Why do Indian companies want to raise funds in abroad?

One of the strong reason behind this is their Cost of capital which is much more higher if the funds are raised in India. Rates of deposits & of borrowings are around 2%-3% & 4%-5% respectively in developed countries like USA, UK, France..

Hence Indian companies can easily borrow or raise funds from the above mentioned countries at an interest rate of around 6%-7% annually but at the same time borrowing funds from Indian banks or institutions can cost them around 10%-12% per annum..

Is Dragon Ball Super really that bad, or do people just have unreasonably high expectations for the new series?

Many people’s views are blinded by childhood sentiment, and the fact that many watched the English dub which messed around with the material a lot. So then when they witness, DBS, it’s a shock for them.

In reality though, DBS is much better than DBZ was. No more pacing issues, repetitiveness (the sum of the Cell and Buu Sagas was playing hide and seek whilst powering up over each other) and more alignment when it comes to Goku’s true character from the manga. But it’s OK, they’ll get over it…

Is the Investigative Committee similar to the FBI in operation and appearance?

This answer is a bit complicated to say the least. You ask me “Is the Investigative Committee similar to the FBI in operation and appearance?” The answer is “it could be, but (and this is a big but) you did not specify the “Investigative Committee”, you are referring to.

A LITTLE HISTORY: (1) Investigative Committee in the UK commonly referred to as “General Medical Council, (UK).”

(2) In the USA there are in fact many different kinds of “Investigations and bodies that perform them as follows”. LEGISLATIVE INVESTIGATION, is a formal inquiry, conducted by a legislative body exercising its legislative authority. A legislature has many of the judicial or quasi judicial powers as a court, to support a legislative inquiry, including but not limited to, “subpoena and cross-examine a witness and to hold a witness in contempt.”

(3) The United States Senate also has the power to conduct investigations. The authority of Congress to investigate is an implied constitutional power. One of our founding forefathers, said something like, James Madison anticipated the significance of congressional inquiry in Federalist 51 when he urged: “In framing a government which is to be administered by men over men…you first must first enable the government to control the governed; and in the next place oblige it to control itself.” These type of investigations are different from regular criminal investigations.

As far back as I have researched, Senate Investigations date back to around 1792 when the House passed a resolution to examine the disastrous St. Clair expedition. Congress has conducted many investigations since its inception but these investigations at the very best, “have managed to achieve a level of bipartisanship to maintain credibility in our government.” (Sort of!)

Particularly during the second half of the 20th century, senators and their committee staff have honed their public relations skills to attract press coverage and hold public attention. Historically significant Senate investigations have uncovered wrongdoing, have punished transgressors, and have produced legislation aimed at prohibiting similar abuse in the future. (But in real life you find that our government is infected with a cancer called corruption, most of the later investigations only address new legislation aimed at prohibiting further abuse, but our own government cover-up for the abusers is they are (a) a government entity, or employee. (b) Rich!)

NOW THAT BEING SAID, INVESTIGATIONS & OVERSIGHT; The Constitution says nothing about congressional investigations and oversight, but the authority to conduct investigations is implied since Congress possesses “all legislative powers.” The Supreme Court determined that the framers intended for Congress to seek out information when crafting or reviewing legislation. George Madison of Virginia said at the Federal Convention that Members of Congress “are not only Legislators but they possess inquisitional powers. They must frequently inspect the Conduct of the public offices.”

(4) The FBI conducts mostly criminal investigations against many different threats against the United States, (Terrorism, Corruption, Civil Rights Violations, and others.) Although getting the FBI to legally act against one of their own is not easy, even when one has thousands of pages and voice recordings against them. We have found that FBI agents hide inside their offices instead of answering legal documents/questions!

So yes the investigation can be similar yet they can be very different! FBI can not prosecute anyone “investigate and arrest yes, the State's Attorney, through the Courts will prosecute”. Hope this helps, should you have specific questions please contact me again. (Please do not hold some of the dates addressed here against me if they are a little off, I wrote they off the top of my head!)

Why is there no good screening for ovarian cancer?

Because we can’t perform laparoscopy on every women we want to screen.

There is no specific blood test, even docs erroneously order CA125 test and believe they do something useful, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc… found:

Results: The study comprised 799 patients; 751 (94%) were female and 48 (6%) male; 221 (29%) females and 22 (46%) males had an abnormal result. CA125 was mainly used to investigate a wide range of signs and symptoms, and few tests were for follow up or screening of ovarian cancer. In female patients having a CA125 for suspicion of malignancy/ovarian cancer, only 39 (20%) of the abnormal results were caused by ovarian cancer. False positive results were largely caused by another malignancy (48 cases; 26%), benign ovarian disease (26 cases; 14%), and benign gynaecological conditions, particularly leiomyomas (18 cases; 9%). The specificity of CA125 for ovarian cancer increased with concentrations >1000 kU/litre.

Conclusions: These results confirm the high false positive rate and poor sensitivity and specificity associated with CA125. The substantial inappropriate usage of CA125 has led to results that are useless to the clinician, have cost implications, and add to patient anxiety and clinical uncertainty.

Using annual transvaginal echography to look for ovarian cancer hasn’t improved survival either, if this much more sensitive method doesn’t improve survival, pelvic exams won’t either, you can wel imagine.

From Ovarian, Fallopian Tube, and Primary Peritoneal Cancer Screening

Screening tests have not been shown to decrease the chance of dying from ovarian cancer.

Remember, screening is done to lower mortality from a disease, this statement explains why Dutch oncologic gynecologist scoff at the US idea that combined CA125 and pelvic echography would be valuable to screen for ovarian cancer.
Because of this in The Netherlands women carrying the BRCA gene predisposing for breast/ovarian cancer are recommended to remove their ovaries (oophorectomy) after having completed their family (at 35 yo), in spite of negative health consequences of having such an early surgical menopause. Removing the ovaries also lowers their risk for breast cancer, based on this 2014 paper Prophylactic Oophorectomy in BRCA1 Mutation Carriers Should Be Performed by Age 35 which found

Prophylactic oophorectomy reduced the risk of death by any cause by 77% (largely by lowering the risks of ovarian, fallopian tube, peritoneal, and breast cancers). Dr Narod noted that the 77% risk decrease is even greater than the benefit of chemotherapy, and was equally strong for both BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutation carriers.

What was the Lowland Hundred?

The Lowland Hundred is a legendary ancient sunken kingdom said to have occupied a tract of fertile land lying between Ramsey Island and Bardsey Island in what is now Cardigan Bay to the west of Wales. It has been described as a "Welsh Atlantis" and has featured in folklore, literature and song.

(Photo used with Creative Commons Attribution)

Also, the Lowland 100 is a very nice yacht.

Which metal is used in household wiring?

Cooper is the best for wiring but aluminium is widely used due to lower costs. The losses in wiring is due to the heat produced during flow of current through it,given by I^2.R

In case of copper , resistance (R) is lower than aluminium which reduces the loss, thus reducing the electricity bill in the long run.

Is screen mirroring possible with the Moto G5 Plus?

Yes it is , but for that you need specific hardware to support screen mirroring and the screen ( or Chromecast or whatever other hardware you have connected to the TV to use screen mirroring ) and the phone ( here the Moto G5/G4 Plus ) should be connected to the same Wi-Fi network .

Now , to use it , in the phone , go to Settings > Display > Cast , and in that you will find your screen’s name if you have the hardware and software configured correctly . Just click on the name of the device and it should display your screen on your phone in it's current orientation on the screen you mirrored it to .

Hope this helps …..