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'Cash Transfers' - 24 News Result(s)

  • Google Tez App: How to Use and Early Takeaways

    Google Tez App: How to Use and Early Takeaways

    Google Tez, the Internet search giant’s first UPI-enabled digital payments app was launched in India this week.

  • SBI Raises Quick Transfer Limit. Details Here

    SBI Raises Quick Transfer Limit. Details Here

    SBIs quick transfer feature eliminates the need of registering the user making the process of transferring funds quicker.

  • SBI ATM Withdrawal Rules, Cheque Book And Others Charges. Details Here

    SBI ATM Withdrawal Rules, Cheque Book And Others Charges. Details Here

    SBI has clarified that customers of its mobile wallet State Bank Buddy will be charged 3 per cent plus GST of 18 per cent on transfer from Buddy to bank account using IMPS.

  • Army Officer, Middleman Arrested By CBI In Cash-For-Transfer Case

    Army Officer, Middleman Arrested By CBI In Cash-For-Transfer Case

    A Lieutenant Colonel in the army has been arrested for allegedly manipulating postings of officers for money. Lt Colonel Ranganathan Suvramani Moni has been accused of taking bribes to arrange transfers at the army headquarters, along with a middleman, Gaurav Kohli, who has also been arrested.

  • Apple Said to Warn Chinese Social Media Apps to Disable 'Tip' Functions

    Apple Said to Warn Chinese Social Media Apps to Disable 'Tip' Functions

    The iPhone maker also said that if the companies fail to disable the function, it would start collecting 30 percent on all cash transfers, a report in Wall Street Journal said late on Friday.

  • Universal Basic Income: Government Report Lists Pros And Cons

    Universal Basic Income: Government Report Lists Pros And Cons

    Universal basic income (UBI), a radical idea that is gaining attention in countries such as Finland and France, proposes giving every citizen an income to cover their basic needs.

  • Universal Basic Income For India Suddenly Trendy. Look Out

    Universal Basic Income For India Suddenly Trendy. Look Out

    A recent headline in Quartz, an otherwise serious media agency, claims that Jammu and Kashmir is the first state in India to "commit to a universal basic income" (UBI). A glance at the original source quickly negates this claim: it is based on nothing more than "seeds of a thought" (sic) from the Finance Minister of J&K about possible cash transfer...

  • Truckers Demand Online Payment Facility At State Borders

    Truckers Demand Online Payment Facility At State Borders

    With their cash drying up and vehicles stranded at highways post the demonetisation of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, a truckers body on Monday asked the government to facilitate online fund transfers for payments at state borders.

  • Windfall Awaits Oil Firms, FY16 Under-Recoveries Set to Dip 58%: Icra

    Windfall Awaits Oil Firms, FY16 Under-Recoveries Set to Dip 58%: Icra

    Oil companies are poised for a windfall as under-recoveries are set to drop by a massive 58 per cent to Rs 30,000 crore in 2015-16 from Rs 72,300 crore in the previous fiscal year on the back of plummeting crude prices and increased penetration of direct cash transfers, according to a report by Icra.

  • World's Poorest Need $160 a Year to End Hunger: United Nations

    World's Poorest Need $160 a Year to End Hunger: United Nations

    Just $160 per year for each person living in extreme poverty would eradicate world hunger by 2030, the United Nations said today, recommending the money should be delivered through both cash transfers and 'pro-poor' investments.

  • As Centre Moves Quietly to Replace Subsidised Foodgrain With Cash, States Object

    As Centre Moves Quietly to Replace Subsidised Foodgrain With Cash, States Object

    Even as the government finds itself under fire for the Land Acquisition Ordinance, there are now concerns over whether it is choosing a backdoor route of making food subsidy payments by cash transfers.

  • Training, Fans and Transfers: The New 'Athletes' of Online Gaming

    Training, Fans and Transfers: The New 'Athletes' of Online Gaming

    They train hard, have their own fans, sponsors and managers, and transfer to rival teams: Online gaming pros are not dissimilar to athletes, adopting rigour and dedication to win and cash in on their success.

  • RBI panel for raising priority sector lending cap to 50 per cent

    RBI panel for raising priority sector lending cap to 50 per cent

    While favouring direct cash transfers to farmers to pay any kind of interest subvention or debt waiver, a Reserve Bank of India panel on Tuesday recommended raising the priority sector lending (PSL) target to 50 per cent from the current 40 per cent.

