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  • Canada will reopen all PR programs under Express Entry from July 605 Jul, 2022 12:58 PM ISTThis comes as a time when the country is already struggling to cope with massive processing delays. According to data shared with ET, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) had an immigration backlog of almost 2.4 million people, as of June 6, 2022.
  • Re may face more heat as repayments worth $267 bn of $621 bn external debt come up06 Jul, 2022 04:20 AM ISTMore than 40%, or $267 billion worth of external debt of the total $621 billion, is due for repayment in the next nine months, the Reserve Bank of India data showed. This repayment is equivalent to about 44% of the India’s foreign exchange reserves.
  • Buying flat on outskirts of metro city is like buying smallcap stock: Nithin Kamath06 Jul, 2022 02:14 PM IST“Buying where prices haven’t already appreciated (in tiers 2 & 3, outskirts of a metro) can mean good ROI (return on investment). But this is like buying a smallcap stock, hoping it becomes largecap; only a few do. It is a high-risk strategy and hence capital allocation should be lower,”
  • Income Tax Department raids Dolo-650 manufacturer Micro Lab office in Bengaluru06 Jul, 2022 03:02 PM ISTSources in the I-T department said that the simultaneous raids were conducted in 40 locations by 200 officers across the country, including New Delhi, Sikkim, Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Goa. The residences of Micro Labs CMD Dileep Surana, Director Anand Surana were also being raided, sources said.
  • How to claim both HRA and home loan tax benefit together06 Jul, 2022 10:01 AM ISTSalaried people have very limited tax saving options and if they can get tax deductions on account of HRA and home loan repayment together then it results in significant tax saving.



5 reasons why following passion is bad for you

Following one’s passion does not necessarily lead to fulfillment, but is one of the most powerful cultural forces perpetuating overwork. Promoting the pursuit of one’s passion helps perpetuate social inequalities due to the fact that not everyone has the same economic resources to allow them to pursue their passion with ease.


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  • Spotify expands beyond audio content, launches video feature for podcasts

  • OnePlus Nord launched with 6 cameras at Rs 24,999, to be available on August 4

  • Unaware Indians’ privacy at risk, lockdown gives rise to online spying & stalking apps

  • OnePlus Nord to get a Google twist with pre-installed Duo, Messages, Phone apps

  • Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 review: Features, audio experience make them worth the money

  • HP 14s er0003TU review: Suitable for office-goers and students

  • iOS 14 review: Takes privacy to a new high, has something for everyone

  • Gmail introduces new work tools, will let corporate customers edit documents, files without leaving the email service

  • Users wake up to #WhatsAppDown trend on Twitter, netizens have a field day

  • Amazfit Bip S Lite will come to India on July 29, Verge Lite relaunched at Rs 4,999

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite review: Slim tablet with the interesting S-Pen

  • Acer Aspire 7 review: Lets you work hard, game harder

  • Sony WF-XB700 review: Water-resistant earbuds with excellent battery backup

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