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  • Financial Products Tailor-Made For Women

    Financial Products Tailor-Made For Women

    According to the latest data available with the Reserve Bank of India the share of women deposit holders has also witnessed a rise from 26 per cent in 2012 to 30 per cent in 2013.

  • California Bank Robbery Ends in Three Deaths

    California Bank Robbery Ends in Three Deaths

    Three bank robbers took three screaming women hostage as they made their getaway and waged a ferocious, high-speed gun battle with police that left three people dead and cars and homes riddled with bullets, authorities said.

  • Protest against Canara Bank's New Personal Details Format

    Protest against Canara Bank's New Personal Details Format

    Public sector Canara Bank's stipulations for new appointees to declare their medical history, including menstrual cycle details by women recruits, have sparked protest by its employees

  • SBI's Bhattacharya, ICICI's Kochhar Among Forbes' Most Powerful Women

    SBI's Bhattacharya, ICICI's Kochhar Among Forbes' Most Powerful Women

    State Bank of India chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya and ICICI Bank managing director Chanda Kochhar are among the five women from India who featured in Forbes' 100 most powerful women in the world, a list topped by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

  • 700 Million Women Subject to Conjugal Violence: World Bank

    700 Million Women Subject to Conjugal Violence: World Bank

    More than 700 million women worldwide are subject to physical or sexual violence from their husbands or partners, many with little right to protection, the World Bank said on Wednesday.

  • SBI extends home loan offer for women borrowers

    SBI extends home loan offer for women borrowers

    Under the scheme, SBI charges an interest rate of 10.10 per cent for loans up to Rs. 75 lakh and 10.25 per cent for loans above Rs 75 lakh.

  • ICICI to more than double loans to women SGHs next fiscal

    ICICI to more than double loans to women SGHs next fiscal

    When asked for the business details, Ms. Kochhar refused to call the vertical either as a profit center nor did she say that it is part of its CSR efforts. It is an "initiative" which has wide impact on the society, bank's managing director and chief...

  • Indra Nooyi, Chanda Kochhar in Fortune's list of 50 powerful businesswomen

    Indra Nooyi, Chanda Kochhar in Fortune's list of 50 powerful businesswomen

    PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi and ICICI Bank Managing Director Chanda Kochhar are among Fortune magazine's list of 50 most powerful women in business who are "taking on the world" by pushing into new territories and inspiring women in their home countries....

  • SBI gives 2-year sabbatical option to women staff

    SBI gives 2-year sabbatical option to women staff

    Women employees of State Bank of India (SBI) can now take a two-year sabbatical leave from work for purposes like children's education.

  • SBI cuts home loan rates, woman borrowers to benefit more

    SBI cuts home loan rates, woman borrowers to benefit more

    India's biggest lender State Bank of India (SBI) on Thursday cut interest rates on home loans by 0.15 per cent to 0.35 per cent and introduced special home loan rates for women customers.

  • SKS Microfinance completes Rs 80.81 crore securitisation deal

    SKS Microfinance completes Rs 80.81 crore securitisation deal

    According to a press release issued SKS Microfinance, the deal involved downloading receivables from micro loans extended to 100,850 rural women entrepreneurs through a Special Purpose Vehicle whose Pass Through Certificates (PTCs) have been purchase...

  • Google India launches 'Helping Women Get Online' campaign

    Google India launches 'Helping Women Get Online' campaign

    Google is collaborating with Intel, HUL and Axis bank on the campaign, and aims to get 50 million women online in one year.

  • Google India aims to bring 50 million women online

    Google India aims to bring 50 million women online

    With women comprising just 30 per cent of the online population in India, Internet giant Google said yesterday it aims to help 50 million women in the country go digital in a year.

  • Google India aims to bring 50 million women online

    Google India aims to bring 50 million women online

    With women comprising just 30 per cent of the online population in India, Internet giant Google today said it aims to help 50 million women in the country go digital in a year.

  • RBI directs PSU banks to give loans to women self-help groups at 7 per cent

    RBI directs PSU banks to give loans to women self-help groups at 7 per cent

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday directed public sector banks to provide credit to women self-help groups at the rate of 7 per cent per annum so as to get the benefit of interest subvention scheme under the Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yoja...

  • India's first women-only bank now open: top 10 facts

    India's first women-only bank now open: top 10 facts

    The first branch of India's first all-woman bank -- Bharatiya Mahila Bank -- opened in Lucknow on Tuesday. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi inaugurated the branch via video conferencing from Mumbai. Finance Minister P...

  • India's first women-only bank hires 1/3rd men for entry-level position

    India's first women-only bank hires 1/3rd men for entry-level position

    The Prime Minister inaugurated the bank today, which will focus on lending to women and women-run businesses. It will also predominantly employ women. Seven branches will be operational from today and the government aims at 25 branches by March 31.

  • Lucknow: All-women bank's first branch to open today

    Lucknow: All-women bank's first branch to open today

    A branch of India's first all-women bank -- Bharatiya Mahila Bank -- will open in Lucknow today, officials said.

  • World Bank says expanded access to banking services comes with risks

    World Bank says expanded access to banking services comes with risks

    Mobile technology and regulatory reforms have made it easier and cheaper for private and public companies around the world to offer banking services to the poor, youth, women and rural residents, and others who lacked access.

  • First women's bond from World Bank raises $165 million

    First women's bond from World Bank raises $165 million

    The International Finance Corporation (IFC) issued the new five-year, triple-A rated bond to Japanese investors. It follows the World Bank's sale of several billion dollars in "green bonds" over the past five years, whose proceeds go to help countrie...

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