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ICICI Bank board is said to be divided over CEO Chanda Kochhar’s future - Financial Express
The board of India’s ICICI Bank Ltd., which less than two weeks earlier expressed full faith in Chief Executive Officer Chanda Kochhar, is divided over whether to ask her to step down as federal authorities investigate allegations of impropriety over loans made to Videocon group, people with knowledge of the matter said. At least some outside directors are opposed to Kochhar continuing in her role, according to the people, who asked not to be identified as the information is not public.
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ICICI Bank net slides 56%, NPAs decline - Hindu
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Further extend deadline for filing September GST returns till December 31: CAIT to FM Arun Jaitley - Money Control
Petrol, diesel prices cut for fourth straight day - Money Control
Facebook shareholders back proposal to remove Zuckerberg as chairman - Economic Times
Over 50 crore mobiles numbers may face KYC proof issue - Pankaj Doval, Times of India
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Payments companies asked to stop Aadhaar-based services - Pratik Bhakta, Economic Times
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Dealers in national capital to shut petrol pumps on October 22 - Economic Times
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