  • LPG subsidy to be covered by direct cash transfers

    LPG subsidy to be covered by direct cash transfers

    The government has decided to expand its Direct Cash Benefits Transfer Scheme to another 78 districts starting July 1. New states that will be covered by the scheme include Bihar, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh.

  • LPG subsidy to be covered by direct cash transfers

    LPG subsidy to be covered by direct cash transfers

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday said he had been informed that the process of tracking and monitoring system in Direct Benefit Transfers (DBT) was "unsatisfactory" and asserted that there was a need to track funds and information about the beneficiaries.

'Cash Transfers' - 19 Video Result(s)

'Cash Transfers' - 24 News Result(s)

  • Google Tez App: How to Use and Early Takeaways

    Google Tez App: How to Use and Early Takeaways

    Google Tez, the Internet search giant’s first UPI-enabled digital payments app was launched in India this week.

  • SBI Raises Quick Transfer Limit. Details Here

    SBI Raises Quick Transfer Limit. Details Here

    SBIs quick transfer feature eliminates the need of registering the user making the process of transferring funds quicker.

  • SBI ATM Withdrawal Rules, Cheque Book And Others Charges. Details Here

    SBI ATM Withdrawal Rules, Cheque Book And Others Charges. Details Here

    SBI has clarified that customers of its mobile wallet State Bank Buddy will be charged 3 per cent plus GST of 18 per cent on transfer from Buddy to bank account using IMPS.

  • Army Officer, Middleman Arrested By CBI In Cash-For-Transfer Case

    Army Officer, Middleman Arrested By CBI In Cash-For-Transfer Case

    A Lieutenant Colonel in the army has been arrested for allegedly manipulating postings of officers for money. Lt Colonel Ranganathan Suvramani Moni has been accused of taking bribes to arrange transfers at the army headquarters, along with a middleman, Gaurav Kohli, who has also been arrested.

  • Apple Said to Warn Chinese Social Media Apps to Disable 'Tip' Functions

    Apple Said to Warn Chinese Social Media Apps to Disable 'Tip' Functions

    The iPhone maker also said that if the companies fail to disable the function, it would start collecting 30 percent on all cash transfers, a report in Wall Street Journal said late on Friday.

  • Universal Basic Income: Government Report Lists Pros And Cons

    Universal Basic Income: Government Report Lists Pros And Cons

    Universal basic income (UBI), a radical idea that is gaining attention in countries such as Finland and France, proposes giving every citizen an income to cover their basic needs.

  • Universal Basic Income For India Suddenly Trendy. Look Out

    Universal Basic Income For India Suddenly Trendy. Look Out

    A recent headline in Quartz, an otherwise serious media agency, claims that Jammu and Kashmir is the first state in India to "commit to a universal basic income" (UBI). A glance at the original source quickly negates this claim: it is based on nothing more than "seeds of a thought" (sic) from the Finance Minister of J&K about possible cash transfer...

  • Truckers Demand Online Payment Facility At State Borders

    Truckers Demand Online Payment Facility At State Borders

    With their cash drying up and vehicles stranded at highways post the demonetisation of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, a truckers body on Monday asked the government to facilitate online fund transfers for payments at state borders.

  • Windfall Awaits Oil Firms, FY16 Under-Recoveries Set to Dip 58%: Icra

    Windfall Awaits Oil Firms, FY16 Under-Recoveries Set to Dip 58%: Icra

    Oil companies are poised for a windfall as under-recoveries are set to drop by a massive 58 per cent to Rs 30,000 crore in 2015-16 from Rs 72,300 crore in the previous fiscal year on the back of plummeting crude prices and increased penetration of direct cash transfers, according to a report by Icra.

  • World's Poorest Need $160 a Year to End Hunger: United Nations

    World's Poorest Need $160 a Year to End Hunger: United Nations

    Just $160 per year for each person living in extreme poverty would eradicate world hunger by 2030, the United Nations said today, recommending the money should be delivered through both cash transfers and 'pro-poor' investments.

  • As Centre Moves Quietly to Replace Subsidised Foodgrain With Cash, States Object

    As Centre Moves Quietly to Replace Subsidised Foodgrain With Cash, States Object

    Even as the government finds itself under fire for the Land Acquisition Ordinance, there are now concerns over whether it is choosing a backdoor route of making food subsidy payments by cash transfers.

