Covid advance: Should you draw on your PF account?

On Monday, the Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (RPFO) enabled its more than 5 million subscribers to benefit from a second Covid-19 advance, the second wave of infections having affected families across the country. As members weigh their options, experts say EPF shouldn’t be the default option, but individuals should definitely …

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Patti James 2021 ATHENA winner!

(MURFREESBORO) The 2021 Rutherford Athena Award was presented to Patti James during a lunch on Thursday (6/3/2021) at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center. ATHENA 2021 President Julie Lewis notes: “As a leader, coach and mentor, James has inspired fierce advocacy with his style of collaboration in business and …

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“Can’t wait to see what Katie can do for us” – Taylor poised to reap rewards as Matchroom moves from Sky to DAZN

KATIE Taylor will hit a financial jackpot with a groundbreaking promotional deal announced this afternoon. Ddie Hearn’s Matchroom Sport organization – which promotes all of Taylor’s fights – has signed a five-year, multi-million dollar deal with global sports streaming company DAZN. Taylor will become the poster child for women’s boxing …

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Serena moves on, Bencic Falls

The obvious absence of the calendar for Day 4 at Roland-Garros was second seed Naomi Osaka. Controversy continues over media responsibilities and mandatory press obligations. Perhaps the best result is a frank conversation about mental health. Venus Williams suffered another first round loss, this time on the doubles court. Playing …

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From immediate relief to livelihood support, UN Women boosts investment and support for women and girls affected by COVID-19 in India – India

“It is women’s responsibility to maintain the social fabric – whether at home, in health centers and schools, or in caring for the elderly – all of this is unpaid care work (and it continues to increase) ”, explains Mita Lonkar of the Chaitanya Foundation in New Delhi, India, one …

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Following a Paiwan chief house

Elaine Wei’s documentary was slated to hit theaters last month when the epidemic hit – just the latest challenge in a turbulent seven-year life story filming shoot for Kuljelje Azangiljan By Han Cheung / Journalist Elaine Wei (魏 郁 蓁) did not stop filming when villagers called the police or …

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Is your company rehiring? Here are 3 benefits that can save your business money

(Photo: Shutterstock) Everything points to a significant hiring boom this spring / summer. In March, consumer confidence hit its highest level since the start of the pandemic while the International Monetary Fund recently predicted that the US economy would grow by more than 6% this year. In many industries that …

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New Nikon Z macro lenses close the major gap. And they have a fair price

The Nikon MC 105mm f2.8 VR S and Nikon MC 50mm f2.8 lenses are the first Z mount macro lenses. The Nikon Z system continues to take shape to become more attractive to professional photographers. The latest innovations continuing their progress concern two new Macro lenses. Today they are announcing …

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Devin Booker attributes his success to having a basketball legend “in your backyard”

Phoenix Suns goalie Devin Booker has rubbed shoulders with several impressive veterans during his six seasons in the NBA. He’s learned from guys like Tyson Chandler, Leandro Barbosa, Ricky Rubio, and now future Hall of Famer, Chris Paul. Over the course of his journey from the draft pick at the …

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The Goddess of the Council | The Argonaut Newsweekly

No boy is left behind I am a woman in my early twenties. I am considered pretty and I am in good shape. I started dating much older men (in their 40s and early 50s). I like them to be adults and I don’t become a girlfriend-slash-nanny, motivation coach and …

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