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For most Indians, the wealth that is created during their lifetime, or inherited from previous generations, is only meant to be passed on to their heirs after death.
Money Today Executive Editor Sarbajeet K Sen talks about the all too important need to build a retirement corpus for leading a secure life.
The Indian economy's relentless thrust to move up the global pecking order is throwing up new and exciting career opportunities.
Anybody who had invested in Tata Consultancy Services in November 2007 would have more than tripled his money in the past three years. But few investors did.
It has been described as the most important unsolved problem in computer science - the P vs NP riddle. Now, a researcher of Indian origin claims to have solved it.
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