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August 9, 2019
66th National Film Awards 2019 announced: Ayushmann Khurrana and Vicky Kaushal shared the 'Best Actor' award for their performances in Andhadhun and Uri: The Surgical Strike.

New Delhi, January 3, 2019
The committee will review the current institutional framework in place to support the MSME sector and will study the impact of the recent economic reforms on the sector and identify the structural problems affecting its growth.

Bindu Ananth
Delhi, May 1, 2017
These less-discussed applications of fintech can transform microloan pricing and personal finance, leading to fair lending and wider inclusion

By Bindu Ananth
Delhi, December 28, 2015
Despite the best efforts by policy makers and state-owned banks, the last mile problem has been an insurmountable hurdle in the way of financial inclusion for the poor. Bindu Ananth, Chair - IFMR Trust & IFMR Holdings, busts some common fallacies about financial inclusion.

Douglas Busvine and Devidutta Tripathy
New Delhi/Mumbai, February 2, 2015
Mobile operators and pre-paid wallet players are expected to lead the charge, seeking to add transaction fees to revenue streams from products such as phone minutes and bill payments.

Douglas Busvine and Devidutta Tripathy
New Delhi/Mumbai, January 26, 2015
The regulations announced by RBI, reflect a realisation that traditional banks alone can't achieve the objective of financial inclusion championed by PM Narendra Modi.

Sarika Malhotra
May 27, 2013
Not long ago, venture capital funds had to scout for professionals and woo them into joining the young companies they backed. But, today, experienced professionals are doing so on their own.

Shweta Punj
December 5, 2012
The government aims to transfer Rs 3.2 trillion, or $58 billion, a year to beneficiaries of its subsidy schemes and welfare programmes by the direct cash transfer scheme. It is still unclear though, how the government arrived at the Rs 3.2 trillion figure.