October 16, 2020

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When it comes to marketing a small business, the days when you could rely solely on things like foot traffic and word of mouth are long gone. Today, if you want your small business to succeed, you have to help people to find your brand online, which means you have to engage in online marketing.

The only problem, of course, is that online marketing really is an entire field of expertise unto itself. And chances are, if you’re running a small business, you’re a little too busy to go back to school and get another degree.

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Insurers need to expand the ambit of to include outpatient care as part of the system to get Young India into buying It is time for insurers to move on to primary and secondary care, and preventive care as they have been focused on tertiary care and hospitalisation for long, said Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India Chairman Subhash Chandra Khuntia.

More often than not, kicks in when the patient is hospitalised. Outpatient department (OPD) treatment refers to diagnosis done on the advice of a medical practitioner or doctor, by simply visiting their clinic or even a consultation room at a multispecialty hospital. Many private insurers do, in fact, provide coverage for outpatient care. But the premiums are very high.

Speaking at the Confederation of Indian Industries’ health insurance summit, Khuntia urged insurers

The company said the ‘NY Post’ article violated its rules on doxxing and hacked materials.

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The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote next week on whether to subpoena Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey after the company blocked a New York Post story on Joe Biden. Twitter said the article violated its rules on doxxing and hacked materials, as it contained images with “personal and private information — like email addresses and phone numbers.” Facebook also limited the spread of the report.

The Association of in India (Amfi), an industry body, said on Thursday that it has not sent any proposal to the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) for launching a new benchmark index or placing a cap on any stock.

It added that the industry would continue adhering to Sebi’s guidance regarding capping of a single stock.

Referring to a report in a section of the media about Amfi/asset management companies (AMCs) proposing to the launch of a new benchmark index, the industry body in a statement clarified that it had not written to said that whenever any mutual fund (MF) launches a scheme, the fund house chooses an appropriate benchmark index that reflects the composition of the scheme’s portfolio.

It also said that there were, undoubtedly, challenges in performance measurement given that