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Here’s how: To get more books and reading into your life

To break free from the constant scroll of memes, start with straightforward writing and pick a subject that already interests you. Keep books visible and swap out other activities for reading. Focus on enjoying books and keeping momentum going. No need to track progress. Key Points

Hindustan Times

Starting out in tech stocks? start with small tranches within midcap IT, says Mayuresh Joshi

“Anybody who is not invested to answer your questions can start with small tranches within the midcap IT space. We like a couple of names which we hold in our global list. Cyient we continue to like because of its diversified book, expectations of stable revenue growth and Firstsource Solutions meets a lot of our criteria in terms of revenue expectations, capacity utilisations, decent amount of DSO days and a decent amount of diversified book.” Key Points

Economic Times

Bengaluru Metro: Baiyappanahalli-K R Puram segment may start operation by July 15 after trial runs

The link, having one stop at Jyothinagar, will connect the Kengeri-Byappanahalli corridor (25.7 km) to the Whitefield-KR Puram stretch (13.7 km), inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in March. Key Points

The Indian Express

ECB’s push to raise borrowing costs runs up against wall of cash

Excess liquidity is at a two-month high of more than €4.1 trillion ($4.5 trillion), up almost 3% since the start of the month, ECB data show. Key Points


View: India’s EV revolution is driven from the bottom up

India's urban landscape is rapidly evolving, especially in its bustling cities. A decade ago, the iconic auto-rickshaws were predominantly diesel-powered, with electric versions being a rare novelty. Fast forward to today, and Delhi leads the charge in transitioning to battery-powered three-wheelers, capturing 54% of the market. This shift is driven by the cost-effectiveness and efficiency of electric models, prompting even Uber's CEO to explore the trend. The financial allure of electric vehicles extends beyond three-wheelers, with manufacturers now eyeing the two-wheeler market. This shift, if replicated, could significantly impact India's oil demand, especially in the face of rising fuel prices. Key Points

Economic Times

Christina Aguilera ten-concert residency dates, schedule, ticket price. What we know so far

Christina Aguilera's ten-concert residency will take place in December, January, February, and March. The ticket price details are out. Key Points

Economic Times

Why does the market seem gung-ho on real estate & not on banks? Andrew Holland answers

Andrew Holland says: “I would rather wait and see how quickly the interest rates start to fall on the back of very much slowing growth globally and that will probably get us towards the bottom. But until then, I would just sit on the sidelines. Time is on our side before looking at the chemical sector as a whole at this moment.” Key Points

Economic Times

Rate of rupee depreciation coming down: Piyush Goyal

Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal has stated that the rate of rupee depreciation has decreased, expressing optimism that in 8-10 years, the rupee will start appreciating against the US dollar, contributing to faster economic growth. Goyal highlighted collaborative efforts between the Reserve Bank of India and the finance ministry to spur economic growth. Key Points

Economic Times

Is it time to book profits or invest more? Ajay Bagga answers

“SIPs are still coming largely into mid and smallcap funds but institutional players are cautioning that move into largecaps out of mid and smallcaps. As we saw on Monday and Tuesday last week, market returns are very lumpy and a few days will give the entire year's return. So, if you are not invested, you will miss out on that.” Key Points

Economic Times

After broader market, languishing largecaps will reverse: Mahantesh Sabarad

The big trigger now is that corporates will start looking at better performance ahead. One of the biggest inflation triggers is on the commodity side. Many of the companies, be it on the industrial side be or on the capital goods sides, are exposed to a large inflation footprint that came in with the commodities surge. That is now gradually abating and could provide the next possible trigger for most of the goods manufacturing companies. Key Points

Economic Times

Ahead of IPL, Jio launches broadband backup plan to boost streaming

The announcement comes just days ahead of the start of the Indian Premier League, which is set to stream on JioCinema. Jio says the new plan will be available starting March 30, just one day before the start of the tournament. Key Points

Economic Times

Stocks in the news: CEAT, HDFC AMC, RBL Bank and Adani Ports

Adani Group said that its engagement with financial institutions over a petrochemical project at Mundra in Gujarat was still ongoing. The group said it is trying to secure financial closure for its project and the operations at the site will start after the closure. Key Points

Economic Times

Amid Ukraine war, Putin withdraws Russia from last nuclear arms treaty with US

Speaking in his state-of-the-nation address, Putin also said that Russia should stand ready to resume nuclear weapons tests if the U.S. does so, a move that would end a global ban on nuclear weapons tests in place since Cold War times. | World News Key Points

Hindustan Times

Investing in the 30s: Here’s how to create a generous corpus even in your late 30s

Chirag Munu of Anad Rathi Wealth says: start investing in your 30s with a well-planned portfolio of mutual funds and SIPs. Allocate 20% of your income, consider an 80% debt and 20% equity mix, and diversify with large, mid, and small-cap funds. Build an emergency fund, manage debt, and get insurance for financial security. Key Points

Economic Times

Chakri Lokapriya on 4 cement and metal stocks to consider now

HDFC Bank's results reflect the transition the bank is going through, with the need to increase their share of loans with retail and SME. Loan growth for the bank is expected to pick up in the coming quarter. The valuations are all right, and earnings are slightly mixed. The IT sector is experiencing a pivot, with US interest rates set to fall, leading to the execution of pending order books. The financial services industry in the US will be the first to start executing orders. Key Points

