Published by yourcollegebars on May 2, 2017

Landmark projects

The complex has a cafeteria, doc­tor on 24  hour call and other recre­ational facilities to suit the needs of elderly residents. Many of the residents have grown-up children who have set­tled overseas. “When they come here they bring i-Pads with them and teach us how to use them. This enables us to reach them whenever…

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Published by yourcollegebars on May 2, 2017

A sound Paranjape Schemes is a golden goose whose time has come

  O Once a sleepy city, better known for its retiree popula­tion, Pune has now found its mojo in IT. That said, apart from the city’s growing significance as an IT hub, Chakan’s growth as an automo­bile hub in the neighbourhood, and the growth of food-processing indus­tries in the surrounding areas has also bolstered the…

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Published by yourcollegebars on May 2, 2017

High-speed competition

Fourth generation (4G/LTE) net­work, also known as wireless broadband, has finally been launched in India. While Reliance Jio has been hogging the limelight for the launch of its 4G services with a complete ecosystem around it, Bharti Airtel, which had launched 4G in Bengaluru and Kolkata in 2012, also surprised everyone with the launch of…

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Published by yourcollegebars on May 2, 2017

Protecting growers’ interests

  The government is trying to take care of the interests of cotton farm­ers through MSP operations. MSPs are decided after taking into account production costs and reasonable profits that farmers should get and announced at the beginning of the cotton season. If prices in any part of the country go below the declared MSP,…

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