Gandhinagar: Dilip Sanghani, chairman, National Federation of State Cooperative Banks Ltd. (NAFSCOB) met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday and requested him to lift the restrictions imposed by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on district ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago
RBI seemingly hatching conspiracy to strengthen private and foreign banks:Sanghani - DeshGujarat, 2 weeks ago
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Will not pay employees salaries in cash, says deputy CM Nitin Patel. Responding to the demand of the union, Gujarat Deputy CM Nitin Patel Wednesday ruled out any possibility of the state government paying its employees salaries in cash due to the ...Indian Express, 4 days ago
The Reserve Bank of India's decision to disallow district and central co-operative banks from depositing, exchanging or withdrawing scrapped currency notes has created distress among farmers, a case in this regard was filed in Gujarat High Court.AhmedabadMirror.com, 1 week ago Co-op bank curbs to be challenged in HC Times of India, 1 week ago DCCB heads may go to HC over exclusion from cash exchange AhmedabadMirror.com, 1 week ago Money politicking: Battle for co-operative banks Deccan Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
'When I met the prime minister on November 15 there was no RBI report with the prime minister as to why this was done.''When I asked the PMO officer about this, he said the RBI did not bring this to the PM and did it independently.''When I asked how could the RBI ban DCCBs from accepting deposits from farmers in old notes when the government gazette released on November 9 allowed them to do so, this officer told me that not even senior PMO officials had any idea about this RBI ban.' Why ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago Representation made to Prime Minister regarding Gujarat DCBs DeshGujarat, 2 weeks ago
Ahmedabad, Nov 23 Gujarat's District Central Cooperative Banks (DCCBs) have called for a "united fight" against the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for not allowing them to exchange defunct currency notes or have them deposited or withdrawn by ...ProKerala.com, 1 week ago Gujarat cooperative banks for united fight against RBI Siasat Daily, 1 week ago
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Ahmedabad: District Central Co-operative Banks (DCCBs) of Gujarat today called for a united fight against the RBI for not allowing them to carry out exchange or deposit of defunct notes or withdrawal of cash by customers and hit out at the central ...DeshGujarat, 1 week ago Note ban: Gujarat DCCBs calls for "united fight" against RBI Business Standard India, 1 week ago Shah-coop banks meet postponed AhmedabadMirror.com, 2 weeks ago Amit Shah meets BJP cooperative sector leaders Times of India, 2 weeks ago
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The dichotomy over cooperative banks to exchange currencies is for the simple reason that in Kerala they are in the opposition, while in Maharashtra and Gujarat, the BJP is in power Bengaluru/Mumbai/Ahmedabad: Unlike its counterparts elsewhere in ...Livemint.com, 1 week ago RBI's no exchange rule for cooperative banks hits farmers Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
— By | Nov 21, 2016 06:36 am FOLLOW US: Gandhinagar : Protests have commenced in Gujarat on issues connected with demonetisation. The first organized protest was reported in Surat on Saturday when farmers from across South Gujarat on Saturday ...The Freepress Journal, 2 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: Agricultural markets in India saw lacklustre trade on Tuesday as farmers struggled to cope with scarcity of currency notes. Trade in grains, spices and oilseeds narrowed to a trickle. Hardly any soyabean or maize has been traded in ...Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
An RBI circular banning co-operative banks from accepting old currency has hit farmers in the state hard. Many of these farmers who have sold their kharif produce are in trouble as they are usually paid in cash by wholesale traders and have accounts ...AhmedabadMirror.com, 2 weeks ago States lobby centre, RBI to allow co-op banks to accept old notes Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago
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