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Jul 25, 2016
Weaker banks IOB, Central Bank to benefit from govt's capital infusion: Moody'sLast week, the government announced a Rs 22,915 crore capital infusion into 13 PSBs. Of this, IOB received Rs 3,101 crore and Central Bank got Rs 1,729 crore
Apr 01, 2016
#BadLoanBomb: 7,129 accounts, Rs 70,540 cr; here's the list of top wilful defaultersThe question is will the government and RBI walk the talk and clamp down on wilful defaulters?
Feb 10, 2016
Wake-up call for FM Jaitley: Banking crisis deepens as PSBs' bad loans shoot through the roofPunjab National Bank (PNB), India’s second largest state-run bank, logged gross non-performing assets (NPAs) of 8.47 per cent for the December-quarter. Bad loans are loans, where recovery is overdue more than 90 days.
Jun 08, 2015
Federal Bank cuts base rate by 25 bps to 9.95%Soon after RBI's second bi-monthly policy review for 2015-16 on 2 June, a number of banks, including largest public sector lender SBI, have cut the minimum lending rates.
Mar 19, 2015
Power sector total loan from banks at Rs 5.83 lakh cr, says GoyalIn a written reply to the Lok Sabha, Power Minister Piyush Goyal said while the RBI does not maintain details of loans received by the approved power projects, however, bank-wise information on loans outstanding to power sector was available.
Jan 05, 2015
CCI rejects Muthoot Mercantile's cartelisation charge against 12 banksArray
Dec 02, 2014
Public sector banks wrote off Rs 34,000 cr loan in FY 2014: SinhaIn percentage terms, the write-off constituted 34.05 percent of the total non-performing asset (NPA) reduction. During 2012-13 this was 37.65 percent.
Oct 31, 2014
UCO Bank sends notice to Kingfisher Airlines, asks why it shouldn't be classified as wilful defaulterThe bank has given the airline time to reply on why it should not be declared a 'wilful defaulter'.
Sep 12, 2014
FinMin seeks Cabinet nod to reduce stake in PSU banks to upto 52%In 2010, the then Cabinet had approved a proposal to keep the minimum shareholding of government to 58 per cent in the public sector banks in order to provide buffer for the future.
Sep 10, 2014
Trouble mounts for Vijay Mallya: Now SBI slaps wilful defaulter notice on KFASBI, which is the lead bank of a lender consortium to the crippled carrier, has an exposure of over Rs 1,600 crore