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India’s insurance giant LIC has been reduced by 50 in size but it is still the biggest stake sale in India’s stock listing history. As per the details announced yesterday, LIC IPO will be worth nearly 21,000 crore rupees or 2.7 billion dollars it will hit primary market on May 4.

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  3. Do you know why most factories moving out from China due to rising wages, choose South East Asia, Bangladesh and even Pakistan instead of India? Because they don't have much confidence in the future of India, a view shared by Elon Musk albeit in private

  4. Do you agree with most economists that no country can grow itself into prosperity from an agricultural based economy to that of a high income consumption and services led model bypassing the industrialisation phase altogether? Because that's exactly what India is doing

  5. Do you know only 1% of Indians have life insurance coverage? This corresponds neatly with an Oxfam report which stated that the top 1% of Indians control almost 78% of all the wealth in India. Most Indians you see commenting here are from the lower 99%, on which half of them are from the peasant stock, without any insurance whatever

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  7. Ahh So many Frustrated Chinese and Pakistani bots
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  9. It is good to raise capital through shares to fund government and private for higher returns, but make sure that market fluctions won't affect the policy investments of people and trust that has been accumulated over the past 50 years.

  10. n Andalite prince. And I am about to die. My fighter is damaged. I have crash-landed on the surface of the planet called Earth. I believe that my great Dome ship has been destroyed. I fear that my little brother Aximili is already dead. We did not expect the Yeerks to be here in such force. We made a mistake. We underestimated the Yeerks. Not for the first time. We would have defeated their Pool ship and its fighters. But there was a Blade ship in orbit as well. The Blade ship of Visser Three. Two Yeerk Bug fighters are landing on either side of me now. The abomination Visser Three is here as well. I can feel him. I can sense his evil. I cannot defeat the visser in one-on-one combat. I am weak from my injuries. Too weak to morph. Too weak to fight. This is my hirac delest — my final statement. I have formed the mental link to the tho

  11. memories before the Yeerks annihilate all trace of me.. If this message someday reaches the Andalite world, I want the truth to be known. I am called a great warrior. A hero. But there is a great deal that no Andalite knows about me. I have not lied, but I have kept the truth a secret. This is not my first visit to Earth. I spent many years on Earth . . . and yet, no time at all. I landed here now in this construction site because I was looking for a great weapon: the Time Matrix. The existence of this weapon is also a secret. So many secrets in my life . . . mistakes. Things I should have done. All the strands of my strange life seem to be coming together. It all seems inevitable now. Of course my death would come on Earth. Of course the child would be here. Of course it would be Visser Three who would take my life. I am too weak to locate the Time ship no

  12. resist. The human race cannot fall to the Yeerks the way the Hork-Bajir race did. I have given the morphing power to five young humans. Children, really. But sometimes children can accomplish amazing things. I have no choice but to hope. Because it was I who created Visser Three. I who caused the abomination. I cannot go peacefully to my death, knowing that I created the creature who will enslave the human race. I came to this place, this empty construction site, looking for the weapon I know is hidden here. But there is no time now. No time .. . The visser is here. He is laughing at my weakness. He is savoring his victory over me. This is the hirac delest of Elfangor-Sirinial-Shamtul, Andalite prince. I open my mind in the ritual of death. I open my mind and let all my memories — all my secrets — go to be recorded by the computer. This is not just a message t

  13. Yeerks were loose. Like some terrifying disease, they spread their evil from planet to planet. They took species after species. They crushed all resistance. Their spiderlike Pool ships roamed throughout the galaxy. Their armies of Taxxons and Hork-Bajir, all under the control of Yeerk slugs, rampaged — killing, butchering, enslaving. They were annihilating entire planets. Only we Andalites stood against them. But we had been caught off-guard. Our mighty Dome ships, each more than a match for anything the Yeerks had, were spread too thin. Our spies, even though they used top-secret Andalite morphing technology, were unable to penetrate Yeerk secrets. For five years our princes had fought the vissers of the Yeerk Empire. They said the war could go on for another fifty years . . . another hundred

  14. was confident that if only I could get into the fight, I could make a difference. I, Elfangor, was going to become a great warrior, a prince, a hero. I was posted as an aristh, a cadet, to the Dome ship StarSword. But so far, after six months in space looking for an elusive Yeerk task force, I had not exactly proven myself to be a great hero. In fact, I had proven myself to be a clumsy, slowwitted, and quite possibly hopeless fool. At least, according to my instructors. <Aristh Elfangor! How many times do I have to tell you: The killing blow should be as graceful as it is fast!> Sofor yelled his thought-speak loudly enough that half the ship probably heard him. I stood facing him, trying to stand light and easy on my four hooves, just like I was supposed to. At the same time I had to think about where my weight was centered, and whether the tilt of my upper body signaled when I was going to strike, and whether the grass floor under my hooves was uneven, and whether my hands

