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Market regulator Sebi wants the PMS offered by brokerage houses and wealth management firms to be more transparent and investor-friendly. The PMS can be availed of on investments as low as Rs 5 lakh.
50 per cent lower air fares are being offered by LCCs on international routes compared with fullservice carriers.
In health insurance, most of the disputes between the insurer and insured arise at the time of settling claims.
The rupee seems to be turbocharged, gaining almost 6 per cent against the dollar in the past year, from Rs 47 in April 2009 to Rs 44.4 currently.
The Euro crisis and unabated inflation (9.59 per cent in April) have made investors rush to buy the safety that gold provides.
A look at the recent rulings that can affect you.
The Finance Bill has proposed some amendments in Budget 2010-11 to provide marginal tax concessions to some sectors.
Airlines are flying high as customers have given them a thumbs up.
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- Relief for common man! Petrol prices have decreased over Rs 7 since last month
- SBI to block internet banking of customers if they don't do this by November 30
- Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries to expand Jamnagar complex; to brace against entry of Saudi, Russian players
- Fire in Karol Bagh factory kills 4
- Instagram's data download tool publicly exposes passwords of some users
- Facebook claims it removed over 1.5 billion fake accounts; plans to crack down on clickbait content
- Paytm emerges as top finance app in Canada thanks to cashback schemes
- Xiaomi is the leader of the pack in India with market share of 27.3% in Q3
- Not just strangers, people from own social circle can bully online, finds survey