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Maha polls: Election symbols range from wacky to weird!

MUMBAI: As polling day nears edgy political parties and nervous candidates pin hopes on their poll symbols which the voters may recall and help clinch the EVM count in their favour.

Kerala prepared for October 21 bypolls: Poll official

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:Kerala's Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Tika Ram Meena on Friday said all arrangements were in place for the smooth conduct of the by-elections to the five Assembly constituencies scheduled to be held on October 21.

Act Smartly and Reduce Home Loan EMI Even If Banks Don’t Lower down the Rates

In 2019, the Reserve Bank of India announced consecutive cuts in its repo rates, which ideally should have urged financial institutions to lower their lending rates for home loans and other advances. However, even with a repo rate cut of 50 basis points by the RBI and a consequent reduction in MCLR, many financial institutions have lowered their interest rates by only a small margin. This has led borrowers to seek other ways to reduce their home loan EMI.

Only 17% of banks have deployed digital at scale: Report

BENGALURU:Digital transformation in the banking industry has a long way to go as a new report has revealed that even today only 17 per cent of banks have succeeded in digitally transforming at scale.

Punjab & Sind Bank Delhi ienter Surjit Hockey semis

Former champions Punjab and Sind Bank Delhi  entered the semi-finals with better goal average from Indian Railways in the 36th Indian Oil Servo Surjit Hockey Tournament at Olympian Surjit Hockey Stadium in Jalandhar tonight.

Will PM reply to Manmohan, Rahul charges on economy?

MUMBAI:With the Congress firing repeated salvos at the BJP government ahead of the Maharashtra elections blaming it for the country's precarious economic situation, all eyes are on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's only rally in Mumbai on Friday evening for his response.

SC refuses to entertain plea on insuring PMC Bank customers

NEW DELHI:The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain plea seeking directions for redressal of certain aspects, including insuring around 15 lakh people whose money is blocked in the scam-hit Punjab & Maharashtra Co-operative Bank (PMC Bank).

Yogi to start campaign in Western UP today with 3 rallies

LUCKNOW:Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath kickstart BJP's election campaign in western Uttar Pradesh with three rallies on Friday.

Are data localisation norms in sync with India's Cloud vision?

NEW DELHI: As companies, as well as governments, around the world embrace Cloud computing, the growing demand for data localisation has put the service providers in a fix.

Sell assets to repay PMC Bank loans: HDIL promoters to ED

NEW DELHI:Facing imminent threat of more properties being attached by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in the Rs 4,335 crore Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank fraud case, the Housing Development and Infrastructure Limited (HDIL) promoters and directors have written to the probe agency, Mumbai Police and the RBI to sell the properties at fair market rates to repay the loans taken by the company.

IL&FS completes sale of wind energy assets to Orix

NEW DELHI: In a major development in the resolution of the crisis-hit IL&FS and its group entities, IL&FS on Thursday said that it has completed the sale of its wind energy assets to Orix Corporation of Japan for Rs 4,900 crore, helping the debt ridden company to resolve its debt of over Rs 4,300 crore.

Team cashless campaingn launched by Piyush Goyal & MS Dhoni

 SHIMLA:In an event held at New Delhi  organised by Mastercard India & Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) Union Minister Shri Piyush Goyal, Former Indian Cricket Team Captain Shri M. S. Dhoni, CAIT Secretary General Mr Praveen Khandelwal & Mastercard Co President South East Asia Mr. Ari Sarkar launched a “ Team Cashless Campaign “  which will be driven by both Mastercard & CAIT together across Country promoting adoption of  digital payments among traders & Consumers.

No end in sight to impasse over Telangana RTC strike

HYDERABAD:The indefinite strike by employees of Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) entered the 13th day on Thursday as no end appears in sight to the impasse despite High Court directions to both the government and employees to find a negotiated settlement.

No end in sight to impasse over Telangana RTC strike

HYDERABAD:The indefinite strike by employees of Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) entered the 13th day on Thursday as no end appears in sight to the impasse despite High Court directions to both the government and employees to find a negotiated settlement.

No end in sight to impasse over Telangana RTC strik

HYDERABAD:The indefinite strike by employees of Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) entered the 13th day on Thursday as no end appears in sight to the impasse despite High Court directions to both the government and employees to find a negotiated settlement.

PMC Bank scam accused custody extended, Singh non-cooperative

MUMBAI:The Mumbai Police's Economic Offences Wing (EOW) on Wednesday said Punjab & Maharashtra Cooperative Bank Ltd scam prime accused and its ex-chairman S. Waryam Singh is not cooperating with the probey.

Punjab Police, Army XI and Indian Oil in semis of Surjit Hockey

Holders Army XI Mumbai and Indian Oil Mumbai entered the semi finals of 36th Indian Oil Servo Surjit Hockey Tournament at Olympian Surjit Hockey Stadium in Jalandhar tonight. The match played between these two teams ended 1-1 draw.
In the second match in Pool B Punjab Police Jalandhar beat Air India Mumbai by 4-2  to reserve berth in the semi finals with 5 points in their account.

Operations may 'paralysed' due to strike: Bank of Baroda

MUMBAI:Bank of Baroda said in a regulatory filing on Wednesday that bank operations may get badly affected owing to the proposed strike by trade union organisations on October 22.

Manmohan left 'nasty stink of corruption' in public banking: Sitharaman

NEW YORK: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has accused former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of leaving behind "a nasty stink of corruption" in the public banking sector, which suffered its "worst phase" under him and former Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan.

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