DNA: Analysis of Vijay Mallya's 'fund transfer formula'

In 2011 when Liquor baron Vijay Mallya had complete control over United Spirits Ltd (USL) almost Rs 170 crore were diverted from the company to the accounts of his Indian Premier League (IPL) team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), according to a report published in DNA on May 29.

Maharashtra to waive off private farm loans

The Maharashtra government on Friday announced plans to write off private loans availed from money-lenders by the state`s farming community.

Expeditiously collect loan arrears from industrialists, big entrepreneurs: JD(U)

Janata Dal (United) on Saturday demanded that the Centre and Puducherry governments expeditiously collect arrears due for years towards power tariff here or under several other central loan schemes from industrialists and big entrepreneurs.

US President Obama announces USD 4 billion investments, loans to India

US President Barack Obama on Monday announced investments and loans worth USD 4 billion by American agencies as part of measures to bolster trade with India.

Abu Dhabi fund offers $57 mn loans for clean energy

 An Abu Dhabi fund said on Sunday that it will provide $57 million worth of concessional loans for clean energy projects in five developing countries.

RBI slashes repo rate; EMIs to get cheaper

Shedding his hawkish stance, Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan Thursday sprang a surprise by cutting interest rates by 25 basis point a move that is likely to result in cheaper home and auto loans.

SpiceJet operations grounded as oil companies stop fuel supply

Trouble for the beleagured low-cost airlines SpiceJet deepened on Wednesday with their operations being grounded as oil companies stop fuel supply, airport sources said.

UP govt suspends recovery of dues and loans from farmers

Uttar Pradesh government has suspended recovery of all revenue dues and cooperative bank loans from farmers in drought and flood-affected areas of the state.

Interest subsidy on educational loans

The government has launched a scheme to provide interest subsidy on educational loans for overseas studies for students belonging to the minorities, including Muslims.

Maharashtra tops farmer-suicides list

With 3,146 distressed farmers ending their lives last year, Maharashtra has topped the list of farmland suicides in the country, an activist said here Friday.

The bhartiya mahila “vote” bank!

Rather unfortunate as it may sound but it looks like the purpose of the Bharatiya Mahila Bank is more about women vote bank.

Sri Lanka grants loans to former LTTE cadres

The Sri Lankan government Monday provided low interest loans to former LTTE cadres to start their livelihood.