Which Country recently created the world’s first cloned wild Arctic wolf ‘Maya’ ?
For the first time in the world, a wild Arctic wolf was successfully cloned by a Beijing-based gene firm. The cloning of the Arctic wolf, also called polar or white wolf, is considered a milestone achievement in saving rare and endangered species through cloning technology. The Arctic wolf is native to the High Arctic tundra of Canada’s Queen Elizabeth Islands. The wolf's name is Maya and she’s in good health according to the company. The donor cell of the wolf came from the skin sample of a wild female Arctic wolf and its oocyte was captured from a female dog. About Arctic wolf The arctic wolf is also called a polar or white wolf. It is a subspecies of the grey wolf found in the High Arctic tundra region of Canada’s Queen Elizabeth Island. Arctic wolves spend their lives north of the northern treeline. The animal is medium-sized and distinguished from the northwestern wolf by its smaller size, narrower braincase, white coloration, and larger carnassials.
What is the value of the bond whose Face value is Rs.1000 having a coupon rate of 10% when the required rate of return is 14%?
The conversion of insurance companies from mutual companies owned by their policyholders into publicly traded stock companies is termed as?
Which type of insurance usually requires higher premium ?
Identify the scenario where a debate on the need for insurance is not required.
Insurance is, thus, a financial tool specially created to reduce the financial impact of unforeseen events and to create______.
The coinsurance is specified by which of the following term?
Once an insurance company has paid up to the limit, it will pay no more during that year is known as ____________?
Any such transaction, in which any property is transferred in the name of one person and payment is made by another person is known as?
In which year New India Assurance Co Ltd nationalized?
Which section of the Indian Insurance Act 1938 provides for nomination of a person?