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India reeling under cash crunch, but this mint can't print Rs 2,000 notes

India reeling under cash crunch, but this mint can't print Rs ...

In the third of a four-part series, Sanjay Jog/Business Standard finds that the Nashik press has stepped up printing of currency notes to around 20 million a day, from 14 million a day till recently. Part 1: When did printing of Rs 2,000 notes actually begin? Part 2: Why notes ban is good news for people of this MP town IMAGE: This mint does not print the new Rs 2,000 note due to the lack of modern machines. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters. A billboard displayed by a local sports and ..., 1 day ago

We are very well positioned to partner in a changing power landscape: ABB India MD & CEO

Interview with Sanjeev Sharma For ABB, India holds a lot of significance. In an interview with Sanjay Jog, ABB India MD & CEO Sanjeev Sharma How equipped is ABB to tap opportunities in India's railways sector? We recently won an order from Alstom to ...
 Business Standard India3 days ago

How note ban hits trade: Indore's Sarafa Bazar loses shine

In the second of a six-part series, Sanjay Jog of Business Standard walks across the streets of Indore to find out how it has been hit by demonetisation. Raju Agarwal, who runs a small engineering unit in the Pithampur industrial area near Indore, has been planning to take his business to the next level. But Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement on demonetisation  has changed it all. Suddenly his clients and suppliers are chasing Raju, asking him to fulfill his payment ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Sarafa Bazar loses its glitter  Business Standard1 week ago

Foxconn's $5-bn investment in Maharashtra remains a mirage

Foxconn is yet to submit its land requirements to the Maharashtra government to set up its factories Sanjay Jog, T E Narasimhan & Raghu Krishnan | Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru October 19, 2016 Last Updated at
 Business Standard India1 month ago Foxconn's $5 bn Maharashtra investment a mirage  Business Standard India1 month ago Wrong number: No sign of Foxconn's $5-bn investment in Maharashtra  Rediff.com1 month ago

Maratha reservation: Maharashtra govt faces mighty challenge of Act passing test of law

Govt plans to present valid documents at Bombay High Court to strengthen its argument Sanjay Jog | Mumbai October 9, 2016 Last Updated at 17:29 IST Amidst unprecedented protest marches across Maharashtra, the BJP-led government faces the mighty ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago

Adani buys R-Infra's transmission biz

Shreya Jai, Amritha Pillay & Sanjay Jog/New Delhi/Mumbai 06 Oct 16 | 12:58 AM Email this Print Adani Transmission is now the largest private operator of power transmission networks in the country after buying the transmission assets of Reliance ...
 Smart Investor2 months ago

Maratha stir puts Fadnavis government in a fix

The state government is worried that the agitation may pose a serious threat to it, reports Sanjay Jog. The massive peaceful protest marches by the Maratha Kranti Manch across Maharashtra has caused unease among the ruling and opposition camps. After initially neglecting the mobilisation, the government and opposition leaders are now participating in the silent marches to express solidarity. The trigger for the marches was the rape and murder of a Maratha girl at Kopardi, Ahmednagar ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Sanjay Jog: Alliance politics heats up in Goa ahead of polls next year

State RSS chief's sacking leads to rumble in BJP, with suspense over which party alliance partners MGP, Shiv Sena would align with
 Business Standard2 months ago

Uber objects to fare limits, higher permit fees

Uber has received support from 118,000 riders to its online petition against some of the rules.Sanjay Jog reports. App-based taxi aggregator Uber has raised objections against the state government's proposal in the draft Maharashtra City Taxi Rules 2016 for minimum and maximum fares. It said pricing should be based on economic models of demand and supply, and not determined by regulations. Uber in its representation to the government argued that a cap on the minimum fare would prevent market ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

1,000 buy passes for morning walk at zoo

Patna: The introduction of paid pass system for visitors to Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park, popularly known as Patna zoo, from Saturday received a mixed response from joggers who had, till yesterday, free access to it during morning hours. Some ...
 Times of India1 month ago Pay to jog in zoo from October 15  Times of India1 month ago
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