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India tried to get the #39;black money#39; out of its banking system - it ended up doing the opposite
Money Control

India tried to get the #39;black money#39; out of its banking ...

The Reserve Bank of India said in its annual report on Aug. 30 that 99 percent, or around 15.28 trillion rupees ($238.7 billion), of the demonetized 500- and 1,000-rupee notes were deposited or exchanged for new currency. That figure suggests that most people ... Money Control, 1 month ago

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RBI says 99% of demonetised ₹500, ₹1,000 returned to banking system

According to the Reserve Bank of India’s annual report released on Wednesday, 98.96% of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 denomination banknotes (by value) that were invalidated on last November had been returned by the end of June.
 MSN India1 month ago RBI to sell govt bonds worth Rs 10K cr via open mkt operations  Business Standard3 weeks ago 99% of junked Rs 500/1000 notes returned to banks: RBI  Asia Net India1 month ago Demonetisation: Have all old Rs 500, Rs 1,000 bills come back? It’s critical RBI ends surprise now  First Post.com1 month ago
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Only 1.4% old Rs 1,000 notes not returned post ban: RBI

All but 1.4 per cent of the old Rs 1,000 notes have come back into the banking system post demonetisation, the Reserve Bank said today.In its annual report for 2016-17, the RBI said that out of 632.6 crore pieces of Rs 1,000 currency notes in circulation, 8.9 crore have not been returned post the note ban last November.The government had on November 8, banned old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes in an attempt to weed out black money in the country.The old notes were allowed to be deposited in banks, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago 70% people want scrapped Rs 1,000 notes back: Survey  Rediff.com1 month ago RBI report on 'notebandi' points to big scam: Mamata  Rediff.com1 month ago Note ban objective was to squeeze out cash: Jaitley  Rediff.com1 month ago
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After ICICI, SBI, HDFC gets added to RBI's systemically important bank list: All you need to know

After adding the State Bank of India and private lender ICICI, the Reserve Bank of India on Monday listed HDFC to systemically important banks list.
 DNA1 month ago RBI includes HDFC Bank in 'too big to fail' list  Rediff.com1 month ago RBI gives HDFC Bank "too big to fail" status along with SBI and ICICI  Reuters1 month ago RBI exhorts states for single-window nod to affordable housing  Money Control2 months ago

Quota policy has to continue as long as caste system exists: CM

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday said the reservation policy will have to continue as long as caste system exists in society. Speaking after presenting the D Devaraj Urs Award-2017 to former Union Minister M Mallikarjun Kharge at the Vidhana Soudha in ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

NPCI gets final nod to operate Bharat Bill Payment System

National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) today said it has received final approval from the Reserve Bank to function as the Bharat Bill Payment Central Unit (BBPCU) and operate Bharat Bill Payment System (BBPS).
 DNA2 months ago Spice Digital gets final licence from the RBI for the BBPS  Medianama1 month ago NPCI gets RBI go-ahead for Bharat Bill Payment Central Unit  Business Standard2 months ago NPCI gets authorisation from RBI to function as a Bharat Bill Payment Central Unit  Medianama2 months ago
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RBI adds HDFC among banks 'too big to fail' with SBI, ICICI

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Monday announced it has added private lender HDFC Bank to its list of "domestic systemically important banks" (D-SIBs) considered too big to fail."In addition to the SBI (State Bank of India) and ICICI Bank, which continue ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

RBI to drain liquidity without destabilising markets - deputy governor

MUMBAI (Reuters) - The Reserve Bank of India will continue to drain surplus liquidity from the banking system gradually without destabilising the market, Deputy Governor Viral Acharya said after the central bank's monetary policy meeting on Wednesday.
 Reuters2 months ago

Reservation system failure impacts Vistara

The glitch in the Amadeus reservation system impacted airlines around the world, including Vistara Last Updated at September 29, 2017 02:13 IST
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Airlines worldwide suffer delays after booking system fails  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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After RTI confusion, RBI clear the air: linking Aadhaar to bank accounts mandatory

There is no escape from linking your Aadhaar to your bank account as the Reserve Bank of India on Saturday cleared the air on the controversy surrounding the legality of banks demanding Aadhaar numbers from customers. The circular issued on 21 October by the ...
 catchnews.com2 hours ago RBI clears Aadhaar confusion, says linking mandatory for bank accounts  Deccan Herald5 hours ago RBI identifies more huge loan defaulters for resolution  Sify1 month ago Fintech-bank collaboration yields smarter outcomes, says RBI's Kanungo  Business Standard1 month ago
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