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Can’t extend loan moratorium as it may affect credit discipline: RBI to SC

The Reserve Lender of India, in an affidavit, submitted prior to Supreme Court docket in the personal loan moratorium case, said that it would not be possible to give extra time as a reduction for sectors strike by the coronavirus pandemic.

The Centre made it crystal clear that further more reduction is not possible over and above waiver of desire-on-desire for particular groups of personal loan account getting borrowing up to Rs 2 crore.

In the affidavit, RBI advised Supreme Court docket, “Resolution Framework issued by the Reserve Lender on August 6, 2020 is aimed at facilitating revival of authentic sector actions and mitigating the affect on the ultimate borrowers, which are under financial stress prompted by economic fallout on account of Covid-19 pandemic.”


“In terms of the Resolution Framework, only these borrower accounts shall be eligible for resolution which ended up classified as conventional, but not in default for

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Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan’s previous rites will be carried out in Patna today. Paswan handed absent on Thursday in a Delhi healthcare facility.

The Delhi College is likely to launch its initially slash-off list today for admission to approximately 70,000 seats up for grabs.

A Cabinet meeting of the Telangana authorities will be held at five pm today beneath the chairmanship of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao at Pragathi Bhavan. “The Condition Cabinet will satisfy on Saturday at five pm beneath the chairmanship of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao at Pragathi Bhavan. The Cabinet will focus on the costs to be released in the Legislature. The Cabinet is also predicted to focus on the regulatory farming plan to be executed throughout the summer season year and invest in of Paddy, and so forth,”  an official assertion claimed.

The Rajasthan Congress claimed it will keep a Kisan Sammelan(farmers meeting) today

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