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Posted by Equitymaster The Indian equity market is at an all-time - sailing at 30k on the S&P BSE Sensex. "Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful," is the famous quote of legendary investor, Warren Buffett. But is everyone going ... Equitymaster.com, 1 month ago

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Atheists, highly religious people least afraid of death: study

People on two far ends of the spectrum - atheists as well as those who are very religious are least fearful of dying, scientists say.
 DNA2 months ago
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Taiwan sits out forex intervention to duck Trump blast

By Faith Hung TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan’s central bank, fearful of being labelled a currency manipulator by U.S. President Donald Trump, has pulled back on intervention to weaken the Taiwan dollar, making it Asia's second best-performing currency in 2017.
 Sify2 months ago
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'I believed in my abilities': ICSE topper Muskan Pathan

'I was never the topper kinds. In fact, till Class 8, I was not in the top five.' 'I was hoping to stand first in my school, but this was totally unexpected.' ICSE topper Muskan Pathan from Pune reveals to Divya Nair how timely preparation and determination helped her clinch success. 'Work well. Things eventually fall in place!' 'I am not a genius': CBSE topper Visually disabled girl beats odds, scores 96.6% IMAGE: Muskan Pathan scored 99.4 per cent to top the ICSE Class 10 exams this ...
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'Work well. Things eventually fall in place!'

'I think attending a coaching class is not a great idea. The professors there brainwash students to follow different techniques and methods from various books and authors. The student gets confused and ends up stressed.''For CBSE, textbooks are all you need to refer to, to clear the exams.' Tushar Rishi, 19, conquered knee cancer and other odds to score 95 per cent in CBSE Class 12 results. He tells Divya Nair his story. IMAGE: Ranchi topper Tushar Rishi fought knee cancer and then battled ...
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Why talks are not the way out in Kashmir

Talks will ensure the rise of Islamism in Kashmir and the death of the Idea of India, warns Vivek Gumaste. If there is any chance of regaining this rotting region it is a firm no-nonsense policy pursued by this government bolstered by relentless military neutralisation of armed militants like the elimination of Sabzar Bhat, Burhan Wani's successor on May 27. The sliver of doubt that lingered regarding the dubious underpinnings of the Kashmiri insurgency has been unequivocally and categorically ...
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'IT employees are scared to join a trade union'

'They feel if they join a union, it will have a negative impact on their appraisals.' In 2015, when Tata Consultancy Services laid off many employees, trade unions tried to unionise the industry, but failed to do so. With thousands of employees reportedly getting laid off at India's IT majors in recent weeks, the trade unions are once again active. The Telengana labour department gave Cognizant two weeks to reply to the allegation of illegal termination of employees who had lodged complaints ...
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Time ripe for sale

The government has set the ball rolling for privatising Air India with finance minister Arun Jaitley making so far the strongest statement publicly on this and stated the intent very clearly last week. Days after, civil aviation secretary RN Choubey on Monday ...
 The Financial Chronicle11 hours ago
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Draghi says ECB stimulus still needed despite better growth

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Euro zone growth may be improving but inflation remains subdued and still requires substantial stimulus, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said on Monday, tempering expectations for the bank's June 8 policy meeting. With euro ...
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Is the Modi govt merely allowing Army Chief to speak politics or is it prodding him?

General Bipin Rawat is on a roll. Five days after pre-empting Army's court of inquiry into the “human-shield” incident in a media interview, the Army has once again defended the act. And not just that, he has also branded it as ...
 catchnews.com18 hours ago
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