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Demonetisation has driven Solapur's beedi workers to loan sharks
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Demonetisation has driven Solapur's beedi workers to loan sharks

In the last of a six-part series Sanjay Jog discovers that if the government and beedi employers don't act now, there could be social unrest soon. I: Cash crunch pain hits Dharavi's leather goods hub II: Demonetisation silenced the looms in this 150-year-old town III: How demonetisation stole Sivakasi's sparkle IV: The cost of demonetisation: Jobless hundreds in Jalandhar V: In Assam's tea gardens cash is perennially in demand IMAGE: A clutch of states drives the beedi industry ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Note ban: In Assam's tea gardens cash is perennially in demand

In the fifth of a six-part series on the impact of demonetisation, Avishek Rakshit senses a storm brewing over the 850-odd tea gardens in the north eastern state, which have a weekly and fortnightly payment cycle. I: Cash crunch pain hits Dharavi's leather goods hub II: Demonetisation silenced the looms in this 150-year-old town III: How demonetisation stole Sivakasi's sparkle IV: The cost of demonetisation: Jobless hundreds in Jalandhar IMAGE: For the uninitiated, Assam's total ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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The cost of demonetisation: Jobless hundreds in Jalandhar

In the fourth of a six-part series Sahil Makkar finds out how badly Jalandhar's sports goods industry was hit by the note ban and the price it continues to pay. I: Cash crunch pain hits Dharavi's leather goods hub II: Demonetisation silenced the looms in this 150-year-old town III: How demonetisation stole Sivakasi's sparkle IMAGE: A representational photograph of a football stitching unit. By rough estimates Jalandhar has about 20,000 small-scale sports goods-manufacturing ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Cabinet approves sale of part of HAL surplus, vacant land

[India], Dec. 21 (ANI): The Union Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Wednesday approved the sale of part of surplus and vacant land at Pimpri in Pune, Maharashtra for meeting the liabilities of Hindustan Anti-biotics Ltd. (HAL). The ...
 Sify2 months ago
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Cash crunch pain hits Dharavi's leather goods hub

In the first of a six-part series, Viveat Susan Pinto examines how the leather workers at Dharavi in Mumbai are coping after five weeks of demonetisation. IMAGE: "I am unable to pay my karigars in cash or get the raw materials on time because of the withdrawal limit at banks and ATMs," says Iranna Dudhage of Vijay Laxmi Leather Works (above). Photograph: Kind courtesy Vijay Laxmi Leather Works Arshad Khan is unsure of how long he can carry on with the low sales at Kohinoor Leather, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Money Control

Freecharge partners with ICICI merchants in 700 cities

"The partnership will help us expand our footprint and enable merchants and consumers from Tier I II cities to be part of the digital payments ecosystems," Govind Rajan, Chief Executive Officer, FreeCharge said in a statement.
 Money Control2 months ago
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War jeeps on Sunday ride

Nearly 200 vintage vehicles used in World War II were taken out for a spin here this morning as part of the Sangai Festival. Manipur chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh flagged off the World War II Car Rally at Koirengei airfield here, as vintage Willy jeeps and ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago German city Augsburg evacuated after discovery of unexploded World War II RAF bomb  Sify2 months ago How war disrupts it all  DNA2 months ago
Mathrubhumi

100 KSRTC buses rust away in registration hiccups

Thiruvananthapuram: Lackadaisical attitude from the part of the KSRTC higher-ups is costing the public and the exchequer crores with 100 new buses rusting away at the workshops unable to get registrations. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways had ...
 Mathrubhumi3 days ago

Union Budget 2017: Reactions from the IT Industry - Part II

India is now on the cusp of a massive digital revolution and this is reason why Digital Economy featured as one of the main themes of the Union Budget 2017 proposals. Among others, key proposals like 'DigiGaon initiative', 'SWAYAM platform', furtherance of ...
 IT News Online3 weeks ago

Team to depart

A seven-member lawn tennis team, including six players, is on Saturday leaving for Thailand to take part in the ITF Asia U-14 and Development Championship-Division II tournaments slated for January 8-21 in Bangkok. Samyak Bhusan Bajracharya, Aryan Giri, Adit ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago
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