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Banks won't compensate you for burglary or theft of your valuables in lockers, reveals RTI query - Firstpost


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Banks won't compensate you for burglary or theft of your valuables in lockers, reveals RTI query
Firstpost
New Delhi: Do not expect any compensation for theft or burglary of valuables in safe deposit boxes of public sector banks as the locker hiring agreement absolves them of all liability. This bitter truth was disclosed in an RTI response by the Reserve ...
Bank locker secret outCalcutta Telegraph
Banks not responsible for loss of valuables in lockers: RTINewsBytes
Banks not responsible for theft from lockers:Reserve BankOdisha Samaya

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RBS To Move Jobs To India, May Cut 443 Jobs In UK - NDTV


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RBS To Move Jobs To India, May Cut 443 Jobs In UK
NDTV
British lender Royal Bank of Scotland is planning to cut 443 jobs dealing with business loans and many of them will move to India, the bank said. The Edinburgh-based bank said the cuts were part of a restructuring aimed at becoming a smaller bank.
Royal Bank of Scotland to cut over 400 jobs, plans to move many of them to IndiaEconomic Times
Brexit effect? RBS to cut over 400 UK jobs, plans to move them to IndiaBusiness Standard
RBS to cut hundreds of UK jobs in move to IndiaThe Guardian
STV News -This is Money -City A.M. -Malaysia Sun (press release)
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RBI's new diktat could see banks face Rs 50000 crore blow - Economic Times


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RBI's new diktat could see banks face Rs 50000 crore blow
Economic Times
MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India shocked bank chiefs late on Friday by demanding a steep increase in provisioning requirements for loans being referred to the bankruptcy courts, a move likely to take a Rs 50,000-crore toll on their earnings this ...
Lack of attention to detail may impede recovery under NCLT, banks cautionedLivemint
'Enough time to resolve bankruptcy code disputes'The Hindu
Big Deal: Focus on distressed assetsMoneycontrol.com
Business Standard (press release) (registration) (blog) -The Sunday Guardian -Gentry Business Leader
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Eight things that businesses need to do before GST - Economic Times


Economic Times

Eight things that businesses need to do before GST
Economic Times
GST is less than a week away. ET brings a last minute check-list by PwC of all the things that businesses need to do. GET REGISTERED FOR GST Under GST laws, entities supplying taxable products and services need to be registered in all the states from ...
GST: An idea whose time has comeLivemint
GST a game changing reform, will remove barriers, says Walmart CEO India Krish IyerFinancial Express
No question of prices going up, says Nirmala SitharamanTimes of India
The Wire -Free Press Journal -ETRetail.com -ABP LIVE
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SBI's Arundhati Bhattacharya gets paid Rs 29 lakhs while private sector CEOs earn in crores - Firstpost


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SBI's Arundhati Bhattacharya gets paid Rs 29 lakhs while private sector CEOs earn in crores
Firstpost
New Delhi: SBI, one of the world's 50 largest banks, pays only a small fraction to its top management as compared to private sector players like ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank. Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan had flagged the low remuneration issue last ...
SBI chairman's salary a fraction of that of private bank bossesLivemint
SBI chief's salary zilch compared to counterparts in pvt banksMumbai Mirror
Business BriefsCalcutta Telegraph

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Driverless metro trains to start operations from October - Times of India


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Driverless metro trains to start operations from October
Times of India
NEW DELHI: In just over three months, Delhiites will be able to travel in Delhi Metro's first 'driverless' trains on the Magenta Line from Janakpuri West to Botanical Garden. The Magenta Line, which missed its June deadline and is going to miss its ...
Delhi Metro Phase III to be almost fully operational by March 2018Business Standard
Delhi Metro's three phase to be fully operational by March 2018The New Indian Express

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GST To Boost Job Market, Over 1 Lakh Openings Expected - NDTV


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GST To Boost Job Market, Over 1 Lakh Openings Expected
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The historic tax reform, to be rolled out from July 1, is expected to help the formal job sector attain an annualised growth rate of 10-13 per cent. All India | Press Trust of India | Updated: June 25, 2017 11:46 IST. 104 Shares. EMAIL. PRINT. COMMENTS.
GST rollout: Job market expects 1 lakh immediate openingsNewsBytes
GST rollout to create 1,00000 immediate jobsNewsPatrolling (press release) (blog)

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Asia Stocks Edge Up On Optimism Over Global Growth, Oil Rebounds - NDTV


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Asia Stocks Edge Up On Optimism Over Global Growth, Oil Rebounds
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Tokyo: Asian shares edged up on Monday on optimism about global growth while the dollar was on the defensive as a subdued U.S. inflation outlook capped U.S. bond yields. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan ticked up 0.2 percent ...

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GST rollout: Companies say retailers refusing to buy fresh stocks; retailers want consumer firms to protect margins - Economic Times


Economic Times

GST rollout: Companies say retailers refusing to buy fresh stocks; retailers want consumer firms to protect margins
Economic Times
NEW DELHI | MUMBAI: A tussle has erupted between large consumer companies and organised trade just ahead of the introduction of the goods and services tax (GST) on July 1. Companies say that large retailers are refusing to buy fresh stocks starting ...
GST rollout from 1 July, but confusion still persists among auto, FMCG firmsLivemint
GST: FMCG cos expect dip in inventory levels, normalcy in Q2Daily News & Analysis

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In floor price debate for telecom firms, India has Pakistan, Nigeria, Zimbabwe for company - Livemint


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In floor price debate for telecom firms, India has Pakistan, Nigeria, Zimbabwe for company
Livemint
The cost of providing services for some telcos is way lower than the floor price set by the regulator, say analysts, who add that as a result of this, large incumbents are enjoying high operating profit margins. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint ...
Network testing: Trai dismisses telcos' criticismEconomic Times
The right callHindu Business Line
Energy-efficient ideas: TRAI meet in Delhi on 5 JulyIndiantelevision.com
Newburgh Gazette -pppFocus
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