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Top Construction management Skills for Modern Workforce - Posted on: 12th May 2021

Construction management is a stressful but rewarding career, covering the planning, execution, and coordination of a building project from start to finish. Construction managers must learn the skills to manage a broad scope of responsibilities, including juggling change orders or unexpected delays, all while working to ensure the project is delivered on time and within scope.  The construction manager is responsible for supervising a large team of workers while maintaining an efficient a.. Read more

How To Ensure Personality Development In Children Through Room Décor - Posted on: 11th May 2021

Decor for personality development The time between 7 to 13 years of age is known to hold paramount importance in the intellectual, emotional and mental development of young adults. At a time like this, a well-planned bedroom that acts as their exclusive private space goes a long way in raising their self-esteem, overall morale and in creating a sense of belonging. This is also the period during which their imagination reaches its peak. So, it is imperative to understand the role their private.. Read more

Close to the Nature:Eco Champions - Posted on: 10th May 2021

An increasing number of celebrities and conscientious citizens are undertaking green measures in a bid towards sustainable living. Celebrities from Dia Mirza to Gul Panag and Prakash Raj have gone the extra mile to create green houses that will inspire their fans to do the same. The trend of ecological responsibility is fast catching up among the elite set as several public figures are setting about remodeling their homes to keep the planet healthy. Celebrities from Dia Mirza to Gul Pa.. Read more

Tips to the remote work challenges in the construction industry - Posted on: 9th May 2021

The Coronavirus outbreak spared no industry from suffering and the global financial economy is choking harder due to this. Along with other industries, which are yet to recover from this global crisis, the construction industry is also facing its part. The work nature of the construction industry is all about the physical presence which has now literally come to an end all of a sudden. But still, the industry has a very important role to play in urbanisation and the overall economic growth of na.. Read more

Financial planning involves visualising the future. - Posted on: 8th May 2021

Insurance is important to protect your loved ones from future eventualities, but you still don't buy coverage Financial planning involves visualizing the future. In what ways will the world change in 30 years? How much should you save for retirement? In which city should you buy a house? It’s important to keep seeking answers to these questions. The future’s an unpredictable place. You don’t want an unexpected turn of events to take you by surprise and catch you fin.. Read more

Risk management measures that every Homebuyer should know. - Posted on: 7th May 2021

Homebuyers, purchasing a home is one of the most important financial decisions they make in their lives. When a buyer searches for a house, he looks at various aspects like the location, affordability, price, etc. The new-age individuals have become smart enough to cross-check other safety measures too. These may be the stability of the house, reputation of the developer, quality of the construction material, and better financial deals that can make the house a promising investment prospect.. Read more

What Is The Format Of A Rental Agreement.? - Posted on: 6th May 2021

Rental agreement A rental agreement is a legal document which lays out the pre-discussed terms and conditions under which the rented property is leased out that is to be followed between the landlord and the tenant. In India, 11 month lease period is preferred by most landlords while entering into property rentals.  Here is the format of lease agreement used in India: RENT AGREEMENT This Rent   Agreement is made on this __________ (da.. Read more

Legal Rights of A Landlord - Posted on: 5th May 2021

While we talk a lot about the rights of a tenant and how to safeguard them, there is another side of the transaction, too. A landlord. Under the rental laws in India, there are rights that safeguard the interests of a landlord, too. The Rent Control Act is one important act passed by the Government of India in 1948, post which several states like Delhi, Maharashtra, and Karnataka have undertaken modifications to the same. The act, however, seen as pro-tenant, also, talks about the protec.. Read more

Low-carbon solutions: Plastic-bottle kerbstones and waste-based building blocks - Posted on: 4th May 2021

From plastic-bottle kerbstones to waste-based building blocks, countless companies are now touting greener building materials. Miles Rowland surveys this fast-changing sustainability scene Historic portraits look down from the wood-paneled walls of the lecture hall at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Before them stands a large red and brown block – a section of wall fashioned from a composite of clay and straw derived from hemp. At first glance, it .. Read more

Coronavirus pandemic:The right way to Breathe - Posted on: 3rd May 2021

Breathing in through the nose is an integral part of meditation and delivers virus-fighting gases to the lungs Inhale through your nose and exhale through your mouth. It’s not just something you do in yoga class – breathing this way actually provides a powerful medical benefit that can help the body fight viral infections. The reason is that your nasal cavities produce the molecule nitric oxide, which chemists abbreviate NO, that increases blood flow through the lungs and boost.. Read more

Climate Change Spurs Doubling Of Disasters Since 2000: UN - Posted on: 2nd May 2021

Major disaster events had occurred between 2000 and 2019, claiming 1.23 billion lives, affecting 4.2 billion people and costing the global economy some $2.97 trillion. Geneva, Switzerland:  Climate change is largely to blame for a near doubling of natural disasters in the past 20 years, the United Nations said. The UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction said 7,348 major disaster events had occurred between 2000 and 2019, claiming 1.23 billion lives, affecting 4.2 billion p.. Read more

