1. Only up to ₹1 lakh of your bank deposits insured  Livemint
  2. Only up to Rs 1 lakh, not all money, insured in banks: RBI-owned subsidiary  Economic Times
  3. If your bank goes bust, you will get only Rs 1 lakh: RBI-owned subsidiary  CNBCTV18
  4. 'No information' on raising Rs 1 lakh insured amount limit on bank deposits: DICGC  Moneycontrol
  5. Have savings in fixed deposit, current account, RD in a bank? Only Rs 1 lakh is insured: DICGC - How safe is your money?  Economic Times
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Government owned banks have reported frauds of over ₹95,700 crore in the first six months of the current fiscal.All eligible cooperative banks as defined in Section 2(gg) of the DICGC Act are also covered by the deposit insurance schemeGovernment owned banks have reported frauds of over ₹95,700 crore in the first six months of the current fiscal.All eligible cooperative banks as defined in Section 2(gg) of the DICGC Act are also covered by the deposit insurance scheme

Only up to ₹1 lakh of your bank deposits insured

The RBI arm's revelation assumes gravity with numerous instances of different banks falling victim to frauds.The RBI arm's revelation assumes gravity with numerous instances of different banks falling victim to frauds.

RBI: Only up to Rs 1 lakh, not all money, insured in banks: RBI-owned subsidiary - The Economic Times

The RBI arm's revelation assumes gravity with numerous instances of different banks falling victim to frauds.

RBI: Only up to Rs 1 lakh, not all money, insured in banks: RBI-owned subsidiary - The Economic Times

Depositors in failed and liquidated banks will get only up to Rs 1 lakh as insurance cover, regardless of the amount in their accounts.Get latest Finance online at cnbctv18.com Depositors in failed and liquidated banks will get only up to Rs 1 lakh as insurance cover, regardless of the amount in their accounts.Get latest Finance online at cnbctv18.com

If your bank goes bust, you will get only Rs 1 lakh: RBI-owned subsidiary - cnbctv18.com

'The corporation does not have the requisite information,' DICGC said in response to an RTI query on whether there is any proposal or move under consideration to raise the limit of Rs 1 lakh insured in the bank. 'The corporation does not have the requisite information,' DICGC said in response to an RTI query on whether there is any proposal or move under consideration to raise the limit of Rs 1 lakh insured in the bank.

'No information' on raising Rs 1 lakh insured amount limit on bank deposits: DICGC - Moneycontrol.com

Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC)'s response comes in the wake of the PMC Bank crisis and other bank frauds that have put people's savings at risk.Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC)'s response comes in the wake of the PMC Bank crisis and other bank frauds that have put people's savings at risk.

Depositors of failed banks will get only upto Rs 1 lakh insurance cover: RBI subsidiary

Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC)'s response comes in the wake of the PMC Bank crisis and other bank frauds that have put people's savings at risk.Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC)'s response comes in the wake of the PMC Bank crisis and other bank frauds that have put people's savings at risk.

Depositors of failed banks will get only upto Rs 1 lakh insurance cover: RBI subsidiary

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The corporation covers all commercial banks, including branches of foreign banks functioning in India, local area banks and regional rural banks.The corporation covers all commercial banks, including branches of foreign banks functioning in India, local area banks and regional rural banks.

Only Up To Rs 1 Lakh, Not All Money, Insured In Banks: RBI-Owned Subsidiary

The response from DICGC, which insures all bank deposits, assumes importance in light of several bank frauds coming out in the open in recent times that have put savings of millions of depositors at riskThe response from DICGC, which insures all bank deposits, assumes importance in light of several bank frauds coming out in the open in recent times that have put savings of millions of depositors at risk

RBI subsidiary claims 'no information' on raising bank deposit insurance beyond Rs 1 lakh

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman last month said the government plans to bring in legislation on raising the insurance cover on bank deposits from the current Rs 1 lakh during the winter session of Parliament.Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman last month said the government plans to bring in legislation on raising the insurance cover on bank deposits from the current Rs 1 lakh during the winter session of Parliament.

'No Information' on Raising Rs 1 Lakh Insured Amount Limit on Bank Deposits: RBI-owned Subsidiary - News18

Depositors in failed and liquidated banks will get only up to Rs 1 lakh as insurance cover, regardless of the amount in their accounts, according to the Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Reserve Bank of India. Depositors in failed and liquidated banks will get only up to Rs 1 lakh as insurance cover, regardless of the amount in their accounts, according to the Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Reserve Bank of India.

Depositors of failed banks will get only upto Rs 1 lakh insurance cover: RBI-owned subsidiary - Oneindia News

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