Clearly, it is much easier to defraud public sector banks than private sector ones in India and the figures speak volumes about the way the latter are run. According to the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) annual report for 2017-18, during 2017-18, public sector banks accounted for almost all (92.9 per cent) of the amount involved in frauds. While the private sector banks accounted for 6 per cent. With regards to the cumulative amount involved in frauds till March 31, 2018, PSBs accounted for around 85 per cent, while the private sector banks accounted for a little over 10 per cent. Banking frauds in general are on the rise. According the central bank’s annual report, the number of cases on frauds reported by banks were generally hovering at around 4500 in the last 10 years before thei
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Cutting your wedding costs by avoiding "wedding season" may be easier said than done.In a recent Student Loan Hero survey, 8 in 10 couples planning to get married in the next year said they would be willing to choose a "less-preferable wedding date" if it would save money. That includes looking at weekdays and off-season months.No wonder: New data from planning site WeddingWire finds that the average wedding, including the engagement ring and honeymoon, cost $ 36,000 in 2017. The ceremony and reception alone were $ 27,000.Although both figures are $ 1,000 less than in 2016, they still represent a chunk of money.Yet there are still signs couples are overspending. WeddingWire also found that couples underestimated their budget by 42 percent, while Student Loan Hero notes that 74 percent plan...
We’ve all been there: You come home from a long day at work and you’re exhausted.You’re so hungry, you could start gnawing on your arm at any moment. Nothing sounds good, and at the same time everything sounds good—so you start munching on the bag of chips as you plan your meal, and before long you're not even hungry for dinner.Luckily, learning a few smart kitchen hacks can help you throw together fast, simple, and healthy meals on even the busiest nights. And tapping into your inner chef is good for your health, too: A recent study in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine found that home-cooked meals help you stick to the dietary guidelines(more fruit, veggies, beans, whole grains, dairy, and seafood; less sodium and refined grains) and save money while you're at i