Online cashback fraud is a growing problem for consumers, businesses, and governments around the world. As technology continues to evolve, so do the strategies used by malicious actors to commit cybercrime. From identity theft to phishing scams to data breaches, it's important to be aware of the risks associated with online activity and how you can protect yourself from becoming a victim of online fraud.
Customers are delaying buying luxury cars because they want to keep investing through systematic investment plans, according to Santosh Iyer, who will take over as the CEO and MD of Mercedes-Benz India in January, in an interview with The Times of India. SIPs are a common approach to investing in mutual funds (MFs), particularly equity MFs. Iyer wants to make the point that instead of purchasing pricey cars, people prefer to keep investing in MFs through SIPs. The SIPs are “our rivals”, according to Iyer.
Moving to another country changes almost every aspect of life. There are many financial matters that must be addressed when an NRI plans to leave the country. Issues about bank accounts, interest, taxation, shares, and power of attorney must be dealt with. This article is about the things NRIs need to consider before moving.
The Indian diaspora in the UK comprises approximately 1.5 million people. This group has contributed largely across many fields. Real estate, trading, medicine, financial services, information technology, academia, sports, industry, politics, science, business, literature, and the arts have been noticeably influenced by the work of the Indian diaspora in the UK. Grant Thornton published a report in 2020 entitled “India in the UK: The diaspora effect.” This report was in collaboration with the High Commission of India in the UK and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI). The report attempts to quantify the economic impact of the Indian diaspora in the UK. In this article, we cover the main areas of contribution outlined by the report.
The news of Rishi Sunak becoming Britain’s first Asian Prime Minister is making headlines in every corner of the world. After former Prime Minister Liz Truss stepped down, Sunak has brought his confidence, eloquence, and persuasiveness full throttle to the position. This article is about some interesting facts about Rishi Sunak.
The Indian Embassy has issued a second advisory this week for Indians to leave Ukraine “by all available means.” The situation is becoming increasingly more dangerous in Ukraine due to the war. There are thousands of Indian students here. Many are refusing to return to India primarily because their degrees are not recognized in India. This article is about the Indian Embassy’s second advisory this week for Indians to leave Ukraine due to dangerous circumstances caused by the Russia-Ukraine war.
Ever since his appointment as the new UK Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak has become the talk of the town or the world precisely, for many good and controversial reasons, such as his Indian connection, his colour and religion, and his meteoric rise to 10 Downing Street. Rishi Sunak is the first British PM of colour and also first Hindu, but it is his wealth that is grabbing more eyeballs than anything else. Sunak possesses an exorbitant fortune; he and his wife Akshata Murthy are sitting on a combined wealth of roughly £730 million ($825 million), which is around twice the estimated £300m - £350m wealth of King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort.
Only the Indian stock markets offer Diwali Muhurat Trading, and brokers used to create fresh settlement accounts for each of their clients on the day of Diwali during the Muhurat trading session. The financial market adheres to the same custom, with investors buying shares of reputable firms on Diwali to hold for future gains. Laxmi puja is also performed on this day. Muhurat trading conveys two distinct messages to us: concentrate on quality and invest with long-term objectives.
Gold has been considered lucky in Indian culture for centuries. It plays a significant role in crucial family gatherings like weddings and festivals. The auspicious holiday Dhanteras is observed the day before Diwali to promote prosperity and fortune. On the Hindu calendar, "teras" denotes the thirteenth day of a lunar fortnight and "dhan" signifies riches. For this reason, on this day, within a certain time window, people all throughout the nation buy gold and silver in great amounts as a symbol of good luck. Wishes for abundant money for each person and their loved ones stream in as they worship Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, good fortune, power, beauty, and success. This article, however, is about why buying gold jewelry isn’t a good investment option this Diwali.