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Bad loans, NPAs, Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi

Nirav Modi cheated banks. Now banks know how it feels

For 70 years, banks have treated the average citizen with little respect.


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Bad loans, Public sector banks, RBI, Bank recapitalisation

PSU bank recapitalisation is urgent, but questions remain on the allocation of funds

On what basis did IDBI Bank, with highest percentage of bad loans, get the maximum capital inflow?


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Bad loans, GDP growth, Economy, Narendra Modi

Modi's attack on critics of Indian economy lacks merit

The Prime Minister has failed to explain why key economic parameters look bleak.


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SBI, Bad loans, Vijay Mallya, NPAs

RBI hauling up 12 mega defaulters is only the beginning of a long NPA battle

The total amount of NPA in the case of these 12 listed corporate defaulters is almost Rs 175,000 crore, but it's only a fraction of the actual amount.


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Loan waiver, Bad loans, Uttar Pradesh

Why everyone loves Yogi Adityanath's loan waiver

The reprieve announced by the UP government is the biggest ever by any state.


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RBI, Bad loans, Banking sector

Modi sarkar's good intentions aside, India's banks need more radical reforms

The government needs to question historic conventions and find solutions focused on transparency and fairness.


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Banking sector, NPA, Bad loans

5.80 lakh crore in bad loans: Let's pray for India's bleeding banks

A new IMF report states our public coffers are worse than the notoriously messy banking of China.


 |  7-minute read
Bad loans, Enforcement Directorate, Kingfisher, Vijay Mallya

Why Vijay Mallya has landed at the bottom of the barrel

It is his cussedness in not doing the right thing - despite having the resources to do so - that stands out.


 |  8-minute read
Narendra Modi, Bad loans, PSU Banks

Is bad loan waiver another 2G scam?

Have corporate houses benefited from this largesse in the same way as in the coal and spectrum allocation scandals?