The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is holding a daylong meeting with 70 columnists from across India on February 18 in an effort to clear misconceptions about the organisation, sources said. RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, who last year met representatives of international media organisations posted in India, is expected to deliver a keynote address that will be followed by a free-flowing conversation, they said. … [Read more...] about RSS holds closed door meeting with 70 columnists from across India
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In contrast, the number of Indians getting study permits in 2019 was 30.3 percent more than the 2018 figure of 1.07 lakh. In 2017, just 82,990 permits were granted to Indian students, which reflected a 68.3 percent increase in over two years, showed the data. … [Read more...] about Over 1 lakh Canadian study permits issued to Indians in 2019
“There is no precedent of low-cost carriers operating international flights on dual-aisle aircraft and have not been successful even if they have. This is primarily because fundamentals for low-cost carriers do not work on a dual-aisle aircraft,” an IndiGo official told the paper. … [Read more...] about IndiGo scraps launch of dual-aisle flights to Europe: Report
It was in 1996 that Indian markets switched over to Demat accounts. Before that stocks and shares used to be exchanged via physical receipts called certificates, which involves lengthy paperwork and takes up a lot of time. Demat accounts -- which allows the investor to hold securities in an electronic form -- let the investor buy and sell as well as transact not only shares and stocks but other products conveniently without the need of any sort of paperwork. A Demat (shortened form of dematerialised) account holds all the investments an individual makes -- be it in shares, exchange-traded funds, bonds and mutual funds, etc. -- in one place. If one wants to invest in stock markets it is the primary and utmost requirement that he open a Demat account. It makes the entire process of share trading easy, secure and speedy. … [Read more...] about Demat account opening: How to open demat account in India
Many double-income couples increase their home affordability using 40-45 per cent of their combined income. That is, if both husband and wife make Rs 1 lakh each a month, then the upper cap on the EMI would be 40 per cent of Rs 2 lakh, i.e., Rs 80,000. And this automatically increases the home loan amount accordingly. … [Read more...] about Home loan: How much can you afford?