what is a punchline of sbi,icici,hdfc,allahabad bank, dena
bank .

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Answer / jerin varghese

SBI .with you all the way .
ICICI . hum hay na
Allahabad bank . A traditon of turst
Dena Bank . Trusted family Bank
uninon bank of india .good people to bank with .
Bank of Baroda. indias international bank .
HSBC. world local bank

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Answer / iti gupta


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Answer / prashant kalavadia

SBI .with you all the way .
HDFC .'Sir utha je jiyo'
Allahabad bank . A traditon of turst
Dena Bank . Trusted family Bank

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Answer / rakhi

pnb: the name you can bank upon.
citi bank: citi never sleeps.
icici: your partner in growth
sbi: pure banking nothing else.

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Answer / sunmeet


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Answer / samdarshi kumar


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Answer / prfaull singh

Union Bank of India -- Good people to bank with
Indian Overseas Bank -- Good people to grow with
Syndicate Bank -- Your Faithful And Friendly Financial
Federal Bank -- Your Perfect Banking Partner
United Bank of India -- The Bank that begins with U
HDFC -- We Understand Your World
Bank Of Baroda -- India's International Bank
Yes Bank -- Experience our expertise
Allahabad Bank -- A tradition of trust
Bank of India -- Relationships beyond Banking
Oriental Bank of Commerce -- where every individual is
Dena Bank -- Trusted Family Bank
Indian Bank -- Taking Banking Technology to Common Man
IDBI Bank -- Banking for all; Not just for Big boys; "Aao
Sochein Bada"
Canara Bank -- it's easy to change for those who you love;
Together we can do...
Vijaya Bank -- A Friend You can Bank Upon
Punjab National Bank -- A Name you can Bank Upon
The Economic Times -- Knowledge is Power
Max New York Life Insurance -- Your Partner for Life; "Karo
Zyaada Ka Iraada"
Central Bank of India -- Build A Better Life Around Us
J & K Bank -- Serving to Empower
ICICI Bank -- "Hum Hai na..."
Andhra Bank -- Much more to do. With YOU in focus
Bank of Rajasthan -- Together we Prosper
SBI Bank -- Nations banks on us; Pure Banking Nothing Else;
With you all the way
Lakshmi Vilas Bank -- The Changing Face of Prosperity
UCO Bank -- Honours Your Trust
Karur Vysya Bank -- Smart way to Bank
South Indian Bank -- Experience Next Generation Banking

HSBC Premier Banking
Making your Banking Global Presence in 80 Countries. Know

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Answer / sai swaraj

Bank of Rajasthan: Together we prosper
Bank of Maharashtra: One family one bank
Karur Vysya Bank: Smary way to bank
Canara Bank: Serving to grow, growing to serve
Vijaya Bank: A friend you can bank on
IndusInd Bank: We make you feel richer

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Answer / raj kumar


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Answer / ankit jain

United Bank of India -- The Bank that begins with U
HDFC -- We Understand Your World
Bank Of Baroda -- India's International Bank
Bank of India -- Relationships beyond Banking
IDBI Bank -- Banking for all; Not just for Big boys; "Aao Sochein Bada"
Canara Bank -- it's easy to change for those who you love; Together we can do..
Vijaya Bank -- A Friend You can Bank Upon
Punjab National Bank -- A Name you can Bank Upon
ICICI Bank -- "Hum Hai na..."
SBI Bank -- Nations banks on us;With you all the way

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