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Punjab Cricket Association's new international stadium to be named after late Patiala ruler who played a Test for India
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Punjab Cricket Association's new international stadium to be named after late Patiala ruler who played a Test for India

The Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) has decided to name its new stadium in Mullanpur after the last ruler of erstwhile Patiala state, late Maharaja Yadavindra Singh, who played a Test match for India in 1934.

Tony Irish steps down as CEO of Professional Cricketers' Association citing personal reasons
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Tony Irish steps down as CEO of Professional Cricketers' Association citing personal reasons

Irish, who was with with the South African Cricketers' Association for 17 years, had joined PCA in January but has now decided to go back home.

The Hundred: Male cricketers to be docked 20 percent pay in 2021, players to receive 11.5 percent of first year fee, says ECB
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The Hundred: Male cricketers to be docked 20 percent pay in 2021, players to receive 11.5 percent of first year fee, says ECB

The decision was reached after negotiations between ECB and the Professional Cricketers' Association (PCA).

Indian Overseas Bank to receive fresh capital infusion of Rs 4,360 cr from govt this financial year
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Indian Overseas Bank to receive fresh capital infusion of Rs 4,360 cr from govt this financial year

Indian Overseas Bank has reported widening of net loss to Rs 2,253.64 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2019.

PNB, UBI, OBC merger: Outside expert may be roped in to decide logo of new merged entity
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PNB, UBI, OBC merger: Outside expert may be roped in to decide logo of new merged entity

The proposed merger, expected to be effective from 1 April next year, will lead to the creation of the country's second-largest lender after State Bank of India, with a total business volume of about Rs 18 lakh crore

Union Budget 2019: Nirmala Sitharaman presents ‘no-change’ Budget; one mustn't read too much into numbers
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Union Budget 2019: Nirmala Sitharaman presents ‘no-change’ Budget; one mustn't read too much into numbers

The Budget speech had spoken of what all has been given in the interim Budget and not made any concession here. Therefore, there is nothing specific for households here.

Six months into Shaktikanta Das’ term in Reserve Bank, the central bank is a tamed, friendly beast for the govt
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Six months into Shaktikanta Das’ term in Reserve Bank, the central bank is a tamed, friendly beast for the govt

During the course of Urjit Patel’s tenure, the RBI repeatedly reminded the government about why it should be left alone to do its job

Expect to come out of PCA framework in second quarter current financial year: United Bank of India MD
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Expect to come out of PCA framework in second quarter current financial year: United Bank of India MD

Pradhan said UBI is not growing due to lack of capital. Last year the bank got Rs 5000 crore which will help us to meet the regulatory requirements, Pradhan said

Allahabad Bank looking at raising capital next fiscal; weighs options to dilute stake in insurance JV, sell non-core assets
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Allahabad Bank looking at raising capital next fiscal; weighs options to dilute stake in insurance JV, sell non-core assets

Allahabad Bank and others like Indian Overseas Bank, Karnataka Bank and Dabur which had formed the non-life insurance company Universal Sompo had already appointed a consultant for the valuation of the JV.

Govt's fund infusion into PSBs not sufficient to support lending growth, additional $23 bn required in 2019: Fitch
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Govt's fund infusion into PSBs not sufficient to support lending growth, additional $23 bn required in 2019: Fitch

The finance ministry last week announced infusion of Rs 48,239 crore fund in 12 public sector banks in this fiscal to help them maintain regulatory capital requirements and finance growth plans.

Shares of state-run banks jump after government announces fund infusion as part of recapitalisation programme
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Shares of state-run banks jump after government announces fund infusion as part of recapitalisation programme

Shares of India’s state-run banks jumped on Thursday, a day after the government said it will inject 482.39 billion rupees ($6.79 billion) into some lenders

Pulwama terror attack: KSCA latest to pull down pictures of Pakistani cricketers in 'strong protest' against incident
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Pulwama terror attack: KSCA latest to pull down pictures of Pakistani cricketers in 'strong protest' against incident

Following the footsteps of the Cricket Club of India as well as the state cricket associations of Punjab and Rajasthan, portraits of Pakistani cricketers were pulled down at the Karnataka State Cricket Association on Tuesday in protest against the Pulwama terror attack.

Firstpost Spodcast Episode 145: Chris Gayle ODI retirement, Real Madrid's shock defeat to Girona and more
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Firstpost Spodcast Episode 145: Chris Gayle ODI retirement, Real Madrid's shock defeat to Girona and more

Welcome to Spodcast, where we cover the big sports headlines of the day. Today, we discuss Chris Gayle's announcement of retirement from ODI cricket after 2019 World Cup, Real Madrid's shock loss to Girona in LaLiga and other news stories.

Pulwama terror attack: PCB says covering of Imran Khan pictures in India regrettable, will take up matter with BCCI
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Pulwama terror attack: PCB says covering of Imran Khan pictures in India regrettable, will take up matter with BCCI

The Pakistan Cricket Board has said it will take up with the BCCI the "regrettable" removal of pictures of its former players at a couple of venues in India, owing to the Pulwama terror attack, during an ICC meeting next month.

Listen: Full script of Episode 145 of Spodcast where we discuss Chris Gayle's retirement from ODI cricket and more
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Listen: Full script of Episode 145 of Spodcast where we discuss Chris Gayle's retirement from ODI cricket and more

Welcome to Spodcast, where we cover the big sports headlines of the day. Today, we discuss Chris Gayle's announcement of retirement from ODI cricket after 2019 World Cup, Real Madrid's shock loss to Girona in LaLiga and other news stories.

Pulwama terror attack: PCA removes portraits of Pakistani cricketers, including PM Imran Khan, from Mohali Stadium
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Pulwama terror attack: PCA removes portraits of Pakistani cricketers, including PM Imran Khan, from Mohali Stadium

The PCA on Sunday removed the photographs of Pakistani cricketers from various points inside the Mohali stadium as a "humble step" to show solidarity with the families of the CRPF personnel killed in the Pulwama terror attack.

Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra taken off of RBI's corrective action list as asset quality, capital ratios improve
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Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra taken off of RBI's corrective action list as asset quality, capital ratios improve

The source, who asked not to be named as the discussions are private, said the move follows improvements in the asset quality and capital ratios of both banks.

CII says India's robust economic growth to continue in 2019; better demand conditions, GST, general polls strong drivers
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CII says India's robust economic growth to continue in 2019; better demand conditions, GST, general polls strong drivers

CII believes the government will continue to place high priority on simplifying business procedures in 2019, especially in terms of working with states for grassroots improvements.

Govt plans to infuse Rs 28,615 cr into 7 public sector banks soon; Bank of India likely to get highest amount
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Govt plans to infuse Rs 28,615 cr into 7 public sector banks soon; Bank of India likely to get highest amount

The government had earlier announced an infusion of Rs 65,000 crore in PSBs in 2018-19, of which Rs 23,000 crore has already been disbursed, while Rs 42,000 crore is remaining.

In Narendra Modi govt's year of living dangerously, failed fiscal romance causes political heartbreak and institutional wounds
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In Narendra Modi govt's year of living dangerously, failed fiscal romance causes political heartbreak and institutional wounds

Judging from the fiscal actions after the electoral debacle, it seems the NDA govt is realising that some fiscal flirting may be a lesser evil compared with some monetary transgression.