Green environ decreases mental disorders - Posted on: 1st May 2021

Being surrounded by greenery in childhood may improve the mental health of the future urbanites. There is a close relationship between green space, urban life, and mental disorder. Washington:  A new study now finds that children who grow up with greener surroundings have up to 55 percent less risk of developing various mental disorders later in life. The study by Aarhus University, Denmark, emphasizes the need for designing green and healthy cities for the future. With a .. Read more

Documents To Check To Avoid Property Fraud - Posted on: 30th April 2021

With our lifetime savings, we all plan to buy our dream home. While the cost of the property and the means to fund it are important, it is equally critical that you don't end up becoming the victim of a fraud. Hence, it is essential to know which documents need to be checked when you buy a property. Sale deed This is the core legal document, a proof of sale as well as the transfer of ownership from the seller to you. A sale deed should be registered, apart from ensuring that t.. Read more

Stilt Parking and How Does It Impact A Building’s Safety.? - Posted on: 29th April 2021

In the past decade, rules regulating apartment buildings in India were changed to make provisions for stilt parking spaces. Civic authorities in Delhi, for example, made stilt parking mandatory in all new apartment societies spread between 100 and 1,000 square meters. In its master plan of 2021, the Delhi government also announced its plan to offer additional floor areas ratio to buildings offering stilt parking. As a result of this, several housing societies in the national capital region (NCR).. Read more

From waste to wealth - Posted on: 28th April 2021

Hyderabad couple Amey Marathe and wife Sujata are working to transform food wastes and greenhouse gases into useful fuels and green energy. One of the microbial consortia plants set up by the organisation. According to a World Health Organisation report, 11 out of the 12 most polluted cities in the world are from India. While the Prime Minister has been creating awareness through his Swachh Bharat campaign, a city-based couple is pro-actively doing something for the environment. .. Read more

How To Claim Tax Exemptions On Multiple Home Loans.? - Posted on: 23rd April 2021

There is no restriction on the number of home loans that a homebuyer can take like there is no restriction on the number of homes that one can buy. According to popular notion, one cannot take more than one home loan at a time but it is not so. A homebuyer can also claim the necessary tax benefits on multiple home loans. However, for all the properties taken together, your ability to pay back the loan as well as the earning will determine the amount of home loan that you are eligible for. .. Read more

Know All About Income Tax Benefits Available Under Section 80C - Posted on: 16th April 2021

Have you fully utilised the income tax benefit available under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act.?. If not, it may be a great time to sort out your investments and curb your income tax outgo. Many wealth planners emphasise on the importance of income tax benefits available under Section 80C, often considered one of the most popular avenues to save money among salaried assessees. Every year, from wealth planners to chartered accountants to economists and the common man, all eagerly await any.. Read more

1 Lakh+ Infants Died From Air Pollution In India during 2019: US Study - Posted on: 3rd January 2021

The estimates were produced by the US-based Health Effects Institute and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation's Global Burden of Disease project. New Delhi:  Air pollution killed 476,000 newborns in 2019, with the biggest hotspots in India and Sub-Saharan Africa, according to a new global study that said that nearly two-thirds of the deaths came from noxious fumes from cooking fuels. More than 116,000 Indian infants died from air pollution in the first month of life,.. Read more

Centre Transfers First Instalment Of 6,000 Crore In GST Compensation To States - Posted on: 24th October 2020

The central government had last week agreed to borrow up to ? 1.1 lakh crore on behalf of the states to bridge the shortfall in GST collections. The central government on Friday borrowed and transferred ? 6,000 crores on account of Goods and Services Tax (GST) compensation to states under the special borrowing plan, Finance Ministry said in a press release. The government borrowed the money at an interest rate of 5.19 percent. The tenor of borrowing is expected to be broad.. Read more

Wear A Mask always : PM Modi addressing on Festival Season - Posted on: 21st October 2020

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Until there is a vaccine, PM Modi said, no one can be complacent. "For the first time in years, there is an effort on war footing to save humanity. Our scientists are also working hard on a vaccine." New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Tuesday in the festival season, citizens must not forget that while the lockdown is over, the coronavirus is not. "This is not the time to be careless. This is not the time to think that cor.. Read more

Many Steel Wire Units May Close Due To Raw Material Shortages : Industry Sources - Posted on: 19th October 2020

About 100 units in the organized sector that offer employment to about five lakh workers in the country are already operating below 50 percent of their rated capacity. Kolkata:  Steel wire makers, belonging to the labor-intensive small and medium enterprises (SME) sector, are facing acute raw material shortages that may lead to the closure of several units, a senior industry body official said on Sunday. About 100 units in the organized sector that offer employment to about five la.. Read more

