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Demonetisation: It cannot be business as usual any more

Amit Kapoor and Sankalp Sharma/IANS

Rs 2,000 note's colour fading? - Know the truth

Rs 2,000 note's colour fading? - Know the truth

According to the government, the fake note may not lose its colour when rubbed or exposed to water, while the real one will lose its colour.

Narendra Modi’s demonetisation masterstroke: Things you must and mustn’t do while standing in queue outside bank

Narendra Modi’s demonetisation masterstroke: Things you must and mustn’t do while standing in queue outside bank

And as the nation joins the PM in his bold yet noble initiative to uproot corruption and fight black money, here’s taking a look at things you must and mustn’t do while queuing up outside banks/ATMs.

Banks re-open: Explained everything – from exchanging Rs 500, Rs 1000 notes to deposits, withdrawals and ATM transactions

Banks re-open: Explained everything – from exchanging Rs 500, Rs 1000 notes to deposits, withdrawals and ATM transactions

With banks re-opening on Thursday after government ban on Rs 500, 1000 notes, people were seen rushing to their nearby banks to deposit cash, exchange their high denomination notes, but were seen facing many difficulties and had to return back, because of invalid or no documents.

Pakistan worried, note ban an attack on terrorism: Rajnath Singh

Pakistan worried, note ban an attack on terrorism: Rajnath Singh

 Terming the scrapping of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes as an "attack on terrorism", Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said it has got Pakistan "worried".

AIIMS to exempt OPD and clinical charges for two days - Read why

AIIMS to exempt OPD and clinical charges for two days - Read why

PM Narendra Modi had on Tuesday announced that hospitals, railway, bus and airlines ticket counters will continue to accept Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes for the next 72 hours.

Burnt currency notes found in Uttar Pradesh town

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday evening announced demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination currency notes

Kolkata people in fix over refusal to accept high denomination notes

People were in a quandary here on Wednesday over the reluctance on the part of many outlets to accept demonetised notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000.

Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes banned: Dos and Dont's

Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes banned: Dos and Dont's

High denomination notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 will no longer be legal tender, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced as he declared a "decisive" war against black money.

Rupee pares early losses to rule stable at 66.66 vs USD

Rupee pares early losses to rule stable at 66.66 vs USD

The rupee pared its early losses to rule steady at its overnight levels of 66.66 against the American currency in late morning deals bouts of dollar selling from banks and exporters.

Masala bonds a step to make Rupee global currency: CARE Ratings

Issuance of rupee-denominated masala bonds overseas is a step towards making the Indian currency global, CARE Ratings said on Thursday.

Man with alleged ISI links arrested in Kolkata

Asked whether the arrested person is a Pakitan citizen or is from the city, the STF officer said, "He can be a Pakistani but it's still under investigation... We are going through his documents."

Rupee falls for second straight day to hit 65.12 Vs US dollar

Rupee falls for second straight day to hit 65.12 Vs US dollar

Extending losses for the second straight session, the rupee Wednesday fell by another 7 paise to to end at 65.12 against the US dollar on persistent demand for the American currency from banks and importers despite sustained foreign capital inflows.

Rupee ends above 65-mark vs dollar, down 25 paise

The domestic currency opened sharply lower at 64.95 as against yesterday's level of 64.80 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange (forex) market.

What if Mahatma Gandhi goes missing from our lives one day – Watch

What if Mahatma Gandhi goes missing from our lives one day – Watch

Though he is not present among us in physical form, Mahatma Gandhi's ideology, which many conveniently tend to ignore, is still relevant today.

Pakistan's ISI creating fake Indian currency in Dubai

Pakistan's secret agency ISI is planning to harm the economy of India by printing the illegal Indian currency in Dubai.

Rupee stretches losses, down 24 paise to 66.22 against dollar

Extending weakness for the fourth straight day, the rupee fell further 24 paise to 66.22 against the US dollar in early trade on sustained month-end demand for the American currency overseas amid foreign fund outflows.

Rupee weakens 19 paise to 66.07 against dollar in early trade

Rupee weakens 19 paise to 66.07 against dollar in early trade

Continuing its slide for the third straight day, the rupee depreciated by another 19 paise to trade at 66.07 against the dollar in early trade today on foreign funds outflows amid a lower opening in the domestic equity market.

Rupee recovers, up 17 paise to 65.56 against dollar

Rupee recovers, up 17 paise to 65.56 against dollar

The rupee edged higher by 17 paise to 65.56 against the US dollar in early trade on Tuesday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on increased selling of the American unit by exporters amid fresh foreign funds inflows.

Rupee enters 65 zone; at 3-week high against dollar

Rupee enters 65 zone; at 3-week high against dollar

Continuing strong recovery, the rupee re-entered the psychologically important 65 zone against the US dollar to its highest level in three weeks amid heavy selling of the American currency by foreign banks as worries over US interest rates hike abated.