  15. d me up twenty different ways in less than a second. Maybe. Sometimes I thought I'd be faster and better if it was a real battle, not just a lesson. I was sure if my life depended on it, I could win. In any case, Sofor was not my enemy. He was my teacher. <Watch my eyes, not my tail,› Sofor said. <My main eyes, you nitwit, not my stalk eyes! Keep your main eyes on mine, your stalk eyes on my tail.> I watched his main eyes, but it wasn't easy. His left eye had a huge scar running right beneath it. I tried to focus all my thoughts down to nothingness, just like Sofor had taught me. <Your mind will never know when it is time to strike. Only your instinct can guide you,> he reminded me. Suddenly . . . FWAPPP! I fired the muscles in my tail! The bladed tip cracked the air, it moved so fast. I could barely see my own tail as it struck. The blade arched over my head toward Sofor's face, and I thought, Hey, maybe old Sofar will end up with a new scar. If I landed a bl

  16. and in about a tenth of a second delivered three lightning blows. One to each side of my head, and a third that left his razor-sharp tail blade pressed right up against my throat. The blows stopped just a hair from cutting my skin. If Sofor so much as twitched, he could remove my head from my shoulders. <Not bad, Aristh Elfangor,> Sofor said with a laugh. <Not bad at all. That strike of yours could almost have hit me . . . if I were asleep!> He laughed again and pulled his tail away. <Remember, don't think about it, do it. You're too Intellectual. You think too much. You should be a scientist, not a warrior. There's no time for thought in a fight. There is only time for your training to join with your instinct.> <I guess even you must have forgotten that once,> I muttered. I regretted the words the instant they were out of my head. Sofor turned his stalk eyes toward me. He had a dangerous expression. <What did you say, Aristh?> <Nothing . . . just . . . urn, nothing,> I stammered. But I was staring at the scar below his eye the whole time. <Ah, I see. You've noticed my little scar. Yes,

  17. shook my head. What was I doing, getting smart with Sofor? What was the matter with me? Was I insane? <I got this scar from my own teacher. He wasn't as sweet and understanding as I am. He didn't like uppity arisths.> The old warrior laughed at his own wit, turned away, and went galloping off across the grass, holding his tail as high as an Andalite half his age would. I breathed a huge sigh of relief. I looked around the dome to see whether anyone else was watching me be humiliated. The dome of a Dome ship is a circular area about a third of a mile across. It is filled with grass, trees, ground rushes, and flowers. There is a lake in the middle and a stream that runs around the circumference. It's as much like home as it can be. You'd almost think you were running across any well-kept area on the home world. But when you look up, you see that you are in space, protected only by a clear plastic bubble, a dome. I saw other warriors off running across the grass, feeding and playing and practicing their skills. But none seemed to be watching me. I replayed the fight with Sofor. How had he known the exact second whe

  18. <This is a Dome ship, not a play field,> I said. Arbron kicked lightly at the grass with one hoof in a gesture of contempt. Then he said the insult that went with the gesture. <Elfangor, when are you going to get your hooves back on the grass and out of the air?> <Some of us actually care about being better fighters. The people need us. These are evil times.> Arbron laughed. <You don't fool me. You're not some mighty prince or hero. You're just another scared, confused aristh on his first big deep-space mission. And by the way, you shift weight to your left hind leg when you get ready to strike. That's how old Sofor knew.> I was getting ready to say something really crushing to Arbron, but just then there came an announcement. It was a direct-beamed thoughtspeak summons. <Arisths Elfangor and Arbron to the battle bridge.> I stared at Arbron. He stared at me. We were both frozen in place. Our argument was totally forgotten because we were both busy being shocked and horrified. See, it was impossible. Neither of us had ever been to the battle bridge. The battle bridge was where the captain was. And the captain of a Dome

  19. p is like one of the ancient gods. I mean, captains don't even look at arisths. <What did we do?> Arbron asked anxiously. <I don't know,> I moaned, <but it must have been really out of line.> <We're in trouble. We are in definite trouble,> Arbron said.