Scientists Develop New Method To Block Coronavirus Replication - Posted on: 18th October 2020

The researchers, including those from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UT Health San Antonio) in the US, developed two molecules that inhibit the molecular "scissor" enzyme used by the coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2-PLpro. Houston:  Scientists have laid out an approach to block a protein that the novel coronavirus uses to cut and disable crucial components of the immune system and to produce copies of itself, an advance that may lead to new drugs .. Read more

World food day 2020: Top 5 mouth-watering street foods in India - Posted on: 17th October 2020

Street food of India World Food Day (16 th October) is a day that reminds us to take a step to ensure that no one sleeps hungry near us. Read our pocket-friendly plan to help the needy people around you. World Food Day 2020: October 16 is celebrated internationally in honor of the date of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in 1945. FAO is a UN organization that leads international efforts to defeat hunger. World Food Day is a.. Read more

Herd Immunity Approaches To Control COVID-19 "A Dangerous Fallacy": Scientists - Posted on: 16th October 2020

Any pandemic management strategy relying upon the population to develop immunity from natural infections for COVID-19 is flawed. London:  Managing COVID-19 by allowing herd immunity to develop in low-risk populations while protecting the most vulnerable is "a dangerous fallacy unsupported by the scientific evidence," warn an international group of 80 researchers in an open letter. The letter, published in The Lancet journal, referred to by its authors as the John Snow Mem.. Read more

Coronavirus Puts Global Fight Against Tuberculosis At Risk: WHO - Posted on: 15th October 2020

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus  The countries hit hard by tuberculosis such as India and South Africa have seen resources usually allocated to diagnosing and treating TB diverted to fighting coronavirus, the WHO said. Geneva:  The novel coronavirus pandemic threatens to reverse progress towards eliminating tuberculosis, until now the top infectious disease killer globally, the World Health Organization warned Wednesday. The countries hit hard by tuberculosis such as I.. Read more

IMF Slashes India Growth Forecast, Predicts Record Slump - Posted on: 14th October 2020

IMF forecasts that India's GDP will plunge 10.3 per cent this fiscal year ending on March 31, 2021, the biggest contraction since independence. India's economy will contract by a huge 10.3 per cent this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday, the biggest slump of any major emerging nation and the worst since independence. Even before the pandemic, Asia's third-largest economy was struggling to gain traction, and the hit to global .. Read more

Market for concrete admixtures is expected to register a CAGR of over 6% during the forecast period (2019-2024). - Posted on: 11th October 2020

The market for concrete admixtures is expected to register a CAGR(Compound annual growth rate ) of over 6% during the forecast period (2019-2024). One of the key factors driving the market includes increasing demand for water usage and construction time. However, the rising prices of raw materials, like PCE (polycarboxylate ether)-based polymers, are likely to hinder the market growth. - Increasing construction activities across the world are also likely to boost the demand for concrete ad.. Read more

World Trade Body To Have Its First Woman Leader Soon - Posted on: 9th October 2020

They saw off competition from Britain's Liam Fox, Kenya's Amina Mohamed and Saudi Arabia's Mohammad al-Tuwaijri in the second round of the battle to become the next director-general of the WTO. Geneva, Switzerland:  The World Trade Organization is set to have its first female leader after Nigeria's Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and South Korea's Yoo Myung-hee made it through Thursday to the final run-off, a WTO spokesman announced. They saw off competition from Britain.. Read more

Prime Minister To Launch Campaign For Covid Appropriate Behaviour - Posted on: 8th October 2020

The campaign will be launched with the aim to encourage people''s participation (Jan Andolan) New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch a ''jan andolan'' campaign for COVID appropriate behaviour on Thursday in view of upcoming festivals, winter season and opening up of the economy. The Prime Minister will launch the campaign by way of a tweet, a release issued by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting said. The campaign will be launched .. Read more

Coal-fired plants Will Replace With Renewables :Power Minister - Posted on: 7th October 2020

India is the world's second largest coal consumer after China, and the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases. New Delhi:  India is planning to replace retiring coal-fired power plants with renewable generating capacity in a bid to cut the nation's carbon footprint, power minister RK Singh said on Tuesday. India is the world's second largest coal consumer after China, and the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases. Coal-fired plants currently account for over half.. Read more

Services Sector Slump Eases In India, But Job Losses Rise - Posted on: 7th October 2020

  The relaxation of lockdown rules in India helped the service sector move towards a recovery in September. Bengaluru:  The plunge in India's services sector activity eased considerably in September after the government lifted some coronavirus restrictions, but demand continued to contract, prompting firms to cut more jobs, a private business survey showed on Tuesday. Signs of stabilisation in services are likely to provide more comfort to policymakers after a sister surve.. Read more

"Atal Tunnel" :The man who made the ambitious project a reality Happens - Posted on: 6th October 2020

