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Bhagyashree Soni is a software engineer with soft writing skills. She is a degree holder from the International School of Entrepreneurial Leadership. She has been a state-level badminton champion and chess player. A woman with a forthright attitude enjoys her writing passion as her chosen career. Writing in the context of feminism, social-cause and entreprenurship is her forte.

Fares may increase on festivalsMumbai. Due to the ever increasing diesel and increasing toll charges, there has been a huge increase in the truck freight rates. Truck fares have increased by 10 to 15% for all routes including the busiest route Mumbai-Delhi. While diesel has become costlier by 10% in the last 4 months, toll charges have also increased by 15 to 20%. Due to this, the transporters are getting double hit and they are forced to increase the fares. The increase in freight charges is directly affecting the essential commodities. Due to which inflation is increasing in them. Diesel’s…

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Health insurance boomIn conversation with Sanjay Dutta, Underwriting Chief, ICICI Lombard General Insurance non In the life insurance market, till a few years ago, most motor insurance policies were sold, but due to the costly treatment and increasing awareness due to the huge bills of private hospitals, now health insurance (Health). Insurance) ie mediclaim policies have started selling the most. Due to the COVID epidemic, awareness about life and health insurance has increased rapidly. ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company is a leading company in the non-insurance sector, which is growing more than the industry on the strength of its innovative…

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Increasing demand for guaranteed products in insuranceInterest rates are not expected to rise soonVery little impact on economy in second waveIndian Bharti Axa Life Insurance, a joint insurance venture between the Group and France’s Axa Group, has successfully completed 15 years of its operations in the life insurance industry. In the last 15 years, the company has expanded its footprint across the country. In relation to the latest trends in the life insurance sector, the possibility of a hike in interest rates and the record rally in the stock market, the Chief Investment Officer of Bharti Aksa Life Rahul Bhuskate…

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New Delhi: A day after telecom service provider Airtel’s chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal announced a capital raising of Rs 21,000 crore through a rights issue, on Monday, he strongly advocated tariff hike and tax cuts to protect the telecom industry. While 35 per cent of the industry revenue goes to the government in taxes and duties, the telecom sector is saddled with an extraordinary debt burden of AGR (adjusted gross revenue) dues and spectrum payments. Mittal also said that Airtel’s Rs 21,000-crore fund-raising plan will allow the company to “go away from the normal course of business” by accelerating investments…

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Awareness among people due to COVIDSigns of recovery in motor insuranceCOVID While many sectors were affected due to the pandemic, the growth of many also accelerated. The general insurance sector is one such sector, in which the growth of the motor insurance segment was affected, but the growth of the health insurance segment accelerated. Due to costly treatment, awareness came among the people and now people are getting motivated to take Mediclaim policy and increase the coverage of their existing policy. In this regard, the Managing Director and CEO of leading insurance company Kotak Mahindra General Insurance Company Ltd. Suresh…

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Mumbai: The bullish trend in the stock markets continued on Monday as well. The BSE Sensex closed at a record high by jumping 765 points while the NSE Nifty reached above 16,900. All-round buying amid a firm global trend led the market to gain momentum. According to traders, the rise in rupee against the US dollar also gave strength to the market. The BSE Sensex, based on thirty shares, had reached 56,958.27 points at one time during trading. In the end, it closed at a new record level of 56,889.76 with a gain of 765.04 points or 1.36 percent. Similarly,…

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New Delhi: The general public is upset due to the rising fuel price in the country. Inflation continues to skyrocket due to the increased oil price. In view of the increasing problems of the people, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is soon going to take a big decision to give relief to the people. Due to which the price of petrol will be cut by about Rs. Know what is this decision The Modi government has reduced the deadline for increasing the percentage of petrol ethanol from 8.5 to 20 percent from 2030 to 2025. Due to which the price of…

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Damani-Jhunjhunwala also attractedMumbai. The Indian stock market has been witnessing a strong boom for the last 17 months, facing the big blow of the Chinese virus COVID epidemic. This boom is widespread and most sectors are participating. While some have more speed. Among them, cement is a sector in which not only foreign and domestic institutional investors but also big market investors like Radhakishan Damani, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Dolly Khanna are taking interest and Increasing your investment. The main reason for this is the rapid growth of the cement industry and the increasing business and profits of the companies day by…

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File Pic New Delhi. Now there is a great news for those traveling by train. By the way, till now you had to spend hours online to book train tickets or had to wait a long time for refund (IRCTC iPay Refund) on cancellation of ticket. But it won’t happen now. Actually, IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation) has now made its own payment gateway better named IRCTC-iPay. Its great features will now help you very well in your ticket booking to refund. read also IRCTC-iPay will have great service By the way, the service of IRCTC-iPay (IRCTC iPay…

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Strong opposition to the implementation of HUIDMumbai. The central government has made hallmarking mandatory for providing pure gold jewelery to customers in the country, but the acute shortage of hallmarking centers and its complex rules has created resentment among the gold jewelery traders. Jewelery organizations have decided to go on a one-day symbolic strike on Monday, August 23, to protest against the arbitrarily mandatory implementation of hallmarking process in the country by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). The entire gem jewelery industry has come together to oppose the complex rules of hallmarking. All the organizations of the industry have…

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