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Lacklustre credit expansion It’s a war on black money, sup Capital base of regional rural How ‘secure’ are the secured l Who is the real beneficiary? A new development bank rising Monetary policy continues to a Drop in SLR- sparing lendable Hesitancy in announcing year-e Ernakulam excels... Good, bad and ugly The paradox: clamour for the Fund healthcare clinics in vil Reaching out: is it slowing do Why any time money? Banking overhauling or reorgan Time to wake up Needed a Banking Atlas Drastic decline in asset quali A development bank for BRICS Smart banking in smart cities Insatiable appetite for credit Holy or unholy? Thirty more cities seek to bec Just 660 days! Target over-amb Bank deposits account for 46.3 Cautious and considerate Big bank merger, bigger expec Killing repayment ethics From lazy banking to easy ban A bank for women, by women Why priority status? Perhaps small is more beautif Merger mania haunts banks Small is ‘more’ beautiful One down in private sector Smart banking in smart cities Big bank merger, bigger expec Growing gainfully All that glitters is not gold. Nothing much can happen…. Two banks: their jubilees and PSUs - Stem the rot before me New bank licences, at last... PSUs - Stem the rot before mer Indian customers are tech savv Too big to fail and too small Grows Bigger Banking in Telangana Ferrying digital banking to La Bank shares show signs of shin Financial inclusion vs unclai Governance in Reverse Gear? Anytime banking to anywhere b Small finance banks offer high Growing volume of stressed ass New capitals of Migrant banks Reaching the Unreached… Payment banks have arrived Small finance payment banks... Cut in repo rate – lower than Stage set for Indian ‘avatar’ Bottomlines shrink, bad loans What is the priority – mergers Targets continue to be ad hoc Rationalised Another route for achieving fi How okay are new banks? Aadhaar, niraadhaar and bankin
 

Dr N K Thingalaya

Hesitancy in announcing year-end results

Unlike the previous years, banks appear to be hesitant

Governance in Reverse Gear?

Public sector banks have come under criticism for their

Killing repayment ethics

Politically, waivers of bank loans have become an effec

Bank shares show signs of shining

Equity investors’ appetite for investing in bank

Another route for achieving financial inclusion

With all the efforts made by the banking sector to expa

One down in private sector

Thanks to the recent proposal for merger of ING Vysya B

Capital base of regional rural banks raised

The Government of India is reported to have rejected th

New capitals of Migrant banks

Shifting of banks’ headquarters into metros adds

Perhaps small is more beautiful than big!

Currently in India, 17 public sector banks and one priv

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