Economic Times

Expect some more cuts in small, midcap segments; largecaps to lead next leg of rally: Amnish Aggarwal

“ if you look at most of the largecap names like Reliance, HDFC Bank and if you look slightly longer over the last say 12 months or so, even ICICI Bank has not done anything. Given the fact that both Reliance and HDFC Banks stocks have got a considerable weightage and they have not performed, that actually makes the case that when they start performing next year, there is a good probability that the largecaps might outperform midcaps for some time.” Key Points

Economic Times

58 smallcap stocks log double-digit weekly gains in a mixed market

Subdued start to the result season by IT sector combined with uptick in crude oil prices affected the broad market trend. However, the benchmark indices logged gains during the week, taking comfort in easing domestic inflation. During the week, around 58 smallcap stocks offered double-digit weekly returns with five of them offering over 25% returns. Key Points

Economic Times

Bengaluru software engineer earning Rs 58 lakh pens note on loneliness

The post has gone viral on social media, with many others sharing similar experiences. Amit Mastud, Co-founder and CTO of Upscale, advised him to join a startup or start something of his own, seeing that it could be an energizing and valuable experience. Other Twitter users shared their experiences and expressed empathy towards the software engineer. Key Points

Economic Times

Women should start getting mammograms at age 40: National health panel

This new guidance could potentially reduce breast cancer mortality by 20%, Dr. Carol Mangione, a co-author of the recommendation, said. Key Points


Rajasthan Royals beat Mumbai Indians by six wickets

Rajasthan Royals secured their third consecutive win in the IPL by defeating Mumbai Indians by six wickets. The team bowled first, stopping Mumbai at 125 for nine and then chasing down the target with 27 balls to spare. Riyan Parag and Akash Madhwal contributed to the victory. MI's disastrous start led to booing from fans, but the Royals' impressive performance and Riyan Parag's unbeaten record secured their victory. Key Points

Economic Times

GIFT Nifty up 60 points; here's the trading setup for today's session

Equity indices closed positively after a volatile week influenced by US Fed. Nifty futures signal a positive start. India VIX fell, Asian and US stocks were mixed. Dow Jones, S&P 500, Nasdaq closed lower. Key Points

Economic Times

US consumer inflation up unexpectedly in February

US consumer inflation in February surprised with an acceleration, raising concerns for policymakers considering interest rate cuts. The annual consumer price index was 3.2%, with the core measure at 3.8%. The Federal Reserve may start reducing rates this year if there is progress in lowering inflation. Key Points

Economic Times

GIFT Nifty up 40 points; here's the trading setup for today's session

Overall we expect the market to trade in range with positive bias. Globally investors would watch out for US & Europe Consumer Confidence Data, said Siddhartha Khemka, Head - Retail Research, Motilal Oswal. Key Points

Economic Times

Mayuresh Joshi on 3 Adani Group stocks that can be bought on dips now

Mayuresh Joshi, Head of Research -India, William O'Neil, says earnings are expected to hold up the market because that is ultimately the crux on which the markets hinge upon. The market looks in fine fettle as we speak and both the macros and micros as far as India is concerned are holding out pretty well for the markets. Key Points

Economic Times

Asian stocks slump as traders dial back rate cut bets

By Ankur Banerjee SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian shares fell on Monday and the dollar climbed after a robust U.S. jobs report dashed any expectations of a near-term interest rate cut from the Federal Key Points


Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou: Here is how you can stream the fight online

Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou are set to engage in a fight in the crossover combat event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The match will start on October 28. Key Points

Economic Times

India to start auction of critical mineral mines in few weeks

The Indian government is set to begin the auction of critical mineral mines in the coming weeks. The blocks that will be up for auction include nickel, lithium, cobalt, platinum, and rare earths. The tender seeking bids is expected to be released in December, with auctions starting three months later. These reforms are aimed at boosting exploration and securing critical mineral assets. State-run enterprises and energy giants are actively seeking these valuable mineral resources, with India's focus on regions like Australia and South America. Key Points

Economic Times

Need a Social-Media Detox? start With an Analog Watch

More women are using old-school timepieces, not phones or smartwatches, to check the hour. Some are emulating Rihanna. Others see it as self-care. Could taking your wrist offline lead to inner peace? Key Points


NASCAR 2024 schedule, live streaming: start time, where and how to watch?

NASCAR 2024 schedule takes cars and drivers to Las Vegas this weekend. Details pertaining to timings and streaming have emerged. Key Points

Economic Times

After Russia suspends ‘New start treaty’, US to not give nuclear data to Moscow

On Feb. 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia was suspending its participation in the New start treaty with the United States that limits the two sides' deployed strategic nuclear arsenals. | World News Key Points

Hindustan Times

India's rain-hit first T20I against SA called off; Men in Blue's WC combination search to wait

Now, the 'Men in Blue' are left with just five T20Is - two more against the Proteas and three games against Afghanistan at home in January - ahead of next year's showpiece in the West Indies and the USA. In that context, India would have liked to make a head start to their search for a perfect blend at Kingsmead but rain put paid to those hopes temporarily. Key Points

Economic Times