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IDBI Bank Q3 result: Net profit grows 60% to ₹972 cr



PTI | | Posted by Singh Rahul Sunilkumar

State-owned IDBI Bank on Monday reported a 60 per cent growth in net profit to 927 crore in the third quarter ended on December 31, on lower provisioning and better interest income.

IDBI Bank, for which the government and the LIC have invited bids to sell a majority stake, had a net profit of 578 crore in the October-December quarter of 2021.

The bank’s net interest income (NII) improved by 23 per cent during the third quarter of current fiscal to 2,925 crore, as against 2,383 crore in the same period last fiscal.

Gross non-performing asset (NPA) ratio improved to 13.82 per cent as on December 31, 2022 as against 21.68 per cent as on December 31, 2021.

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The bank’s provisioning for non-performing assets was low at 233 crore in the December quarter, compared to 939 crore in the December quarter of last fiscal.

Shares of IDBI Bank were trading at 55, up 0.73 per cent over previous close on the BSE.

The Government and the Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) together hold 94.71 per cent stake in IDBI Bank.

Of this, they are looking to sell 60.72 per cent in the bank and have received “multiple expressions of interest” from potential investors earlier this month.

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Budget 2023 brings special scheme for vulnerable tribal groups | Details



Presenting the last full Union Budget of the Narendra Modi government before the 2024 Lok Sabha election, finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday announced a special programme targeting Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Group (PVTG), for its development and upliftment, with a budget outlay of 15,000 crore over the next three years.

“To improve the socio-economic conditions of particularly vulnerable tribal groups (PVTGs), Pradhan Mantri PVTG development mission will be launched. This will saturate PVTG families and habitations with basic facilities such as safe housing, clean drinking water, and sanitation. Improved access to education, health, nutrition, road, and telecom connectivity, and sustainable livelihood opportunities,” the finance minister said.

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Who are Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups or PVTGs?

Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups or PVTG, as identified by the Centre, are those that depend on hunting for food, have pre-agriculture level technologies, zero or negative population growth, and extremely low levels of literacy.

On the recommendation of the Dhebar Commission, the Central government began to identify the most vulnerable tribal groups as a separate category in 1975, establishing 52 such groups. The list was expanded in 1993, when another 23 groups were added, for a total of 75 PVTGs out of 705 Scheduled Tribes spread across 17 states and one Union Territory (UT) in the country (2011 census).

Governments are giving more focus on the socio-economic development of the groups by retaining their culture and heritage with the aim to bring improvement in their quality of life.

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State-wide list of PVTG

According to the data from central ministry of Tribal Affairs, the tribes included in the group are:

Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

1. Bodo Gadaba

2. Bondo Poroja

3. Chenchu

4. Dongria Khond

5. Gutob Gadaba

6. Khond Poroja

7. Kolam

8. Kondareddis

9. Konda Savaras

10. Kutia Khond

11. Parengi Poroja

12. Thoti

Bihar and Jharkhand

13. Asurs

14. Birhor

15. Birjia

16. Hill Kharia

17. Korwas

18. Mal Paharia

19. Parhaiyas

20. Sauria Paharia

21. Savar


22. Kathodi

23. Kotwalia

24. Padhar

25. Siddi

26. Kolgha


27 Jenu Kuruba

28. Koraga


29. Cholanaikayan (a section of Kattunaickans)

30. Kadar

31. Kattunayakan

32. Kurumbas

33. Koraga

Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh

34. Abujh Marias

35. Baigas

36. Bharias

37. Hill Korwas

38. Saharias

39. Kamars

40. Birhor


41. Katkaria (Kathodia)

42. Kolam

43. Maria Gond


44. Morram Nagas


45. Birhor

46. Bondo

47. Didayi

48. Dongria-Khond

49. Juangs

50. Kharias

51. Kutia Kondh

52. Lanjia Sauras

53. Lodhas

54. Mankidias

55. Paudi Bhuyans

56. Soura

57. Chuktia Bhunjia


58. Seharias

Tamil Nadu

59. Kattu Nayakans

60. Kotas

61. Kurumbas

62. Irulas


64. Todas


65. Reangs

Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand

66. Buxas

67. Rais

West Bengal

68. Birhor

69. Lodhas

70. Totos

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

71: Great Andamanese

72. Jarawas

73. Onges

74. Sentinelese

75. Shom pens

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Budget 2023: ₹1.23 lakh crore allocated for postal, telecom projects



PTI | | Posted by Shobhit Gupta

The government on Wednesday allocated 1.23 lakh crore for postal and telecom projects including 52,937 crore capital infusion in state-run BSNL.

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Total allocation includes 97,579.05 crore for the Department of Telecom and 25,814 crore for Postal projects, the Budget document presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Wednesday.

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State-run BSNL, which is expected to roll out 4G and 5G services this year, will get 52,937 crore capital infusion from the government in 2023-24.

The government has allocated 2,158 crore for Optical Fibre Cable based network for Defence Services and 715.8 crore for telecom projects in the North Eastern states.

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The Department of Posts has been allocated 25,814 crore and includes 250 crore capital infusion in the India Post Payments Bank.

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Budget 2023: Why Sitharaman went ‘whaaat…’ at press briefing



Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday slammed reports that the Union budget for 2023-24 was ‘not good enough’ and that it offered little in terms of support for the middle class. Responding to a reporter’s question on opposition leaders’ criticism, the finance minister expressed utter disbelief and went: “Whaaat?”

The reporter had asked Sitharaman: “Opposition parties have been calling this ‘nil battey sannata’ (good for nothing) budget… they said [it is] not good enough.”


To this the finance minister pressed the reporter for specifics, asking for details about the opposition’s criticism. “For what reasons (are opposition parties saying this)… if I may know?”

An amused finance minister then quickly moved on from the question.

Does Budget 2023 benefit the middle class?

In her crucial Budget presentation, a year ahead of the next general elections, Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman raised the personal income tax rebate limit, doled out sops on small savings and announced one of the biggest hikes in capital spending this decade.

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In one of the biggest announcements for the “hardworking middle-class”, as Sitharaman said at the Parliament today, the new Budget offered some relief to the middle class by increasing the rebate threshold in the new personal income tax structure. As a result, there will now be no tax levied for income up to 7 lakh, instead of 5 lakh, if opted for the new tax regime.

The government also revamped the concessional tax regime and announced that there will be no tax levied for income up to 3 lakh. Further, income between 3-6 lakh would be taxed at 5 per cent; 6-9 lakh at 10 per cent, 9-12 lakh at 15 per cent, 12-15 lakh at 20 per cent and income of 15 lakh and above will be taxed at 30 per cent, the finance minister announced.

For the salaried class and the pensioners including family pensioners, finance minister Sitharaman also extended the benefit of standard deduction to the new tax regime. Now, each salaried person with an income of 15.5 lakh or more will stand to benefit by 52,500.

Sitharaman also proposed to cut the highest surcharge rate to 25% from 37.5% under the new income tax regime, making the maximum income tax rate about 39 per cent, down from 42.7 per cent, which was among the highest tax rates in the world.

Apart from this, the finance minister also announced that the limit of 3 lakh for tax exemption on leave encashment on retirement of non-government salaried employees will be increased to 25 lakh. The limit has been proposed for revision for the first time since 2002.

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