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  • BCCI condoles sad demise of its scorer Kousik Saha
  • Death toll in Jallikattu events rose to 6 in TN
  • Cong MLA’s dharna in MP capital
  • Central team of experts to investigate paediatric deaths in Udhampur
  • Bengal take on Hyderabad in Ranji Trophy match on Sunday
  • Bengal U19 on top in Cooch Behar Trophy encounter against Chattisgarh
  • Delhi Assembly polls: Cong's list of 54 candidates
  • Protest over CAA is a conspiracy against the country: UP CM
  • Hardik Patel arrested after issuance of NBW in sedition case
  • Rahul credits floating role with helping him ‘learn so much about batting as an art’
  • Rahul credits floating role with helping him ‘learn so much about batting as an art’
  • Man wanted for duping over dozen of Rs 90 lakh arrested in Thane
  • MP CM to attend WEF meet
  • Tamim Iqbal returns to Bangladesh squad for Pakistan T20Is
  • CISF to replace J&K Police at Srinagar, Jammu Airports
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Sa-Dhan organises two-day conference on microfinance

Kolkata, Sep 19 (UNI) Sa-Dhan, a vital regulatory body for micro-finance sector, is hosting a two-day
14th national conference on September 19 and 20 titled ''Propelling the Growth of the Informal Sector through Microfinance" in the national capital.
The conference is aimed at building partnerships between Regulators, Investors and Bankers on one hand and Clients, Micro finance Institutions and Academicians on the other.
The conference would also provide insight that can shape the future work agenda and chalk out an action plan keeping a focus on various aspects to both widen and deepen the scale of financial inclusion in the country.
The conference is engaged with various important issues of Financial Inclusion like Empowering the Invisible Workforce, Sustainable Development Goals, Payments and Digital Credit as a Gateway to Financial Inclusion, MSME Financing, Self Help Group Movement, Micro Insurance, Responsible Lending, Affordable Homes, Clean Energy, Micro finance, Health among other things.
This conference is being graced by Nobel Laureates, Union Ministers, Senior Government Officials, Academicians, Bankers, Practitioners and MFIs/Self Help Promoting Institutions.
Like every year, this year too, the conference is a witness to the presence of a diverse set of participants that includes policymakers and regulators, banks and financial institutions, practitioners, international delegates, researchers and media to name a few.
This conference is also having a session on "Revamping Insurance for the Informal Sector" where Dr Kuldip Maity, MD & CEO, Village Financial Services, shared his insights and learning as a Speaker on the subject.
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Jammu Police held 4 inter-state drug peddlers

18 Jan 2020 | 11:05 PM

Jammu, Jan 18 (UNI) Police on Saturday busted inter-state narcotics racket by arresting four drug peddlers with contraband of cannabis here in Jhajjar Kolti area on city outskirts.

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Girl dies of food poisoning in Kannur

18 Jan 2020 | 11:00 PM

Kannur, Jan 18 (UNI) A six-year-old girl child from Assam died and three others of the family were hospitalised following symptoms of food poisoning at Pazhyanghadi on Saturday.

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J&K LG seeks report on availability of essential commodities in snow affected areas

18 Jan 2020 | 10:58 PM

Jammu, Jan 18 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Girish Chandra Murmu on Saturday sought detailed report regarding availability of essential commodities in snow affected areas after heavy snowfall in J&K.

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J&K LG stresses on preserving heritage sites

18 Jan 2020 | 10:54 PM

Jammu, Jan 18 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor, Girish Chandra Murmu on Saturday stressed on preserving heritage sites in the Union Territory.

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Death toll in Jallikattu events rose to 6 in TN

18 Jan 2020 | 10:47 PM

Madurai, Jan 18 (UNI) The death toll in the annual 'Jallikattu' (bull taming) events being held at different parts of Tamil Nadu rose to six, so far with a spectator gored by a bull succumbing to injuries at the Government Rajaji Hospital (GRH) here on Saturday.

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