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Indian banks may need to raise up to $ 50 billion (about Rs 2.5 lakh crore) of additional equity under the Basel III capital regulations announced by the RBI on top of retained earnings, a Fitch study said.

"Most of the requirement is back-ended, with over 75 per cent needed to be added between 2015-16 and 2017-18. The additional equity reflects growth capital as well as a buffer above the regulatory minimum," as per Fitch study.

The Reserve Bank of India announced measures to bolster foreign currency inflows following a sharp fall in the rupee, although traders said the moves may not be enough to stem further near-term weakness.

The rupee is down about 9 percent since the start of March and suffered steep falls in the last three sessions before recovering its daily losses on Friday. The Reserve Bank of India is believed to have stepped into the market to defend the currency. Encouraging dollar inflows would lend support to the currency.

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