"Given the increasing pressure on businesses, it would be imperative to extend the NCLT moratorium until December 2021," the Assocham said in its representation to the Finance Ministry
In the Revised Estimates (RE) for 2020-21, the target was set at Rs 9.89 lakh crore.
The Budget allocated Rs 20,000 crore towards the recapitalization of PSBs to help them consolidate their financial capacity.
This reflects steadfast confidence of foreign investors in the fundamentals of the Indian economy, the Finance Ministry said in a statement
The government had revised the interest rates on small savings with effect from April 1, which has now been rolled back.
Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) had made a net investment of Rs 2,332 crore on February 24, 2021.
The applicant should not be below the rank of a Chief General Manager of the Reserve Bank of India or equivalent thereto in other financial institutions or regulatory bodies, it said.
The government on March 2 notified comprehensive amendments to the Insurance Ombudsman Rules, 2017, with a view to improve the working of the insurance ombudsman mechanism.
The ministry on Friday released the 17th weekly instalment of Rs 5,000 crore to 23 states and 3 Union Territories
Last year, the Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi cleared proposal to provide capital support to National Insurance, Oriental Insurance and United India Insurance.
Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) President S K Saraf said certain provisions brought through the Finance Bill have "serious" bearing on exports.
With this, these states have become eligible to mobilise additional financial resources and have been granted permission to raise additional Rs 5,034 crore through Open Market Borrowings.
The projects have been approved under the newly-launched scheme of 'Financial Assistance to States for capital projects'.
Setting up a BIC as a holding company or a core investment company was suggested by the P J Nayak Committee in its report on 'Governance of Boards of Banks in India'.
This is a historic move as it will be for the first time in the history of independent India that the budget papers will not be printed.
As per a statement from the Finance Ministry, for investors using the digit mode for subscription, the issue price of gold bond will be Rs 5,054 per gram of gold.