Jan 27, 2012

Kanika Tiwari : Hritik Roshan's Sister in AGNEEPATH - Photos and Videos

Kanika Tiwari, a 15-year-old girl from Sharda Vidya Mandir in Bhopal, is a lucky girl. She was selected to perform the role of superstar Hrithik Roshan's sister in the much-talked about 'Agneepath' movie as Shiksha.

Interview of  Kanika Tiwari from movie Agnnepath as Hritik Roshan's Sister (Shiksha sister of Vijay Deenanath Chauhan)

Jan 17, 2012

Cartoons by Raj Thackeray (caricature collection)

Here is some collection of cartoons sketched by Raj Thakeray. These cartoon by Raj Thakeray includes Mahatma Gandi, Indira Gandhi, Lata Mangeshkar, M F Hussain, Pawar, Balasaheb Thakeray ... and list goes on...

Jan 12, 2012

State Bank of India's Gift for New Year

Country's largest public sector bank State Bank of India has given its customers the very big gift for the new year 2012. Now customers can get a home loan at 50 per cent discount on processing fees. So they will have only half the fee.

Bank fees Rs. 20,000 for  Rs 75 lakh home loan borrowers has been reduced to Rs 10,000. Similarly, for 30 to 50 lakhs amount, its Rs 6,500. However, for lesser amount of loan, procession fee will be 0.25 percent.

With this 50 lakhs loan from the State Bank, the processing fee will be only Rs 6,500, while ICICI Bank and Axis Bank its Rs 25,000 and HDFC Bank takes Rs 10,000.

Jan 7, 2012



Banking is as old as our civilization. The ancient Romans developed an advanced banking system to serve their vast trade network, which extended throughout Europe, Asia and much of Africa in 395 A.D. The Roman Empire split later into eastern and western sections. The west Roman Empire fell in the late 400 A.D. and most of the trade and financial networks were destroyed and banking almost diapered from Western Europe. However the Justinian code, a collection of laws issued in 500 A.D in the east Roman Empire included many banking laws. 

Modern banking began to develop between the 1200's and 1600's in Italy. Earlier the bankers conducted their banking business sitting on a bench in the streets, which was known as BANCO or BANCA in Italy. Later large banking firms were established in Florence, Rome, Venice and other Italian cities and banking activities slowly spread through out Europe. Since 1960' s banking has become much more international in