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Do’s and Don’ts for an investor in capital market

Do’s To read all documents carefully before signing. To always deal with SEBI registered stock broker or sub broker or authorised person for any...

National Academic Depository (NAD) account for students

The Indian education system is growing by leaps and bounds; so are the numbers of academic awards issued. The whole cycle of issuing these...

What is PAN? How to get PAN?

Permanent Account Number (PAN) Permanent Account Number (PAN) or PAN Card, as it is popularly known, is a ten-digit unique alphanumeric series allotted by Income...

Not just Delhi.. India is choking!!

As the air quality index in the capital city has entered the 'emergency' category again on November Delhi tops the chart of the most...

List of active Indian Military Aircraft – 2019

The following list of active Indian military aircraft is a list of military aircraft currently in service or on order with the Indian Armed...

Understanding Wholesale Price Index (WPI) and Consumer Price Index (CPI)

Inflation refers to the rate of general price increase over a period of one year. In India, this is measured based on two price...

Payment Systems used in India

In any country, central bank stands as a driving force in the development of nationwide payment systems. In India, the central bank i.e, Reserve...

Different Components of Money in India

In general, money consists of coins, paper money and withdrawable bank deposits. Bank deposits are part of money supply because one can write cheques...

What is Question Hour in the Indian Parliament?

The first hour of the day, when the Parliament is in session, is allotted for asking and answering questions. It is known as the...

Brain Drain of India – Some Statistics

Today, I present some of the key statistics that draw attention and bring alarm bells to India. Among Asian countries, India continues its trend...

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The Water by Henry Lawson – Poems Series

Let others make the songs of love For our young struggling nation; But I will sing while ever I live The Songs of Irrigation; For while the white...

The Road That Has No End by Joseph Burrows – Poems Series

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