Current Gold Prices In India


Current Gold Prices In India

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  • Of all the precious metals, gold is the most popular as an investment. Investors generally buy gold as a hedge or safe haven against any economic, political, social, or fiat currency crises (including investment market declines, burgeoning national debt, currency failure, inflation, war and
  • (Gold price) The gold price is fixed daily at 10.30 a.m and at 3.00 p.m. in London (London gold fixing).
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Hundreds of drug treatment tables, with indexed trade names and updated prices – plus helpful diagnostic and treatment algorithms
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Extensive revision of medical and surgical conditions of pregnancy
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199: The 2010 Quiz

199: The 2010 Quiz
The 2010 Quiz: What Next? We trust that this "ATCA 2010 Quiz" finds you in excellent spirits. We wish you and your family the very best for the year ahead and hope you will enjoy playing this quiz. To begin with, ATCA presents a forward analysis of 2010 divided into nine sections:

i. Zeitgeist: Spiritual and Environmental Awakening;
ii. Green Technology, Lifestyle and Sustainability;
iii. Healthcare and Progress Above The Poverty Line;
iv. Digital, Nano and Robo Tech;
v. Shift in the Balance of Power;
vi. Growth Post Financial Shock;
vii. Sovereign Bond Yields and Debt Trap;
viii. China Mismatch; and
ix. Currency Turmoil, Gold and Inflation.

To play the "ATCA 2010 Quiz" just solve:

x. The Black Swan Mystery and Rank Order of Priority of the nine sections.


One of the many lessons of recent years is that if something does not happen immediately, it does not mean that it will not happen at all. For example, ATCA had noted gravity-defying unsustainable challenges to economic fundamentals in 2005, 2006 and the first half of 2007. These together became The Great Unwind and The Great Reset that unfolded subsequently. Although they were not a surprise, their scale, speed, severity and synchronicity were breathtaking. Many signs and signatures that we have noted over the years, have taken some time to manifest: this coming year may be no exception. The following outcomes are anticipated by the mi2g Intelligence Unit (mIU) and the ATCA Research and Analysis Wing (A-RAW):

i. Zeitgeist: Spiritual and Environmental Awakening

Spiritual and environmental awakening at an individual level and stake-holder activism at a group level is going to become much more pronounced in 2010 as people continue to connect with each other around the world in their billions and have more accurate information at their finger-tips. The perceived truth is increasingly an amalgam of alternative perspectives in regard to events and personalities obtained through mobile devices, social media, micro-blogging and other personalised expression outlets heralding the step-by-step decline in influence of newspapers and other traditional media.

The intelligence accessible via powerful online search engines, roaming mobile telephony and trans-national independent digital networks is delivering much more by way of protecting human rights, raising awareness amongst the masses, promoting democracy and the values of liberty, equality and fraternity, in comparison to the global confrontations orchestrated to achieve just that.

The more that humanity communicates and connects, the more it bonds to move beyond physical and intellectual differences towards realising the collective universal consciousness or the Omega Point. As global dialogue develops, greater connectivity, introspection and inner progress is likely to yield further rewards in mutual understanding, forgiveness, tolerance, compassion and mercy towards all fellow sentient beings and our united ecology.

ii. Green Technology, Lifestyle and Sustainability

Green technology is poised to take another massive step forward as individual lifestyles begin to modify significantly as a result of greater consciousness. Not only is the new technology evolution, in some specific cases, surpassing traditional fossil fuel alternatives, but post Copenhagen, many governments, businesses and individuals appear ready to make green technology and sustainability their immediate focus of attention.

We predict the rise of CSOs – Chief Sustainability Officers – at most major businesses over the next few years. Watch out for further greening of the corporate world, as it tries to reinvent itself in the face of pressure from its major stakeholders and the large pension funds’ awakened sense of fiduciary responsibility towards the next generation.

The rise of electric, hybrid, solar, hydrogen, wind, geo-thermal, hydro and tidal power as well as alternative clean fuels is inevitable and necessary to balance the over-dependence on unclean fossil fuels from an energy security perspective and the huge environmental degradation caused by industrial pollution.

