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Paperless Future

A paperless digital bridge with the expected changes in mandates and regulatory frameworks, could very soon remove physical interaction with banks altogether

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CBI Closes PNB Branch At Heart Of Fraud

The CBI, which is leading the probe, pasted a notice on the branch premises in south Mumbai barring anyone from entering the office

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Mergers In India

Due to the relative smaller size of Indian banks, they are not able to compete globally in terms of fund mobilisation, growing credit demand and investment needs of the economy

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‘You Need To Be Paranoid In Today’s World’

Aditya Puri spoke to Raghu Mohan on a range of issues — from the sweet spot the bank finds itself in, rewiring it to up service standards, the challenges from disruptors (real and imagined!), and his stay so far at the house he built

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If Any Outfit Needs To Be Banned For Creating Riots And Dividing Society On Communal Lines, Then RSS Should Be The First: Kerala CM

Facts prove that Kerala is at the bleeding edge in defending secularism, Vijayan said and this is being brought up by the National Crime Record Bureau

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With EV Policy In Cold Storage, Hybrid Vehicles Likely To Get A Massive Fillip

According to a source privy with the development, “A lot of Japanese automakers, through a series of hectic parleys, have urged the central government to provide an equitable thrust on hybrid electric vehicles until charging stations for Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) are built on a massive scale and the range anxiety is addressed."

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Australia, U.S., India And Japan In Talks To Establish Belt And Road Alternative

The unnamed official was quoted as saying the plan involving the four regional partners was still "nascent" and "won't be ripe enough to be announced' during Australian Prime Minister Turnbull's visit to the United States later this week

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A Ten For The Winners!

The 10th edition of the Survey clearly reflects that the pool of performers is now down to a handful

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Singapore Exchange To Launch New Indian Derivatives Before NSE Deal Ends

"Our successor products will provide certainty and continuity for our clients. At the same time, we continue to work with NSE to create a larger pool of liquidity comprising international and home market participants," Michael Syn, head of derivatives at SGX said in a statement

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In The Money

With transactions, retail, SMEs, wealth management, Citibank India is raking in the profits

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Eyes Wide Shut - The USD1.8 Billion PNB Fraud That Went Unnoticed

The branch, clad in a stately colonial edifice, is now also at the heart of a fraud case linked to billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi that has shaken confidence in a state banking sector that accounts for some 70 percent of India's banking assets

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Sembcorp Industries Says To Reorganise India Energy Business

Sembcorp Industries is reporting its financial results on Friday. It is also expected to reveal soon the results of a review of its businesses and strategic direction

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Gold Inches Up On Weaker Dollar, Inflation Outlook

The metal rose 2.4 percent last week in its best weekly gain since the week ended Sept. 1

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