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Six reasons why the current fiscal could be a watershed for Indian banking sector

By: Krishnan Sitaraman, Senior Director, CRISIL Ratings The current fiscal could very well be a watershed for India’s banks. As CRISIL predicted just before the fiscal began, there has been a reversal in two of the biggest challenges — credit offtake and asset quality. No doubt, the Reserve Bank of India’s stringent stressed assets resolution norms, and traction on… Banking ...

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Six reasons why the current fiscal could be a watershed for Indian banking sector

By: Krishnan Sitaraman, Senior Director, CRISIL Ratings The current fiscal could very well be a watershed for India’s banks. As CRISIL predicted just before the fiscal began, there has been a reversal in two of the biggest challenges — credit offtake and asset quality. No doubt, the Reserve Bank of India’s stringent stressed assets resolution norms, and traction on… Banking ...

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Six reasons why the current fiscal could be a watershed for Indian banking sector

By: Krishnan Sitaraman, Senior Director, CRISIL Ratings The current fiscal could very well be a watershed for India’s banks. As CRISIL predicted just before the fiscal began, there has been a reversal in two of the biggest challenges — credit offtake and asset quality. No doubt, the Reserve Bank of India’s stringent stressed assets resolution norms, and traction on… Banking ...

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View: Indian banks clawing out of the woods

By: Krishnan Sitaraman, Senior Director, CRISIL Ratings The current fiscal could very well be a watershed for India’s banks. As CRISIL predicted just before the fiscal began, there has been a reversal in two of the biggest challenges — credit offtake and asset quality. No doubt, the Reserve Bank of India’s stringent stressed assets resolution norms, and traction on… Banking ...

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View: Indian banks clawing out of the woods

By: Krishnan Sitaraman, Senior Director, CRISIL Ratings The current fiscal could very well be a watershed for India’s banks. As CRISIL predicted just before the fiscal began, there has been a reversal in two of the biggest challenges — credit offtake and asset quality. No doubt, the Reserve Bank of India’s stringent stressed assets resolution norms, and tractio… Banking Industry ...

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While Indian tech cos support Intermediaries Guidelines, US firms stand opposed

BENGALURU: Indian and US technology companies were sharply opposed in their responses to the government’s proposal to amend intermediary guidelines that dilute safe harbours given to internet platforms in order to curb fake news and rumours. Reliance Jio, Sharechat and Indiatech.org, which represents Indian companies such as Hike, Ola and MakeMyTrip, supported most of the amendments, including government takedown requests, ...

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While Indian tech cos support Intermediaries Guidelines, US firms stand opposed

BENGALURU: Indian and US technology companies were sharply opposed in their responses to the government’s proposal to amend intermediary guidelines that dilute safe harbours given to internet platforms in order to curb fake news and rumours. Reliance Jio, Sharechat and Indiatech.org, which represents Indian companies such as Hike, Ola and MakeMyTrip, supported most of the amendments, including government takedown requests, ...

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