DDA 2014 housing scheme: Website restored, Banks to provide 20 lakh forms
DDA 2014 housing scheme: Website restored, Banks to provide 20 lakh forms

A day after the much-awaited Delhi Development Authority's (DDA) 2014 housing scheme kicked-off, looking at the demand, the agency has planed to sell 25,000 forms through each of the 13 authorised banks from Tuesday.    

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PM Narendra Modi launches Jan Dhan Yojana

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday launched Jan Dhan Yojana, a mega financial inclusion plan under which bank accounts and RuPay debit cards with inbuilt insurance cover of Rs 1 lakh will be provided to crores of persons with no access to formal banking facilities.

Narendra Modi to launch Jan Dhan Yojana today; 1 crore bank A/Cs to be opened on day 1

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is today launching his ambitious Jan Dhan Yojna, which will provide a bank account for every Indian household.

Ask CBI to probe corruption in state-run banks: BJP MP

Concerned over skeletons coming out after the arrest of Syndicate Bank CMD SK Jain, a BJP member on Thursday asked the government to direct the CBI to prepare a time-bound action plan to probe corruption in state-run banks.

US banks on India, Pakistan for stability after Afghanistan pullout

As President Barack Obama announced plans for Afghanistan after ending US combat mission by year end, the US hoped India, Pakistan and Afghanistan would help provide greater stability and security in the region.

US warns banks to watch for ousted Ukraine leader moving looted funds

The US Treasury warned banks on Tuesday to be on the look-out for potentially suspicious transfers of financial assets by Ukraine`s fugitive President Viktor Yanukovich or members of his inner circle.

EC vigil on blackmoney flow, asks banks to scan transactions

In an effort to curb flow of black money in the run up to the assembly elections here, the Delhi EC today directed banks to scan all transactions over Rs one lakh and keep an eye on suspicious money withdrawals and deposits.

Couple arrested in Kolkata for duping banks

A Delhi-based couple were arrested from Kolkata for duping several banks by forging documents, police said on Saturday.

Couple arrested in Kolkata for cheating banks

A couple have been arrested from Kolkata for allegedly duping various banks, private financiers and individuals by obtaining loans worth Rs 85 lakhs against a single property.

Couple arrested in Kolkata for cheating banks

A couple have been arrested from Kolkata for allegedly duping various banks, private financiers and individuals by obtaining loans worth Rs 85 lakhs against a single property.

South Korean banks` computers under cyber attack

Computer networks of South Korea`s main broadcasters and two banks were completely paralyzed, media reported Wednesday.

Bihar to pay MGNREGA wages through banks

Bihar govt has decided to pay wages to workers under rural jobs scheme through public sector banks instead of post offices to check irregularities.

No nursing homes in Noida residential areas: SC

The SC has asked Noida administration to ensure that no poly clinics or nursing homes are permitted in the residential area of the Capital`s satellite town and the same are allowed only in its earmarked commercial areas.

`Ensure rotation of officials in sensitive posts`

The anti-corruption watchdog has also told the Chief Vigilance Officers of the banks to strictly comply with its orders.

Delhiites deposit Rs 6.40 L cr in banks in 2010-11

A whopping Rs 6.40 lakh crore was
deposited in banks in the city by people in 2010-11, which is
an increase of 13 per cent compared to 2009-10.

Cash-for-vote: Banks named from where money came

Delhi Police named the banks in the charge sheet filed in the cash-for-vote scam from
where currency of different denominations were withdrawn for allegedly giving bribe to the MPs during the vote for
confidence in Lok Sabha.

RBI sees regnl languages as bridge between banks, common man

Reserve Bank Governor D Subbarao said aversion to the use of regional languages in
banking has resulted in a majority of the population staying
out of the formal banking system.

Bihar to put pressure on banks for giving farm loan: Modi

Bihar Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi, who holds the additional charge of Finance, said the state government would exert pressure on the banks for according priority for sanctioning and disbursing loans to farmers and entrepreneurs.

China becoming the Pacific`s `banker`: Thinktank

China is boosting its influence in the Pacific through a secretive foreign aid programme offering "soft loans" that many nations will struggle to repay, a foreign policy thinktank said today.