KP Purushothaman Chief Engineer, Border Roads Organisation the man who made the ambitious project a reality. He is a man who has not had time to talk even on the phone with his wife and children for years. He has been quite busy for a few years now as he had to sweat it out for the country day and night in a crucial project for India and its people, and especially for the Army.  India now boasts of the highest altitude tunnel in the world,.. Read more

As Cold Weather Approaches, 9 US States See Record Spike In COVID-19 Cases - Posted on: 5th October 2020

Health experts have long warned that colder temperatures driving people inside could promote the spread of the virus. Nine U.S. states have reported record increases in COVID-19 cases over the last seven days, mostly in the upper Midwest and West where chilly weather is forcing more activities indoors. On Saturday alone, four states - Kentucky, Minnesota, Montana and Wisconsin - saw record increases in new cases and nationally nearly 49,000 new infections were reported, the highest for a S.. Read more

Central Government has told the Supreme Court To Waive Compound Interest On Loans Up To 2 Crore - Posted on: 4th October 2020

The interest waiver will apply for loans taken by MSMEs and educational, housing, consumer goods, auto loans and credit card dues. New Delhi:  In a huge reprieve for borrowers, the government has told the Supreme Court that it is ready to waive interest on the repayment of loans of up to ? 2 crore, frozen by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in a six-month moratorium granted because of the coronavirus pandemic. The interest waiver will apply for loans taken by MSMEs (Micro,.. Read more

Atal Tunnel At Rohtang In Himachal Strategically Important Inaugurated by PM Modi - Posted on: 4th October 2020

New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated the strategically important, all-weather Atal Tunnel in Himachal Pradesh that connects Manali to the Lahaul-Spiti valley and reduces travel time to Leh (in the Union Territory of Ladakh) by up to five hours. He was accompanied by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat and Army Chief General MM Naravane, as well as Himachal Chief Minister Jairam Thakur. Describing the mome.. Read more

UP: 5 Policemen Suspended Over Mismanagement Allegations In Hathras Case - Posted on: 3rd October 2020

The investigators have also asked for a narco-analysis, also known as lie-detector tests, of all those involved including the arrested suspects and the family of the victim. Lucknow:  Five policemen, including the Superintendent of Police, have been suspended in Uttar Pradesh's Hathras district amid growing nationwide outrage over the death of a 20-year-old woman who was allegedly raped by a group of men from a so-called "upper caste" community. An initial report by t.. Read more

Second Virus Vaccine Passes Early Trials in Russia - Posted on: 2nd October 2020

Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko told President Vladimir Putin this week that Vektor's vaccine could be approved by the ministry in three weeks. Moscow, Russia:  Early clinical trials of a second Russian coronavirus vaccine have proved successful, its developer said Thursday after Russia boasted of approving the world's first vaccine. Russia's Vektor -- a top-secret state virology research centre in Siberia -- said that early-stage trials were successful for its.. Read more

Unlock5: Cinemas Permitted With 50% Seating, States To Decide On Schools and colleges - Posted on: 1st October 2020

Government also gave a go ahead to cinema halls, multiplexes, and exhibition halls, but their reopening will be tempered with certain restrictions. New Delhi:  Schools and colleges, shut since March as lockdown was announced across the country, will be allowed to re-open from October 15, the Centre said on wednesday while announcing the next phase of lifting of coronavirus-related restrictions. The final call, however, has been left to the states and the institutions involved. On.. Read more

WHO: Actual COVID-19 Death Count "Certainly Higher" Than 1 Million - Posted on: 1st October 2020

The real number is certainly higher. Thousands more are fighting for their lives in hospitals all over the world." Geneva:  Director-General of World Health Organisation (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Wednesday said that the actual number of deaths due to COVID-19 is "certainly higher" than 1 million. Speaking at a high-level UNGA event, Tedros said, "One million people are confirmed to have lost their lives to this new virus. The real number is certainly h.. Read more

Remarks by World Bank President David Malpass at the UN General Assembly on Financing for Development - Posted on: 30th September 2020

Remarks by World Bank Group President David Malpass at the UN General Assembly High-Level Event on Financing for Development on 29th. Prime Ministers, Secretary-General Guterres, Managing Director Georgieva, Excellencies. I’m very pleased to be here today to see you all again in the discussion of development finance.  After months of meetings, I understand that your working groups are finalizing a menu. I’d like to update you on the World Bank’s development finance a.. Read more

COVID19- Lockdown a Force Majeure : Analysis to the Contractors during Lockdown - Posted on: 29th September 2020

COVID19- National wide - Lockdown Force Majeure : An Analysis In light of the COVID 19 situation in India, a lockdown is being enforced by Central and State Governments in most parts of the country and states with a clampdown : on movement of people, transport vehicles both locally and across states, directing closure of educational institutions, commercial establishments, non-essential businesses, industrial and manufacturing units among others with a view to curb and control the spread.. Read more

