Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

• RBI: Inflation a major concern
• ‘Another calibrated step in right direction'
• Securities Bill introduced in Lok Sabha
• Probe the policy, not the leak
• A calibrated tightening
• Quraishi new Chief Election Commissioner
• RBI hikes rates to tame price rise
• It is a crime to allow food to rot; let the poor get it if you cannot distribute, Supreme Court tells Central government
• Cameron to lay foundation for deeper ties with India
• Aiyar remarks on Games trigger furore (Aiyar goes formally mad!!!)
• Convince India on terrorism, U.S. tells Pakistan ( The way we are going, may be Pakistan will manage to convince us!!!!)
• China plans air and rail network to boost infrastructure
• New sanctions on Iran unacceptable, says Russia (Nirupama Rao said it weeks back)
• A stronger, wider, deeper relationship
• Sponsorship of terror must cease forthwith: India
• Quality auditing of rural job scheme to be conducted
• India's place in an expanding East Asia
• How to serve the Lord


10 years of successful operations of Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGTMSE).Credit Guarantee Scheme is an important instrument in achievement of the national goal of inclusive growth. CGTMSE does this: gives guarantee cover which works as an effective alternative to collaterals. CGTMSE was set up in 2000 by the Government and Small Industries Development Bank of India to provide collateral/third party guarantee to new as well as existing Micro and Small Enterprises, with a maximum credit cap of Rs. 100 lakh (Rupees Hundred lakh only) under its Credit Guarantee Scheme (CGS).

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