Headlines: RBI backs RBL Bank; 4 growth strategy themes for Tata Group


RBI Says RBL Bank Well Capitalized with Satisfactory Financial Position

The Reserve Bank of India said Monday that RBL Bank is well capitalized and that its financial situation remains “satisfactory”, amid speculation about the private sector lender in some neighborhoods following recent events surrounding the bank.

In a statement, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) also said there was no need for depositors and other stakeholders to react to speculative reports. Read more

“Digital, energy, supply chain and health will be the strategic themes of the Tata group”

Digital, new energies, supply chain resilience and health will be the themes of the Tata group’s strategy of more than 100 billion dollars, according to its president N Chandrasekaran even as he affirmed that all ambitions depend on learning to live with the coronavirus.

In his New Year’s address to the more than 800,000 employees of the salt-to-software conglomerate, Chandrasekaran said businesses and society must adapt to the virus by preparing as best we can for new epidemics and variants. We are now seeing it with the spread of Omicron “. Read more

MHA issues new advisory for Covid mgmt, calls on states not to let their guard down

Amid the first signs of increasing cases of COVID-19 as well as increased detection of the Omicron variant in different parts of the country, the Center on Monday issued a new advisory to all states and UTs to deal with the pandemic situation.

In the opinion, Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla said states and Union territories may consider imposing local restrictions and restrictions as needed to control the crowd during the holiday season. Read more

Delhi registers 331 new cases of Covid, highest daily number since June 9

Delhi recorded 331 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, the largest single-day increase since June 9 and one death as the positivity rate climbed to 0.68%, according to data shared by the health service from the city.

The death toll from coronavirus infection in Delhi has risen to 25,106. Read more

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