Apex Court Gives Central Government 1 More Week To Submit Loan Moratorium Plan - Posted on: 29th September 2020

The centre has set up an expert panel, under former Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) Rajiv Mehrishi, to look into the issue New-Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the government one more week to come up with a plan on loan moratorium to ease the financial burden on borrowers during the coronavirus crisis. The top court, which had asked the government to submit its plan on September 28, deferred the hearing till October 5 after the government sought more time. The three-ju.. Read more

Hike The Resale Value Of Your Property - Posted on: 27th September 2020

It is not just the investors whose happiness knows no bound in the knowledge that the world of their investment property is going steadily day by day. Those who buy the house for self-use are equally elated by this same knowledge. Just in case they were to sell it, they would earn much more than they invested. A homeowner in fact would be even more excited to feel on a par with what the world of finance knows as smart investors. This proud property owner could also depend on the fact tha.. Read more

IIT Delhi And ILBS initiated To Solve Challenges In Medical Practice And Health Services - Posted on: 27th September 2020

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi and Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS), Delhi, have signed an agreement to establish a platform to initiate collaborations involving academic, research, product, process and human resource development. New Delhi:  The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi and Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS), Delhi have signed an agreement to establish a platform to initiate collaborations involving academic, research, product, .. Read more

Legendary Singer Padma Bhushan S P Balasubrahmanyam Dies @ 74 - Posted on: 26th September 2020

Chennai:  Legendary singer SP Balasubrahmanyam died in a Chennai hospital after almost 50 days of treatment. He was 74. Mr Balasubrahmanyam had been in hospital since August 5. The funeral will be held on Saturday morning before which a public homage will be allowed. Tributes to S P Balasubrahmanyam poured in on social media soon after Mr Balasubrahmanyam's son S P Charan announced his death. Eulogy posts were shared by two of Mr Balasubrahmanyam's most frequent collabo.. Read more

China increases share in Indian imports despite resistance - Posted on: 25th September 2020

Despite the drop in demand post lockdown and the general resentment towards Chinese products after Ladakh incursion, China increased its share in imports into India. Imports from the dragon country came down only by 29 per cent between April and August this year compared to 48 per cent decline in overall imports. During the lockdown months of April and May and even during the initial months of unlock, imports in general and especially those from China faced several issues. During these months.. Read more

Bill Gates: Work from home culture to continue even after pandemic ends - Posted on: 25th September 2020

Bill Gates, who co-founded Microsoft and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, said he has not travelled for work this whole year. The work from home culture has worked well and many companies will continue with the system even after the coronavirus pandemic ends, billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates said on Wednesday. Various parts of the world have been under strict lockdowns following the COVID-19 outbreak, forcing organisations to let their employees work from home. "It is amazing t.. Read more

Johnson And Johnson Begins Final Trial for Covid Vaccine.? - Posted on: 24th September 2020

The company expects results of the Phase III trial by year end or early next year, Dr. Paul Stoffels, J&J's chief scientific officer Chicago:  Johnson & Johnson on Wednesday kicked off a final 60,000-person trial of a single-shot COVID-19 vaccine that potentially would simplify distribution of millions of doses compared with leading rivals using two doses. The company expects results of the Phase III trial by year end or early next year, Dr. Paul Stoffels, J&J's.. Read more

Why Some Parties Oppose The New Farm Laws: Highlights - Posted on: 23rd September 2020

New Delhi: Amid scenes of chaos and uproar, the Rajya Sabha passed two of a set of three controversial bills related to India's agriculture sector. The bills, which replace ordinances issued in June, were passed amid fierce protests by farmers' groups - particularly in the grain bowl states of Haryana and Punjab. The Narendra Modi government has said the farm bills, as they have come to be known, empower small and marginal farmers by allowing them access to markets and prices of their.. Read more

Artificial Intelligence (AI) fueled technology for India’s construction industry? - Posted on: 22nd September 2020

The technology evolution across various industries, it has often been a cause of concern that the global Construction industry, which is amongst the largest industries in the world and estimated to be around $10 trillion, has consistently lagged behind other industries in deriving the two most important benefits from technology: higher productivity and lower costs. An analysis of labor productivity trends in the US showed that productivity has actually declined for construction in the last 50 ye.. Read more

WHO Endorses Protocol For Coronavirus Herbal Medicine Trials - Posted on: 21st September 2020

WHO experts and colleagues from two other organisations "endorsed a protocol for phase III clinical trials of herbal medicine for Covid-19 Brazzaville, Congo:  The World Health Organization endorsed Saturday a protocol for testing African herbal medicines as potential treatments for the coronavirus and other epidemics. Covid-19 has raised the issue of using traditional medicines to battle contemporary diseases, and the endorsement clearly encouraged testing with criteria simil.. Read more

