Business/Economy
Six PSU banks report Rs 7k crore loss as defaults mount - Mayur Shetty, ToI
Nearly Rs 7,000 crore of fourth quarter losses reported by six public sector banks on Friday showed that the bad loan problem for banks is far from over. The biggest surprise was the Rs 3230 crore loss reported by Bank of Baroda - the second largest public sector bank in terms of assets. Union Bank of India was the only bank which made a profit of Rs 97 crore in the fourth quarter was the only PSU bank to avoid a loss today. All other lenders Central Bank, UCO Bank, Allahabad Bank and Dena Bank reported losses.
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Is Murthy really wrong in his tirade against Infosys board? - Bijoy Sankar Saikia & Rahul Oberoi, Economic Times
Indian IT hits worst slump in 7 years: Foreign Media - NDTV
Narendra Modi seeks growth roadmap from young entrepreneurs - Sahib Sharma, Mint
Imagining India’s new data privacy law - Supratim Chakraborty, Business Line
Rs 6,399 bn required to double farmers' income - Rajesh Kumar, Pioneer
Slowdown stalks economy - Madhusudan Sahoo, Pioneer
Tax returns filing sees quantum jump: How Modi govt's demonetisation exercise has started bearing fruit - S Murlidharan, Firstpost
A rate cut with burgeoning economic concerns ahead - Shivaji Sarkar, Pioneer
Coal India’s road to boosting growth - RC Acharya, Pioneer
Parliament panel waves red flag to GM crops - Business Line
GST, another bubble for e-commerce? - Pioneer
Aadhaar as backbone of biometric India - Shreya Kedia, Pioneer
Is 4 pct inflation new normal? - Pranjul Bhandari, Financial Express
GST, a big boost for the logistics industry - Paran Balakrishnan, Business Line
Nifty50 hits 10,000 for the first time! 7 factors driving the market - Amit Mudgill, Economic Times
GST: When does a service provider need to register across multiple states? - MS Mani, Economic Times
RIL Q1 profit zooms 28% on 9-year-high refining margin - Times of India
Lessons for the field - Ashok Gulati & Siraj Hussain, Indian Express
Higher economic growth, a big ask now - RK Pattnaik & Jagdish Rattanani, Business Line
Watch out for trouble beyond Sensex bubble - Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar, Times of India
How Brexit has begun to unravel - Vidya Ram, Hindu
Maximum support, maximum price - Vikas Pathak, Hindu
Aadhaar uncertainty - Pioneer
GST is no game changer for farmers, yet - Sathya Raghu & V Mokkapati, Business Line
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