Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Tuesday, Nov 04, 2003

News
Features
Stocks
Port Info
Archives

Group Sites

Industry & Economy - Rural Development


Credit outlay for Virudhunagar

Our Correspondent

MADURAI: A total credit outlay of Rs 647.09 crore has been envisaged in the potential-linked credit plan prepared by the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) for Virudhunagar district for 2004-05.

The non-farm sector accounted for Rs 324.75 crore, followed by crop loan with Rs 162.29 crore, other priority sectors with Rs 130.25 crore and agriculture and allied activities with Rs 29.81 crore.

The credit plan was released at the district standing committee meeting of bankers and government departments recently. At the meeting, banks were urged to expedite the linkage of all eligible self-help groups and issue of kisan credit cards before March 31.

Article E-Mail :: Comment :: Syndication

Stories in this Section
Time range for farm weather forecasts to be enhanced


CII revises growth rate up to 7.2%
India becoming dumping ground for world mercury: CSE
EU Heads of Mission meet in Mumbai
Iran keen to boost bilateral trade ties with India
`Make AIDS drugs affordable at home first'
`Telemedicine can bridge the healthcare divide'
GAIL's separate gas trading co by 2008
New tariff regime in offing for petro pipeline scheme
Chhattisgarh may adopt AP model for power reforms
Govt to pay Rs 200-cr subsidy to TNEB
Karnataka to dilute stake in BESCom
Reliance, Essar apply for power trading licence
National Tax Tribunal ruffles legal feathers — AIFTP to contest Ordinance provisions
Kerala HC rules against fee for renewal of registrations
Steps to make textile sector competitive
Naidu promises help to SSIs
Desalination project to be expedited
Bengal sacks 2 medicos for attack on scribes
India Inc expresses disappointment
CII to discuss ways to market Indian films abroad
Nabard plan for Tirunelveli
Credit outlay for Virudhunagar
DWCRA Bazaar draws crowds
Business fest at IIT Powai
Texas Instruments to hold quiz in Bangalore
AAI celebrates vigilance awareness week
Despite poor show by traditional items — Exports rise 11 pc in Q1
Exporters feel let down
Herbal cultivation training programme
Parasailing on Krishna river
Tourist resort development corporations to be merged in Kerala
Knorr Annapurna `safe'


The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Group Sites: The Hindu | Business Line | The Sportstar | Frontline | The Hindu eBooks | Home |

Copyright 2003, The Hindu Business Line. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu Business Line