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  • Bank of Maharashtra will shut down its Latur office

    Mumbai: Bank of Maharashtra is all set to close its Latur office with an objective to control cost. This would mean all the activities handled by Latur district office will have to be taken care by Solapur office. The bank which is put under Reserve Bank of India’s prompt corrective action (PCA), had already reported progress in recoveries in fourth quarter of 2017-18 but still went ahead with this new measure.

  • Bhopal: ATM dispenses Rs 50 notes; probe ordered

    HOSHAGABAD: After a customer complained of Bank of India ATM located near bus stand dispensing Rs 50 currency notes, the bank management shut down the cash dispensing machine and initiated an inquiry.

  • Bhopal: Bajrang Dal activists try shutting down Campion School on Ram Navami

    BHOPAL: Bajrang Dal activists allegedly raised slogans and tried to forcefully shut down Campion School citing state holiday on the occasion of Ram Navami on Wednesday in Habibganj locality here. The activists later returned after getting an assurance from the school administration of not opening the school in future on the occasion of any Hindu festival and no arrests were made in the incident, the police said.

  • Bhopal: Primary schools with less than 20 students to be shut down

    BHOPAL: The state government is planning to shut down primary schools that have a student strength of less than 20. A draft is already being prepared in this regard. The pilot project will initially be launched in three districts namely Sehore, Betul and Rajgarh.

  • Mallya’s ding-dong battle continues with banks

    Justices Kurian Joseph and Rohinton Fali Nariman give 10 days’ time to the banks to file their response and one week to Mallya to file his rejoinder. The next hearing on September 27

  • Beijing to shut 2,500 polluting firms this year

    Beijing : The Chinese capital Beijing will shut down 2,500 polluting firms in 2016 in its latest environmental protection efforts to reduce pollution as the city continues to be engulfed by smog most part of the year, reports PTI.

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