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The plight of domestic workers

Draft National Policy on Domestic Workers

I am in a half mind about writing this article. I am not sure whether there are many takers for my views expressed here. ‘I don’t know what this housemaid does’ ‘She just takes the salary and never does any work’ ‘She takes leave as and when she wants’ ‘She ...

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Have you heard of a mosquito factory? If not, read this.

mosquito factory

I agree, we human beings have different views and diverse opinions about everything in the world. But we have a common view about one thing, i.e., mosquitoes – We hate them! Mosquitoes cause irritation and illness. Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya etc. are a nightmare to all of us. It is reported ...

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Kathmandu Diary by CA Pavan

Swayambhunath is a Buddhist Stupa located to the west of Kathmandu

One of our panelist CA Pavan partner of Balakrishna Consulting LLP a startup consulting firm,  had been to Kathmandu a few months back (before the earthquake) and here this a journal of his travel. Hope you like this. Day 0 – 3rd April 2015 I landed on the 3rd of April ...

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The adulterated man in growing India

The adulterated man in growing India

India’s GDP advanced 7.5 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2015, up from a downwardly revised growth of 6.6 percent in the previous period supported by a strong expansion in manufacturing and services sectors. This is about ‘growing India.’ Now the other part of the caption – ‘The adulterated ...

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CA IPCC May 2015 exam result and pass percentage

CA IPCC May 2015 exam result and pass percentage

Here are official updates of IPCC Pass Percentage  of May 2015 examination. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has announced that the result of the Chartered Accountants Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Examination (CA IPCC) held in May, 2015  is likely to be declared on Friday, the 31st July, ...

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Rare terminologies digest for the month of May 2015

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This is an attempt to compile rare terminologies used in public domain during the previous month. Hope this initiative is interesting to you all.   Mallikarjun Kharge (leader of opposition, Lok Sabha) said his party will participate in the debate on Land Bill, but “have sent a resolution and we ...

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Not so breaking news

Breaking News - Cabinet clears GST Bill, will be operational from April 2016

All news channels have a common feature – 24X7 BREAKING NEWS. What is breaking news? Is it news that has just come in? Is it out an event that is currently happening? If you go by common sense, breaking news is about an event or situation which is unexpected and ...

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