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RBI currency press refuses to disclose printing capacity

Note printing to dip as Salboni press staff refuse to work ove...

Employees of Salboni currency printing press have stopped working overtime, citing health reasons, which is likely to reduce the number of notes printed daily by 6 million. After working for 12-hour shifts for the past fortnight to put more cash into circulation, some of the employees began complaining of lower back pain, disturbed sleep and overall physical and mental stress.As a result of the 12-hour shifts, instead of the usual nine-hour ones, the press was printing 46 million currency ..., 1 month ago
Bengal mint staff refuse to work overtime The Hindu, 1 month ago

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Will use Shiva Cement's clinker for Salboni unit: JSW CEO

In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Anil Kumar Pillai said that JSW will use part of Shiva cement's clinker for its Salboni unit and this acquisition will help in leveraging grinding operations in the eastern region.
 Money Control1 month ago

Army personnel deployed at Salboni, Dewas currency printing

The Dewas Security Press is printing new Rs 500 currency notes
 Business Standard2 months ago Demonetisation: Army personnel deployed at Salboni & Dewas currency printing press  First Post.com2 months ago There is something foreign about the Rs 2000 & Rs 500 notes  Rediff.com2 months ago

Mamata reaches out to tribals in Jharkhand in her fight against BJP and Modi

With the goal of expanding the campaign against demonetisation in BJP-ruled Jharkhand after Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, Trinamool Congress supremo and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has sent a team of ministers headed by agriculture minister ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Cash withdrawal cap may not be necessary from Jan 1: Minister

New Delhi: The cap on cash withdrawal may not be necessary from January 1, as 250-300 million currency notes were being printed on a daily basis, Minister of State for Finance Santosh Gangwar has said. "I have been told that 25-30 crore notes are being ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago 'Withdrawal limit to ease after 80% new notes re-channelised'  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Demonetisation: It's a monumental disaster in the offing!

'To print and replace 24,023 million notes is an enormous challenge considering the sheer volume of notes to be printed and capacity of our printing presses.' James Wilson has been tracking the demonetisation drive since it was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8. During his investigation, he tracked down discrepancies in the policy and the subsequent statements by the government and the Reserve Bank of India. He posted his observations on his blog titled 'Decipher the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago When did the printing of Rs 2,000 notes actually begin?  Rediff.com2 months ago India reeling under cash crunch, but this mint can't print Rs 2,000 notes  Rediff.com2 months ago When did printing of Rs 2,000 notes actually begin?  Rediff.com2 months ago

'RBI is letting the nation down with cheap tricks'

'There is a serious cash delivery issue in the system due to inferior planning and poor judgement on the part of the RBI as well as the finance ministry.''How else would the RBI justify the various new restrictions it unleashed day after day without respecting the November 8 notification?' In the concluding part of his investigation into the discrepancies in the demonetisation policy, James Wilson explains why Indians are destined to silently suffer the cash shortage for half a dozen more ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Jaitley assures, RBI has enough cash to last beyond December 30

RBI has maintained the stock of currency through advance as well as current printing level The Reserve Bank was fully prepared to deal with currency shortages post demonetisation and has enough currency in its chests to last "far beyond" December 30, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Tuesday. "There was full preparedness. There was not a single day when RBI had not released adequate currency to banks. There was a certain level of currency that was to be released and there was full ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Enough currency with RBI to last beyond Dec 30: Jaitley  Deccan Herald2 months ago

How India's note ban is unlike any ever seen

Many countries advised the return of high-denomination notes to the central bank for destruction, but these continued to be legal tender.This and the introduction of a Rs 2,000 note in India are the two major differences between Indian demonetisation and those of other countries, points out economist Ashok K Lahiri. Normally, current and savings accounts at commercial banks are fully and freely convertible into cash at par. Post-demonetisation, with an interruption of this convertibility, from ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Modi's 50-day deadline for re-monetisation set to fail

We are 17 days away from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 50-day deadline to end the worst effects of the scrapping of 86%–by value–of India's currency. In the chest-thumping, hand-wringing and controversy that has ensued since the announcement on November ...
 Sify2 months ago
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