NEW DELHI: The government is likely to announce a boost to the direct benefit transfer (DBT) scheme in the forthcoming budget with a few minor changes and delink it from Aadhaar cards, spelling what could be the final nail in the coffin for the ... Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
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MUMBAI: Bankers say that the new government is likely to continue with Aadhaar given the huge savings that it can bring by plugging leakages in subsidy payments and the support it provides to extending banking services to the unbanked. According ...Times of India, 1 month ago
Budget 2014-15 Live: The Digital Industry updates: Rs 10,00 Crore Startup fund, FDI In Insurance, E-commerce platforms
A live stream of the Budget is available here . Our notes, taken live, so subject to change GST: The discussion on GST should come to an end Retrospective tax: This government will not bring any change retrospectively which creates a fresh ...Media Nama, 2 weeks ago
Industry trends, viewpoints and thought leadership articles. Read what the experts in banking and technology have to say. New Thought Papers Banking Innovation Card-based virtual wallet transactions at no cost! This thought paper explores the ...Infosys, 1 month ago
Re-launch direct benefit transfer for LPG immediately in the districts where it has already been implemented…, an expert committee set up to review the functioning of the scheme has said. The committee headed by former Director of IIT Kanpur S G ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago LPG subsidy: Panel for re-launch of direct benefit transfer scheme Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS FOR MARCH 2014 Healthy Business Growth in a challenging 0 environment. Total Business 12.8% Total Deposits 14.6% Total Advances 10.5% Total Income 12.0% Performance ...4 Traders, 1 month ago
In his first interview after taking over as Secretary of the , speaks to Surabhi Agarwal about the need for the department to reinvent itself and re-look at projects initiated several years ago as they might not be relevant anymore, given the ...Sify, 2 months ago NIC should become a strategic advisor to govt instead of writing codes: Ram Sewak Sharma Business Standard India, 2 months ago
BANGALORE: Until a week ago, Naman Pugalia, Viral Shah and Shankar Maruwada were part of a 40-member team that helped Congress candidate Nandan Nilekani with the technology piece for his election campaign. Nilekani, a co-founder of Infosys, lost ...Economic Times, 2 months ago In Nandan Nilekani's electoral loss, tech emerges clear winner Economic Times, 2 months ago
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