In terms of features, the top trim of the Toyota offers pretty substantial equipment. It gets a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, leatherette upholstery, arm rests for the front two rows, climate control, cruise control, keyless entry/go and a power adjustable driver's seat. The Carnival on the other hand gets additional features like powered passenger doors, powered tailgate, power adjustable and ventilated driver's seat, three-zone climate control, dual-pane sunroof and nappa upholstery. … [Read more...] about Tech Spec comparison: Kia Carnival vs Toyota Innova Crysta
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Early this week, the RBI overhauled the rules for co-operative banks introducing a revised Supervisory Action Framework (SAF) under which an urban co-operative bank (UCB) will come under SAF if the net non-performing assets (NPAs) cross 6 percent of the total loans. … [Read more...] about RBI wants to punish weaker banks that are perennially sick. But how far can it go?
Goodby’s Johnson used to lament the disappearing element of surprise, the impact of that One Big Moment. But she’s come around to today’s reality. “You tease, and pique their curiosity, you share the spot early so they can talk to their friends about it before the game and look forward to seeing it,” she says. “Then you create a second-screen experience to give the idea dimension and draw in a younger audience that may not care that much about the game. Then you follow up with some postgame content to keep the campaign going. It’s actually a lot more fun.” … [Read more...] about Why Super Bowl ad teasers have become as important as the commercials
However, indexation benefit for computing tax liability on sale of shares listed after January 31 will be available, which will come as a relief to investors. In July 2004, the government had abolished LTCG tax on shares and replaced it with the securities transaction tax (STT) - a same-day tax credit system that continues. … [Read more...] about LTCG tax, other Budget proposals to kick in from April 1
Malini Asola, co-convenor of AIDAN thinks the latter when she told Mint, "For years J&J has denied legitimate claims of patients on the basis that an arbitrary timeframe set by the company, of ten years, had lapsed by the time patients approached the company for reimbursement. The newly framed India-specific program has been framed under pressure, to modify an unjust and callous exclusionary rule. Because patients were not informed of the faulty implants, they underwent numerous medical investigations, procedures and treatments at significant financial cost, prior to revision surgery. How will they be reimbursed for these costs?’’ … [Read more...] about Podcast | Digging Deeper: The Johnson & Johnson hip implant saga