"We have a certain shareholding pattern that we have assured the Commission we will meet. It pertains to Regulation 19 of the Power Market Regulations, 2010, which have to be met before or during the actual operations of the exchange. So, we move forward after a compliant shareholding pattern," Malhotra said. … [Read more...] about PTC India gets CERC approval for country’s third power exchange: Report
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The 41mm Oppo Watch has a 1.6-inch display with a 320*360-pixel resolution, whereas the bigger 46mm variant has a 1.91-inch AMOLED display with a 402*476 resolution. Both the variants feature sleep monitoring and heart-rate monitoring and also come with a variety of sensors like gyroscope, accelerometer, compass, optical heart rate sensor, barometric pressure sensor, ambient light sensor, etc. … [Read more...] about Oppo Watch goes on sale starting August 10 in India: Check price, specifications, discount offers
It is a wakeup call for those who believe in old-style value investing and this caution comes from none other than the Professor of Finance at Stern School of Business at New York University (NYU), Aswath Damodaran, often referred to as the 'Dean of Valuation'. In a recent interview he did say "I think book value has completely lost its meaning. Value investing is not just buying low price to earnings or price to book stocks". It has become much more than that – was a mutual feeling. … [Read more...] about Value investing: Warren Buffett course-corrects his investment style, should you?
"Art is what keeps us alive and sane in difficult times. Writing is one way of reminding us of beauty even in the worst of times. Creativity opens a window to our souls and lets us speak our thoughts in a medium that brings us comfort and joy. We need to encourage creativity in children now more than ever," said publisher Shome Ghosh. … [Read more...] about ‘A Bend in Time’: Coronavirus pandemic through the eyes of children
Cross-border militancy, curfews, terrorism, the forced exodus of the Kashmiri Pandits – the beautiful vales of Kashmir have been marked by continuous conflict and complete breakdown of civilian-state trust in the past few decades. As someone whose family was forced at gunpoint to leave behind their ancestral homes in Srinagar in the early 1990s, author Avanti Sopory could have chosen to dwell on the negative and to paint Kashmir in shades of bitterness in her writing. … [Read more...] about Kashmiri Pandits have received only lip service from political parties, says author Avanti Sopory