Business/Economy
PSU bank profits plunge amid loan clean-up - Vishwanath Nair & Remya Nair, Mint
Investors received a scary glimpse into the deterioration of asset quality at India’s banks when the first lot of four state-owned lenders reported their third-quarter earnings on Tuesday. Three—Central Bank of India, Dena Bank and Allahabad Bank—posted a net loss and Punjab National Bank’s (PNB’s) net profit plummeted 93% in the three months ended 31 December from a year ago.
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7th Pay Commission: Central govt employees will not get arrears on pay hike? - Zee News
Economy grew 7.1% in FY17, but core sectors are still sputtering - Business Line
Allow tax cuts to alleviate woes - Hima Bindu Kota, Pioneer
Spurring financial growth - Kalpesh J Mehta, Pioneer
Why GST looks better in so many ways - Sunil Jain, Financial Express
Talking shop - Pioneer
Why government must cut corporate tax rate to 25%, incentivise jobs - TV Mohandas Pai & S Krishnan, Financial Express
Maintain the integrity of India's telecom ecosystem - Vivan Sharan & SidharthDeb, Pioneer
Budget for economic recovery - Chandrajit Banerjee, Times of India
Premature to attribute increasing FDI to Make in India initiative: Study - Business Today
First time in 14 months, credit to industry expands - Sandeep Singh, Indian Express
Why RBI has placed Bank of India under prompt corrective action - Abhijit Lele, Business Standard
Ensure corporate accountability - A Surya Prakash, Pioneer
We need more and better oil refineries - Fatih Birol, Business Line
GDP growth breaks 5-Q slide - Madhusudan Sahoo, Pioneer
Telecom regulator TRAI backs Net neutrality - Hindu
Moody’s upgrade boosts already growing confidence in Indian debt - Krishna Merchant & Suvashree Choudhury, Mint
Focus on India’s informal housing sector - Sandeep Menon, Pioneer
Sethusamudram project is not worth pursuing - RK Pachauri, Pioneer
The World Bank has its own way of ranking India poorly - Bibek Debroy, Economic Times
Recalling socrates in these modern times - Tejinder Narang, Financial Express
Why compliance is low in GST - Lokeshwarri SK, Business Line
Night lights and train trips help India study impact of cash ban - Jeanette Rodrigues, Economic Times
Answer to security issues in e-money - Ajeya Singh, Business Line
Financial inclusion is good for banks too - M Mostak Ahamed & Sushanta K Mallick, Business Line
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