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PM released butterflies, prayed to Narmada on his 69th B'day

AHMEDABAD: From taking a stroll along the Sardar Sarovar Dam site, visiting a cactus garden in Narmada district, to releasing a basket full of fluttering butterflies into a Butterfly Garden in Kevadiya, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took part in numerous activities in Gujarat on Tuesday to mark his 69th birthday.

2 teenage boys critical after being shot in WB's Purulia

KOLKATA: Two school students are battling for their lives after being shot at by miscreants in Parbelia town of West Bengal's Purulia district, police said on Tuesday.

Banks' 2018-19 savings deposits up at Rs 39.72 lakh cr: RBI

MUMBAI:  Indian private and public sector banks (PSBs) had aggregate savings deposits of Rs 39.72 lakh crore as on March 31, 2019, while foreign banks had a share of Rs 58,630 crore, according to RBI data published in the Handbook of Statistics on Indian Economy 2018-19.

Disabled Success Stories Showcased

HYDERABAD: An Exhibition of Products Produced by Disabled is organised at the 3Day National Summit of and for Divyangan currently underway at Sharadhamam Shikshana Kendra, Bandlagua Jagir, Hyderabad.

VB attaches 59 properties worth 26 crore of former Chief Engineer of Punjab Mandi Board, GMADA

CHANDIGARH: Cracking the whip on the abuse of official power, Punjab Vigilance Bureau has attached fifty nine properties of former Chief Engineer of GMADA and Mandi Board Surinder Singh amounting to Rs.26 crore (approx) as per the orders of Mohali court under the provision of section 3 of the criminal law (Amendment) Ordinance 1944.

Infra funding will start post task force report: Sitharaman

CHENNAI: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday said the Central government will start funding infrastructure projects once the task force on the matter submits its report.

RBI external benchmark for bank loans credit negative: Moody's

MUMBAI: Moody's Investor Service on Tuesday said the RBI's mandate on aligning commercial bank floating loan rates to the external benchmark from next month is credit negative for Indian banks.

Govt plans to complete spectrum auction by Nov-end: Sources

NEW DELHI: The Department of Telecom plans to conclude spectrum auction by November 30 and the inter-ministerial panel, Digital Communications Commission, will meet after the third week of September to finalise the spectrum auction prices which are expected to be what the TRAI has recommended, highly placed sources said.

FM set to list actions of 100-days amid low macro stats

CHENNAI: Amid the economic slowdown plunging August sales of automobiles to the lowest since 1997-98 indicating further worsening of demand and investment, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will elaborate on the decisions and initiatives taken by the Modi2.0 government in last 100 days.

SBI cuts lending rates, home loans to get cheaper

MUMBAI: Country's largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) on Monday announced a reduction in its marginal cost-based lending rate or MCLR by 10 basis points across all tenors and has also reduced rates on term deposits.

100 days of Modi2.0: Kashmir remains point of focus

NEW DELHI: The one word that dominated the 100 days of Modi 2.0 report card was "nirnay" or decision. Clearly the idea was to showcase how the Narendra Modi government in its second avatar has been more decisive and bold in its approach.

AIPEF writes to union power minister against privatization

CHANDIGARH: All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) has urged R K Singh Union Power Minister to shelve   proposal of   handing over electricity supply business to private licensee or franchisee.

Chidambaram, Karti get bail reprieve

NEW DELHI:  Allowing anticipatory bails to former Finance Minister P Chidambaram and his son Karti Chidambaram, Special CBI Judge O.P. Saini said they couldn't commit the same crimes as they no more held a position in the government.

Wipro gets $300-million ICICI Bank deal via Vara Infotech

BENGALURU: Wipro secured a $300-million (Rs 2,156 crore) seven-year deal from the country's leading private sector bank ICICI Bank through Vara Infotech for providing a suite of services, said the IT major on Thursday.

Haryana waives off interest on co-op bank crop loans

CHANDIGARH:  Eyeing the upcoming assembly polls, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday announced a waiver of interest and penalty on crop loans of Rs 4,750 crore taken from Cooperative Banks under a one-time settlement scheme.

Tourism hit as uncertainty looms large in post-370 Kashmir

SRINAGAR:  Forty-seven-year-old Mohammad Sultan is a worried man. The Srinagar taxi owner bought a brand new Toyota Crysta car for Rs 19 lakh, exclusively for tourists right at the start of the Amarnath Yatra in July. He hoped to do some brisk business at the tourist taxi stand on the boulevard road. He paid Rs 10 lakh from his pocket and took a bank loan of another nine lakh. Little did he know that all his hopes would be dashed to the ground right in the middle of a thriving tourism season. For just when yatra had peaked, the news of scrapping of Article 370 came as a bolt from the blue bringing Kashmir to a halt and also its economy.

CBI conducts nationwide joint surprise checks in countrywide crack down

NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation is today conducting a special drive on anti corruption work. Under this drive, more than 150 Joint Surprise Checks(JSCs) at various places of suspected corruption across the the country is being undertaken in association with the Vigilance Officers of concerned Government departments, Ministries and organisations. Action is inconsonance with the CBI mandate of anti corruption work.

Pakistan observes Kashmir Hour

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday observed "Kashmir Hour" and the national anthems of the country and "Azad Jammu and Kashmir" (AJK) were played nationwide in a show of solidarity with Kashmiris.

JAC to oppose any forceful physical possession colleges by the bank for the Non-Payment of Loan

MOHALI: Joint Action Committee (JAC) compromising of 13 different associations has decided to oppose any forceful physical possession by bank in any Unaided College of Punjab where already Students are studying.

Sterling Biotech: Ahmed Patel's son to be quizzed by ED

NEW DELHI:  Senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel's son Faisal Patel reached the Enforcement Directorate office for questioning here on Thursday in the alleged case of multi-crore bank fraud and money-laundering by the Gujarat-based Sterling Biotech.


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