BIG STORY
BIG STORY
Economic Affairs Secretary Arvind Mayaram

According to initial rough estimates, such an inclusion could easily fetch around $30 billion, helping alleviate the CAD concerns, which had hit an all-time high of 4.8 per cent of the GDP last financial year.

 
 
Air India was betting on the Dreamliners to turn around. The Dreamliners have faced one problem after another ever since their induction into the Air India fleet.
The new banks cannot survive by being mirror images of existing banks. They have to harness their knowledge based on products they are familiar with.
Stung by the financial crisis of 2008, foreign banks have curbed their exuberant retail lending and are back in clover again.