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Antivirus Update: Are you paying a higher premium while renewing?
I am referring here health insurance or in common parlance 'mediclaim'. I think that many of us, who have taken such mediclaim policies, are not aware of the 'loading' factor. What it is?
Suppose you took the policy few years back and
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Now, we know that interest rates of small / post-office savings schemes are bound to get revised every year. The new rates (can be higher, lower or same) will remain applicable from 1st April every year. So if you invest in SCSS, PO MIS, NSC or PPF 1st April, 2013 onwards, the new rates
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Heard of antivirus? I can hear a resounding ‘YES’. Yes, we all are aware of antivirus and their usability as we use computers more and more, whether at office or at home. We know, not having an antivirus in our systems can really prove very costly for us. So presence
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'Unsung heroes' is such a commonly used phrase. What about 'unsung heroines'? There are too many of them. Sometimes I think all 'real' heroines are unsung. So let's sing out.
Who can sing a song for us in this occasion? I would like to listen to Joan Baez's "No woman, no cry …". This wonderful song
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Some time back I came across an interesting article carried by a financial daily. The article spoke of how so many people, especially high flying corporate executives, are living a life spread across two cities. Prima facie they would say they have jobs which are exciting enough for them to take to such a lifestyle, but we
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