  • Training, Fans and Transfers: The New 'Athletes' of Online Gaming

    Training, Fans and Transfers: The New 'Athletes' of Online Gaming

    They train hard, have their own fans, sponsors and managers, and transfer to rival teams: Online gaming pros are not dissimilar to athletes, adopting rigour and dedication to win and cash in on their success.

  • RBI panel for raising priority sector lending cap to 50 per cent

    RBI panel for raising priority sector lending cap to 50 per cent

    While favouring direct cash transfers to farmers to pay any kind of interest subvention or debt waiver, a Reserve Bank of India panel on Tuesday recommended raising the priority sector lending (PSL) target to 50 per cent from the current 40 per cent.

  • LPG subsidy to be covered by direct cash transfers

    LPG subsidy to be covered by direct cash transfers

    The government has decided to expand its Direct Cash Benefits Transfer Scheme to another 78 districts starting July 1. New states that will be covered by the scheme include Bihar, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh.

  • LPG subsidy to be covered by direct cash transfers

    LPG subsidy to be covered by direct cash transfers

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday said he had been informed that the process of tracking and monitoring system in Direct Benefit Transfers (DBT) was "unsatisfactory" and asserted that there was a need to track funds and information about the beneficiaries.

  • Amazon fighting $234 million tax deficiency in US tax court

    Amazon fighting $234 million tax deficiency in US tax court

    Amazon.com Inc is challenging a $234 million US tax bill, contesting Internal Revenue Service tax calculations for cash transfers between the parent company and its European subsidiaries, according to a court filing.

  • Direct cash transfer of subsidies will be delayed if systems not in place, says P Chidambaram

    Direct cash transfer of subsidies will be delayed if systems not in place, says P Chidambaram

    Finance Minister P Chidambaram said today that the direct cash transfer of subsidies will miss its January 1 launch in districts where necessary arrangements, such as a digitised list of beneficiaries with the banks, are not in place.

  • PM's office asks ministries to speed up work on cash transfer scheme

    PM's office asks ministries to speed up work on cash transfer scheme

    the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has instructed ministries and departments to immediately start work for the rollout of the direct cash transfer of subsidies programme from January 1.

  • Chidambaram sets stage for launch of Direct Cash Transfer scheme on January 1

    Chidambaram sets stage for launch of Direct Cash Transfer scheme on January 1

    A day after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh formally announced direct cash transfers (DCT) to beneficiaries of subsidies, Finance Minister P Chidambaram said that 42 schemes have been identified for the same, which include food, fertilisers and NREGA. Of these, he said, 29 schemes are all ready to be rolled out via direct transfer from January 1.

  • PM launches Aadhar-based direct cash transfers in 51 districts of India

    PM launches Aadhar-based direct cash transfers in 51 districts of India

    From January 1, 2013, this scheme is expected benefit people in 51 districts across the country, where Aadhar cards have been distributed in large numbers. The government aims to cover the entire country by the end of next year, ahead of the 2014 elections.

  • India risks backlash hurrying through Aadhaar project

    India risks backlash hurrying through Aadhaar project

    Villagers say while they now pay market rates for kerosene, the cash transfers due to them are often not deposited in their accounts.

  • Prime Minister's scheme for direct cash transfer to subsidy beneficiaries: PMO statement

    With an aim to check corruption and pilferage of subsidised items, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has set up a scheme of direct transfer of cash to intended beneficiaries that is expected to cover one quarter of households. Here is the full statement issued by Prime Minister's Office:

  • Prime Minister leads initiative for direct cash transfer to subsidy beneficiaries

    Prime Minister leads initiative for direct cash transfer to subsidy beneficiaries

    The Prime Minister has begun the process of developing a system that will allow cash to be transferred directly to the bank accounts of those who qualify for government subsidies and schemes. A committee headed by him will supervise the plan and deadlines for the electronic cash transfer system that is intended to eventually cover a quarter of all ...

  • Banks offer cash transfers to cell number, e-mail

    Banks offer cash transfers to cell number, e-mail

    Three of US' four largest banks are launching a system that lets customers transfer money from their checking accounts using only a mobile number or e-mail address. The banks say the service, called clearXchange, will make payments easier than traditional money transfers, which require a bank routing number and move through a system control...

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