Issue: January 2018
 
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Concept of saving has always existed in different cultures all over the world. Collecting currency/gold coins in pots and burying them under the earth i...
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  Protagonist to economic transformation by Shri Vivek Kumar, Sanket Tandon and Shubhada Rao
  The authors opine that banking landscape in India will see a transformation with the entry of new age specialized banks
  Managing Non- Performing Assets: A Paradigm Shift by Shri Deepak Narang
  In this article, the author has said that emerging scenario after Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code has kicked in, will change the borrowing culture and make lending, in future by the banks, much safer.
  Bank Recapitalisation : Enhancing Capital Base by Shri Ashutosh Kumar
  The article elucidates that it would be beneficial for the banks to enhance their capital base
  Resolving Insolvency by Shri Indivjal Dhasmana
  The author opines that this time Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code is quite different from the earlier resolution system
Revenue Mobilisation Efforts and the Budget 2017-18 : - by Malini Chakravarty

India’s tax structure is regressive with nearly two-third of total tax collected (taking into account tax collections of both the Centre and the States) being accounted for by indirect taxes. Since the Central government collects most of the direct taxes, in general the tax structure of the Central government tends to be more progressive

 
 
 
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