All posts in Government

I am absolutely against snapping of internet. However, the problem is that some mischievous elements resort to misuse of it and spread hatred, false propaganda and even instigate young boys

Shesh Paul Vaid

I had expected it. All the pieces of evidence were engineered, otherwise, there was no Hindu terror angle

RVS Mani (Former Under Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs)

People who perpetrated the attack (Mecca Masjid) were protected through misuse of agency (NIA), this is what is alarming. How do you compensate those who suffered and were maligned? Will Congress or anyone else who propagated this theory compensate them?

RVS Mani (Former Under Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs)

Shahid Afridi should remember that people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones

Gopalaswami Parthasarathy (Indian Diplomat)

The Governor has said the non-neutrality of RBI's powers comes from the provisions of the BR Act. That needs to be changed. The Governor has made the bank's position on this very clear. 

N S Vishwanathan

I wouldn't call it a crisis, but these are challenging times. In 2008, the financial crisis happened and after that there was a thought that we need liquidity in the system and credit expansion.

Rajnish Kumar

NPAs are a result of this rapid expansion. Also, in retrospect, internal factors such as underwriting standards or credit risk management practices should have been more robust credit decisions are given on certain assumptions

Rajnish Kumar

Those are two different issues and they are not related.

Urjit Patel

What was said in the speech and the debate around it relates to the legal powers that RBI has which seem to be asymmetric between public sector banks and private sector banks and therefore that has got nothing to do with our supervisory and regulatory action on any bank concerned

Urjit Patel

So worst is behind us. Everything now seems to be under control as surgery is over, now we are in recovery phase. We are anticipating that we will be able to come out of this entire problem and pain in the next 6 months

Sunil Mehta (Banking Professional - PNB)

Fraud of this nature could not shake confidence of our customers during this period.

Sunil Mehta (Banking Professional - PNB)

The lawyers will decide. We are in the process. We will file a suit for recovery. All the banks involved in the consortium will file a suit collectively for recovery.

Sunil Mehta (Banking Professional - PNB)

It's a tough time to be a banker. Of course because the customer demands and regulatory pressures are going up. So it’s tough time for bankers and I subscribe to his views. 

Sunil Mehta (Banking Professional - PNB)

Tough times also give you opportunity to transform the bank and we are going to utilise it to transform the bank.

Sunil Mehta (Banking Professional - PNB)

They have gone the extra mile, they have done extra hard work to see that every customer is attended to properly. Now, we are in the bounce-back mode

Sunil Mehta (Banking Professional - PNB)

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