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10 Tips To Save Money Like Warren Buffett

posted Feb 22, 2015, 8:13 AM by Kewan Omer

nvestor Warren Buffett himself strongly believes in the value of saving, despite having billions of dollars to his name. You might want to pick up a pointer or two from one of the world’s richest men…

1. Be careful with your investments

Buffett has been quoted as saying that the first rule of investing is to “not lose money”. The billionaire has placed so much emphasis on this rule of investing, that his second rule is “not to forget rule number 1″. Do not get into debt unless you are absolutely sure that you can profit later on, he advises.

2. Do what you love.

Another tip from Buffett is to do something you love. Only then can you find satisfaction from work or your job. If it’s not so easy to just pack up and quit your current job, why not make a hobby out of what you love doing? And maybe try making just a little money out of it? Pursuing your passion can bring lots of fulfillment—and that is something no amount of money can buy.

3. Don’t purchase expensive toys.

Some people who successfully earn their first million dollars immediately purchase a luxury vehicle or an expensive toy. As a practitioner of frugal living, Buffett avoids luxuries such as yachts and luxury cars. For him, these expensive “toys” only cause headaches. Buffett advises investing extra cash in investments that can yield good interest rates instead.

4. Do not waste time.

To the Berkshire Hathaway CEO and founder, time is as valuable as money. When doing business negotiations, Buffett advises researching and making a decision in advance. He advises against any unnecessary talk, which he likens to “thumb sucking.” If you are making a business proposition, be straightforward and name your price straightaway. Buffet says he won’t talk with anyone unless they give him a price. He also makes decisions right on the spot.


37 dead in Bangladesh ferry accident

posted Feb 22, 2015, 8:07 AM by Kewan Omer



Dhaka, Bangladesh (CNN)At least 37 people died after a passenger ferry capsized in Bangladesh, and the death toll could rise, officials said Sunday.

The boat was packed with at least 100 people when it overturned on the Padma River in the Manikganj district north of the capital, Dhaka, local police Chief Bidhan Tripura said.

The double-decker ferry sank after it was hit by a cargo vessel around midday Sunday, police and witnesses said. Passengers on the ferry's lower deck may have been trapped when it sank, police said.

Many of those rescued were passengers on the upper deck who jumped into the river.

"We've recovered 29 bodies so far and the rescuers are still searching for missing passengers, dead or alive," Tripura said.

The deputy commissioner of Manikganj, Rashida Ferdouse, told CNN it is unclear how many passengers were on the ferry.

"Usually the ferry operators don't keep any records and we came to know from survivors that there were more than 100 people on board," she said.

At least seven children and 14 women were among the dead, she said.

Ferdouse, who also heads the district's administration, said officials had opened an operations center on the bank of the river, where they asked people to list the names of their missing relatives.

She said they had formed a five-member committee to investigate the mishap.

In August, there was another deadly ferry accident on the same river. Forty-five people died in that accident.

Overcrowding of ferries and poor monitoring systems are persistent problems in Bangladesh, which sees scores of casualties from ferry accidents every year.

A Seminar Was Held By The Faculty Of Agricultural

posted Jan 19, 2015, 12:10 AM by Kewan Omer

A seminar was held on Tuesday, 26 Oct. 2014, on the topic of " How to Use the University’s Website". It was prepared and presented by Dr. Choman Omar  who is an Lecturer at the University of Sulaimani, Faculty of Agricultural. The venue of the seminar was at the University of Sulaimani, College of Agricultural


A Seminar Was Held By The Faculty Of Engineering, Civil Engineering Department Staff

posted Jan 19, 2015, 12:08 AM by Kewan Omer

A seminar was held on Tuesday, 30 Oct. 2014, on the topic of ‘’ How to Use the University’s Website’’. It was prepared and presented by Mr. Zandy who is an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Sulaimani, Faculty of Engineering, Civil Engineering Department. The venue of the seminar was at the University of Sulaimani, Faculty Of Engineering


A Seminar Was Held By The College Of Commerce

posted Jan 19, 2015, 12:07 AM by Kewan Omer

A seminar was held on Tuesday, 29 Oct. 2014, on the topic of  " How to Use the University’s Website and what is the changes that is done in Website". It was prepared and presented by Mr. Hawkar Omar who is an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Sulaimani, College Of Commerce, Statistics and Computer Department. The venue of the seminar was at the University of Sulaimani, College of Commerce

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