• Tips to get another home loan if you already have oneTips to get another home loan if you already have one

    Every person in this world dreams of owning a home. But houses today are costly. Most of the population cannot afford to pay the entire price at one go. Thanks to the lenders who have made it possible for people to complete this dream. Today, you get home loans very quickly. But what if you already have an ongoing home loan and you need a second home loan? Though there are some conditions you need to fulfil, it is not impossible to avail a second home loan. It is essential to have a good credit score and income to give the assurance of repayment to the lender. Following are some steps that can be followed to avail a second home loan:

  • India, China may become exception as world economy to go in recession: UN Trade Report
    Coronavirus impactIndia, China may become exception as world economy to go in recession: UN Trade Report

    The world economy is set to go into recession amid predicted loss of trillions of dollars of global income due to economic slowdown caused by coronavirus outbreak; India and China may become an exception who would survive the situation, said a UN Trade Report.

  • Vodafone extends validity of Rs 95 all-rounder prepaid plan
    Vodafone planVodafone extends validity of Rs 95 all-rounder prepaid plan

    Amid lockdown in India, Vodafone has treated users with an extended validity on its popular Rs 95 all-rounder plan. Now, it will remain valid till 56 days instead of 28 days.

  • Global Oil prices slumps to 17-year low amid coronavirus pandemic
    Oil Prices SlumpGlobal Oil prices slumps to 17-year low amid coronavirus pandemic

    The price for international oil slumped to a 17-year low amid lockdown across the world due to coronavirus pandemic. The demand has fallen drastically as people have been staying inside their homes.

  • Food Lion grocery stores to add shields at cash registers
    Safety firstFood Lion grocery stores to add shields at cash registers

    The Salisbury-based grocery chain Food Lion on Friday announced that it will installing plexiglass safety guards at the cash registers to ensure social distancing remains to keep store employees and customers safe from the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.

  • Ratan Tata donates Rs 500 crores for coronavirus pandemic
    Covid 19 DonationRatan Tata donates Rs 500 crores for coronavirus pandemic

    According to a news report, the provided funds will be used to buy testing kits, protective gears for the frontline workers and respiratory systems for the increasing number of positive cases.

  • Apple likely to shift iPhone production from China to India, Vietnam
    iPhonr ProductionApple likely to shift iPhone production from China to India, Vietnam

    Wistron Corp., one of Apple's manufacturing partners, claimed that they will be shifting their half capacity outside China within a year. The decision comes as learning on how staking up all products in one country could be of trouble in situations like coronavirus outbreak.

  • Fact Check: Reliance Jio Rs 498 free recharge during coronavirus lockdown
    Reliance Jio FreeFact Check: Reliance Jio Rs 498 free recharge during coronavirus lockdown

    Minutes after Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced a relief package for the poor section of India, a social media post attributing Reliance Jio claimed that the telecom company is offering free recharge of Rs 498 as India reels under tough time. Before you fall for it, the social media post and claim are both fake and do not have any official confirmation attached to it.

  • India develops coronavirus testing kit at Rs 1200, MyLab to supply it
    Coronavirus Testing KitIndia develops coronavirus testing kit at Rs 1200, MyLab to supply it

    Amid criticism that India has a slow testing rate for coronavirus, the news comes as a relief that India has developed it first coronavirus testing kit at one fourth cost of what it is importing currently.

  • 'Sneeze in public, spread the virus': Infosys sacks employee over coronavirus post
    Companies'Sneeze in public, spread the virus': Infosys sacks employee over coronavirus post

    A software engineer has been detained in Bengaluru for allegedly advising people to go out and sneeze and spread coronavirus everywhere. Identified as Mujeeb Mohammad, the man works as a senior technology architect in tech giant Infosys. Soon after the reports emerged about his social media post, the company tweeted that his services have been terminated as the behaviour was found against the company's model code of conduct.

  • Cognizant to pay 25% extra base pay to employees during coronavirus lockdown
    Cognizant to pay 25% extra base pay to employees during coronavirus lockdown

    Cognizant has decided to pay extra 25 percent of basic pay to employees in India and the Philippines for April due to the coronavirus lockdown, CEO Brian Humphries said in an email note to employees.

  • Covid 19: RBI follows Central Banks, cuts repo rate by 75 bps to fight coronavirus outbreak
    Finance and MarketsCovid 19: RBI follows Central Banks, cuts repo rate by 75 bps to fight coronavirus outbreak

    Syncing with the moves by global central banks, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday slashed the key repo rate by 75 basis points (bps) to 4.4 per cent, to provide some relief and control the economic slowdown in the wake of deadly coronavirus spread. The reverse repo rate now stands at 4 per cent, down 90 bps.

  • G20 pledges $5 trillion to revive global economy amid Covid-19 slowdown
    InternationalG20 pledges $5 trillion to revive global economy amid Covid-19 slowdown

    The G20 group on nations have come together to fight against the Covid-19 outbreak and its impact on the global economy. They have pledged to inject $5 trillion into the global economy to counter the crisis. The meeting was held with the help of video conference of G20 of leaders where Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke of the alarming social and economic costs of the pandemic and called for a concrete action plan including reforming the World Health Organisation (WHO), sources said.

  • Microsoft to move out of coronavirus crisis strongly: Satya Nadella
    CompaniesMicrosoft to move out of coronavirus crisis strongly: Satya Nadella

    Speaking to CNBC on Tuesday, CEO Satya Nadella said that the question is will there be enough demands from the US, Europe and other developed markets hit by the pandemic.

  • New Motor Vehicle Act brings down Road Mishaps
    CompaniesNew Motor Vehicle Act brings down Road Mishaps

    The new Motor Vehicle Act came into effect from September 01, 2019. According to the new amendments, the fines and penalties imposed on violating traffic safety rules have been made stringent.

  • India Lockdown: Big Bazaar contact numbers to get groceries delivered
    CompaniesIndia Lockdown: Big Bazaar contact numbers to get groceries delivered

    India has been kept under complete lockdown for 21 days to break the chain of spreading coronavirus in the nation. While the Central and state governments have assured that the supply of essential items will not be stopped during the tenure, people are finding it difficult to understand how they manage their groceries without leaving their houses.

  • Watch: How Apple ‘Spaceship’ campus looks during coronavirus outbreak
    CompaniesWatch: How Apple ‘Spaceship’ campus looks during coronavirus outbreak

    Ever since the situation slipped from hands over the coronavirus outbreak, Apple has asked its employees to work from home so that they have less or no chance of getting infected to the virus. Due to this, there is barely any employee who can be spotted in the campus.

  • Decode the tax benefits on personal loan
    Finance and MarketsDecode the tax benefits on personal loan

    It is well-known that the Indian Income Tax Act-1961 allows various deductions and exemptions when computing your tax liability. Usually, a person would plan this in advance and work around the deductions in a way that can minimize his tax liabilities. There are many tax-saving instruments and investments that can help you save on your taxes. You just have to declare them while filing your taxes.

  • No restrictions on CARGO operations at any airport: DGCA on Covid
    CompaniesNo restrictions on CARGO operations at any airport: DGCA on Covid

    Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) India on Monday confirmed that there will be no restriction on the domestic and international CARGO operations at any airport.