PANAJI: Axis Bank opened a branch at Rajdeep Galleria, near municipal garden, Ponda at the hands of Mr S M Dandekar, senior vice president and regional retail head, rest of Maharashtra and Goa, Axis Bank.Read More »
PANAJI: The Panaji branch of the NKGSB bank was inaugurated by His Holiness Shivanand Saraswati Swamiji of Shree Saunathan Gaudpadacharya Kavle Math at a function recently.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Hyundai Motor India Ltd on Wednesday launched a new i20 car with two additional variants - Era and Sportz - priced in the range of Rs 4.51-5.31 lakh.Read More »
By Tensing Rodrigues
Can you give me some information on commodities trading? Abdul Ghafoor. Commodities offer an opportunity to diversify your portfolio beyond shares, bonds and real estate. Retail investors, however, should understand the returns and risks of trading in commodity futures before taking a leap.
MUMBAI: A new study has revealed that the overall incidence of fraud is rising in both private and public organisations in India, with financial services and consumer markets industries being the two high risk segments.Read More »
NEW DELHI: India on Tuesday invited the US to participate in its $600 billion infrastructure development programme over the next five years, as the two countries launched financial and economic partnership to scale up bilateral ties.Read More »
MUMBAI: India needs to rely on costlier imported Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to meet its requirement as the increase in demand for gas has surpassed the ramp up in gas production in the country with industries going for new production capacities anticipating availability of gas, a report released here on Tuesday said.Read More »
MUMBAI: Persistent Systems, which listed on the bourses today, said that it plans to use the proceeds of its IPO to set up development facilities in Pune and Nagpur.Read More »
MUMBAI:Days ahead of the annual monetary policy, trade bodies on Tuesday urged the Reserve Bank not to hike its key-rates as they fear a further tightening could push lending rates up and thus hamper growth.Read More »
By Tensing Rodrigues
I had bought an ULIP policy some four years back from a private insurance company. When I bought it, I was told that if I die, my son who is the nominee will get Rs 4,80,000; also that the company will pay the premium that I am paying; and after 10 years the nominee will be paid a lump-sum.