Category: Sociology

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Gold

Smart Way to Buy or Invest in Gold

Gold acts as a diversifier and a vehicle to mitigate losses in times of market stress. It can serve as a hedge against inflation and currency risk. But how much Gold and in what form should on invest for maximum benefit?

Recovery

Let’s talk about ‘recovery’ in mental health

This weekly series, much like the writer behind it, is dedicated to the idea of ‘recovery’ . It brings together an experience of engagement with the field for nearly three decades, of which the last decade (2010-2020) is spent exclusively on the idea of researching about ‘recovery’ or whether it is viable for a vast majority of people.

Asset Allocation

All About Asset Allocation

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. We are sure you would have heard this saying multiple times. This is also one of the basic philosophies of personal finance. What it means is...

Budget

Budget 2021- Impact on personal Finance

The right financial planning is when we look into new laws / changes happening and create or design our personal finance space otherwise we can miss the opportunities and stuck with the impact comes with the changes .

Dr. (Miss) Yougindra Khushalani

Essays on the Concept: “RIGHT TO LIVE” / Homage to Yougindra Khushalani

life is not simply the antithesis of death, but rather a period of time during which every human being should be able to develop fully in dignity and in enjoyment of the respect of others. This was the profound conviction, imbued with humanity and solidarity with the most vulnerable among us, that inspired Yougindra Khushalani, an eminent Indian lawyer and Vice President of the Association of International Consultants on Human Rights (CID)

UN Resolutions on Kashmir are Null & Void / Krishan Tyagi

Under the Article 370 of the Indian constitution, in 1954 another amendment in the Constitution was made, called Article 35A, through an Executive Order (called Presidential order), meaning without the approval of Indian Parliament. Article 35A permitted the legislative assembly of Jammu & Kashmir to define permanent residents of the region. The Article forbid non-J&K citizens of India from permanently settling, buying immoveable property, holding local government jobs, or winning educational scholarships in the state.