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Article on September 07, 2017

SEBI Calls For Investor-friendly Reforms For Mutual Funds

The mutual fund industry generally showcases its performance against a benchmark, such as the BSE 500 or the NIFTY. However, while the performance of the mutual fund scheme is a function of dividend as well as the capital gains made on investments, the returns on the benchmarks do not take dividend income into account

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NEET Discriminates Against Poor, Should Be Abolished: Sharad

Referring to a 19-year-old girl committing suicide in Tamil Nadu for failing to get admitted into a medical college due to her poor NEET score, the veteran JD(U) leader described the common eligibility test as "grossly faulty and discriminatory on many counts".

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'Implement Rs 4,000 Per Acre Scheme Through Administration'

The Telangana government had recently announced a scheme under which Rs 4,000 per acre as input subsidy would be provided to farmers

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OYO Raises $250 Million In Financing

Hero Enterprise joins as a new investor along with existing investors – Softbank, Sequoia India, Lightspeed and Greenoaks Capital

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THE SOCIAL CIRCUIT : FB Now Lets You Watch Shows

Facebook has now launched a ‘Watch’ tab on the site. The ‘Watch’ tab is a new platform for shows allowing users to access video content made exclusively by the social media giant’s partners.

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Vistara To Fly Abroad In Early 2018

At present, only full service Air India and Jet Airways have medium and long haul international operations

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India Is Set For A Fintech Revolution

Stodgy banks, hunched over by capital and dud-loan concerns, their eyes off book-growth; a swathe of the populace (over 40 per cent) beyond the pale of formal finance; the gaggle of impatient millennials and the live-in of finance and technology have given rise to goblins

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Jottings: EC’S NEW HELMSMAN?

A study by the Quality Council of India (QCI) for the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG) says complaints against cow slaughter, poor facilities for animals and tax benefits for slaughter houses made up 20 per cent of the grievances received by the Union ministry of environment.

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A Startup Mindset Pushes Boundaries in Large Organizations

Intrapreneurs are the boundary-pushing, out- of-the-box innovators in large organizations. These big thinkers flourish and fully flex their creative muscles when specific conditions are met within their organizations

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Indian Retail Sector Is Projected To Touch Us$ 700 Billion By 2020: FICCI-Deloitte Report

Food Processing Minister calls for Govt-industry synergy to eliminate food wastage

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