  20. do the wish-flower ritual at the wish-flower, of course, which is in my tiny quarters. And you can imagine how impossible that is! My entire back half sticks out into the hallway and people are jostling past while I'm chanting, <We welcome our hopes embodied, we welcome a new branch of the tree, we welcome . . .> So on and so on. It's not easy being an aristh. Naturally, warriors and princes get bigger quarters. And of course the captain has quarters so big he can practically play driftball in there. But the captain isn't usually in his quarters. He's usually on the battle bridge. That's where Arbron and I were heading, as fast as our hooves could carry us down the long central shaft. <We're dead,> I said. <There's no way the captain calls us to the bridge unless we are in huge trouble.> <Maybe it's something good,> Arbron suggested. <Maybe he wants to tell us we're doing well in our studies.> <Yeah. Right. Or maybe he wants our advice,> I suggested sarcastically. <Captain Feyorn, the hero of like a thousand space battles, probably wants the advice of a pair of arisths.> All the while we were running. Running past the closed doors of various private quarters and

  21. storerooms and plasma conduits. Our hooves clicked on the hard, rough-textured floor. A prince stepped out of his quarters and I practically ran him down. <Sorry!> I yelled. <We've been called to the battle bridge!> The prince rolled his eyes and shook his head. But he knew: When the captain calls, you don't waste time. As we neared the battle bridge we saw more and more people in the hall. We weren't the only ones heading there. And then I started to notice some fighter pilots moving off toward the fighter bays. You can always tell a fighter pilot. There's a swagger they have. It's almost like there's a special light that seems to shine on them. When I'm a full warrior I'm going to be a fighter pilot. <There's going to be a battle!> Arbron said. <Yeerks!> I said. <We're going to burn some Yeerks!> I hoped I sounded tough and fierce. We barreled into the battle bridge just as the tactical officer; Prince Nescord, bellowed, <Where in a dark sun are those two arisths?> <Right here, sir!> I said.

  22. s hoof. Then he turned to the captain. <Captain, the two arisths are here.> Of course the captain already knew we were there. They say Captain Feyorn can practically see through walls. He knows everything that goes on aboard his ship. He stood in the center of the room, with the T.O. on his right and Prince Breeyar, commander of all fighter squadrons, on his left. The room was circular, with bright monitors glowing and computer screens reeling off data. Holographic monitors created images in midair, and there were sound-speech info-tags and thoughtspeech computer warnings. Warriors working on the battle bridge often used hand signals between themselves so that the thought-speak noise wouldn't become a jumble. At the front of the battle bridge was a large, holographic image showing the space around us. We were in normal space, not Zero-space, so the background was black, filled with bright stars. <Magnify,> the T.O. said.

  23. The hologram of space grew more detailed. Suddenly it was as if actual stars, each as big as my fist, were hovering inside the battle bridge. <Isolate the target and magnify,> the tactical officer said. Now the hologram showed just a slice of a single

  24. star. It was an average yellow star. I glanced up at the readout above the hologram. It showed that the star had nine planets, gas giants on the outer edge, smaller planets in tighter orbit. The sixth planet was front and center in the display. It had a rather beautiful set of rings. <There he is,> Prince Breeyar said. He was very calm, but you could tell he was a predator looking at prey. I searched the hologram of space for a clue. Then I saw it: a tiny, bright point that was moving against the background of the ringed planet. Was it a Yeerk ship? <I think we have a Skrit Na raider,> the captain said.

  25. weapons. And we're picking up transmissions in various parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. All in all, probably a Level Six civilization. I would recommend —> The captain cut him off by raising one finger on one hand. Then the captain turned his head and his main eyes toward Arbron and me. He looked right at me. Right at me. I felt my blood turn to sludge and my brain grind to a halt. <Tell me, Aristh, the situation: We have a Skrit Na raider leaving a Level Six civilization. Twenty minutes till he's safe in Zero-space. What do you recommend?> No, this wasn't happening. The captain really was asking my advice. Clearly I was dreaming. <What do I recommend?> I asked, feeling the knife-edge of panic. <Um … um, dispatch fighters on an intercept course?> <Is that a question or a statement?> the captain asked.

  26. sucked in air and tried not to faint. <Dispatch fighters for an intercept. Send two on an intercept course, and bring two up behind on a chase vector.> <And you,> the captain said, turning his awful gaze on Arbron. <What do we do when we intercept? And why?> <The Skrit Na are smugglers and renegades. An

  27. y sometimes serve the Yeerks. So we board the Skrit Na ship and check for any violations.> He said it perfectly. Like he had rehearsed. Then he blew it. <And if they put up a fight, we put some tail into them!> The captain, the prince, the T.O., every warrior on the bridge, and I all stared at Arbron like he was insane. Which he obviously was. You don't say <put some tail into them> to the captain! That's something you say in a schoolyard fight. The captain looked at Prince Breeyar and the tactical officer. He shrugged. <I guess we'd better do what the two arisths say, eh? The big one looks like he's ready to faint. And the other one thinks he's you, Breeyar.> That got a laugh from everyone on the bridge. <Launch fighters,> the captain said. <Oh, and those Skrit Na ships are so cramped inside we'd better send along a couple of our people who can move around in there. Now. Who do we have that's small enough to fit inside a Skrit Na freighter?> Suddenly, I realized that everyone on the battle bridge was looking at me and Arbron. And then I realized we were both younger and smaller than anyone else. And that's when I almost did faint.

