Free Press Journal
  • Karnataka Bank targets Rs 9k cr agri-loan this fiscal   

    New Delhi : Private sector lender Karnataka Bank is targeting to disburse about Rs 9,000 crore agriculture loan this fiscal, seeing potential opportunities in the sector. The bank said it is also in line with government’s vision to double farm sector income by 2022.

  • Karnataka Bank targets Rs 9,000 cr agricalture loan this fiscal Year

    New Delhi: Private sector lender Karnataka Bank is targeting to disburse about Rs 9,000 crore agriculture loan this fiscal, seeing potential opportunities in the sector. The bank said it is also in line with government’s vision to double farm sector income by 2022.

  • Gitanjali Gems defrauds K’taka Bank of Rs 86.5 cr

    Bengaluru : Privately-run Karnataka Bank has informed the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) that Gitanjali Gems of Mehul Choksi had committed a Rs 86.5 crore fraud in the fund-based working capital.

  • Gitanjali Gems defrauds Karnataka Bank of Rs 86.5 crore

    Bengaluru: Privately-run Karnataka Bank Ltd has informed the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) that Gitanjali Gems of scam-hit Mehul Choksi had committed an Rs 86.5 crore fraud in the fund-based working capital.

  • Bhopal: Karnataka Bank: Rich past, booming present, great future

    Bhopal: In its 93 years of existence, Karnataka Bank, one of the leading private sector banks of the country, has never sustained loss. As its founders were middle-class entrepreneurs – and not moneybags – the bank, to this day, is committed to promoting entrepreneurship.

  • ‘Vision-2020’: An aspirational journey to grow big and strong, says Karnataka Bank’s MD & CEO Mahabaleshwara M S

    In April this year, Mahabaleshwara M S took charge as the new managing director and chief executive officer of 93-year old bank— Karnataka bank. Prior to becoming the chief of the bank, he was the chief general manager and was responsible of the departments of credit; planning and development; IT and MIS; treasury and accounts and HR and IR. He served the bank for over 32 years before becoming the MD and CEO of

  • CBI arrests two in connection with seizure of Rs 5.63 crore in new currency notes

    New Delhi: The CBI today arrested two persons in connection with the Income Tax department’s recent seizure of Rs 5.63 crore in new currency notes from several individuals in Bengaluru which was allegedly diverted by an ATM servicing company in criminal conspiracy with bank officials.