Fake currency worth over Rs 1 crore seized from HDFC Bank branch
Fake currency worth over Rs 1 crore seized from HDFC Bank branch

In a major haul of fake Indian currency, notes worth Rs 1 crore 4 lakhs were seized from here, police said on Tuesday.

Private banks to hike fines, charges from April 1

Starting April 1, many private banks like HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank and Kotak Mahindra Bank have announced a hike in charges ahead of the new rules kicking in for penalty on non-maintenance of minimum average balance in savings accounts.

Police officials to get training to tackle cyber crime

More than 60 senior Delhi Police officials of the ranks between Additional Deputy Commissioner to sub-inspector will get advanced training to tackle cyber crime in the national capital.

Student`s suicide: Bank manager held

Manager of a bank was arrested in connection with the suicide of a nursing student, who was denied an education loan.

Bank official among seven arrested for fraud, theft cases

Delhi Police Friday claimed to
have busted a gang of fraudsters, with the arrest of seven
men, including an assistant branch manager of a private bank,
involved in credit card fraud cases and thefts over a period
of time.

HDFC Bank to sell home loans through Web chats

Moving away from unsolicited calls to sell home loan products, private lender HDFC Bank will soon be tapping customers for group company HDFC through web chats where the customer wilfully logs on for details.

HDFC Bank Q3 net rises 32 percent

HDFC Bank, India`s No.2 private sector lender, reported a 31.7 percent rise in quarterly profit Friday.

Further rise in inflation may trigger RBI rate hike: HDFC Bank

The Reserve Bank of India is
likely to wait for a further rise in inflation before it
raises its benchmark lending and borrowing rates around
December or January, HDFC Bank said on Thursday.

HDFC Bank cuts lending rate by 25 basis points

The country`s second largest private sector lender HDFC Bank on Monday slashed benchmark lending rate by 25 basis points to 15.75 percent.