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  • Delegalising Notes Will have Positive Implications: D Subbarao

    Delegalising Notes Will have Positive Implications: D Subbarao

    "The cleansing of the system" will be positive for bothsavings and investment, " Said the former Governor of RBI

  • Unfair To Put Moral Code Of Conduct On RBI Chief: Subbarao

    Unfair To Put Moral Code Of Conduct On RBI Chief: Subbarao

    Former RBI governor D Subbarao spoke out against the idea of having a 'moral code of conduct' for the central bank head, strongly defending the right of public intellectuals like his successor Raghuram Rajan to use the gravitas of the office for public good.

  • I Had Felt FCNR Deposits To Be An Idiotic Idea: Raghuram Rajan

    I Had Felt FCNR Deposits To Be An Idiotic Idea: Raghuram Rajan

    Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan disclosed that idea of raising diaspora deposits, which changed the downward course of the rupee when he took over in September 2013, had come from bankers and he was very sceptical about it given the cost to the exchequer.

  • RBI Faced Pressures From Government For Cutting Rates: D Subbarao

    RBI Faced Pressures From Government For Cutting Rates: D Subbarao

    D Subbarao, who was governor of the Reserve Bank of India during the UPA regime, on Thursday said there was pressure from the government to cut lending rates but he did not succumb to it.

  • 'Differences Between RBI, Government Contribute To Improve Policies'

    'Differences Between RBI, Government Contribute To Improve Policies'

    Former Reserve Bank Governor D Subbarao has said differences between the central bank and the government are not bad in themselves but contribute to improving public policies.

  • Former RBI Governor Subbarao Admits To 'Inaction' For NPA Mess

    Former RBI Governor Subbarao Admits To 'Inaction' For NPA Mess

    Admitting that the "action or inaction" of RBI during his tenure could have been among reasons for the present bad loan crisis, former governor D Subbarao said he should have addressed those issues.

  • New Panel On Interest Rate No Threat To RBI Autonomy: D Subbarao

    New Panel On Interest Rate No Threat To RBI Autonomy: D Subbarao

    The new interest rate setting Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) could enhance the autonomy of the Reserve Bank and will put greater discipline on both the central bank and the government to meet their targets, former RBI Governor D Subbarao has said.

  • It Was Baptism By Fire: Subbarao On Early Months As RBI Governor

    It Was Baptism By Fire: Subbarao On Early Months As RBI Governor

    "It was baptism by fire," Duvvuri Subbarao said as he recounted his early months as governor of the Reserve Bank of India in 2008, a time when Lehman Brothers collapsed and pushed the global financial sector into a "near death" experience.

  • Raghuram Rajan Says No Plans To Write Tell-All Book

    Raghuram Rajan Says No Plans To Write Tell-All Book

    Outgoing Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan, known for his outspoken ways, has no "immediate plans" to write a tell-all book on his experience as head of the central bank, unlike his predecessor D Subbarao whose quite revealing memoir has just come out.

  • Raghuram Rajan's Formidable Reputation Helped Stabilise Rupee: Subbarao

    Raghuram Rajan's Formidable Reputation Helped Stabilise Rupee: Subbarao

    Former Reserve Bank Governor Duvvuri Subbarao has credited his successor Raghuram Rajan's "formidable reputation" for bringing sanity to the forex market when the rupee had lost nearly 25 per cent amid 'taper tantrums' in the summer of 2013.

  • Chidambaram, Pranab Put Pressure Over Interest Rates, Claims Ex-RBI Chief Subbarao

    Chidambaram, Pranab Put Pressure Over Interest Rates, Claims Ex-RBI Chief Subbarao

    Former RBI governor Duvvuri Subbarao has alleged that ex-finance ministers P Chidambaram and Pranab Mukherjee interfered in the functioning of the central bank.

  • Inflation Hits Poor The Most, RBI Must Listen To Them, Says D Subbarao

    Inflation Hits Poor The Most, RBI Must Listen To Them, Says D Subbarao

    Reserve Bank of India has to listen to voices of the poor who are hurt the most by inflation, its former Governor Duvvuri Subbarao said adding that cutting interest rates is not necessarily the solution to stimulate investment.

  • RBI Has Insufficient Mechanisms To Render Accountability: D Subbarao

    RBI Has Insufficient Mechanisms To Render Accountability: D Subbarao

    He said there are procedures in RBI for rendering accountability, noting that Parliament's Standing Committees can summon the Governor for evidence on specific issues, and RBI itself holding seminars in different institutions toexplain its policies.

  • Shame many don't have bank accounts, KYC norms need a relook: RBI chief

    Shame many don't have bank accounts, KYC norms need a relook: RBI chief

    Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan has said it is shameful that so many people in the country do not have access to banking and emphasised the need to make KYC norms less bureaucratic.

  • Rupee defence may see 'dramatic re-orientation' under Rajan: report

    Rupee defence may see 'dramatic re-orientation' under Rajan: report

    The Indian rupee crashed to a record low of 68.85 per US dollar last week and is the worst performing Asian currency. The RBI's attempts to tighten liquidty and the government's "quick fix" solutions such as banning duty free import of flat TV sets have failed to prevent a dramatic slide in the rupee so far.

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