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By Loknath Das On Thursday, November 23rd, 2017
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It’s a historic century for Kerala’s sanctum of higher education

Even as a revolution raged in faraway Russia in the winter of 1917, the then kingdom of Travancore in the southwestern corner of India was sowing the seeds of a revolution of of another kind — in the field More...

By Loknath Das On Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017
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Use this Isa loophole now for a £1,100 savings boost

Olivia Wilson was one of the first Lifetime Isa investors in the country Savers have just four months to take advantage of a loophole that provides an extra £1,100 boost to Isa savings. People saving for a home More...

By Loknath Das On Friday, November 17th, 2017
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How can I invest with just a little bit of money?

What kind of stocks are the best to start with a little money?–Tomaz The stock market is red hot: The Dow hit a record 23,000 points in October and it’s up 18% so far this year. So you’re not More...

By Loknath Das On Tuesday, October 24th, 2017
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After dim Diwali, real estate firms stare at a dull year ahead

Diwali failed to brighten the real estate industry, which was anticipating sales to rocket in the festive week while the demand outlook continues to remain dim. “Sales did pick up during the festive period but More...

By Loknath Das On Friday, October 20th, 2017
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Dark chocolate is now a health food. Here’s how that happened.

A year after James Cadbury, the 30-something great-great-great-grandson of the British chocolatier John Cadbury, launched his luxury cocoa startup in 2016, he introduced an avocado chocolate bar. Cadbury Jr.’s More...

By Loknath Das On Saturday, September 30th, 2017
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A crisis is building up in India’s real estate sector

The Reserve Bank of India’s decision to push banks to clean their balance sheets by recognising non-performing assets, resolving bad debts of large defaulters and, failing that, taking them to bankruptcy court More...

By Loknath Das On Friday, September 8th, 2017
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Savings rate cut: These banks are still offering 6% interest, here’s a look

The savings account rate is at its lowest in six years, which is directly affecting small savers. Latest entrant in the list of banks reducing rates is Canara Bank. On Friday, the bank cut the interest rate of More...

By admin On Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017
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Becoming a Self-Employed Tradesman in the Current Economic Climate

The US economic climate seems to be healthy according to the GDP growth rate (gross domestic product), with the GDP expected to remain between the 2 to 3% ideal – despite of President Donald Trump’s promise More...

By admin On Monday, July 31st, 2017
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How Spread Betting Can Grow Into a Second Income

Spread betting is a becoming a more popular way to make money, but many people have not even heard of it yet. Whether you are an investor or not, chances are that spread betting isn’t a familiar concept even More...

By Loknath Das On Sunday, July 23rd, 2017
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Inside Battersea Power Station – the ‘Everest of real estate’ and a test case for the UK’s housing conundrum

The mood at the Battersea Power Station Development Company – one of the largest, most complicated, expensive and politically-charged property projects in Europe – should be more celebratory. Last month, after More...