Petrol price hiked by 14 paise/litre, diesel cut by 10 paise
October 4, 2016

New Delhi | (PTK): Petrol price hiked by 14 paise, diesel by 10 paise due to increase in dealers commission. (PTK)  

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September 1, 2016

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RBI imposes Rs 2-crore penalty on HDFC Bank
July 25, 2016

Mumbai:  Reserve Bank has imposed a penalty of Rs 2 crore on HDFC Bank for lapses in adhering to Know Your Customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) norms. The RBI has also slapped a fine of Rs 5 crore on Bank of Baroda (BoB) over Rs 6,100-crore scandal exposed last year. Further to the media reports in October 2015 about irregularities in advance import remittances in various.

Chairman JK Bank briefs Governor
February 23, 2016

Mushtaq Ahmad, Chairman, Jammu and Kashmir Bank, called on Governor N N Vohra, at the Raj Bhavan, here today and apprised him about Bank’s financial results for the 3rd Quarter.   The Governor complimented Chairman Mushtaq Ahmad over the “significant enhancements achieved in several areas of functioning during the 3rd Quarter, particularly in regard to the reduction in the percentage of net NPAs.” The.

UNION BUDGET 2016 : Handicraft exporters demand incentives
February 23, 2016

Ahead of the budget, handicraft exporters have demanded incentives such as opening of warehouses in major markets, exemption from service tax and inclusion of artisans in MNREGA. The exporters have also demanded restoration of interest subvention scheme in the Union budget to be presented on February 29. Pitching for exemption to handicraft exports from service tax, the Export Promotion Council For.

Jat agitation: North India may face Rs 34,000 cr loss, price rise
February 23, 2016

North Indian states are likely to incur a loss of Rs 34,000 crore to the economic activity due to Jat agitation, PHD Chamber has said, observing, prices of essential commodities may rise due to supply constraints. “There is a huge loss of the economic activity not only in the state of Haryana but across the Northern states of India. As supply of the essential items has been severely impacted,.