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TopicNational Small Savings Fund

Topic: National Small Savings Fund

Bengal tops India's small savings since 2000. No wonder govt reversed rate cut on voting day

As govt withdraws rate cut on small savings scheme, data with National Savings Institute shows that West Bengal has consistently led states in small savings collections.

Small savings fund, off-budget borrowings rescue Modi govt again on fiscal deficit

The fiscal deficit for 2019-20 and 2020-21 would have been higher at 4.6% and 4.4% respectively if the govt had not shifted its liabilities out of the budget.

India's next budget may rely on some bogus numbers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a reputation for fiscal prudence, so the expectation is that somehow or the other his finance ministry will get the numbers in line.

Air India gets ₹1000 cr from Small Savings Fund: Wasting public money or last-minute push?

Cash-strapped Air India has got Rs 1,000 crore from the National Small Savings Fund, and may raise Rs 500 crore from banks by next...

On Camera

Zomato has become the brand ambassador for food cheating between couples

Zomato’s new ‘order delete’ feature is teaching young people to pull off a nearly perfect lie in front of their parents and handing spouses the perfect weapon for food infidelity.

‘Robot tax' for AI-induced job loss & ‘wealth tax' on vacant land — RSS-affiliate SJM's Budget wish list

In pre-budget meeting held in June with Finance Minister Sitharaman, Swadeshi Jagran Manch suggested incentivising those generating more employment & measures to control food inflation.

BrahMos a wonderful symbol but Philippines lacks capability to operate, says Ashley Tellis

If a country did not have C4ISR capability, having a missile was a wonderful symbol but not of much operational use, says former senior adviser to US state department.

Modi's new universe: the normal irritants of democracy & awkward chai with Rahul Gandhi

Changed reality for Modi govt in its 3rd innings is by no means rise of a new phenomenon. It's a return to old normal where even majorities had to routinely wrestle with storied million mutinies.