Gold prices in India maintained their upward trend and traded with gains on Monday. Gold futures rose to Rs 50,430 while recording a 0.47 per cent gain at 10:14 AM. Silver futures showed similar momentum and recorded a spike of 0.96 per cent to touch Rs 57,401. The prices of the precious metal will likely maintain their upward momentum in the domestic Indian market due to a spike in demand during Navratri and the festive season. The 22-carat gold traded at Rs 46,500 whereas the 24-carat variety of precious metal retailed at Rs 50,730 for the same quantity. Silver also rose by close to Rs 500 by yesterday’s level and traded at Rs 57,400 for a kilogram Gold was the priciest in Delhi and traded at Rs 51,280 for 24 carat and Rs 47,000 for 10 grams of 22-carat variety. In Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Kolkata, the precious metal recorded levels of Rs 51,110 and Rs 46,850 for 10 grams of 24 and 22 carats respectively. Gold prices in Chennai moved to Rs 47,050 and Rs 51,160 for 22 carats and … [Read more...] about Gold Prices Spike Amid Festive Season: Check Gold Rates Today in Delhi, Mumbai And Other Cities
10 oz gold bar how many grams
Nonagenarian Rangappa had a toothy grin all day after spending time with Rahul Gandhi and several Congress leaders who visited the Badanavalu Khadi Gram Udyog centre in Karnataka’s Nanjangud on October 2. Badanavalu, a quaint village where Mahatma Gandhi inspired men and women to take up weaving Khadi, has a spinning centre that was established in 1927 by Tagadur Ramachandra Rao, an ardent follower of the Mahatma. Located on a nine-acre campus with spinning wheels and units for weaving, paper-making, bleaching, and handloom, the Khadi centre played host to the Congress which camped at the premises for half-a-day as part of the Bharat Jodo Yatra. The centre also owes its glorious past to being the first such initiative that began operating with four Dalit women with an aim to uplift the community’s economic condition. Rangappa still vividly remembers watching Mahatama Gandhi use the spinning wheel when he visited the centre twice — once in 1927 and then in 1932. “I was this tall … [Read more...] about Cherished by Gandhi-ji, This Khadi Village’s Future Hangs by a Thread. Can It Still Weave Magic for Rahul?
The Supreme Court is currently hearing oral arguments in Indian Young Lawyers Association v. State of Kerala , in which rules that bar the entry of women aged between 10 and 50 years into the Sabarimala temple in Kerala have been called into question. At a purely unreflecting level the case might well appear to us to be an easy one to resolve. To prohibit women from entering a public space, from worshipping in a shrine of their choice, one would think, ought to be anathema to the tenets of a constitutional democracy. But, as a study of the rival contentions made before the five-judge Bench that heard arguments shows us, the religious freedom clauses in the Constitution are possessed of a special complexity, which the court’s own past jurisprudence has turned into a quagmire of contradictions. Freedom of religion Generally, the right to freedom of religion of both individuals and groups is recognised as an intrinsic facet of a liberal democracy. The Constitution memorialises … [Read more...] about The Sabarimala singularity
LAGOS, Portugal — The Bam Bam Beach Bitcoin bar, on an uncrowded beach in southwestern Portugal, is the meeting place. To get there, you drive past a boat harbor, oceanside hotels and apartment buildings, then park near a sleepy seafood restaurant and walk down a wooden path that cuts through a sand dune. Yellow Bitcoin flags blow in the wind. The conversations about cryptocurrencies and a decentralized future flow. “People always doubt when to buy, when to sell,” said Didi Taihuttu, a Dutch investor who moved to town this summer and is one of Bam Bam’s owners. “We solve that by being all in.” Sitting in the sand nearby, another bar regular, Katherin Bestandig, said, “Everything is possible if you’re brave.” The bar and community of about 150 crypto supporters around the town of Lagos are a bubble of optimism amid what has become known as the “crypto winter.” This summer, cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ether melted down , and crypto companies like … [Read more...] about On Portugal’s ‘Bitcoin Beach,’ Crypto Optimism Still Reigns
The Indian men’s team, led by seasoned campaigner G Sathiyan, kept its hopes alive for a knock-out stage berth, beating Kazakhstan 3-2 in a closely fought group league tie of the World Table Tennis Championship on Monday. For the women’s team, after a heartbreaking close defeat against Germany, Sreeja Akula and company prevailed over Egypt 3-1 to qualify for the pre-quarterfinals. ALSO READ| 32 Children Dead in Indonesia Stadium Stampede The men’s team now needs to beat France in the final group league match to finish on top of the group 2 table. In case the Indian team loses to France and Germany happens to beat Kazakhstan, then there will be a three-way tie between India, Germany and France. After the high of beating Germany, Sathiyan started the new tie in earnest, making short work of Denis Zholudev in straight games. Sathiyan won 11-1, 11-9, 11-5. However, Harmeet Desai had a poor outing against Kirill Gerassimenko to lose 6-11 8-11 9-11 in quick time. But, … [Read more...] about ITTF World Championship: Indian Men Down Kazakhstan; Women Get Better of Egypt to Reach Last 16
Nearly 400 crashes in the United States in 10 months involved cars using advanced driver-assistance technologies, the federal government’s top auto-safety regulator disclosed Wednesday. The findings are part of a sweeping effort by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to determine the safety of advanced driving systems as they become increasingly commonplace. In 392 incidents cataloged by the agency from July 1 of last year through May 15, six people died and five were seriously injured. Teslas operating with Autopilot, the more ambitious Full Self Driving mode or any of their associated component features were in 273 crashes. Five of those Tesla crashes were fatal. The data was collected under a NHTSA order last year requiring automakers to report crashes involving cars with advanced driver-assistance systems. Scores of manufacturers have rolled out such systems in recent years, including features that let you take your hands off the steering wheel under certain … [Read more...] about Tesla Autopilot and Other Driver-Assist Systems Linked to Hundreds of Crashes