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The Hindu’s deputy editor claims ‘while corporate loans are written off, properties of middle-class defaulters are being auctioned’: Here is what she won’t tell...

In a post on X, Vijaita Singh wrote, "While  corporate loans are written off, homes and land of middle-class people who default on loans are attached and auctioned by banks. List of properties to be auctioned by Canara Bank in Bihar."

State-run banks recover Rs 6.4 lakh crore bad loans, and written-off loans since FY15 even as opposition creates confusion between ‘loan waiver’ and ‘loan...

Provision coverage ratio of the state-run banks has improved to 86. 9% at the end of March 2022 from 46% at the end of March 2015.

Rajasthan: Congress government reneges on its promise, says it never promised loan waiver to all farmers

A report published in Aaj Tak says farmers in Rajasthan are receiving attachment notices asking them to pay their dues or face foreclosure.

While holidaying in Italy, Rahul Gandhi decides to create chaos in India by spreading fake news about loan write-offs: Details

Rahul Gandhi does not understand the difference between a loan 'write-off' and a loan 'waiver'

While Imran Khan continues his rants against Emmanuel Macron, Pakistan govt expects debt relief of around $300 million from France

Pakistani PM Imran Khan and Pakistan citizens have been dissing about France after Emmanuel Macron criticised radical Islam

Finance ministry issues guidelines for interest waiver scheme during the lockdown period- Read details

The govt will pay the difference between simple and compound interest from March to August under compound interest waiver scheme

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

Patanjali paid the dues of Ruchi Soya after acquiring it, Congress party falsely accuses RBI of writing off the loan of ‘rich capitalist’

Ruchi Soya was listed as defaulter as on 20 September 30, Patanjali had acquired it in December and paid all the loans

Bollywood entertainer Richa Chadha wants RBI to ‘write off’ everyone’s EMI. Here is why it is not possible, ever

The Reserve Bank of India doesn't write off loans. It is the banks that write off the loans that are granted by them. And write off does not mean waive off.

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