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Govt plans to re-launch benefits transfer in cooking gas distribution
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NDA to revive direct benefit transfer on LPG subsidy

There are around 140 million cooking gas customers in the country. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint New Delhi: The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government proposes to revive the direct benefit transfer scheme under which the subsidies on ... Livemint.com, 2 hours ago
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Bank of Maharashtra to raise up to Rs 1,000 cr via Tier I Bonds

The government has decided to raise the commission to banks for managing Direct Benefit Transfers (DBTs) to two per cent from the one per cent ... Second authentication for small value payments through credit cards can be ...
 Business Standard India2 days ago DBT commission for banks likely at 2%  Business Standard3 days ago Bank of Maharashtra to raise Rs 1,000 cr via Tier I Bonds  Business Standard India2 days ago

Centre to pay 2% of direct benefit transfer transactions

Last year, the ministry of finance had announced that 1% of transaction amount in every transaction would be given as commission to banks for faster implementation of the DBT scheme. Photo: Mint Mumbai: The central government plans to pay 2% of ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago Government to pay 2% commission to banks for direct benefit transfers; Finance Ministry to finalise order  DNA3 days ago Direct transfer of fertiliser subsidy suggested  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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Government to soon double banks' commission for direct benefit transfer scheme to 2 per cent

The government transfers money to the bank account of consumers of kerosene, LPG, among others, through its direct benefit transfer scheme. MUMBAI: Finance Ministry is in the process of finalising the commission to banks at 2 per cent of the quantum of funds ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Govt to soon double banks' commission for DBT scheme to 2 pc  Business Standard3 days ago Banks' commission for DBT scheme to be doubled  Economic Times3 days ago Banks commission for DBT scheme to be doubled  Big News Network2 days ago
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Government mulls on resuming Aadhaar linked direct benefit transfer scheme

The DBTL scheme was put on hold due to complaints that many were not getting the benefit in absence of an Aadhaar card NEW DELHI: Government is mulling restarting DBT scheme to directly transfer money into Aadhhar-linked bank accounts with a view to plug ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

Govt may delink direct benefit transfer scheme

The government is likely to announce a boost to the direct benefit transfer (DBT) scheme in the forthcoming budget with a few minor changes. NEW DELHI: The government is likely to announce a boost to the direct benefit transfer (DBT) scheme in the forthcoming ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Budget had nothing new for the auto industry  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Budget 2014: Government may delink direct benefit transfer scheme from Aadhaar cards  Economic Times2 months ago Government may delink direct benefit transfer scheme from Aadhaar cards  Economic Times2 months ago
Jagran Post

Female bank staffers may soon get transfers of their choice

Female employees of public sector banks will soon be entitled to a major benefit of getting transfers of their choice.The finance ministry has asked the banks to formulate women-friendly transfer policies so that they can get transfers at places where their husbands are working or parents are living.The Department of Financial Services, sources said, has asked Public Sector Banks (PSBs) to formulate transfer and posting polices in such way so as to minimise "hardship" of women ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Centre may revive use of Aadhaar for subsidies

The government is mulling restarting DBT scheme to directly transfer money into Aadhaar-linked bank accounts with a view to plug leakages by weeding out ghost beneficiaries. “The government may restart the Aadhaar-linked direct benefit transfer (DBT) scheme ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Govt mulling resumption of Aadhaar linked DBT scheme  Business Standard2 months ago

Poll: Americans diverge on how to pay for highways

A majority of Americans think the economic benefits of good transportation outweigh the cost to taxpayers, but they can't agree on how to pay for new highways or repairs of old ones, according to a new Associated Press-GfKpoll. Six in 10 people surveyed said ...
 Sify1 month ago

DUBAI, 18th September, 2014 (WAM) — The number of e-wallet transactions conducted by companies and institutions benefiting from various services offered by the Roads and Transport Authority, RTA, since the service was launched has topped 22,815 received i

Apart from other e-payment channels such as the e-payment portal in Dubai at the Smart Government of Dubai, the RTA has recently opened extra recharge channels for the service, including money changers in partnership with Al Ansari Exchange, in a ...
 Federation of Arab News Agencies11 hours ago RTA E-Wallet Transactions Soar Significantly  UAE Today14 hours ago
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