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ATM :: Are you eligible for 6.5% home loan subsidy?

Sukanya Kumar (more) Founder & Director, RetailLending.com | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Know all that is required to avail home loan subsidy offered by the government.

Government of India, on 17-Aug ’16 has announced a long-awaited scheme for the urban dwellers, under which a home loan interest subsidy of 6.5% has been announced which reduces burden from the home buyer. 985 more words

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Local Authorities and Communities Working Together to Build Resilience

ISET projects to deliver an early warning system for floods, riverbank erosion control measures and reducing the prevalence of dengue fever, all have something in common; successful collaboration between the community and government. 737 more words

Climate Change

How to solve "MAPI Unavailable Your Outlook profile is not configured correctly. Contact your support team with this information." error in Skype for Business 2016 client

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if you have the “MAPI Unavailable Your Outlook profile is not configured correctly. Contact your support team with this information.” error in Skype for Business 2016 client, this is the simple procedure to solve it. 197 more words

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Enviando e-mails programaticamente usando o Office 365 (Exchange Online)

CENÁRIO:

Cenário bem comum em automação de processos é ter algum serviço que fique monitorando algum processo e depois envie e-mails de notificação aos interessados. 222 more words

Programaticamente

CAP ENABLED SAMBRO - Myanmar Simulation

Teams from Department of Meteorology and Hydrology (DMH), Relief and Resettlement Department (RRD), General Administrative Division(GAD), Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS), Department of Health(DoH), Department of Agriculture (DoA), Department of Fisheries (DoF) and other government bodies gather together (27th-30th June) to simulate their own use-cases using the CAP enabled SAMBRO. 771 more words

Common Alerting Protocol

Hit on paper, Right to Education Act falls flat on ground

The Right to Education Act is now in its 6th year of implementation. On paper the Act has done well as all the government-aided private schools are required to have 25% seats reserved for children from the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) families. 623 more words