One can hold various investments like mutual funds, bonds, equity shares, and exchange-traded funds under one Demat account. Moreover, it is not essential that you should possess shares or balance to retain or open the Demat account. Also, there is the corporate advantage of bonus issues, rights share, stock split, etc. directly getting updated in the account. A Demat account retains certificates of financial instruments such as shares, stocks, bonds, index and gold, government securities, mutual funds, initial public offerings (IPOs), Exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and non-convertible debentures (NCDs) which are traded on the exchanges. Unlike physical trading, there are no additional costs of stamp duty, handling charges, etc. involved when you are trading with a Demat account. … [Read more...] about Demat account opening: How to open demat account in India
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For the slide-out mechanism, it seems like the smartphone has a break in the chassis (right above the punch hole), where the extra screen can be pulled out. It is being speculated that one portion of the flexible screen bends or wraps behind the other to achieve the slide-out mechanism. The render images do not show any sign of a crease. … [Read more...] about Render images of TCL’s hybrid smartphone with slide-out display surface online
USA Today: “The movie doesn’t use actual dogs and relies completely on photorealistic depictions, so while not risking putting real animals in potential danger, there’s potential for everything to look a little fake.” Hollywood Reporter: “The results are visually disorienting . . . Buck never quite looks real. And you keep expecting him and the rest of the animals to burst into song.” IndieWire: “Unfortunately, Buck’s eyes tell a different story. There’s a haunting, hyperreal quality to Buck’s expressive features, a queasy tension between accuracy and embellishment that . . . simply doesn’t add up, and only grows more unstable as Buck’s story takes flight.” The Guardian: “The director here is Chris Sanders, who moves (partly) away from animation into the world of live action mixed with CGI animals from the uncanny valley.” The movie is Disney’s first release under the 20th Century Fox … [Read more...] about Guess who actually likes the CGI dog in ‘The Call of the Wild’?