Importance Of Non-Encumbrance Certificate - Posted on: 20th September 2020

Have you asked the seller about the encumbrance certificate for the property you plan to buy? When you invest in real estate, it is important to ascertain that the property you plan to buy does not have any pending monetary dues. To ensure this and have a clear property title, you must obtain a non-encumbrance certificate from the office of the Sub-Registrar of your city. Why you should have non-encumbrance certificate The bank will ask the buyer for a non-encumbra.. Read more

Insolvency Proceedings Against Corporate Debtors Can Go Together: Finance Ministers - Posted on: 20th September 2020

New Delhi:  Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Saturday that law provides for carrying out insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings against corporate debtors as well personal guarantors together. She was responding issues raised on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Second Amendment) Bill, 2020 in a debate in the Rajya Sabha, which passed the proposed legislation to replace an ordinance in this regard with a voice vote. "The corporate debtor often has guarantors. So for co.. Read more

Economy Heading For Double-Digit Decline As Virus Spikes - Posted on: 19th September 2020

Asian Development Bank have recently cut India's growth projections from already historic lows as the virus continues to spread. India's economic recovery prospects have gone from bad to worse after the nation emerged as a new global hotspot for the coronavirus pandemic with more than 5 million infections. Economists and global institutions like the Asian Development Bank have recently cut India's growth projections from already historic lows as the virus continues to spread. G.. Read more

"Alarming Rates Of Transmission is a wake-up call for all of Virus In Europe": WHO - Posted on: 18th September 2020

The health body also said it would not change its guidance calling for a 14-day quarantine period for anyone exposed to the novel coronavirus. Copenhagen, Denmark:  The World Health Organization warned Thursday of "alarming rates of transmission" of Covid-19 across Europe and cautioned countries against shortening quarantine periods. The WHO's regional director for Europe Hans Kluge said the number of coronavirus cases seen in September "should serve as a wake-up.. Read more

Demand Surges Jindal Steel To Produce 19% More Steel This Year - Posted on: 18th September 2020

Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL), one of the country's top steel makers, expects to produce a record 7.5 million tonnes of the alloy this fiscal year, betting on buoyant overseas and domestic demand, a top company official said on Thursday. JSPL aims to produce 19 per cent more steel in the year to March 2021, as it expects an eight-fold increase in its export orders, Vidya Rattan Sharma, managing director of JSPL told Reuters in an interview. The company is likely to export 2.5 milli.. Read more

Tatas Will Build New Parliament Building For ? 861.9 Crore - Posted on: 17th September 2020

The Tatas beat Larsen and Toubro, who had submitted a bid of ? 865 crore. New Delhi:  The new parliament building will be constructed by Tata Projects Limited at a cost of ? 861.90 crore, officials said today. The Tatas beat Larsen and Toubro, who had submitted a bid of ? 865 crore. The Central Public Works Department opened the financial bids for the construction of a new parliament building today. The project is likely to be completed in a year.. Read more

China Laying Cables To Boost Communications At Ladakh Flashpoint - Posted on: 15th September 2020

They have been laying optical fibre cables on the southern bank at breakneck speed Leh:  Two Indian officials said Chinese troops were laying a network of optical fibre cables south of Pangong Lake in Ladakh, suggesting they were digging in for the long haul despite high-level talks aimed at resolving a standoff there. Such cables, which would provide forward troops with secure lines of communication to bases in the rear, have recently been spotted to the south of Pangong Tso lake .. Read more

Let us all Celebrate the Birthday of Bharat Ratna Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya - Posted on: 15th September 2020

Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya KCIE FASc, more commonly known as Sir MV, was an Indian civil engineer and statesman and the 19th Diwan of Mysore, serving from 1912 to 1919. He received India's highest honour, the Bharat Ratna, in 1955. The Birthday of Sir Mokshagundam (15 th September) is celebrated as Engineer'sday in India. EARLY LIFE: Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya was born on 15 September 1861 into a Telugu Brahmin family. His father, Mokshagundam Srinivasa Sastry, was a sc.. Read more

Images Of Coronavirus Infecting Respiratory Cells Published by New England Journal of Medicine - Posted on: 14th September 2020

Showed the structure and density of SARS-CoV-2 Using a higher power magnification The images were re-colorised, and show infected hairy ciliated cells with strands of mucus attached to cilia tips. Washington:  Scientists have produced images of the novel coronavirus infecting lab-grown respiratory tract cells, findings that illustrate the number of virus particles that are produced and released per cell inside the lungs. The researchers, including Camille Ehre from the Univ.. Read more

Chinese Virologist says she has evidence to prove that Coronavirus was made in Wuhan lab - Posted on: 14th September 2020

Chinese Virologist Li Meng-Yan In a shocking revelation, a Chinese virologist, Li-Meng Yan, who had earlier claimed that China and WHO knew about the Wuhan coronavirus long before they made it public, has now stated that Coronavirus is lab-manufactured virus and she has proof to back it up. Yan, who had fled Hong Kong fearing retribution from Chinese authorities for making claims that expose China’s coverup of the coronavirus crisis, recently said that she would soon publish evi.. Read more

