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About 28 results for "deccan chronicle holdings"

565 companies to face prosecution: Sebi

Birds rest on the logo of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), India's market regulator, installed on the facade of its head office building in Mumbai Cracking a whip on the perpetrators of illegal money collection schemes,Securities ... Smart Investor, 4 days ago

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India Today, 1 month ago

Instances when IPL owners intruded the game

Kings XI Punjab co-owner Preity Zinta and its coach Sanjay Bangar have denied that the former recently gave Bangar a dressing down after a defeat. But tongues are still wagging. And it does not help that in the past some owners have interfered in ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
Livemint.com

Why the Syndicate Bank fraud is not a one-off incident

Here are some of the more recent instances of bank fraud that have come to light Mumbai: Bengaluru-based Syndicate Bank recently fell victim to a large-scale fraud across three of its branches in the Jaipur region, where a handful of businessmen and ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago
DNA India

HC stays Deccan Chronicle stakeholder meet as lenders oppose loan waiver

The meeting between the Deccan Chronicle Holdings Limited (DCHL)'s stakeholders and the money lenders, scheduled on Saturday, had to be cancelled following a stay order by Hyderabad High Court on Thursday. The HC issued the stay order after hearing ...
 Sunday Guardian Live2 months ago Indiabulls gets stay on Srei-backed Deccan Chronicle creditors' meet  DNA India2 months ago
Economic Times

Manoj Mohanka may acquire Deccan Chronicle

Manoj Mohanka, former chairman of Network 18 Media and Investments and a finance and management expert, is preparing to acquire ailing media house Deccan Chronicle Holdings (DCHL).
 Economic Times2 months ago

From Subrata Roy to Mallya: Why ultra rich Indians do not repay even risking a jail term

Here's the billion dollar question. Why do super rich Indians not pay back the money they owe to banks and investors even risking ill-repute, and chances of imprisonment? The two recent examples are that of Sahara's Subrata Roy who has been in ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago

Rs 66,000 crore and counting: Has wilful defaulter tag been reduced to the toy gun of a toddler?

On Tuesday, the government informed in Parliament that the total number of wilful defaulters of Public Sector Banks (PSBs) escalated from 5,554 to 7,686 for the period December '12-December '15 with the amount involved more than doubling to Rs ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Rs 66,000 crore question: Why are banks slow to deal with wilful defaulters?  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
Rediff.com

Bad loans of state banks = defence + education + roads + health spends

The crisis in Indian banking has now reached a point where the NPAs of many public-sector banks are higher than their net worth If the unpaid loans made by India’s public-sector banks were recovered, they would be enough to pay for India’s 2015 spending on defence, education, highways, and health, according to an IndiaSpend analysis. These bad loans, or gross non-performing assets (NPAs) as they are called in banking parlance, of public-sector banks crossed Rs 4.04 lakh crore ($59 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Oneindia

Non-bailable warrant for Vijay Mallya but getting him will not end banks ordeal

The Rs 9,000 crore Kingfisher-Vijay Mallya saga is a tough riddle to solve for 17 large banks (that lent money to the airline), the investigating agencies and the Narendra Modi-government, especially given that the return of liquor-baron to the ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago Not only Mallya, over 5000 'wilful defaulters' together owe Rs 56,521 crore to banks  India Today1 month ago Why the Kingfisher-Vijay Mallya episode isn't the end of Indian banks nightmares  Firstpost.com1 month ago FE Exclusive: Vijay Mallya offers Rs 2000 cr to settle pending dues, banks won'tbuy  Yahoo! India2 months ago

Clean up IPL, clean up BCCI

The Supreme Court will not falter in finally cleaning cronyism in the Indian cricket administration. The cricket board too has a great opportunity of using the whetstone of the Lodha panel report to end its cabalism. But it may not be very willing ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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