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ICICI, HDFC Bank cut bulk deposit rates by up to 0.25 percent

ICICI, HDFC Bank cut bulk deposit rates by up to 0.25 percent

30 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Leading private sector lenders ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank have cut rates by up to 0.25 percent on high value fixed deposit on select maturities, a move that could be a precursor to lower lending rates.

ICICI,   HDFC Bank,   banks cut rate,   repo rate decreased,   high value fixed deposit,   lower lending rates,  
Blackmoney: Swiss <strong>banks</strong> seek fresh undertakings from Indians

Blackmoney: Swiss banks seek fresh undertakings from Indians

29 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Seeking to come clean on illicit funds amid intense government pressure, Swiss banks have asked their Indian clients to provide fresh undertakings to ensure that untaxed money is not stashed in their accounts.

Black Money,   Swiss Bank,   Swiss accounts,   Switzerland,   India,  
RRBs with assets less than USD 175 million not to register with FATCA

RRBs with assets less than USD 175 million not to register with FATCA

29 Jan 2015

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank has exempted Regional Rural Banks with assets less than USD 175 million to register with the US Internal Revenue System under Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).

Regional Rural Banks,   RRBs,   Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act,   FATCA,   Internal Revenue System,   ,  
Rupee rebounds 26 paise against dollar; snaps 2-day losses

Rupee rebounds 26 paise against dollar; snaps 2-day losses

27 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Snapping its two-day losing streak, the rupee on Friday recovered 26 paise to end at 62.41 against the American currency on fresh selling of dollars by banks and exporters amid weakness in the greenback overseas.

Rupee rebounds,   Dollar,   American currency,   Greenback overseas,   Banks,   USA,  
Small-holder dairying has increased <strong>rural</strong> prosperity: NDDB

Small-holder dairying has increased rural prosperity: NDDB

26 Mar 2015

Vadodara: Small-holder dairying has proved to be an effective tool for increasing rural prosperity in parts of Asia, NDDB chairman T Nanda Kumar has said.

NDDB,   T Nanda Kumar,   Small holder dairying,   dairy industry in India,  
Small-holder dairying has increased <strong>rural</strong> prosperity: NDDB

Small-holder dairying has increased rural prosperity: NDDB

26 Mar 2015

Vadodara: Small-holder dairying has proved to be an effective tool for increasing  rural prosperity in parts of Asia, NDDB chairman T Nanda Kumar has said.

Small holder dairying,   increasing rural prosperity,   NDDB,   dairies,   small dairy farms,   dairy development,  
Government raises account opening target to 10 crore under PMJDY

Government raises account opening target to 10 crore under PMJDY

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Enthused by initial response, the government has revised upwards target for opening of accounts under Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) from 7.5 crore to 10 crore by January 26.

Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY),   Finance Minister Arun Jaitley,   Aadhar card,   Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) scheme,   Regional Rural Banks(RRBs),   National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM),  
Automatic info exchange talks with India at 'earliest': Swiss

Automatic info exchange talks with India at 'earliest': Swiss

22 Mar 2015

New Delhi/Berne: Keen to help in India's fight against black money menace, Switzerland has said talks on automatic exchange of tax information between the two countries will begin at the "earliest" once the domestic procedures are in place.

black money,   black money in Swiss banks,   Swiss banks,   india,  
Frauds worth Rs 11,022 crore detected in PSU <strong>banks</strong>

Frauds worth Rs 11,022 crore detected in PSU banks

22 Mar 2015

New Delhi: PSU banks have reported over 2,100 fraud cases involving a sum of Rs 11,022 crore in the first nine months of the ongoing fiscal, with PNB reporting the maximum number of such instances.

PNB,   PSU,   Punjab National Bank,   Reserve Bank,   Banks in India,  
New Zealand captain McCullum hails 'sublime' Guptill knock

New Zealand captain McCullum hails 'sublime' Guptill knock

21 Mar 2015

Wellington: New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum acclaimed opener Martin Guptill's World Cup record 237 not out against West Indies on Saturday as one of the best ever seen in one-day cricket.

Brendon McCullum,   Martin Guptill,   Quarter final,   World Cup record,   Wellington Regional Stadium,   West Indies,  

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