2020 worldwide resembles 1918 despite science advance - Posted on: 13th September 2020

Treatment of Spanish flu-1918 Washington: Despite a century’s progress in science, 2020 is looking a lot like 1918.In the years between two lethal pandemics, one the misnamed Spanish flu, the other COVID-19, the world learned about viruses, cured various diseases, made effective vaccines, developed instant communications and created elaborate public-health networks. Yet here we are again, face-masked to the max. And still unable to crush an insidious yet avoidable infectious dise.. Read more

Till Medicine Is Found,social distancing is the most effective weapon against the virus: PM Modi - Posted on: 13th September 2020

Prime Minister Narendra Modi India has been reporting close to one lakh coronavirus cases daily for the last few days New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi has cautioned the masses against being careless amid the coronavirus pandemic. He - while addressing a gathering in Madhya Pradesh via video conferencing on Saturday - shared a slogan to highlight the significance of social distancing and masks in the fight against the illness until a cure or vaccine is developed. "Ja.. Read more

Long-Range Wireless Power Transmission Test in New Zealand - Posted on: 12th September 2020

A famous image of inventor Nikola Tesla shows him casually sitting on a chair, legs crossed, taking notes—oblivious to the profusion of artificial lightning rending the air meters away. By then, Tesla and raw electricity were like an old married couple. The experiments, conducted in Colorado, led to one of Tesla’s most audacious proposals: To power the world without wires. He made headlines with plans for a “world wireless system,” and won funding from JP Mor.. Read more

Deficit Monetisation : Covid-19 Likely To Force Government To Borrow More - Posted on: 11th September 2020

The officials have already discussed the possibility of monetising the debt, whereby the central bank prints money to bridge the fiscal deficit. Revenue shortfalls in India, the major economy hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, are likely to force the government to borrow more, but it will only consider monetising its deficit as a last resort, sources familiar with discussions told Reuters. Borrowing plans for the second half of the financial year, ending on March 31, will be reviewed.. Read more

Sensex, Nifty Decline For Second Straight Day Dragged By Banks - Posted on: 10th September 2020

On the other hand, media, metal and pharma shares witnessing buying interest. The S&P BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty 50 indexes fell for second session in a row on Wednesday dragged down by selling pressure in banking, financial services and information technology shares. The benchmarks had opened lower in trade today mirroring losses in other global markets where in the Sensex fell as much as 430 points from its previous close of 38,365.35, and the broader Nifty 50 benchmark briefly dropped be.. Read more

Central Cabinet approves amendments to 3 Labour codes - Posted on: 10th September 2020

The codes – to be moved in the forthcoming monsoon session of Parliament – will allow states to introduce significant changes to their labour laws framework, such as rules for retrenchment, through notifications. New Delhi: The Union cabinet on Tuesday approved amendments to the labour codes on social security, industrial relations, and occupational safety and health (OSH), which could include pension and medical benefits to gig workers, government officials said. The codes.. Read more

Cement makers claim comes under the BIS Lens - Posted on: 8th September 2020

The overall cement production capacity in the country was nearly 545 million tonnes in the financial year 2020. Cement manufacturers may soon have to change the way they market or differentiate their products. The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), a central body responsible for the standardization, marking and quality certification of goods, has directed cement manufacturers to refrain from making claims that are not backed by the relevant Indian standards. The cement department comes under.. Read more

KV Kamath Panel Identifies 26 Sectors For Debt Resolution affected due to COVID-19 - Posted on: 8th September 2020

Under the proposed guidelines, lenders can also consider their own financial parameters to decide on resolution plans for their customers. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said on Monday that it had broadly accepted recommendations made by a committee on loans restructuring for COVID-19-affected businesses. The RBI-appointed panel, under eminent banker KV Kamath, recommended five financial ratios for 26 sectors - including aviation, construction, power, real estate and automobiles - which coul.. Read more

Bengaluru Hospital Reports First Case Of Covid Reinfection In City - Posted on: 7th September 2020

Patient with reinfection had "not developed immunity", says Infectious Diseases Consultant of Fortis Hospital after testing for presence of coronavirus-fighting cells. Bengaluru:  Bengaluru has reported its first case of coronavirus reinfection - a 27-year-old woman who had first tested positive in July and was discharged upon full recovery from a mild form of the disease. Tests conducted on the patient, who did not have any co-morbidities, show she did not develop any immun.. Read more

Loan Moratorium Can Be Extended For 2 Years: Centre To Supreme Court - Posted on: 2nd September 2020

