SA vs IND, 3rd Test: Virat Kohli’s batting was never a concern, very happy with his 79 – Vikram Rathour

Batting coach Vikram Rathour said Virat Kohli’s shot selection was better than his most recent knocks after the India captain came up with a gritty 79 on Day 1 of the 3rd and final Test against South Africa in Cape Town. Kohli hit his 2nd slowest fifty as the skipper batted out 201 deliveries to help India post 223 another disappointing effort from the batting unit, especially after opting to bat. Speaking to the press after 11 wickets fell on Day 1 of the 3rd Test at Newlands, Vikram Rathour…

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Debt Funds vs FD: Know Which is the Best Investment Option

For risk-averse investors who want fixed returns, there are two options: bank fixed deposits and debt funds. While both offer fixed returns and are relatively risk-free, especially when compared to equity investments, there are significant differences between the two. Let’s look at the differences between debt funds and fixed deposits so that you can figure out for yourself which one’s best for you: Debt Funds vs FD: Differences between Debt Funds and Fixed Deposits Variety: When it comes to fixed deposits there’s not all that much of variety. You can invest…

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Growth pangs vs investment: 4 factors that are likely to chart market direction in 2020

Karthikraj Lakshmanan We see that the earnings growth is likely to be more in the mid-teens for the Nifty50 index. Considering the growth slowdown, market leaders with healthy balance sheets and good free cash flow generation at the broader market level are better positioned to grow faster than the industry and the economy. Earnings growth is more likely to pick-up towards the second half of 2020 as one sees the fruit of the recent steps taken by the Government and how some of the strategic divestments pan out to provide…

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In Apple vs FBI Case, Compromise Appears Elusive

As Apple’s legal battle with the FBI over encryption heads toward a showdown, there appears little hope for a compromise that would placate both sides and avert a divisive court decision. The FBI is pressing Apple to develop a system that would allow the law enforcement agency to break into a locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers, a demand the tech company claims would make all its devices vulnerable. In an effort to break the deadlock, some US lawmakers are pushing for a panel of experts…

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