COLLATERAL MISMANAGEMENT AND INCREASING NPA’s

1. BACKGROUND/OVERVIEW “Borrow Rs.100 from a bank, it’s your problem. Borrow a hundred million it’s the banks problem” Debt is classified as an NPA (Non-Performing Asset) when loan payments have not been made for a period of 90 days. It was RBI’s independent initiative to conduct a review of the NPA monitoring system during the … Continue reading COLLATERAL MISMANAGEMENT AND INCREASING NPA’s

How Airbed & Breakfast became Airbnb ?

"Creativity is the solution to all problems"- Brian Chesky , co Founder and CEO at Airbnb For those who don't know, Airbnb is an online marketplace where people can lease or rent short term lodging. The $31 billion company does not own any lodging but is merely a broker. So how did two unemployed friends(3 … Continue reading How Airbed & Breakfast became Airbnb ?

​THE LINCHPIN CALLED JIO FOR THE TELECOM SECTOR

India has an ever growing 2 billion telecom (telephone, mobile) subscribers. Before Jios majestic arrival prices and connectivity both soared. But Jio tried changing that on both the spheres. Its entrance into the telecom sector has led to a massive ripple effect. India’s 2nd and 3rd largest operators Vodafone India and Idea Cellular have agreed … Continue reading ​THE LINCHPIN CALLED JIO FOR THE TELECOM SECTOR

NaMo Caused DeMo Impact On Pepo And Eco!

a few of my own thoughts. 🙂
P.S.( written by me)
thank you Blue chip for posting 🙂

THE BLUE CHIP

So on 8th November at around 8:30 at night in India the king of our economy Mr. Cash was dethroned from his magesticity and made a second-class citizen! 86% of the total value of currency in India’s cash-intensive economy was wiped out. This all was done by none other than our beloved PM Mr. Narendra Modi. Well a big question that looms is whether it was done to embed himself in history, to finally respond to the eradication of black money promises made during election or indeed in the goodwill of the nation.

Well there are three school of thoughts. One of them belonging to the not so creamy layer of income (and thinking). For the poor and the middle-class, anything worse than their own suffering is the suffering of the rich. The knowledge that the “baniyon ki Sarkar” was changing its stance was all that mattered to them. Seeing…

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