Even though I own properties in India, I strongly feel that the prices are exorbitantly high and does not balance with the income of the people. Can you guys put in some real proof with data? Even If you think otherwise, bring in data.
The computer was existing in the U.S. the banks there were working there withit, In asia, the banks kept the books on the manual system writing by hand, and the west was laughing at us as to how we have been still lost in the stone age, writing accounts by hand, where as we Indians, too marvelled as to the progress made by America. But what has all these observations proved and who is ahead of which race.
Do banks like State Bank of India, PNB, Dena Bank, U Co Bank, Allahabad Bank etc. fall under the category of a financial institute created under state act/ central act of India? Will anyone please send a list of financial institute created under state act/ central act of India?
I have an ULIP plan in HDFC Pension Plus Plan since 2006. The unit prices started sliding since the fall in stock market. What should i do now? Stay invested or withdraw.
Also, I usually use advantage, but I’m about to run out and my budget is very tight. Are there any home remedies for fleas: something that won’t cost me and that I can use straight from the home.