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Rashi Bisaria | September 22, 2020

Minimum support price hiked for wheat, 5 other rabi crops amid Farm Bills Row

Government has hiked minimum support prices (MSPs) for six rabi crops while intense protests by farmers continue across the country over the new farm laws. Farmers are apprehensive that the new laws will undermine the MSP system.

15% of Rs 31.3 lakh crore corporate debt under stress

Close to 15 per cent or corporate debt worth Rs 4.6 lakh crore is stressed, revealed a study by IIFL Securities. These estimates were arrived at using the parameters set by the RBI and were analysed on the universe of 2,306 companies that had an aggregate debt of Rs 31.3 lakh crore and pertains to companies with debt more than Rs 1 crore as of FY20.

'Still-born effort': Rajan, Acharya on Modi govt's reform of public sector banks

The reform of public sector banks so far by Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA government is a "still-born effort," said former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan and former deputy governor Viral Acharya in a newly released research paper. The paper suggested the government to privatise select public sector banks, set up a bad bank to deal with NPAs, and dilute the role of the Department of Financial Services.

E-healthcare platform Medtalks sees 10,000% growth in 6 months

Doctors as well as public have gone virtual to study and keep updated on the happenings in the healthcare sector as the stalemate and anxiety across social life continue due to COVD-19. Healthcare learning and patient education platform Medtalks.in, a leading education platform for all healthcare professionals including doctors, allied healthcare workers, patients and general public, recorded 15 lakh plus visitors, a 10,000% growth in numbers over the last 6 months.

India's Taj Mahal gets first visitors as coronavirus infections climb

India reopened the Taj Mahal after six months on Monday, with the first visitors trickling into the famous monument as authorities reported 86,961 new coronavirus infections across the country, with no signs of a peak yet.

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