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Consumers are “protected” while buying matchboxes but not when they buy a property with their life savings
When we buy something, we look at the printed price, whether it is a chewing
gum or a matchbox or a school textbook. Law demands the printing of maximum retail price (MRP) on every product. Now, consider something that we buy either once or a few times in a lifetime, using our entire...
The title seemed so out of sync with MoneyLIFE’s contents. And then, on page 314, the link was suddenly brought home: “In economic terms, India
is now the world centre for cricket”. It seems India now provides 60% of the world’s cricket income of multi-million dollars and that, for being the first Indian to score a triple Test hundred (at Multan, 2004), Virendra Sehwag was rewarded by an...
A s a boy, Stuart Kelly loved books so much that he was willing to work on weekends to pay for them. He would starve himself so he could give his lunch money to the cause. There was just one problem. He found: “From Shakespeare to Sylvia Plath,great writers had written works which I could not possess.” These were books lost to flame, flood and fungi, books known only from quotations, books...