Now is the time to consider Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS) - an investment with a lock-in period of three years that can also help you to create wealth! By investing in the growth potential of equities, ELSS helps you save up to Rs. 46,800* under Section 80C^ of the Income Tax Act while also giving your money the opportunity to grow and build wealth over the long term! … [Read more...] about When it comes to saving tax, don’t be Mr. Late Lateef
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The ongoing screening mechanism for non-communicable diseases such as blood pressure and diabetes in four districts would be extended to other districts. The Nayanamrutham scheme to screen diabetic retinopathy patients, right now being implemented in Thiruvananthapuram district, would be extended to other places. … [Read more...] about State planning scheme to dispose of expired drugs
"I'm a carpenter. I've crawled over it, under it, through it, I've worked on it. I've worked in it, and despite the old world charm it's a bit of a dump. … [Read more...] about Community rallies to save the heritage-listed Mount Buffalo Chalet
By V SrinivasanBanker and a market expert The biggest conundrum we face today is what is on the front pages of the pink press everyday. One headline says that the stock indices are scaling new highs while the immediate adjacent one talks of one economic indicator after another taking a nosedive. How does one reconcile the two? Market experts conveniently take the stance that ‘quality wins’ and they pump up a handful of stocks to dizzy heights. These stocks have reached such high valuations today that such experts are worried about that the ‘quality’ trade continuing to work and now the consensus trade for 2020 is ‘time to hop on the mid and smallcap bandwagon.’ People have also jumped to the conclusion that the financialisation of savings is here to stay and with Indian households going underweight on equities, there would be a perpetual flow of money into equity schemes of mutual funds and insurance companies would provide perpetual buying support … [Read more...] about Who moved market’s cheese?
Regardless, the Government still won't admit the then-sports minister did anything wrong in the way she dished out grants to marginal seats. Morrison trotted out the same talking points used since this scandal first broke nearly two weeks ago. "All projects were eligible", "girls getting changed behind the sheds" and so on. … [Read more...] about Scott Morrison knows where his political weaknesses lie — but he won’t give any ground