The Telegraph
Friday , August 15 , 2014

Fetters on free use of ATMs

The RBI sprang a nasty surprise on the eve of Independence Day when it gave banks the freedom to charge their account holders beyond five ATM transactions per month, while bringing down the number of free transactions at non-home branch ATMs to three from five. ...   | Read..

Buyers lose appetite for gold

Gold demand in India fell 39 per cent to 204 tonnes during the second quarter of the current calendar year over the same period a year ago on expectations of prices going...   | Read..

Sops for sugar mills linked to arrears

The Centre today said incentives for sugar mills will be notified only if the mills give a written undertaking that all cane arrears will be cleared. ...   | Read..

Export growth slows in July

Exports grew 7.33 per cent to $27.72 billion in July, after registering a double-digit growth for two consecutive months....   | Read..

Lens on Jet training after flight scare

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has decided to do a complete audit of the training procedure of the pilots of Jet Airways for the past one year....   | Read..

Govt support sought for tea

Planters have sought support from both the central and state governments to increase the revenue from tea gardens, in the wake of starvation-related deaths at some closed...   | Read..
Fetters on free use of ATMs

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UBI efforts bear fruit in first quarter

A combination of lower provisions for non-performing assets, better recovery and treasury profi...   | Read..

Bit of price comfort

Inflation, based on the wholesale price index, eased to a five-month low of 5.19 per cent in Ju...   | Read..



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