The central government on Tuesday informed Supreme Court that loan moratorium period can be extended by two years as per the RBI's circular. The government on Tuesday informed the Supreme Court that the loan moratorium period can be extended by two years as per a Reserve Bank of India circular. That came a day after a moratorium - or temporary relief - on loan repayments allowed to lenders due to the coronavirus pandemic ended. The central bank had allowed banks and other financial i.. Read more

"Worst Is Behind, Recovery Clearly On," Chief Economic Adviser to Government - Posted on: 2nd September 2020

Chief Economic Adviser to Government Krishnamurthy Subramanian Official data on Monday showed the country's gross domestic product (GDP) contracted a record 23.9 per cent in the quarter ended June 30. The coronavirus pandemic has caused an exogenous shock to India, but "the worst is behind us" and economic recovery "is clearly on", Chief Economic Adviser Krishnamurthy Subramanian told to media on Tuesday. His remarks, in an exclusive interview to NDTV.. Read more

Former President Bharat Ratna Pranab Mukherjee Passed away At 84 - Posted on: 1st September 2020

Former President Pranab Mukherjee has passed away, announced his son Abhijit Mukherjee New Delhi:  Pranab Mukherjee, the elder statesman of Indian politics, has passed away at 84 on monday evening. The former President of India, who had tested positive for coronavirus, had been in coma after a brain surgery earlier this month. "With a Heavy Heart , this is to inform you that my father Shri Pranab Mukherjee has just passed away inspite of the best efforts of Doctors of RR .. Read more

GDP Contracts For First Time In Over Four Decades - Posted on: 1st September 2020

The data comes as the government is strategically removing restrictions imposed in March to curb COVID-19 infections, which have caused a big blow to an already-slowing economy. India's gross domestic product or GDP contracted 23.9 per cent in the April-June period  much worse than economists' estimates, official data showed on monday, as the coronavirus pandemic brought key industries to a halt and rendered millions of people jobless. That marked the worst incidence of negative .. Read more

One Nation One Health Card everyone Need To Know - Posted on: 31st August 2020

'One Nation One Health Card' will digitize the health records of all Indians, making patient data accessible and inclusive in one card. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his 74th Independence Day speech, announced the launch of National Digital Health Mission (NDHM). The 'One Nation One Health Card' will digitize the health records of all Indians, making patient data accessible and inclusive in one card. The 'One Nation One Health Card' will be voluntary, with the ch.. Read more

Unlock4: Metros Can Resume, No Lockdowns Outside Containment Zones - Posted on: 30th August 2020

Schools, colleges, swimming pools and indoor theatres will remain closed. New Delhi:  Metro train services can resume in a phased manner from September 7 and lockdowns can't be imposed outside containment zones, the central government said on Saturday as it announced new steps to ease COVID-19 restrictions as part of the fourth phase of unlocking. Social, political, academic, sports, religious and other functions will be allowed with a limit of 100 people as part of the new rul.. Read more

Assessment To Gauge Extent Of Economic Disruption Under Lockdowns - Posted on: 29th August 2020

Forecasts for GDP in the quarter through June range from a contraction of 15 per cent to a decline of 25.9 per cent, with a median estimate of -19.2 per cent. The coronavirus pandemic has made the job of predicting India's economic growth already a fraught process in normal times even harder. Economists are bracing for possible big swings in the quarterly gross domestic product data scheduled for release on August 31 and significant revisions going forward. The statistics off.. Read more

"Atal Tunnel", the Highest Tunnel of world will be opened by September end - Posted on: 28th August 2020

India to get most important strategic tunnel " Atal " between Manali & Leh by the end of September The 8.8-km strategic Rohtang Tunnel, being built at 3,000 metre above sea level between Himachal Pradesh’s Manali and Leh in Ladakh, will be opened by September-end. The Rs 3,200-crore tunnel will shorten the 474-km distance between Manali and Leh by 46km, which means the eight-hour journey will be cut by two-and-a-half hours. The tunnel is also called "Atal Tunnel&qu.. Read more

Coronavirus in the bathroom of an unoccupied apartment in China,Suggests Spread through drain pipes - Posted on: 28th August 2020

The discovery of coronavirus in the bathroom of an unoccupied apartment in Guangzhou, China, suggests the airborne pathogen may have wafted upwards through drain pipes, an echo of a large SARS outbreak in Hong Kong 17 years ago. Traces of SARS-CoV-2 were detected in February on the sink, faucet and shower handle of a long-vacant apartment, researchers at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention said in a study published this month in Environment International. The contaminated ba.. Read more

Whole Country is in Locked Down, Now Give Relief: Top Court To Centre - Posted on: 27th August 2020

Supreme Court was hearing petitions that wanted waiver of interest on loan repayment during moratorium period, announced due to the coronavirus lockdown. The Supreme Court on Wednesday sought the government's stand on waiving interest on loan repayments during the moratorium and said it "cannot hide" behind the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Reacting sharply to the centre's comment that the move would hit businesses and banks, the Supreme Court said: "This happened b.. Read more