As I sit down to pen down my thoughts in reply, I make a mental note of absolute certainties. Extremities in investing need to be toned down. A diversified portfolio is a must and cannot be avoided. Both, capital appreciation and dividends are desired, probably in a more measured manner that matches the risk profile and prevailing economic scenario. If an octogenarian and widely successful value investor like Warren Buffett can course-correct his investment style to match the evolving economic situation and opportunities, we surely can do too. Value investing is not dead; it is just blending into a new environment, and investors are yet to realize it. … [Read more...] about Value investing: Warren Buffett course-corrects his investment style, should you?
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— ANI (@ANI) August 9, 2020The Home Minister, who had earlier tested positive for COVID-19, is currently seeking treatment at Medanta Hospital in Gurugram. He had broken the news on the microblogging platform on August 2 himself and requested all those who had come in his contact to get COVID-19 tests done.कोरोना के शुरूआती लक्षण दिखने पर मैंने टेस्ट करवाया और रिपोर्ट पॉजिटिव आई है। मेरी तबीयत ठीक है परन्तु डॉक्टर्स की … [Read more...] about Manoj Tiwari deletes tweet claiming Amit Shah is COVID-19 negative after MHA clarification
With Tina Turner singing, ‘I can’t stand the rain!’, you idly search for the word ‘Rain’ on Netflix. I am still hoping Amazon Prime Video will fix their search bot someday. And, an interesting mix shows up - from the Danish series simply called Rain (the predictability will set off a thousand yawns) to documentaries on drought. Once you are down a search rabbithole, you do sometimes stumble upon gems, and I did too. Keeping the theme of Pray For Rain, i.e. going back home, this film, too, is a lesson about what you will find when you go back. The Spanish film is called The Invisible Guardian. … [Read more...] about Best Netflix movies, shows to beat the monsoon blues this August
I think it is important that the youngsters of the country and Indians in general should know that there is more to Kashmir than meets the eye. The many years of unpleasant narrative about Kashmir have shadowed its real and more romantic culture under a garb of hatred and fear. … [Read more...] about Kashmiri Pandits have received only lip service from political parties, says author Avanti Sopory
One of most fascinating details about her film is its backdrop of 19th century Bengal. “I felt that Bengal of that period had a certain mythical quality and had an aesthetic appeal that would add to the fable-like quality of the film,” explains Anvita, adding, “All of India is rich in myths and folklore. There is, in fact, a treasure trove of material just waiting for someone like me to play with. This time I chose Bengal.” … [Read more...] about ‘I wanted to tell a fantastical tale about real pain’: ‘Bulbbul’ director Anvita Dutt