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Strapped for cash, banks feel debit jitters
Times of India

Strapped for cash, banks feel debit jitters

KOLKATA: Work stress is something they've got used to in the last three weeks. It is anxiety that they would have to deal with in the next few days. The demand-supply mismatch that the bank managers have been facing since November 10 threatens to ... Times of India, 3 days ago

Banks take note, rejig disburse plan

KOLKATA: The banks are charting a special plan for note supply to branches next week, which may be the most challenging since the demonetisation announcement on November 8. Senior officials of most banks are assessing the need for cash at different ...
 Times of India5 days ago
Siasat Daily

RBI's cash rule for wedding: Engagement, marriages called off post de-monetisation

New Delhi: News of a wedding being called off here on account of the cash crunch following the recent demonetisation of high value currency notes starkly highlights some irrational conditions imposed by the RBI on withdrawal of Rs 2.5 lakh in cash ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago Weddings getting cancelled as RBI allows only Rs 2.5 lacs withdrawal  Weekly Voice1 week ago RBI's cash for wedding rules: Rude jokes on happy occasion  ProKerala.com1 week ago RBIs cash for wedding rules says Rude jokes on happy occasion  Weekly Voice1 week ago
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Spike in Bengal's Jan Dhan accounts raises eyebrows

In areas bordering Bangladesh, some have received strikingly high deposits in Jan Dhan accounts, said sources. With deposits in Jan Dhan accounts in West Bengal after demonetisation at a peak, suspicion of these being used for parking unaccounted money is rife.  Close to Rs 21,000 crore has been deposited in Jan Dhan accounts across the country since demonetisation, with the highest in West Bengal, it is reported. Demonetisation: Take the Pulse of the Nation poll! However, prior to ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Times of India

Banks fear fresh crisis at month-start

KOLKATA: The currency scene seems to have markedly improved since the past two weeks, but bankers fear they might again face acute crisis in cash flow in the first week of December, when salaries and pensions are credited to accounts and almost ...
 Times of India1 week ago

RBI relaxes cash withdrawal limit for wage payment in tea sector

After the smooth payment of first-fortnight salaries in cash to 12 lakh tea workers in Assam and a majority of the five lakh workers in Bengal through district collectors, the RBI has changed the methodology for the next tranche. Under the new ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago

11 ATMs in one day, yet no luck

An ATM in Jadavpur with its shutters down on Wednesday. Picture by Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya Withdrawal of money from ATMs remained a challenge even a fortnight after the Prime Minister had announced the demonetisation drive as most of them were ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
Times of India

Not enough new Rs 500, city holds on to dear old Rs 100

Kolkata: The infusion of 500-rupee notes on Monday helped — in freeing people from the added worry of how to spend a 2000-rupee note — but the overall situation has not improved much, thanks to the woefully inadequate number of these notes. And ...
 Times of India1 week ago New Rs 500 notes set for Monday debut, but big score unlikely  Times of India2 weeks ago Private banks run dry, crowd swells at private sector banks skewed  Times of India2 weeks ago

Not same as tanking up

An SBI point-of-sale machine at the petrol pump at Sikharpur in Rajarhat. Picture by Bishwarup Dutta Calcutta, Nov. 18: Subrata Adhikari, a trader in Chetla, had read in the papers on Friday morning that petrol pumps would dispense cash. He ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Banks insisting customers to take coins amid currency short supply

KOLKATA/MUMBAI: Queues before banks seems to have receded in major cities on Friday but customers continue to be on the receiving end as several branches were seen dumping coins on customers amid short supply of currency notes. "We have Rs 10 lakh ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Demonetisation: Before queues end bankers fret about another  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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