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  • Note Ban Negative For Jobs, Small Enterprises, Rural Demand: Assocham

    Note Ban Negative For Jobs, Small Enterprises, Rural Demand: Assocham

    On the sectoral impact of demonetisation, the survey said agriculture, cement, fertilizers, automobile, textiles, real estate and retail will have negative impact.

  • 70% Of Notes To Be Remonetised By February-End: SBI Research

    70% Of Notes To Be Remonetised By February-End: SBI Research

    Roughly 70 million pieces of notes of different denominations are being printed per day at the printing press. This translates into around 1.8 billion pieces per month, said the SBI Research report, released on Friday.

  • RBI Working On Plan To Reduce Online Charges: Report

    RBI Working On Plan To Reduce Online Charges: Report

    Mr Patel met the panel to answer questions about the November 8 abolition of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, or 86 per cent of the currency then in circulation.

  • After Notes Ban, A New $9 Billion Mystery: Where Did It Come From?

    After Notes Ban, A New $9 Billion Mystery: Where Did It Come From?

    Indians withdrew about 600 billion rupees ($9 billion) more than the 9.1 trillion rupees of currency in circulation as of Jan. 13, according to a report submitted by the Reserve Bank of India to a parliamentary panel on Wednesday.

  • Summoned To Explain Notes Ban, Here's What RBI Governor Urjit Patel Said

    Summoned To Explain Notes Ban, Here's What RBI Governor Urjit Patel Said

    Urjit Patel, the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, today told a parliamentary committee that since the notes ban was introduced in November, 9.2 lakh crores (about $135 billion dollars) of new currency notes have been introduced to help replace the bills that were abolished. He also established that "The proposal to ban Rs 500- and 1000-rupee ...

  • IMF Upgrades China Growth Estimate, Downgrades India After Cash Crunch

    IMF Upgrades China Growth Estimate, Downgrades India After Cash Crunch

    India, which has recorded some of the world's strongest recent growth, is experiencing a shock to consumption from the government's decision in early November to withdraw larger currency notes from circulation.

  • As Usual, Government Ignores Principles For Budget On Feb 1

    As Usual, Government Ignores Principles For Budget On Feb 1

    Every year the Union Budget is presented on the final day of February. This year, it has been brought forward to February 1. As it happens, this is only three days prior to elections in Punjab and Goa and just 10 days before the first vote is punched in Uttar Pradesh. Potentially, this advancing of the budget could jeopardize the election process, ...

  • Amid Low Key Birthday, Mayawati's High Spirited Attack On Rivals

    Amid Low Key Birthday, Mayawati's High Spirited Attack On Rivals

    With less than a month to go for Uttar Pradesh elections, Bahujan Samaj Party or BSP chief Mayawati's birthday was a low key affair. There was no call for donations, no cake cutting - just an hour speech by her at a press conference in Lucknow. The code of conduct is in place in the state where the elections will be held next month.

  • RBI's Own Figures Indicate Return Of 15 Lakh Crore Of Banned Notes

    RBI's Own Figures Indicate Return Of 15 Lakh Crore Of Banned Notes

    December 19 was the last time the RBI gave any information on how much of the demonetised currency was back. Even the tally on new notes circulated are not available.

  • 'Humiliated' By Post-Notes Ban Events, RBI Staff Write To Urjit Patel

    'Humiliated' By Post-Notes Ban Events, RBI Staff Write To Urjit Patel

    In a letter, they said autonomy and image of RBI has been "dented beyond repair" due to mismanagement and termed appointment of a senior Finance Ministry official as a "blatant encroachment" of its exclusive turf of currency management.

  • 3 Held With Old Currency Notes Worth Rs 31.65 Lakh In Ghaziabad

    3 Held With Old Currency Notes Worth Rs 31.65 Lakh In Ghaziabad

    Three persons have been detained in Ghaziabad on Thursday with scrapped currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 worth 31.65 lakh rupees, the city police said.

  • Trump Aana? 'Take It Easy,' Sings A R Rahman In 2017 Update Of Urvasi Urvasi

    Trump Aana? 'Take It Easy,' Sings A R Rahman In 2017 Update Of Urvasi Urvasi

    Noses were wrinkled at A R Rahman's Badshah-assisted remix of his nineties hit Humma Humma for new film OK Jaanu but his brand new version of Urvasi Urvasi is an instant hit. The Oscar-winner has recreated his old track from the 1994 film Kadhalan for MTV Unplugged and this Urvasi Urvasi should pretty much be declared the anthem for 2017.

  • OK Jaanu's Shraddha Kapoor Says She Feels 'Bad' If Her Films Fail

    OK Jaanu's Shraddha Kapoor Says She Feels 'Bad' If Her Films Fail

    OK Jaanu's Shraddha Kapoor: "I hope that all films are successful. I hope people go and watch this film," Shraddha said

  • At Vibrant Gujarat, Arun Jaitley Says 'Excessive Paper Currency Has Its Vices'

    At Vibrant Gujarat, Arun Jaitley Says 'Excessive Paper Currency Has Its Vices'

    Union minister Arun Jaitley today pointed to some unexpected upsides of the currency ban today while addressing a session at Vibrant Gujarat 2017, India's biggest investors' summit, on the progress of the government's flagship Goods and Services Tax or GST.

  • How Much Black Money Came Back Post Notes Ban, Rahul Gandhi Asks PM Modi: Highlights

    How Much Black Money Came Back Post Notes Ban, Rahul Gandhi Asks PM Modi: Highlights

    Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today addressed the Congress Working Committee convention in Delhi's Talkatora Stadium. The convention - named the Jan Vedna Sammelan - that began at around 10 am today discussed matters on Congress' future course of action for protest against the government's notes ban move. Rahul Gandhi, 46, said it is a clash...

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