Governments also wish to be seen to be getting greener in the area of clean energy production, distribution and consumption as well as coming up with inventive policies on taxation and resource allocation. Locally generated clean energy solutions may be preferred by discerning users in favour of centrally produced traditional energy solutions. These developments are already visible in the proliferation of local waste-to-energy recycling solutions and sustainable methodologies on the one hand and eco-friendly infrastructure investments on the other. Nuclear technology is also likely to be touted and embraced as a solution — once again — but it may not live up to expectations as the true cost and ten-to-fifteen year output delay of new nuclear programmes is determined, including the cost of processing the radioactive waste


THE UNITED NATIONS was created to prevent war by providing Governments with means for regular contact, cooperation and collective actions. Though international conflicts have continued, over the last 50 years Governments have been able to agree on common positions in a surprising number of matters. In the process, the essential foundations for a peaceful world have been strengthened. The United Nations system has become the world’s main source of international law, codifying and creating more of it in five decades than in all previous history. In the area of human rights, its work has been pioneering. The protection of human rights are acknowledged now to be a legitimate concern of the international community: global standars have been set and binding agreements negociated for observance of awide range of basic rights.

The United Nations has eased the passage to freedom of millions of people in former colonial territories, and focused international attention and support for ancient societies transforming themselves with modern science and technology. It has led a worldwide cooperative effort to deal with such urgent problems as population growth and environmental hazards, the effects of which transcend all national borders. For millions caught unprotected in the tumultuous processes of change – poor children, political refugees, victims of disaster – the Organization has brough the healing touch of attention and care. The chronology below is by no means a comprehensive listing; it merely indicates the vast scope of United Nations activities over the last five decades.

(1945 – 1950)

1945 – On June 26 the Charter of the United Nations is signed in San Francisco. The second world war has ended in Europe but continues in Asia; its end there coincides with the terrible dawn of the nuclear age. The U.N., created in October 24, is at the center of a system of specialized agencies, some newly founded, others created decades earlier.

1946 – In January, the General Assembly meets for the first time, in London, and elects the members of the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, and the International Court of Justice. The first resolution the Assembly adopts is on disarmament, on the peaceful use of nuclear energy. Over the next four decades, as the arms race spirals upward, the organization keeps the problem high on the international agenda. Other major problems considered by the first Assembly: decolonization, racial discrimination in South Africa, and the growing violence between Arabs and Jews in Palestine. In October the Assembly meets in New York, picked as headquarters for the organization. It establishes the United Nations Children’s Fund. The Trusteebip Council is set up.

1947 – The Assembly adopts a plan that would, at the end of the British Mandate in Palestine in 1948, partition it into an Arab State and a Jewish State with Jerusalem under U.N. administration. The organization’s involvement in the region continues unabated over the next five decades as it seeks peace with equity for all parties involved.

1948 – The Universal Declaration of human rights is adopted without opposition in the Assembly, making the first time in history that such a document is endorsed by the international community. The cold war is at its height and the Secretary-General reports that the U.N. is virtually the only place where East and West have regular contact. U.N. military observers are sent to the Middle East and South of Asia. International statistical services are resumed after an interruption of almost a decade as the U.N. Secretariat begins to collect, analyze, and publish dat from around the world.

1949 – Consultations initiated at the U.N. lead to a resolution of the crisis over Western access to the divided city of Berlin. The Assembly creates an agency to look after the welfare of the hundreds of thousand of Palestinian refugees in the Middle East. The U.N. and the specialized agencies begin the Expanded Program of Technical Assistance to help economic and social development in poorer countries. Experts from more than 50 countries attend the U.N. Scientific Conference on Conservation and Utilization of Resources.

1950 – The Security Council calls on member states to help the southern part of Korea repel invasion from the north. (The Soviet Union is absent from the Council then, in protest against the exclusion of the People’s Republic of China from the U.N.). At the initiative of the U.N., the World Census Program gets under way, aiming at a global head-count every decade: the first such assessment in history. The U.N. Cartographic Office is set up and coordinates with governments involved in producing a map of the world on the millionth scale. The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) adopts the Standard International Trade Classification, the basis on which all statistics on world trade are now gathered.

1951- The Oficce of U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, established by the Gen

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Hundreds of drug treatment tables, with indexed trade names and updated prices – plus helpful diagnostic and treatment algorithms
Recent references with PMID numbers for fast access to abstracts or full-text articles
ICD-9 codes listed on the inside covers
Five online-only chapters available at no additional cost at
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Substantially updated treatment sections: HIV infections and AIDS and advances in therapy for breast cancer in women
Updated section on immunization requirements
New CMDT Online chapter on Sports Medicine and Outpatient Orthopedics