  28. <Okay, who takes the helm, and who takes weapons?> Arbron asked. <I have four days of seniority over you,> I said coolly. <I take the helm.> I could see that he wanted to argue. He wanted to fly the fighter, of course. But there was no chance I was going to miss out on flying my first combat mission. No chance. And I did have seniority. <Okay,> Arbron said coldly. <You fly it. I'll shoot. Not that we'll be doing any shooting.> The inside of a fighter is not exactly roomy. This was an older model, built for two, but it was still not exactly big. <Figures they'd give us an old piece of junk Model Fourteen to fly,> I said, staring at the controls as if I'd never seen them before. <What did you expect them to give us? A brandnew Model Twenty-two?> For a second I forgot that this was my first official combat command. I shot a glance at Arbron, and the two of us almost burst out laughing.

  29. his is great,> I said. <I just wish it was Yeerks, not some old Skrit Na,> Arbron said. <Okay, who takes the helm, and who takes weapons?> Arbron asked. <I have four days of seniority over you,> I said coolly. <I take the helm.> I could see that he wanted to argue. He wanted to fly the fighter, of course. But there was no chance I was going to miss out on flying my first combat mission. No chance. And I did have seniority. <Okay,> Arbron said coldly. <You fly it. I'll shoot. Not that we'll be doing any shooting.> The inside of a fighter is not exactly roomy. This was an older model, built for two, but it was still not exactly big. <Figures they'd give us an old piece of junk Model Fourteen to fly,> I said, staring at the controls as if I'd never seen them before. <What did you expect them to give us? A brandnew Model Twenty-two?> For a second I forgot that this was my first official combat command. I shot a glance at Arbron, and the two of us almost burst out laughing. 16 I closed my main eyes, leaving only my stalk eyes open. I wanted to focus. I had been trained on fighters, of course. I was pretty good as a pilot. But still, I was going to be flying alongside Prince Breeyar in his personal squadron. Everyone in the squadron was a great fighter pilot. And Breeyar could just about fly a fighter through a black hole and back out again. I deeply did not want anything to go wrong. The thought of how humiliated I'd be if I missed a turn or something was too awful to think about. <Power up,> I told the

  30. As He sat on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to Him privately, saying, “Tell us, when will these things be, and what will be the sign of Your coming and of the end of the age?” Jesus answered them, “Take heed that no one deceives you. For many will come in My name, saying, ‘I am the Christ,’ and will deceive many. You will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled. For all these things must happen, but the end is not yet. For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be famines, epidemics, and earthquakes in various places. All these are the beginning of sorrows. Then they will hand you over to be persecuted and will kill you. And you will be hated by all nations for My name’s sake. Then many will fall away, and betray one another, and hate one another. And many false prophets will rise and will deceive many. Because iniquity will abound, the love of many will grow cold. But he who endures to the end shall be saved. And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached throughout the world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.” Matthew 24:3‭-14 MEV

    (Obs: From the beginning of the tribulation to the end there are 7 years. Near the end, the gospel will be preached to the whole world, which would be impossible without technology of global communication.)

    When you see Jerusalem surrounded by armies, then you know that its desolation has drawn near. Luke 21:20 MEV

    So when you see the ‘abomination of desolation,’ spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place,(…) Matthew 24:15 MEV

    “His armies shall rise up and desecrate the sanctuary fortress. They shall abolish the daily sacrifice and set up the abomination that makes desolate.” Daniel 11:31 MEV

    “From the time that the daily sacrifice shall be taken away and the abomination that makes desolate set up, there shall be one thousand two hundred and ninety days.” Daniel 12:11 MEV

    (Obs: These events will take place after the construction of the third temple of Solomon in Jerusalem.)

