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Apr 24, 2018
A look at legendary maps from The Himalayan Club, a group documenting mountaineering since the 1920sThe Himalayan Club's maps document the topography of mountains from Karakoram to Arunachal Pradesh | #FirstCulture
Feb 14, 2018
LTCG tax will not impact National Pension Scheme, says pension fund regulatorThe proposal of long-term capital gains tax will not have much impact on the National Pension Scheme (NPS), Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) chairman Hemant Contractor has said
Oct 24, 2017
India vs New Zealand: Virat Kohli's aggression has become India's strength, says Sachin Tendulkar"His (Kohli's) attitude hasn't changed since he got into the team. I noticed that spark in him which many guys were not fond of and there were many who were criticising him for that," Tendulkar said.
Oct 12, 2017
Whether guilty of colluding with Russian spy agencies or found innocent, Kaspersky Lab's future seems bleakKaspersky Lab claims that it shares no “inappropriate ties to any govt, including Russia” and that the it is caught in “the middle of a geopolitical fight.”
Oct 06, 2017
Russian spies reportedly break into US government contractor's home PC; obtain critical NSA exploit codesThis confidential code reportedly contained a number of NSA tools and exploits, ones that could be used to penetrate foreign computer networks and even protect against certain cyber attacks.
Sep 11, 2017
National Pension Scheme upper age limit raised to 65, says regulatorNPS is the lowest-cost pension product in the world today.
Aug 16, 2017
Assam floods Part I: Corruption, fund crunch, lack of political will won't stop the rampage of riversThe intention of the Narendra Modi government has come under a cloud as there are many flood and erosion control schemes proposed by the Assam water resources department lying with the Centre for lack of approval for years.
Aug 10, 2017
Railway contractors say high GST rates adversely affecting business, threaten to go on strike on 20 AugustClaiming that a high GST rate on old contracts adversely affecting those in the business, a body of railway contractors threatened to go on a strike
Jul 20, 2017
Pakistan treats US as a 'limitless ATM', sends welfare aide to military's kitty : Raymond DavisPakistan treats America like a "limitless ATM" and most of the US aid to the country goes to the military's kitty, Richard Davis said.
May 16, 2017
Every fifth Indian will be aged 60 years or above by 2050, says reportA PFRDA-CRISIL report said it is important that the development of the under-penetrated pension market in India be initiated now, when the situation is ripe