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BT Online
New Delhi, December 31, 2016
In his last address, the Prime Minister had announced the demonetisation of the old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes to put an end to counterfeit currency and black money. He also urged people to give him 50 days time to make things normal. 


PTI
New Delhi, December 22, 2016
The re-auction of embattled businessman Vijay Mallya's Goa property, Kingfisher Villa, yet again turned out to be a damp squib today despite a reduction in reserve price by 5 per cent to Rs 81 crore by lenders.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, December 9, 2016
3,480 km or roughly the distance between Delhi and Beijing, Chandni Chowk and China. That is what you get when you physically stack up the dead currency - 16.5 billion Rs 500 notes and 6.7 billion Rs 1,000 notes in circulation when demonetisation was announced.


Avneet Kaur
New Delhi, December 8, 2016
Deputy Governor R Gandhi said that during the period between, 10 November and 5 December 2016, the RBI has supplied banknotes of various denominations worth Rs 3.81 lakh crore to the public. The pieces of lower denomination notes supplied by the RBI stood at 1,910 crore.


Navroze Dastur
December 8, 2016
The low literacy rates in rural India, along with the lack of infrastructure like internet access and power make things extremely difficult for people to adopt e-transaction route.


BT Online
New Delhi, December 8, 2016
\"Demonetisation is a disaster. Pretty much every expert who had an opinion about it was pushed aside. We were told it's a bold decision. But a bold decision can also be a foolish decision\", Gandhi said.


BT Online
New Delhi, December 7, 2016
Patel said that many people are appreciating the note ban and the move will benefit the country in the long run.


BT Online
New Delhi, November 30, 2016
According to reports, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's crackdown on black money and tax evaders by scrapping Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 rupee banknotes has taken the economy down a very bumpy road. How bumpy depends who's talking!


Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, November 28, 2016
Pronab Sen, an economist and former chairman of the National Statistical Commission, is one of the voices that has criticised the government's move saying that the negative impacts would far outweigh the likely benefits.


PTI
November 27, 2016
RBI Governor Urjit Patel on Sunday broke his silence after facing flak from Congress leader Jairam Ramesh who accused Patel of misleading the nation about RBI's preparedness on demonetisation and sacrificing the autonomy of RBI.


Team BT
Delhi, November 26, 2016
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BY JOE C. MATHEW AND DIPAK MONDAL WITH Team BT
Delhi, December 4, 2016
The Centre's move to demonetise high-denomination currency has shaken up the economy.


Joe C Mathew
Delhi, November 26, 2016
Arthakranti Pratishthan, an NGO based out of a nondescript rental flat in a predominantly residential Rambaug Colony, some 20 km from Pune Airport, is now gaining global attention. Considered to be the brain behind Prime Minister Narendra Modi's move of scrapping old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, the think tank stands for a complete overhaul of India's taxation system. In an exclusive interview with Joe Mathew, Anil S. Bokil, an engineer-turned-economic thinker, the chief architect of Arthakranti Proposal, talks about the merits of demonetisation and how it can lead to a black money free-cashless economy, if the government adopts all of the NGO's proposals. Excerpts:


Srivatsa Krishna
Delhi, November 26, 2016
The government has made an honest attempt at realigning economic incentives to drastically change human behaviour and make it easier for those who wish to be honest and incredibly tough for the dishonest. It will hit at the roots of untaxed, undeclared, taxable income


By Sarika Malhotra and Goutam Das
Delhi, November 30, 2016
While the near-term economic logic may seem weak, the plan on black money appears to be well thought out. Demonetisation is just one leg. What has generated the fear psychosis is a combination of many things executed over the past two years by the Narendra Modi Government.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, November 26, 2016
Big cash deposits made in scrapped 500 and 1000 rupee notes that are declared to the Income Tax authorities are likely to attract a 50 per cent tax and there will be a fouryear bar on withdrawing half of the remaining money.


Reuters
November 21, 2016
Like millions of Indians fed up with corruption and counterfeiting, Vimal Somani cheered Prime Minister Narendra Modi's shock move to replace all high-value banknotes. Two weeks on, his business is being hammered by the ensuing cash crunch.


Ranjeev C. Dubey
November 17, 2016
While uncertainty is central to the human condition, it takes on a whole different meaning when you find your hard earned wealth go up in a puff of demonetised smoke! Life is doubtless an illusion, but does that really include cash in hand? I am afraid it does.


PTI
November 16, 2016
As debate on demonetisation rages on across the nation, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has changed his facebook cover photo which states that India can no longer live with black money.


PTI
New Delhi, November 15, 2016
After the government banned old 500 and 1000 rupee notes, gold and bullion are said to be favoured route for laundering of ill-gotten wealth. Gold was sold as high as Rs 50,000 per ten grams last week against the market price of Rs 31,000 as gold and bullion was said to be used to convert the debunked currency.


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