Once upon a time, before nationalisation, banks were owned by business houses, businessmen and communities. Many of them, like Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, Central Bank of India and a few others, were well-regarded and were considered good banks. Then came the two rounds of nationalisation and the results are here for all of us to see. It has taken repeated doses of capital infusion with...
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