Home loans for affordable housing to get cheaper as SBI, HDFC, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank slash rates. Axis Bank on Thursday announced 30 basis points (bps) reduction in its home loan interest rates to promote affordable housing finance. The revised rates will be available with effect from May 16.
Private sector lender ICICI Bank on May 15 reduced its interest rates by up to 30 bps for home loans of up to Rs 30 lakh. HDFC reduced its rates for women borrowers to 8.35 per cent and others to 8.40 per cent for home loans of up to Rs 30 lakh.
State Bank of India (SBI) had announced a reduction in the home loan rates by 25 bps from 8.60 per cent to 8.35 per cent per annum. SBI, was the first to reduce interest rates on home loans earlier this month, followed by ICICI and HDFC.
Curd is a delicious and nutritious coolant that helps to keeps you hydrated throughout summer. It is one of the richest sources of calcium, a good source of protein, has vitamin D, vitamin B12, zinc and phosphorus. Adding curd to your meal is beneficial for your health and helps to keep you cool during summer. You can make a glass of lassi, or just add some fruits to make it delicious and lip smacking.
Applying curd on skin, enhance your beauty by making your skin smooth and soft. Vitamin E, zinc and phosphorus present in the curd will improve your complexion.
Having a small cup of curd or dahi will give a better relief from dysentery. Daily consumption of curd will help to prevent diseases like osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. Helps in strengthening your bones and teeth. It helps in curing many stomach infections including H.pylori infection. It also manages blood pressure and promotes heart health.
Just have chilled curd or dahi when you are tired and experience yourself why curd is a must-have during summer.
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The Indian women’s cricket team partnership score is the first 300 plus stand in Women’s ODIs. The base for this record score was setup by openers Deepti Sharma and Punam Raut who combined for a women’s world record of 320-run stand for the opening wicket with Sharma scoring 188 and Raut scoring 109.
Indian women’s cricket team posted their highest ever team total, surpassing their previous best of 298 for two against West Indies women made in 2004. India scored 358 for three in match eight of the Women’s Quadrangular series at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom against Ireland women.
Sharma’s score of 188, that came in 160 deliveries with the help of 27 fours and two sixes, is now the highest individual score by an Indian women’s cricketer. India’s previous highest individual score was 138 not out made by Jaya Sharma against Pakistan women at Karachi in 2005.
India women went on to beat Ireland women by 249 – the six largest victory (runs) in Women’s ODIs – bundling out their opposition for 109 runs.
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