Puneetkumar Pattar

  • Jun 22, 2014 10:39:00 AM
    After a long break post the first session of the Crayons of Hope program, I returned to the school that I am affiliated with for the second session. A good number of students had left the school due to reasons like parents' transfer, relocation, etc. But then, more than 70% students were present. A few more students expressed interest to join and got in.The kids were extremely joyed when I told them the meanings of their names. Most of them had faced difficulty in the 1st session when we had a d...
  • May 30, 2014 8:24:00 AM
    Published on Moneylife at http://moneylife.in/article/debit-card-annual-fees-why-most-customers-shouldnt-be-charged/37624.htmlThe banking industry has evolved in a great way and today, we are almost at a stage where everyone has a bank account. Those of us living in cities could be having 2 and those living in metros could have 3-5 accounts. I remember reading somewhere that the upper middle class has at least 6 bank accounts per family. From being a privilege for the wealthy and for those worki...
  • Apr 30, 2014 5:15:00 AM
    Dear Ms BatraVikram is a hero and I salute you and all the mothers who toil day in and day out to ensure good upbringing of their children. I had this dream to join the Armed Forces but despite all efforts, I wasn't blessed with this supreme profession. I was in school when the Kargil war happened. Being an army school, we were extremely concerned with what happened in Kashmir as many of our alumni were right up there. Nobody joins the Army to get name, fame, money, or Godliness for their famili...