Deposits in Jan Dhan Yojana bank accounts surpass the Rs 1.5 trillion mark, was at Rs 1 trillion in August 2019
Deposits in Jan Dhan accounts, which was introduced roughly seven and a half years ago, have surpassed Rs 1.5 lakh crore
Reserve Bank of India steps in, says RBL Bank health status ‘stable’ after shares tank 25% following central bank’s action over weekend
The unanticipated RBI action followed by the tanking of the share price of RBL Bank pushed the panic button amongst investors and customers of the private sector lender.
The share price fell after a series of developments over the weekend where the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) sent a nominee to bank's board a day after the sudden departure of Vishwavir Ahuja as the bank's CEO.
Rakesh Tikait becomes professional aandolanjeevi, calls for a nationwide movement against privatisation of banks
After withdrawal of farm laws by the govt, Rakesh Tikait now announces protests against movement against privatisation of banks
Banks suffer due to bad loans, then economy suffers as banks lend less – Read how ‘Bad Bank’ will break this vicious cycle
NARCL is intended to resolve stressed loan assets above ₹500 crore each amounting to about ₹2 lakh crore in total
Capitol Hill riot fallout: Deutsche Bank and Signature Bank pulls back from doing business with Donald Trump
Deutsche Bank and Signature Bank have announced that they would not be doing business with Donald Trump and his company in the wake of riots at Capitol Hill
India Post Payments Bank launches digital payment service DakPay, here is a comprehensive guide on how to use it
DakPay app comes with a suite of digital financial and assisted banking services offered by India post and IPPB using the postal network
The gang used to target only the ATMs of the Canara Bank that are manufactured by the D-Bolt company.
Big relief by Modi govt for those who stopped paying EMIs during lockdown, no need to pay extra interest accumulated during this period
MSME, education, housing, vehicle, personal loans etc upto Rs 2 crore will attract only simple interest during the moratorium period
The perils of US hegemony, the petrodollar and the role India could play in the emergence of the New World Order
To achieve a more balanced world order, India undoubtedly needs to first grow militarily in view of the current geopolitical scenario which clearly indicates the possibility of global conflict is not too distant a future.