Repco Bank business crosses ₹15,000 crore

Repco Bank business crosses ₹15,000 crore

Repco Bank, a cooperative bank under the administrative control of the Ministry of Home Affairs, today announced that its business has crossed ₹15,000 crore in FY19, with total deposits of ₹8,669 crore and advances of ₹6,337 crore. Established in 1969 with the prime objective of rehabilitating repatriates from Sri Lanka, Burma and Vietnam, the bank has a unique reputation of catering to the repatriate community. With presence in 108 centres and 10-lakh customers, this cooperative sector bank has a strong financial net worth of around ₹800 crore. In the past five years, it has…

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Career Smack Downs: 10 Tips To Discover Your ‘Tremor Of Truth’ And Persevere And Thrive

Career Smack Downs: 10 Tips To Discover Your ‘Tremor Of Truth’ And Persevere And Thrive

Your ‘Tremor Of Truth’ Will Give You The Resilience To Overcome Career Obstacles PHOTO BY TIM GOUW ON UNSPLASH At this writing, I can bench press 185 pounds. It wasn’t easy to get here. I put everything into it. My personal trainer kept saying, “Let me see your tremor of truth.” Raising an eyebrow at her, I grunted and trembled and sweated before reaching the goal, but I got there. She explained later that the phrase “tremor of truth” is used in physical fitness circles when we push ourselves to…

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Jindal Global University Launches Report On Higher Education In India

Jindal Global University Launches Report On Higher Education In India

Jindal Global University launches report on higher education in India The Jindal Global University (JGU) has launched a report on improving higher education quality in India, a statement from the university said on Wednesday. In the report “Diversity and Inclusion: Towards Building a Diverse, Equitable and Global University”, the JGU high lighted its progress on 16 indicators including national origin, state origin, gender parity, age, religion and caste, education and professional background, disability, academic offerings and interdisciplinary, pedagogy, research and disciplinary diversity. The other indicators are international collaborations and partnerships,…

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5 Secret Keys for a Successful Fulltime Writing & Speaking Career

5 Secret Keys for a Successful Fulltime Writing & Speaking Career

Dreams are good but they don’t pay bills. This bubble needs to be busted before you think of taking writing or speaking as a fulltime profession. In order to earn your life and lifestyle, you’ve got work in the direction where you are not just living your dreams but also living your dream lifestyle. Sounds really fancy (and inspiring maybe) but it’s not that easy. In this post, you will discover 5 secret keys for a full-time writing and speaking career. Use these keys and you never know, you might…

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Holi 2019 home decor: 5 ways to spruce up your living space this Holi

Holi 2019 home decor: 5 ways to spruce up your living space this Holi

Image source: Pexels.com Decorating your house for Holi can sound a bit weird since the festival is mostly about playing colours and creating a mess. While most people indulge in playing with gulal, there are also many who stay away from the colours and mark this festival by simply hanging out with their loved ones, enjoying thandai and conducting holi parties that are equally colourful without the gulal. Mark Holi 2019 with striking home decoration items that add colours to your decor and reinstate the theme of celebration and welcoming…

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Aamir Khan on remaking Forrest Gump, career regrets and spending time with his kids

Aamir Khan on remaking Forrest Gump, career regrets and spending time with his kids

Aamir Khan with wife Kiran Rao on his birthday on March 14 in Mumbai.The Telegraph picture It’s become a tradition of sorts for Aamir Khan to spend the first half of his birthday with the media — cutting multiple cakes, posing for pictures and chatting with a handful of journalists. And his 54th birthday celebration in Mumbai last Thursday was no different. Aamir spent the morning at a football game with his youngest son Azad before interacting with the media. Aamir, who was last seen in the disastrous Thugs of Hindostan last year, took…

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Get paid to travel this summer, but there’s one unique catch

Get paid to travel this summer, but there’s one unique catch

One travel company is offering six people the adventure of a lifetime; to travel across a continent on an all-expenses-paid trip worth £8000 (€9316) this summer. The days will be spent having unique new experiences and capturing content. There’s only one catch; Instagram’s audience gets to dictate their next move. The experiment will see Instagram users casting votes on what the travellers should do next. Image by d3sign Launched by travel company Busabout, The Great Travel Experiment will see successful candidates capturing videos and images while travelling. Every day holiday decisions will…

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Home decor ideas: 5 items to make your home more stylish and inviting

Home decor ideas: 5 items to make your home more stylish and inviting

Image source: Pexels.com Designing and setting the decor of a home is a process that involves intuitive decision making backed by personal preferences. Still, regardless of the personal tastes, there are certain decor pieces that can set a room apart and can be tweaked to suit every individual’s taste. An area rug, a statement-making mirror and plants are few of the items that have the power to transform a simple, utilitarian room to a modern and stylish space. Here are 5 stylish pieces and decor ideas to incorporate them into…

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Is Career And Technical Education Good News Or Bad?

Is Career And Technical Education Good News Or Bad?

There are still many job opportunities for this guy.GETTY In the last two decades of education reform, a great deal of emphasis has been put on sending high school graduates to college. President Obama in his 2009 State of the Union address proclaimed that by 2020 America would “once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world” (though he hedged that a bit by later saying simply that everyone would need some kind of post high school education.) We’ve repeatedly used college enrollment and completion as a measure of…

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No, Americans will not need a visa to travel to Europe

No, Americans will not need a visa to travel to Europe

Although not quite as powerful as some European passports, an American passport is pretty convenient to travel on. US citizens can enter a large number of countries visa-free, which makes crossing borders both easier and cheaper. But news circulating yesterday (March 8) warned Americans the good times might be about to end, as US citizens would need a visa to visit the 26 European countries that compose the Schengen Area, starting in 2021. They currently can travel through them for 90 days with just their passport. But though major new outlets…

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