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10MinuteMail: A Mail Id that Is Valid for Just 10 Minutes
Many websites or online services insist on giving them your email ID, before you can access their content.  Often, if you give your normal email ID, it may be used for spamming or maybe even sold to potential spammers. If you do not trust the website, but still want to read the content, 10MinuteMail.com is precisely for you. It will create a unique email account for you, which you can access online—just in case they need to send you a user ID and password or even if they want to verify that you have a valid email ID.
 
The best part of the deal is that the email ID is absolutely free and will self-destruct in 10 minutes! So no one can ever send mails to that ID after 10 minutes. If you need more time, and your mail has not arrived yet, you may click on ‘Give Me 10 Minutes more’ and it will keep that ID alive for 10 minutes more. But, remember, everything has to be completed in 10 minutes, or your email account and all the mails held by it are deleted forever. Please read the FAQs first before using it.
 
Your main email will always be protected, since it was never disclosed! A great disposable email ID service which you can use over and over again, to beat spam.

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COMMENTS

Atif Rahman

6 months ago

This service will not last long ,as pretty soon the spammer will ,keep getting his email back from the defunct /deleted email account and will find a way to get over it.
That email ID will be blocked .

Anil Kumar

7 months ago

Great. Learnt something new today!

Madan Kumar

7 months ago

Brilliant idea!!!

S&P BSE Factor Indices will follow new methodology from September
Asia Index Pvt Ltd, a partnership between S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC, and BSE Ltd says it has changed methodology of its S&P BSE Factor indices. The new changes will come into effect from September 2016.
 
Here are the new changes...
 

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SAT asks SEBI Member to pass order within two weeks in Adventz Finance case
The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) has asked Whole Time Member (WTM) of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to pass within two weeks an order in the Adventz Finance Pvt Ltd case. This follows refusal by Adventz Finance to avail fresh opportunity of hearing before the concerned WTM of SEBI.
 
In its order issued on 8 August 2016, the SAT Bench of Justice JP Devadhar and Dr CKG Nair, said, "...If the WTM of SEBI deems it fit to confirm the ex-parte ad-interim order, then the WTM of SEBI shall consider the alternate plea of the appellant (Adventz Finance) to trade in the cash segment in the light of the order of this Tribunal in Appeal No50 of 2016 dated 4 March 2016."
 
Although the SAT order does not mention the WTM's name, it is clear that the order was that of Rajeev Kumar Agarwal. He is one of the two WTMs at SEBI.
 
The Tribunal also made it clear that in case, the WTM of EBI fails to pass an order within two weeks, then the ex-parte ad-interim order passed on 20 August 2015 qua the appellant would come to an end without reference to the SAT.

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