Archive | March, 2009

Chemistry Practical Notes Class XIIth

These are CBSE Practical experiments which includes aim, apparatus required, theory, procedure, observation table format, calculations. Calculations and few elements are left blank as they are to be filled up by students once they finish their practicals…

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ICICI Direct: Weekly Equity Pulse

The previous week was a brilliant one for the market, when both of the key indices crossed the important psychological levels – the BSE Sensex crossed the 10,000 mark, whereas, the CNX Nifty surpassed the 3,000 mark once again after the January 7, 2009 collapse

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Recruitment in United Bank of India

Recruitment/Vacancies in United Bank of India (UBI) for Probationary Officers, Company Secretary, Economist, Statistician, Forex/Treasury, Chartered Accountant /CWA/CFA, Law Officer, Risk Management, Personnel / HR and Official Language

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Tax on capital gain or loss Part 2

Understanding short term capital gain or short term loss. rules are complicated. But if you use them to your advantage, you can significantly cut your tax bill. You do that by selling some of your losers to offset gains. Simple enough, right Well, it gets tricky when you have both short-term and long-term gains and […]

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School of Petroleum Technology Admission Notification

Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU), a research led teaching university, is established by Act of Gujarat State Legislature. The school of petroleum Technology under PDPU offers B. Tech, M. Tech, Ph. D programmes in petroleum engineering

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PowerYourTrade: Multibagger – Reliance Communications

Reliance Communications has recorded cumulative 8.3 million wireless users in the first two months of its pan-India GSM foray. We forecast its GSM subscriber base at 36 million by FY10, accounting for 35.1% of the total base of just over 100 million

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