Newly released data from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) reveals that India’s central bank has been working on a liquibated database to help its banking system.
The ICIJ’s database, which is being used by Indian authorities to investigate the country’s financial sector, shows that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been “building up” the database.
It’s also unclear what role, if any, the database might play in bank-to-bank transactions.
This could help India’s banking system more quickly resolve issues arising out of the global economic crisis, and the impact of the demonetization move.
India’s Central Bank and Reserve Bank, the countrys central bank and central bank, are also responsible for regulating the financial sector.
The ICIJ database contains information on over 1.5 million banking customers.
The bank is not allowed to disclose the source of the information it holds.
However, the data it provides has been publicly available for nearly a year.
It contains information about the financial transactions that take place between banks.
The database includes details about transactions made over a five-year period, including transfers, loans, and investments.
For a while now, the RBI had been keeping the database in its possession.
But this is the first time the RBI has publicly revealed how it is building up its database.
Data on India’s banks has been available since April 2015, but the information is not available on every bank.
The RBI said that this information will be released once it is finalized.
It was not clear how long the bank was working on the database, nor how long it would take to release the data.
The data is part of a database that is being created in conjunction with the central bank.
This is the second time in less than a year that the Indian government has been forced to disclose more information about its banking sector.
On July 17, the government announced the results of a government-run audit of Indian banks.
There are many reasons for India’s recent banking crises.
One of the reasons is that the government has imposed a new round of demonetisation on November 8.
A large number of people in India lost their jobs after the government imposed a series of measures aimed at reducing the country to an economy of just 2.5 billion people.
The country’s economy has shrunk by over 5 percent since then.
Also, the central banks new central bank created an online platform for information sharing on how the country is managing its banking industry.
This is the third time in the past year that a database has been released by the central banking ministry.
In July, the Indian central bank released a report on how it had managed to reduce the cost of loans to Indian consumers, and what it is doing to improve its banking operations.
Since then, the bank has released additional information on its banking systems, including its latest loan-to of the bank.