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Nidhi Singal
New Delhi, June 9, 2021
How technology has transformed the way educational institutions function


BusinessToday.In
June 7, 2021
Besides providing ease of compliance, the new portal is aimed at providing the taxpayers a seamless and modern experience


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, May 19, 2021
In the last two years, the Government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI)  have supported the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) by way of loan restructuring, collateral-free working capital loans,  subordinated debt,  equity infusion through the funds of funds, and special treatment under the bankruptcy code. But the MSMEs demand is increasing day by day. They are now asking for relaxation in NPA classification, interest-free loans, deferment of statutory taxes, and also rationalisation in import duties. But it is time now to think beyond loan restructuring and regulatory forbearances. In a post-Covid world, the global supply chains are witnessing a structural shift, which offers a big opportunity for Indian and global companies. The cash flow-based lending by new-age NBFCs and Fintechs should be encouraged to benefit a large number of MSMEs. The government and the RBI should also support the online trade receivables discounting platforms to improve the MSMEs' working capital cycle. Last but not least, MSMEs will also have to take a lead in the adoption of technology, digitalization of factories, and improving corporate governance. Anand Adhikari, Executive Editor, Business Today breaks it down for us. WATCH : Valuation is key in IDBI Bank sale; Here's why


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, May 13, 2021
The government and LIC have taken a decision to offload the equity stake in the development financial institution turned IDBI Bank to a strategic investor. But the big question is at what price the stake will be sold to a strategic investor. At the current valuations, the bank will be sold at a dirt-cheap price.  In fact, the sale should be based on the forward-looking parameters, which are very encouraging for the bank. The bank has witnessed a turnaround with the first-ever profits in the last five years. It has completely shifted from a corporate bank to a retail bank, which is much secured in terms of asset quality. The LIC-IDBI Combo offers a huge opportunity to cross-sell as the insurance giants have crores of customers.  And finally, the new buyer has to pay a control premium for acquiring a large stake and also a banking license, which is difficult to get as there are many aspirants. Anand Adikari, Executive Edtior, Business Today looks at the valuation issues surrounding the stake sale. Also Read : E-investingWatch More: How to make ARCs more effective to manage post-Covid NPAs  


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, April 27, 2021
The Reserve Bank of India is trying its best to keep the borrowings cost low for the government by keeping the long-term government securities (G-Sec) yields at a low level.  This support from the central bank is coming by way of surplus liquidity despite the signs of higher inflationary pressure. The CPI inflation projection for 2021-22 is at 5 percent as against the upper tolerance limit of 6 percent set by the government.  RBI  is defending its decision by reasoning that the G- Sec yield curve management is for the public good. It says the yield management not only brings down the government borrowing cost but also reduces the interest cost for corporate in the bond market. But it is easier said than done. There is a cost associated with keeping the interest low for an extended period and also managing G-Sec yields when the inflation expectations are high. Anand Adhikari, Executive Editor, Business Today, looks at the likely dangers and consequences of adopting such a policy of low-interest rates and yield management. Read More | New inflation trouble for RBI! Currency depreciation against US dollar big worryAlso Watch | E-mandate options on your debit and credit cards after September


Aprajita Sharma
New Delhi, April 16, 2021
Investment platform Groww, raising $83 million at a valuation of $1 billion, is now the first VC-funded fintech start-up to become a unicorn. The series D funding round was led by Tiger Global. In an interview with Aprajita Sharma of Business Today, co-founder Lalit Keshre talks about fresh funding utilisation and key areas where they will offer services soon. The key ones include derivatives, deposits in tie-up with banks and US stock investment. They are eyeing insurance and lending businesses too. \"We will venture into everything, but investments will remain our focus,\" says Keshre. Watch the video to know more.WATCH MORE | What Indian investors should know about SPACsALSO WATCH | Max Life Insurance CEO Prashant Tripathy on price hike in term insurance plan


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, March 16, 2021
The banks flush with liquidity  are offering all time low home loan rates of 6.65 -6.75 per cent. At a time when the corporate book is not growing and there are risks in unsecured personal and credit card loans, the banks are betting on safe and secured mortgages, which also offers the opportunity to cross sell more products to a borrower. But these low home loan rates are coming at a time when there is a risk of rising interest rates.  Are banks making enough efforts to make the borrower understand the likely possibility of higher interest rates ? Anand Adhikari, Executive Editor, Business Today, explains. READ| Low home loan interest rates: What to keep in mind before bottom fishing?ALSO READ | 6 reasons why cryptocurrencies need to be regulatedALSO WATCH | MPC Review: Looking beyond the inflation target and inflation benchmark


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 15, 2021
India Today Conclave South: Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that India is not shutting off all options when it comes to cryptocurrency or blockchain and fintech. Speaking at the India Today Conclave South, Sitharaman said that a Cabinet note is being prepared on the issue which will give full details on the formulation of cryptocurrency in India. She added that people would be given adequate windows to experiment with blockchain, bitcoins and cryptocurrency. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Bank strike: Employees in smaller towns, cities take to streets; march in processions


Nidhi Singal
New Delhi, February 18, 2021
How workflow automation is helping organisations become more efficient by reducing errors and operational costs


India Today Tech
New Delhi, February 8, 2021
The functionality will let users mute videos before sending them to contact by tapping on the volume button in the section where videos are edited.


