Rupee will get stronger after NDA comes to power: Swamy

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Saturday said rupee will appreciate to Rs 35 per dollar from over Rs 61 in the next two years if NDA comes to power.

Nepal, India agree to allow 1,000, 500 rupee notes in Nepal

Nepal and India have agreed in principle to allow circulation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination Indian bank notes within Nepalese territory, ending a ban in place for over a decade.

Chidambaram takes on Narendra Modi

Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Wednesday rebuted Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s claims that the value of Rupee didn’t fall against the dollar during the NDA regime.

Many Indians opt out of Haj this year as rupee slumps

Performing Haj is set to get costlier for Indian pilgrims this year owing to the slump witnessed by the rupee.

Facts about Dr Rajiv Kumar

Here is a background of eminent Indian economist, Dr Rajiv Kumar, who discusses price-rise and ways to rescue the falling Indian currency on Bharat Bhagya Vidhata.

I am not saying anything on it now: Mamata on Land Bill

With the Land Acquisition Bill moved for consideration and passage in the Lok Sabha, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday said that she would not comment on it now.

Manohar Parrikar blames SC for rupee crisis

The Supreme Court is to be blamed for the current rupee crisis, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said.

Gowda blames UPA for rupee hitting all-time low

HD Deve Gowda on Wednesday blamed UPA II for the Rupee tanking to a lifetime low of 68.85 against the US Dollar.

Chetan Bhagat courts controversy over his rupee-rape tweet

Novelist Chetan Bhagat courted controversy on Wednesday for his tweet on the Rupee and was slammed by netizens, forcing him to later delete the tweet.

Rupee slid further after passage of Food Security Bill: TMC

A Trinamool Congress MP alleged that people`s confidence has been shaken due to the economic mismanagement by the UPA government.

PM should step down if he cannot stop rupee`s slide: BJP

With the rupee going downhill, BJP on Wednesday said bankruptcy of ideas and indecisiveness of Congress-led UPA government is responsible for it.

Dasgupta takes on Chidambaram, says country on brink of `economic emergency`

CPI leader Gurudas Dasgupta on Wednesday hit out at the Congress-led UPA Government for its economic policies, and said that the country is on the brink of an `economic emergency`.

`UPA-made` economic `calamity` has lost control: BJP

The Bharatiya Janata Party blamed the Congress-led UPA Government for the ongoing economic meltdown in the country.

Only dollar and Sonia’s son-in-law have grown stronger under UPA: BJP

The Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday took a jibe at the UPA government as the rupee dropped to a historic low of 62.

Congress, rupee falling at same time: Narendra Modi

Taking a jibe at the Congress, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi Sunday said the party and the rupee were falling at the same time.

Modi slams PM over fall of Rupee

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra
Modi on Monday attacked Prime Minister Manmohan Singh accusing him of failing on the economic front to arrest the decline of Rupee vis-a-vis US Dollar.

Guesswork on size of black money may end

After a gap of 25 years, the government has set the ball rolling again for estimating black money in India as well as the causes of its generation and has sought proposals from national institutes on the subject.

Now, download the new Rupee symbol for free

Although the government says that it will be sometime before the Rupee symbol becomes commercially available, for computer users downloading this brand new identity is now just a few clicks away.

Cabinet to decide on Rupee symbol today

The Rupee will get its own unique symbol as the Union Cabinet is expected to approve the final design of Indian currency on Thursday.

Rupee weakens as shares fall; lower Asians

The rupee dropped early on Monday tracking losses in other regional peers and weighed by the fall in domestic shares which fell more than 1 percent early and raised concerns about capital outflows.