Top 10 Travel Blogs of India

As your experts in tailor-made travel to India, the Enchanting Travels team provides you with the top 10 travel blogs of India. Searching far and wide across the web, we reviewed dozens of blogs, considering the writing quality, originality of content and how the travel bloggers really captured the essence of India. We’ve been following some of these inspiring bloggers for years, and can vouch that they live and breathe travel in India. They are so good, that some of them have deservedly won top awards in the travel media industry! Top 10…

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All You Wanted To Know About the Taxation of Life Insurance Policies

It’s a great idea to secure your family’s future by buying a life insurance policy. However, it pays to know the tax implications as life insurance is a long-term commitment. After all, you don’t want taxes to erode your policy returns, do you? This article will share the tax treatment of different types of life insurance policies at various stages. It will help you make an informed decision on the type of policy you want to purchase. Also, it will help you adequately meet your tax compliances. So, let’s begin……

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Best Financial Blogs in India of All Time for Better Finance and Money Management in 2021

Being good at finances is all about education. Whether you’re new to staying on top of your finances or need some fresh inspiration to grow your wealth, you can turn to finance and investment blogs to educate you on all things on finance. However, there are so many facets to finance that one person, or one blog doesn’t cover them all. Therefore, we’ve put together a list of top 10 finance blogs in India that covers various aspects of finance and provides you with updated information, tips, and ideas to…

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Which Books Belong in a School Library? All of Them, of Course

While the debate is not new to the world of librarianship, the controversy about which books should be allowed to grace the shelves of a school library has become a common topic of conversation on news channels, talk shows and school board meetings. At its heart, the dialogue digs into which books school librarians should make available to their students. Parents argue on both sides: those who want the library to only hold materials they deem appropriate, and those who understand that the appropriateness of those materials lies in the…

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Special Issue – “Possibilities and complexities of decolonising higher education: critical perspectives on praxis”

We are very pleased at the publication of this double-length special issue in Teaching in Higher Education. In the original call for papers, we claimed that, despite high levels of interest in the ‘decolonial turn’, little has been written in higher education journals on how and to what extent the supremacy of Western modernity is actually being challenged in knowledge production in different disciplines, curricula, pedagogic, cultural and linguistic practices on the ground in university policy and practice.  We were proved wrong, for we were overwhelmed by well over a hundred responses to our call –…

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Goodyear introduces TripleMax 2 range of mid-size car tyres in India

While its existing Assurance TripleMax range is known for offering a balanced mix of ride comfort and low road noise, the company has upgraded the series by introducing the TripleMax 2. Goodyear’s new line gets a boosted compound formulation of Carbon-Silicon to aid braking, and downsized rubber blocks on the tyre’s contact surface to further cut down road noise The company claims tested road noise inside the cabin to stand at 62.4dB while driving at a constant speed and at 60.1dB during coasting, both of which claim to be lower…

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Our Top Travel Articles of 2019

Last year, you just couldn’t get enough of Europe! From looking for off-the-radar destinations to knowing what to wear, there was no end to Europe inspiring your adventures in 2019. Now that we’re well into a new year and decade (and possibly already thinking about our future travels) 2019’s top travel articles will certainly come in handy! 1. The capsule travel wardrobe you all needed The perfect wardrobe for travelling in Europe is practical, stylish and comfortable. With baggage rules and weight allowances always in flux, we showed you how to build a…

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See a Magical Indian Tiger Safari Through the Eyes of Beloved Children’s Author Jan Brett

For her latest book, the writer and illustrator immersed herself in the extraordinary sights of Madhya Pradesh — central India’s tiger territory. Jan Brett creates worlds where magic happens — where honey badgers talk, hedgehogs explore space, and trolls steal your Christmas decorations. The author, who has sold more than 40 million books, has been a family favorite for decades. What fans might not know is that the Berkshires-based Brett takes extensive research trips to build her elaborate, enchanting realms, from Norway, Botswana, and Japan to Arctic Alaska (for an upcoming book…

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Do CEO Duality and Ownership Concentration Impact Dividend Policy in Emerging Markets? The Moderating Effect of Crises Period

Abstract Despite developments of recent theoretical and numerous empirical studies on the policies effectively adopted by companies, the dividend distribution policy (DDP) remains largely unexplained. In this regard, the main purpose of the current study is to empirically examine the effects of both CEO duality and ownership concentration on DDP during a crisis period. Furthermore, we test, using an interaction variable, the moderating effect of the crisis period on the association between both the degree of CEO duality and the ownership concentration on the DDP by analyzing panel data on…

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Google loses appeal of $2.8 billion fine in E.U. antitrust case.

In a major ruling that bolsters the European Union’s efforts to clamp down on the world’s largest technology companies, Google lost an appeal on Wednesday to overturn a landmark antitrust ruling by European regulators against the internet giant. The decision by the Luxembourg-based General Court related to a 2017 decision by the European Commission, the bloc’s executive branch, to fine Google 2.4 billion euros (about $2.8 billion) for giving preferential treatment to its own price-comparison shopping service over rival services. The penalty was the first of three issued by Margrethe Vestager, the European Commission’s top…

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