    (…)then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains. Let him who is on the housetop not go down to take anything out of his house. Let him who is in the field not return to take his clothes. Woe to those who are with child and to those who nurse in those days! Pray that your escape will not be in the winter or on the Sabbath. For then will be great tribulation, such as has not happened since the beginning of the world until now, no, nor ever shall be. Unless those days were shortened, no one would be saved. But for the sake of the elect those days will be shortened. Matthew 24:16‭-22 MEV

    There will be signs in the sun and the moon and the stars; and on the earth distress of nations, with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring; men fainting from fear and expectation of what is coming on the inhabited earth. For the powers of heaven will be shaken. Luke 21:25-26 MEV

    (Obs: In the age of technology, men know what is happening on the inhabited earth, no longer are they limited by local information.)

    Immediately after the tribulation of those days, the sun will be darkened, the moon will not give its light; the stars will fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens will be shaken. Then the sign of the Son of Man will appear in heaven, and then all the tribes of the earth will mourn, and they will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. And He will send His angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather His elect from the four winds, from one end of the heavens to the other. Matthew 24:29‭-31 MEV

    (Obs: This is the sixth seal of the book of Revelation, the signs of the sixth seal match the signs of Matthew 24:29-30, the sixth seal is when the rapture happens; before the great tribulation, before the seven trumpets.)

    When these things begin to happen, look up and lift up your heads, for your redemption is drawing near. Luke 21:28 MEV

    Because you have kept My word of patience, I also will keep you from the hour of temptation which shall come upon the entire world, to test those who dwell on the earth. Revelation 3:10 MEV

    (Obs: Rapture before the time of temptation, which will be the government of the antichrist during the great tribulation.)

    For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trumpet call of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first. 1 Thessalonians 4:16 MEV

    (Obs: Rapture.)

    For as in the days before the flood, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day Noah entered the ark, and did not know until the flood came and took them all away, so will be the coming of the Son of Man. Matthew 24:38‭-‬39 MEV

    (Obs: People will not be eating and drinking and marrying during the great tribulation, therefore, rapture will happen before the great tribulation, when people are still distracted.)

    When they say, “Peace and safety!” then sudden destruction will come upon them as labor upon a woman with child, and they shall not escape. 1 Thessalonians 5:3 MEV

    (Obs: Sudden destruction near the rapture.)

    For the mystery of lawlessness is already working. Only He who is now restraining him will do so until He is taken out of the way. Then the lawless one will be revealed, whom the Lord will consume with the breath of His mouth, and destroy with the brightness of His presence, 2 Thessalonians 2:7 MEV

    (Obs: Who is restraining the antichrist from revealing himself? Who is stopping the antichrist from rising? The sons of God! When the elect are raptured, the antichrist will be free to take over. Rapture will trigger the great tribulation and the government of the antichrist.)

    Two will be in the field; one will be taken, and the other left. Two women will be grinding at the mill; one will be taken, and the other left. Matthew 24:40‭-41 MEV

    (Obs: Rapture.)

    Know this first, that there shall come scoffers in the last days who walk after their own lusts, and say, “Where is the promise of His coming? For since the fathers fell asleep, all things have continued as they were since the beginning of the creation.” 2 Peter 3:3‭-4 MEV

    (Obs: Apostasy of the last days, when more and more men are denying God and going after their own sinful desires.)

    But the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night, in which the heavens will pass away with a loud noise, and the elements will be destroyed with intense heat. The earth also and the works that are in it will be burned up. 2 Peter 3:10 MEV

    (Obs: The destructions that will happen near the rapture, just as the days of Sodom and Gomorrah; the righteous is rescued and the judgements are poured upon the wicked, and “like a thief in the night” means it will happen when you do not expect, “heavens will pass away” means the sky will vanish as a scroll that is being rolled up, which is mentioned in Revelation 6:14.)

    In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet, for the trumpet will sound, the dead will be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed. 1 Corinthians 15:52 MEV

    (Obs: People around the world have been hearing trumpets from the sky in different times, it has been happening for a few years. When the last trumpet sound, the redeemed will be rescued and the great tribulation will begin.)

    He causes all, both small and great, both rich and poor, both free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their forehead, so that no one may buy or sell, except he who has the mark or the name of the beast or the number of his name. Revelation 13:16‭-17 MEV

    (Obs: In the last days, no one will be able to buy or sell without a mark from the government/beast of the antichrist, which will take place during the great tribulation, which is at the door.)

    But you, Daniel, shut up the words and seal the book until the time of the end. Many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall increase. Daniel 12:4 MEV

    (Obs: In the last days, many people travel to many places and knowledge is increased.)

    For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life. John 3:16 MEV

    Behold, the Lord of lords is coming soon, repent now of all your sins — go away from all sins — and abide in the only Savior and Lord Jesus, the Christ, (Yeshua, the Messiah) with all your heart, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.


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