September 21, 2020

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is still the King, Queen and court jester of online search. Sure,  and are trying to carve out their own slice of the search pie, but as of July 2019, Google dominated over 90 percent of all search queries. When someone does a for a product or service, they are demonstrating intent and motivation. The beauty of searches based on intent is that this traffic can be free. Paid keyword advertising works, but it isn’t the only way to get clicks and customers. Ever notice how some businesses and entrepreneurs are always just below the paid ads on , while others don’t ever show up? Those that get displayed do four things to their profile better than everyone else.

Before we get into the four specific tasks,

First things first, what is a restructuring scheme?

It is a process used by companies and individuals facing financial distress or on the brink of insolvency to lower and renegotiate their debts and restore liquidity so that companies can continue their business, while individuals get on with their lives. Basically, are restrutured to avoid the risk of default on existing debt.

The debt restructuring process involves a reduction of the interest rates on or an extension of its repayment tenure, or both. These steps improve a company’s chances of paying back the dues. Well, it is a win-win for both parties because the business avoids bankruptcy, and the bankers typically receive more than they would have, had the company been forced into liquidation.

Now, on August 6, in view of the Covid-19 pandemic and the resultant stress in the system, the

Net new enrolments with retirement fund body rose to 8.45 lakh in July from 4.82 lakh in June 2020, according to its latest payroll data, providing a perspective on in the formal sector amid the COVID-19 crisis.

Provisional released by the last month had shown that net new enrolments stood at 6.55 lakh in June this year. The figure has now been revised down to 4,82,352.

The net enrolments with the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) had dropped to 5.72 lakh in March 2020 from 10.21 lakh in February, according to the released in May.

Latest data released on Sunday showed that net new enrolments in April were in the negative zone at (-) 61,807 against the figure of 20,164 released in August. This means that the number of members who exited

Soybean at the benchmark Indore market is trading at Rs 3,969 per quintal; Wheat is trading at Rs 1,800 per quintal in Delhi…