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RBI notifies framework for issuance of Rupee denominated bonds overseas

In order to facilitate Rupee denominated borrowing from overseas, it has been decided by RBI to put in place a framework for issuance of Rupee denominated bonds overseas within the overarching ECB policy. The broad contours of the framework are as follows:
·Eligible borrowers: Any corporate or body corporate as well as Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InvITs). ·Recognised investors: Any investor from a Financial Action Task Force (FATF) compliant jurisdiction. ·Maturity: Minimum maturity period of 5 years. ·All-in-cost: All in cost should be commensurate with prevailing market conditions. ·Amount: As per extant ECB policy. ·End-uses: No end-use restrictions except for a negative list.
All other provisions of extant ECB guidelines regarding reporting requirements (including obtaining Loan Registration Number (LRN) through submission of Form 83 where type of ECB is to be specifical…






Naresh Kumar Sagar
Today a talk by Sanjay Srivastva at NMML again brought the vocational and skill training to its broader outlook.
National Skill development is national programmer but its organisational and its structure is least discussed.
Institution needs to revisit this important vocational training in spite of our repeated explanations for its imperative gradation, to its organisational chart dividing into various chapters of high and low skill, business and service skill, high tech and HR skill but the concern ministry are not able to give it National outlook and treat as general terms for all skills.
Its high time for both business and academic persons with wisdom to make the entire vocational training within preview of private and public institutions.
Nation needs complete paper and holistic study on this subject to update upto level 2015 along with International standards of business and academic study .

National Skill development needs natonalook

Naresh Kumar Sagar
Today a talk by Sanjay Srivastva at NMML again brought the vocational and skill training to its broader outlook.
National Skill development is national programmer but its organisational and its structure is least discussed.
Institution needs to revisit this important vocational training in spite of our repeated explanations for its imperative gradation, to its organisational chart dividing into various chapters of high and low skill, business and service skill, high tech and HR skill but the concern ministry are not able to give it National outlook and treat as general terms for all skills.
Its high time for both business and academic persons with wisdom to make the entire vocational training within preview of private and public institutions.
Nation needs complete paper and holistic study on this subject to update upto level 2015 along with International standards of business and academic study .

Naresh Sagar @ NMML Talk on Skill by Sanjay DSCN5469

Naresh Sagar @ NMML Talk on Skill by Sanjay DSCN5469

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Shankar Das & Udayan Mane share the spoils on day one with matching 61s
Jaipur, September 29, 2015: Kolkata’s Shankar Das, the reigning Rolex Rankings champion, and rookie Udayan Mane of Bangalore, began the second half of the 2015 PGTI season with outstanding scores of nine-under-61 to be the joint round one leaders at the PGTI Players Championship at Rambagh Golf Club in Jaipur. Abhijit Singh Chadha of Chandigarh struck an eight-under-62 to occupy third place.
Shankar Das, who so far has just one top-10 from his four starts this season, earned his first birdie thanks to an immaculate tee shot on the fourth. He then played his shot of the day, a low hook from under a tree, to set up a tap-in birdie on the fifth. Shankar’s third birdie on the eighth meant he made the turn at three-under.
Das hit accurate tee shots, all within seven feet, on all three par-3s on the back-nine to collect birdies. His brilliant chipping helped him pocket birdies on the last three par-5s as well. The mult…
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