India Today Tech
New Delhi, February 3, 2021
Instagram is testing a new change with select users that will not let people add a feed post to Stories.


Manoj Sharma
February 2, 2021
RBI's recent order comes after it advised HDFC Bank to temporarily stop all new launches of digital business generating activities planned under its programme Digital 2.0 on December 3, 2020


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, January 30, 2021
A host of economists have suggested that the government needs to spend more towards the overall economy and infrastructure to create enough demand in the economy. This would finally bring us out of this recession. But where will the government get resources from? Watch the video as Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today explains ways by which the government could raise resources and spend more to finally achieve its targets, in part 2 of the Budget series. Watch: Union Budget: What's working, what's not for India's economy


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, January 28, 2021
The economic revival activities in India have started in full swing now. The country has witnessed a spike in the demand for automobiles and consumer durables, with unemployment declining to one-third of what it was at the peak of lockdown. Watch as Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today, explains which sectors have helped the economy, in Business Today's new 'Budget' series. Also Read: Budget 2021: Date, time, sector-wise expectations; everything you need to knowAlso Watch: Budget 2021: Why India can't borrow more


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, January 27, 2021
For the first time , the Fintech industry  which is offering small ticket size loans digitally  has  come under the scanner of the RBI for unhealthy lending practices in the market. The rise of instant loan app platforms has also encouraged many  unregulated entities , which are not registered with RBI as NBFCs to take  advantage of the small Borrowers. There are many apps that have tie-up with banks and NBFCs for loans. In  fact , the  casual approach of some of the regulated players is also responsible for  these bad practices.  The recent instances of borrowers committing  suicide has already forced the  RBI to set up a working group to study the issues like consumer protection , data privacy, charging high interest rates, and  harsh recovery methods. The Government and regulators have to monitor the space more closely to plug the regulatory gaps and  keep strengthening the regulations time and again. Digital lending is the future for serving the under - banked and under -served customers both in metros and rural areas. Anand Adhikari, Executive Editor, Business Today, explains more. Major risks that can disrupt the stock rally, bring down the market


Manali
January 25, 2021
Referring to a quote from Abraham Lincoln's famous Gettysburg Address wherein the United States' 16th President had said that \"all men are created equal\", the girl asked her mother \"aren't women created equal too\"


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 23, 2021
The stock markets behave independently in the short term, but follow economic growth and corporate earnings during the long run. The world is going through an unprecedented time with the coronavirus pandemic impacting global economies. Nirmal Jain, Founder and Chairman, IIFL Group talks about what drives  market performance, how it behaved during the first few days after lockdown and how it recovered.Also Read: MindRush 2021: How companies 'rebuilt' businesses amid Covid-19 crisis


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, January 21, 2021
P D Vaghela, Chairman, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), spoke about the various use cases of the 5G network and how it was the right time for India to deploy it. In a discussion with Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today, Vaghela shared the importance of 5G use cases and its implementation status in India. He also added that the next generation telecom network will open endless possibilities and opportunities for IOT, M2M based applications, delivering high speed. Watch as he talks about the different 5G use cases in detail. Watch More: Experts discuss ways by which govt could spur growth of the economy


Manas Tiwari
New Delhi, December 24, 2020
TikTok had emerged as a major source of income for several content creator. As expected, they didn't even know how to react to the ban.


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, December 9, 2020
The Reserve Bank of India's working group has recommended allowing large corporate and industrial  houses to set up commercial banks.  This is a big shift in the RBI's policy of granting banking licenses. The working group is also in favour of allowing well established NBFCs promoted by the large industrial houses to convert into banking entities. But the banking Licensing framework for large corporations should fix credit gaps in the financial system. The country today needs large banking units to fund infrastructure and MSMEs to create future revenue generating assets like roads , ports and airports , support manufacturing and create a good network of ancillary units for the world  and create employment opportunities. The retail banking space is already a crowded space and entry of new banks would only create more clones of the same. Anand Adhikari, Executive Editor, Business Today, explains more. WATCH MORE: Sorry, Modern Monetary Theory Not for India


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