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RBI Opens On-Tap Bank Licence With Many Riders

The Reserve of Bank of India has announced new guidelines for the so-called on-tap bank licensing, which means those eligible can apply any time without waiting for the open window system followed earlier. This is the third round of RBI’s initiative to rope in NBFCs, most of them microfinance institutions, to enter the mainstream banking arena in view of the ...

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Taj Mahal Entry Tickets Now Available Online from Dec. 25, 2014

With over 5 million visitors this year compared to 6 million in 2013, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), which safeguards the Taj Mahal, India’s premier marble monument of love, will open online booking for entrance tickets from December 25, 2014, marking the birthday of former BJP PM Atal Behari Vajpayee, who never married. The long-pending demand from Agra hoteliers ...

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Pakistan Seeks $1.1 Billion From IMF, May Get with Riders on Lowering Deficit

Pakistan will more likely receive a loan instalment 1.1 billion dollars from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) next month as the latter is satisfied with its economic performance, government officials said here Saturday. According to Pakistan finance ministry, this will enable the IMF to go to their Board for the release of fifth tranche of about 1.1 billion dollars, possibly ...

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