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RBI should try redeem its reputation and integrity of being an autonomous monetary organisation before it is too late.

The author highlights the problems associated with selective demand of people who have served in government or with regulatory agencies for advisory role in private industries.

With the growing number of Non Performing Assets (NPA) it has now become imperative for banking authorities to develop a suitable model to tackle this matter and possibly eradicate NPAs in the long run.

The author opines that payment banks can gain a significant market share in the competitive landscape of banking sector through technological innovation.

This article explains the author's take on the economic bubble that is created in India due to the huge amount of bad loans or investments by public sector banks.

With the government taking steps towards complete Financial Inclusion, we take a look at what the recent RBI announcement encompases.

The article focuses on the various policies of financial inclusion by the government, one of them being Jan Dhan Yojana.

The article summarizes the importance of financial literacy, irrespective of one's chosen career path. It also suggests ways and means to achieve this financial literacy.

This article talks about the post-recession period of Indian economy and pitches start-ups as credible and strong emerging markets.

By Prateek Ghoshal While there is a global consensus on Raghu Ram Rajan’s intellectual prowess, what is relatively unknown is the element of surprise in him. The January monetary policy review of the RBI gave everyone a taste of precisely this ‘surprise’ element. The repo rate

Nishit Kunal writes about RBI's step towards reforming banking sector in India by removing all notes printed prior to 2005, in a bid to reduce corruption