'India preparing projects worth $2-3 billion for funding by AIIB'

'India preparing projects worth $2-3 billion for funding by AIIB'

India is preparing a basket of projects worth USD 2-3 billion for funding by the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) in several areas like urban development and energy and is ready to set up an office of the China-backed bank in New Delhi.

China's finance minister sees Brexit heightening uncertainty for markets

China's finance minister and leading economists on Sunday voiced concerns about Britain`s vote to leave the European Union, with the policymaker saying it has heightened market uncertainty, though some expect a limited impact on the Chinese economy.

World leaders worried over Chinese economic situation

Finance ministers and governors from central banks of top countries have showed a rare anxiety on the implication of slowdown of the Chinese economy

7.5 percent growth not enough for India's requirement: Arun Jaitley

India's current growth rate of 7.5 per cent is not enough as per its own requirement standard, Arun Jaitley has said.

Govt notifies fresh recruitment rules for posts at SFIO

Govt notifies fresh recruitment rules for posts at SFIO

Government has notified fresh recruitment norms for various positions at the Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) as it continues efforts to strengthen manpower at the probe agency.

Only IDBI Bank employees to strike on Monday

Only IDBI Bank employees to strike on Monday

 The All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) confirmed that a scheduled strike on Monday strike will be carried out by IDBI Bank employees only, said a top union leader.

Privatisation of IDBI Bank: AIBEA takes up issue with FM Arun Jaitley

Privatisation of IDBI Bank: AIBEA takes up issue with FM Arun Jaitley

The All India Bank Employees Association, representing the banking services industry, has taken up the issue of opposing privatisation of IDBI Bank, with Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. 

Moody's places Deutsche Bank ratings on review

Moody`s move comes days after the German bank warned that volatile financial markets in the first quarter, normally a strong season for banks, posed a challenge for the entire sector.Moody`s said a potential downgrade to Deutsche Bank`s Baa1 senior debt and A2 deposit ratings would be limited to one notch.

5 Easy steps to make your CIBIL score good

5 Easy steps to make your CIBIL score good

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Sebi expects REITs, startup listings to pick up in FY17

Sebi expects REITs, startup listings to pick up in FY17

Sebi is also gearing up for significant steps to deepen the corporate bond market to develop a market-based financing framework for companies, while it also expects instruments like Muni Bonds and Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InVITs) to get a leg-up in financial year 2016-17, beginning April 1.

Mahindra Finance elevates Dhananjay Mungale as chairman

Mahindra Finance today elevated Dhananjay Mungale, currently an independent director on its board, as chairman and Ramesh Iyer as the vice-chairman and managing director.

ISIS financed from 40 countries, including G20 members: Vladimir Putin

the terrorists appear to be financed from 40 countries, including some G20 member states.

Truly honored to speak at British Parliament: PM Modi

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Air India aircraft made touchdown this morning at 10 a.m. in Heathrow for his long-awaited bilateral level visit to the United Kingdom — his first since becoming Prime Minister.

DNA: PM Modi launches gold monetisation scheme and India’s first-ever gold coin

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday launched the first ever 'India gold coin' bearing Ashok Chakra in a move to cash in on the festive season of Diwali and Dhanteras which is an auspicious ocassion for Indians to invest in the yellow metal.

Burkina Faso suspends 1,200 `irregular` civil service salaries

 The government of Burkina Faso announced Saturday it will cease paying over 1,200 civil service salaries -- representing nearly one percent of the nation`s public jobs -- to battle alleged payroll fraud.

Vatican finances in the red - but boosted by newly declared assets

The Holy See`s accounts remained in the red in 2014 but showed more than one billion euros in previously off-the-books assets, a statement said Thursday, following a drive to clean up the Vatican`s finances.

India secures top-most ratings for financial market norms

India's financial market regulatory framework Thursday got the top-most ratings from the global bodies of banking and capital market regulators, with RBI and Sebi being rated better than their peers in China and the US.

Fund raising via OFS climbs 4 times to Rs 27,000 crore

Fund-raising through offer-for-sale (OFS) mechanism surged nearly four times to a staggering around Rs 27,000 crore in 2014-15, riding mainly on the mega share sale of Coal India (CIL).

DNA: Farmers in UP receive paltry sums as compensation

Rain-hit farmers of Uttar Pradesh who are reeling under severe debt due to crop losses following unseasonal rains and hailstorm have received another shock as they are being handed a paltry sum of Rs 63, 75 or 175 as compensation.

Indian ice hockey team asks for help to participate in Asia Cup

Indian ice hockey team asks for help to participate in Asia Cup

It was not a surprise when the Ice Hockey Association of India (IHAI) went online and appealed to supporters on social media for donations to finance the Indian team to compete in an international competition.