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RBI, as the central bank of India, manages the disaster that our economy faces because of natural calamities as well as the financial crisis caused due to other reasons.
The mentality of the people towards Dalits, and for that matter, lower caste people is still the same. They have been suppressed by the upper caste and are exploited with practices such as Devadasi.
The recommendation has been provided by the NHRC to improve the conditions of discrimination against SC/ST. They must be implemented straight away so that, atrocities against this community can be eradicated.
Over the past few years, the Government and Federal Reserve Bank have got wind of numerous committees for understanding the wants of the payments ecosystem and suggesting appropriate measures for enhancing the usage of digital payments.
Atrocities committed against the SC/ST community can only be eradicated through proper implementation of the act and timely follow-up for the same without any corrupt practices that still exist in the system.
The provisions of Section 23 of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 (the Act) provides certain Restrictions on the opening of new, and transfer of existing, places of business.
There are only numbers of instances where we have seen the resistance of Dalits in the form of protests and strikes because the media don’t cover most of the cases and because the atrocities on Dalits have normalized.
The Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934 (RBI Act) empowers the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to issue rules, regulations, directions and guidelines on a wide range of issues relating to banking and the financial sector.
Under the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities), some new offences of atrocities have been included in the act.
The provision in the Prevention of Atrocities act, 1989 related to the constitution of Special Courts.
When a borrower is unable to repay the amount of the loan in cash and in place of that offers an asset to the bank. This is known as a non-banking asset.
The issue was in the context of environmental protection whether the Directive Principles of State Policy are enforceable through Fundamental Rights under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution?
Undue influence' in the execution of a contract cannot be inferred merely because a family member was looking after his family elder.
The present appeal challenges a judgment of the Madhya Pradesh High Court which quashed Rule 55A of the Motor Vehicles Rules, 1994 (the State Rules) framed by the Madhya Pradesh State and published by it.
The Registration Certificate of vehicles which do not possess a valid PUC Certificate shall be forthwith suspended and cancelled, and penal measures initiated.