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Top 10 Highest Paid Female Executives in India for FY 2011-12

Top 10 Highest Paid Female Executives in India Below is the list of Top 10 Highest Paid Female Executives in India for FY 2011-12. These pay packages include salary, perquisites, profit- linked incentives or commissions and other benefits. Rupa Gurunath Annual Compensation: Rs. 3.9 Crores Company: India Cements Designation: Whole Time Director Arathi Krishna Annual Compensation: Rs. 4 Crores Company: Sundram Fasteners Designation: Joint Mananging Director Chanda Kochhar Annual […] Continue reading →

Dry Day in Delhi in August 2012

Dry Days in Delhi in August 2012 As an advertisement published by Department of Excise, Entertainment and Luxury, Govt. of  Delhi, August 2012 has 3 dry days: Janamashtami – August 10, 2012 (Friday) Independence Day – August 15, 2012 (Wednesday) Id Ul Fitr – August 20, 2012 (Monday) For people who are not aware about Dry Days – Its illegal to buy […] Continue reading →

The fall of Rupee to Dollar!

The Fall of Rupee In last few weeks rupee has touched new lows against dollar. This has worried our political class, the stock markets and RBI. Unfortunately all the effort to control its fall is in vein. Looking at this trend I researched a bit on the how the relation of rupee has been with US dollars since our […] Continue reading →

Create a tagline for Delhi and win Rs. 50000

Here is an opportunity to unleash the creative side of you and win Rs. 50,000. You need to create tagline of 3 – 4 words for Delhi which captures its rich History, Culture, Diversity & Modernity. The tagline should inspires travelers to visit the city. This is an initiative by Delhi Tourism to publicize its tourism […] Continue reading →

What a Rupee can Buy?

what a rupee can buy Talk to anyone and you would find them inadvertently talking about “Inflation” and how the power of rupee is depreciating rapidly. How the household budget is going for a toss with ever increasing prices. Economic times came out with a nice info graphic showing What a rupee can buy now and what it used to buy […] Continue reading →