"As the bond market works on the assessment of single day default. The grace is only for the debenture trustee to ascertain what is known as the event of default. So we have to treat it as a default and if they repay in the course of time you can write back the amount," Arvind Chari, Head –Fixed Income & Alternatives, Quantum Advisors said. … [Read more...] about DHFL Crisis: With mutual funds on wait-and-watch for payments, will SEBI step in?
Talking about the idea behind launching pay-per-view for Marathi films, Bardapurkar said, "The Maharashtra film body recently announced in a press release appealing producers to release/sell their films digitally due to the COVID-19 impact. Producers are facing huge losses and it was only natural that producers will try to stay afloat with the help of OTTs in these trying times.” … [Read more...] about Pay-per-view is catching India’s attention, now a ticket window to watch Marathi movies online
Speaking of open minds, I would want everyone to travel to Africa at least once in your lifetime. Not just to mark a tick that you saw the ‘big five’, not just because it is a visual treat to see the vast open spaces, and experience it. Every picture you take could turn you into a world class photographer. But, I am not sure how any camera can capture what your eyes can see: hundreds of miles of open space. You have to see it to understand how insignificant we are when compared to the vastness of nature. And, how we need to be able to preserve the magnificence of what you are seeing and all the people struggling to survive in it.. … [Read more...] about Freedom weekend | Movies that celebrate independence: Gunjan Saxena, Barry and others
Video resolution is the most important element If you’re not an expert, it’s not unreasonable to believe the amount of detail is the most important possible consideration for video, but that’s not true. The way your streaming video solution handles motion is more critical than being able to see details like veins in a leaf. As filmmakers extol, it’s tough for an audience to read expressions, gestures, and body language if the motion is jumpy, blurry, or interrupted by pixilation. High-definition video creates the right balance. … [Read more...] about 5 misconceptions about live-streaming (and how to improve your own use)
So, the issue of re-capitalisation will only happen when the impact of increase episode of the NPAs will actually get in the system they haven't done so. we are still within the moratorium has and then after the moratorium phase there will be a phase when these NPA will come. we have tried to again minimise this to the extent possible, by extending 100 percent guarantee from or side to MSMEs. So, those incremental lending is guaranteed by us. we found other means as well to try and make sure there s no cascading effect of NPA that shoots up in the system. So capitalisation is something which is further down the track. What we now currently need to do is as we discussed we need to go to a rebuild phase and during the rebuild phase we need to make sure that banking position is in a position, to support and lend money and for that we banks do have resources. Something like, a (6-7) lakh crore of the resources are being put by bank as reverse Repo, as you … [Read more...] about Exclusive I Sanjeev Sanyal on economic recovery, IBC, financial doles, gold monetisation scheme and more