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Individual loans continued to improve last quarter: HDFC

Mortgage lender says credit worth ₹7,503 crore were assigned to its banking unit

Mortgage lender HDFC Ltd. on Saturday said the company’s individual loan business continued to exhibit improvement in the January-March quarter and loans worth ₹7,503 crore were assigned to its banking subsidiary.

“The individual loan business continued to see strong improvements during the quarter ended March 31.

Buy-back option

“During the quarter, pursuant to the buy-back option embedded in the home-loan arrangement between the Corporation and HDFC Bank, the Corporation assigned loans to the bank amounting to ₹7,503 crore,” HDFC said in a regulatory filing. In the year-earlier quarter, such loans assigned to HDFC Bank stood at ₹5,479 crore. The individual loans sold in the preceding 12 months (April-March) amounted to ₹18,980 crore (previous year ₹24,127 crore), the Corporation said in the filing.

Besides, the Corporation’s gross income from dividend for the March quarter was ₹110 crore as against ₹2 crore in the year-earlier quarter. There was no sale of investments in subsidiary/associate companies during January-March, as also in the year-earlier period, it added.

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INDIANAPOLIS – Jared Butler seemed to have a Freudian slip on Friday during Baylor's men's Final Four news conference. 

"Last year, winning the national champion…(pauses). We had a goal of getting to the Final Four," Butler told reporters. 

The Bears (26-2) were among favorites to cut down the nets in 2020 but the NCAA Tournament was canceled due to COVID-19. While the health and safety of the nation was primary, Baylor's players were disappointed and disenchanted. 

"Being here now it’s like, ‘Wow this is what we missed out on last year.’ We missed out on a lot," Butler said. "That’s the way the cookie crumbled. … It’s definitely been a driving force this season."

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Police appeal directly to missing student to 'let someone know he is safe'