PM Modi’s ‘BRICS Victory’ PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN|V S Chandrasekar, Fortaleza | July 16, 2014|victory for India, the BRICS Summit on Tuesday decided to establish the new development bank with an initial authorised capital of USD 100 billion for which the initial subscribed capital will be equally shared by the founding members, a point New Delhi emphasised to prevent by domination by anyone of the members. The agreement on establishing the bank and a contingency reserve arrangement with an initial size of 100 billion dollars came at a Summit meeting of the five-nation grouping in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched his first multilateral engagement with

 
JK Bank commissions ATM at Bulbul Nowgam PDF Print E-mail

altJehlum Post News|Srinagar| July 11, 2014| Continuing with its endeavour to reach out to the rural masses and provide them world class banking facilities, J&K Bank commissioned on ATM at village BulBul Nowgam in Anantnag Friday. The facility was inaugurated by Mushtaq Ahmad Mir, Bank’s Zonal Head for Kashmir

 
Mushtaq: Customer satisfaction paramount for J&K Bank PDF Print E-mail

Inaugurates PNB Metlife Branch|Jehlum Post News| Srinagar| June 24, 2014| At J&K Bank, we pursue the policy that keeps alt‘Customer’, whose convenience and concern remains vital to our business and brand image, at the center of our operations. We are for professional approach towards business and our customer service is aimed at customer satisfaction that leads to customer delight. This was stated by Mushtaq Ahmad, Chairman & CEO Tuesday, J&K Bank at the inauguration of the PNB MetLife’s full-fledged Srinagar branch, in presence of Tarun Chugh, Managing Director & CEO, PNB MetLife. Others present on the ocassion included J&K Bank’s Senior Presidents R.K Shah and Abdul Rauf Bhat and J&K Bank President P K Tickoo and Bank’s Vice President Abdul Rashid Shigan. Terming the services

 
Rather: JK Bank performing excellently PDF Print E-mail

Jehlum Post News|Srinagar| May 31, 2014| State finance minister Abdul Rahim Rather on Saturday termed news reports regarding alleged concealment of non-performing and stressed assets in its loan book, as a ‘propaganda’ motivated by political

 
Facebook CEO reaps $3.3B gain from stock options PDF Print E-mail

altIt marks the second straight year that Zuckerberg has realized a huge gain on the holding that he has accumulated in. JPNN|Facebook Inc|Apr|1,2014|Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reaped a $3.3 billion gain last year by exercising stock options in the social networking company that he founded in a Harvard University dorm room. The windfall saddled Zuckerberg with a huge tax bill, even though he limited his Facebook salary to just $1, according to regulatory documents filed Monday. It marks the second straight year that Zuckerberg has realized a huge gain on the holding that he has accumulated in Facebook Inc. since he started

 
JK Bank share price on all-time high PDF Print E-mail

altJehlum Post News|Srinagar| Apr 1, 2014| J&K Bank share Tuesday jumped to its highest ever price of  1635 on NSE and 1629 on BSE as the bank was among top gainers in Group A companies. The stock recorded an appreciation of 5.56 pc and 5.04 pc at NSE and BSE respectively during the day. The share surged remarkably by around 80 on both stock exchanges and stood at 1623.45 on NSE and 1614.45 on BSE when the markets closed. More than 1.62 lac shares were traded during the day. During the bank’s Platinum

 
Rajan warns of turmoil in markets if polls deliver unstable govt PDF Print E-mail

JaltPNN|Mumbai| April 1, 2014 |Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan on Monday said the markets have built up high hopes of the elections delivering a stable Government, but cautioned against “some turmoil” in the equity, and perhaps the bond and forex markets, if an unstable dispensation comes to power. “The issue is that the markets right now are anticipating a stable Government and rapid policy actions. To the extent markets are disappointed, it will reflect on stock markets, perhaps on bond markets, perhaps on exchange markets. We have to be prepared for some turmoil,” he said, speaking at the customary post-policy press conference. It can be noted that the equity markets have rallied by over 6 per cent during March, as

 
Nawaz: MFN status for India postponed PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN|Hague| Mar 24, 2014| Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Monday that the granting of Most-Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India had been postponed. Sharif also said that the government's committee to mediate with the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan would visit North Waziristan Tuesday in order to hold direct talks with the Taliban leadership. Speaking to media persons after holding a meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry, during the sidelines of a two-day nuclear summit, Sharif said that the Kashmir issue should be resolved adding that India showed reluctance every time Pakistan raised the

 
Rather presents coalition Govt’s 6th consecutive budget in LA PDF Print E-mail

altJehlum Post News|Jammu| Feb 13, 2014|The Minister for Finance and Ladakh Affairs, Abdul Rahim Rather Thursday presented an innovative, tax free and pro-people Budget in the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly. The budget reflecting policies and programmes of the coalition government, aims at to give right direction to the state’s economic growth and development within the available resources. In his 115 minutes long Budget speech, Rather said that despite limited financial resources and multiple problems confronting the State, every possible effort has been made to provide succor to various sections of the society including trade, industry, tourism, farming community and other stake holders.

 
JK Bank Q3 net up 11 pc PDF Print E-mail

altEarns 931.87 cr in 9 months|Jehlum Post News|Srinagar| Feb 8, 2014| J&K Bank Saturday posted a net profit of 321.29 cr for the quarter ended December 2013, which is up by 11.02 percent from 289.40 cr earned during the corresponding quarter of the previous financial year. The Bank announced its financial results for the third quarter today following the approval of its Board of Directors in a meeting held at Jammu. The advances during the Q3 grew by 21.48 percent to 43317.84 cr from 35657.69 cr as recorded during the corresponding period of the previous year. The Deposits increased by 10.66 percent and reached  63157.11 cr as against 57,074.55 cr recorded for the corresponding period of previous year.

 
Rajan: India better prepared to deal with US Fed tapering PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN|New Delhi| February 4, 2014 |India is better prepared to deal with any further U.S. Fed tapering, but the country needs to remain vigilant to face eventualities, Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Tuesday. “We have done a lot to make the economy robust and we are better prepared (to deal with impact of tapering). (But) I will never say we are fully prepared for any eventuality. We have to be vigilant.  “We are better prepared certainly now than we were six months ago and that is because of hard work by the government as well as regulators,” Mr Rajan told reporters after the FSDC meeting. Finance Minister P Chidambaram had chaired the full meeting of the Financial Stability and Development Council (FSDC) comprising all financial

 
JK Bank holds awareness camps PDF Print E-mail

altJehlum Post News|Srinagar| Feb 4, 2014| J&K Bank organised few awareness camps in Kulgam and Poonch district Tuesday. Kulgam Camps FLCC Kulgam organized awareness camps in collaboration with Lead District Office Kulgam at villages Bathipora and Gandwani of Block DH Pora. At Gandwani the camp was also attended by RSETI Kulgam representative. The Camps were attended by cross-section of the people

 
JK Bank stops re-issue of Pre 2005 banknotes PDF Print E-mail

altJehlum Post News|Srinagar| Feb 3, 2014| In the context of Reserve Bank of India’s directions to the banks to phase out the banknotes issued prior to 2005, J&K Bank has directed all its business units to stop reissuing the pre-2005 currency notes. However, the bank shall be accepting the notes from the public.

 
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