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LIC to invest Rs2.25 trillion in markets this fiscal

LIC to invest Rs2.25 trillion in markets this fiscal

The expected investment by LIC marks an increase of Rs. 15,000 crore, or 6.6%, in the money the insurer spent buying securities in the last fiscal year. Photo: Mint Mumbai: State-owned Life Insurance Corp. of India ( LIC ), the country's biggest ..., 2 weeks ago

LIC allottees seek refund of money

BHUBANESWAR: Desperate with the uncertainty over fate of the flats purchased by them in Life Insurance Corporation's (LIC's) Maitree Vihar project, some allottees have approached it to refund their money. Goutam Das, whose wife Lipsa has been ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Clarification reg. maturity/money back in itr

I've received maturity amount of one of my LIC policy and also money back after 8 years (which is paid on intervals of 4 years) during FY-2013-14. I far as I Know these are Tax Free (If I'm wrong please tell me). My Question is : - Is it ...
 CAclubindia1 week ago

Is RBI Honest With Money Markets?

The Reserve Bank of India's new liquidity management experiment backed by deputy governor Urjit Patil panel's monetary framework is creating more volatility in the money market than reducing it. The question is, is it tightening of interest rates by ...
 Economic Times12 hours ago

Budget 2014: India gets a money order

NEW DELHI|MUMBAI: With the government expected to announce a big-bang privatisation programme in the July 10 budget, the loudest pop could come from the sale of a 5-10 per cent stake in ONGC that would raise as much as Rs 35,000 crore at current ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Why Amfi wants mutual funds to manage insurers' money

tand the mutual fund industry's desperation for long-term equity money, but... Joydeep Ghosh | Mumbai June 11, 2014 Last Updated at 14:22 IST “What do you expect me to do, will I remain a mute spectator, if they (regulators) quarrel like ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Why Amfi wants to manage insurers' money  Business Standard India1 month ago

Nilesh Sathe, Director & Chief Executive Officer, LIC Nomura Mutual Fund

Market will rally only after the Budget is passed. By next March, it should fetch 10 to 12% return. is a post graduate in Commerce from G.S. College of Commerce & Economics, Nagpur and a Certified Associate of Indian Institute of Bankers ...
 India Infoline1 month ago

Where will your money go from here?

Verdict 2014, which gave the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) an overwhelming majority in the Lok Sabha, has renewed optimism in the marketplace. As a result of this, and on the back of foreign inflows, the stock ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago

Autonomy, Not Mergers A Cure For State-Run Banks' Ills

In a span of 50 metres in Navi Mumbai's business district of Belapur, one can see five branches of State Bank of India and its associates, at least of three them in one building. That makes one wonder whether how many of them make money. It could be ...
 Economic Times1 day ago

Modi government is not incompetent that ONGC will not get its rates when the divestment process begins

MoS, Petroleum and Natural Gas, Dharmendra Pradhan, who was once BJP in-charge of Bihar, is confident of the party doing well in the state. In this Idea Exchange moderated by Senior Editor D K Singh, he regrets the controversies generated over ...
 Indian Express4 days ago
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