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At the end of March last year, KCC loans stood at  ₹7.09 trillion, which account for about 40% of the total agricultural loans made by banks (Representational image)
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PM Modi takes first dose of coronavirus vaccine at AIIMS Delhi today. (@narendramodi)
PM Modi takes first dose of coronavirus vaccine at AIIMS Delhi today. (@narendramodi)

PM Modi takes first dose of covid-19 vaccine

  • With eight states showing a spike in fresh infections, India is set to start its second phase of covid-19 vaccination from Monday, now extended to senior citizens and people aged 45 and over with co-morbidities.

Stock Market Today: Indian indices are expected to rise higher amid cues from Asian peers. (ANI Photo)
Stock Market Today: Indian indices are expected to rise higher amid cues from Asian peers. (ANI Photo)
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Market LIVE Updates: Indian equities seen firm; SGX Nifty in the green

  • Share Market LIVE Updates: Asian shares rallied on Monday as some semblance of calm returned to bond markets after last week's wild ride, while progress in the huge US stimulus package underpinned optimism about the global economy and sent oil prices higher.

Inflation is measured on a basket of items with weightages assigned
Inflation is measured on a basket of items with weightages assigned

There's not much to worry about inflation in 2021

Beyond March, the base effect is favourable, which will ease headline inflation

Source: HT Print

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Women gather at a village fair in Morigaon district of Assam. The microfinance saga in the state has become inextricably linked with women borrowers (Getty)
Women gather at a village fair in Morigaon district of Assam. The microfinance saga in the state has become inextricably linked with women borrowers (Getty)

Assam shakes up the micro loans universe

  • An attempt to rein in MFIs in the state on the eve of elections could finally force RBI to change the rules
  • Experts have pointed out that people in northeastern states are more consumerist, happy to take loans when it is easily available to spend on conspicuous consumption.

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