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BOB completes integration of erstwhile Dena, Vijaya banks with itself

The bank has completed the integration of 1,770 erstwhile Dena Bank branches in December 2020, and had earlier completed the integration of 2,128 erstwhile Vijaya Bank branches in September 2020, the lender said in a release.

Uber Eats’ team in Hyderabad leads innovation in Japan, Belgium

The Hyderabad-based Indian tech teams, comprising the Engineering and Product divisions, have also led a global-first for Uber Eats by integrating it into the PayPay app.

From driving licence to debit card usage, list of rules set to change from October 1

As per the amendments brought by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, drivers need not carry a copy of their RC and driving licence and a soft copy will also be valid.

IIT Madras develops ‘MOUSHIK’ chip for IoT devices

It also includes personalised health management systems, consumer electronics including but not restricted to washing machines and water pump monitoring systems.

Sushant’s CA Sandeep Sridhar joins CBI probe

The source said, that the agency is likely to summon the doctors who carried the post mortem of Sushant in the coming days, as the time of death was missing in the seven-page report.

Galaxy Note20 pre-registration hits 5 lakh in India: Samsung

The smartphone features a 6.7-inch full-HD+ (1,080x2,400 pixels) Infinity-O Super AMOLED+ flat display with 60Hz refresh rate and 20:9 aspect ratio.

Samsung working on smart debit cards

In 2020, Samsung Pay will be expanding its service from being a rewarding way to shop and pay, to also being a rewarding way to manage money, according to the company.

Paytm Payments Bank partners Mastercard to launch debit cards

PPBL claims to have 5.7 crore bank account holders and 30 crore digital wallets.

Yes Bank debit cards can be used at other banks also

The move comes after long queues were seen at Yes Bank ATMs and branches and numerous complaints by customers that they were not being able to withdraw any money.

UPI was most preferred payment mode in volume terms in 2019

UPI recorded a transaction volume of 10.8 billion in 2019, a year-over-year increase of 188 per cent, said the report from payments company Worldline India (WI).

New rules for financial transactions

"You need to get a new ATM card if your card is a magstripe card, as it will get blocked due to RBI directives to discontinue the operation of magstripe cards. If your card is an EMV chip card, please get in touch with your branch and ascertain that," SBI said in a Facebook post

Facebook Pay to work across WhatsApp, Instagram, Messenger

In India, Facebook is aiming to launch WhatsApp Pay, a peer-to-peer payment system.

UK begins accepting Apple Pay, Google Pay

Apple Pay has 390 million paid subscriptions globally and is on track to reach 10 billion transactions.

Payswiff partners with PhonePe

With over 1.5 lakh devices deployed with merchants, Payswiff has significant reach in the country with presence across over 1320 locations.

SBI seeks more time to replace debit cards

Hyderabad: Even as the December 31 deadline for replacing the existing debit cards with more secure cards is approaching, country's largest lender State Bank...

Hyderabad-based Payswiff launches Android PoS

The new device was unveiled by IT Minister K T Rama Rao. He said, “It is a matter of pride that a Hyderabad-based company like Payswiff is leading the Indian fintech industry with its innovative solutions, making the lives of merchants easier and contributing to the Digital India initiative. "

Depending on debt is no good

People moving from ‘save and invest’ to ‘borrow and spend’ will do well to remember that credit-fueled consumption isn’t sustainable.

Old city still in ‘cash mode’

It is not just the local crowd, but even tourists, especially those from abroad, too are made to pay in cash for their purchases here. Be it footwear, bangles, popular salwar kameez items, mehndi or the famed perfumes of the old city.

Petrol pumps to accept card payment till Friday

"The AIPDA on Sunday decided to stop accepting payment through credit and debit cards till the decision to levy the additional charges are reversed. 

Fuel bunks to accept only cash from Monday

Vehicle owners will have to pay in cash only. The move by petrol pump dealers is likely to hit already cash-strapped consumers.

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