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Memories of Saumitra

Saumitra Chaudhuri's passing away evoked many memories of a long association Business Standard, 1 month ago
Saumitra Chaudhuri passes away The Echo Of India, 1 month ago
Noted economist Saumitra Chaudhuri passes away Business Line, 1 month ago

Saumitra Chaudhuri — an untimely death

Saumitra Chaudhuri, former member of the Planning Commission and Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister, passed away on the December 18, 2016. His death, at 62, was way too early for a mind so active and an appetite for knowledge that was ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Zodiac Clothing Company's director Saumitra Chaudhuri passes away

Zodiac Clothing Company Ltd has informed BSE about the sad demise of Mr. Saumitra Chaudhuri on December 18, 2016. Accordingly, he ceases to be a part of the Board.
 Money Control1 month ago Zodiac Clothing Company Ltd announces demise of Non-Executive Independent Director  Equity Bulls1 month ago

Why weren't currency notes printed abroad?

Email this Print Why didn't the government or the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) consider printing the new Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 notes at foreign printing presses as a means of overcoming the current shortage of new notes? According to senior banking ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago
Business Insider India

Indian Govt's latest claim on demonetisation: Situation will normalise within 10-15 days

The Indian government seems clueless on by when the cash crunch situation, risen from demonetization, will ease. Recently, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said it will take at least one to two quarters for the demonetization effect to cool down. ...
 Business Insider India1 month ago

Stranded trucks, unpaid workers: India Inc counts cost of cash crunch

A labourer sleeps on baskets of unsold tomatoes at a wholesale market in Manchar village in the western state of Maharashtra, India, November 16, 2016 By Suvashree Choudhury and Rajesh Kumar Singh Like millions of Indians fed up with corruption ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 month ago Cost of currency ban: Unpaid workers, cancelled bills  MSN News US2 months ago Demonetisation: How cash drought at India Inc resulted in stranded trucks, unpaid workers  Firstpost.com2 months ago Cost of demonetisation for India Inc: Stranded trucks, unpaid workers, cancelled bills  Business Standard India2 months ago

Visa And Mastercard: An In-Depth Study Of The Indian Payments Market

Introduction: In a bid to curb the spread of black money, the 500 and 1,000 Indian rupee notes will cease to be legal tender from the 9th of November in India. The move by Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks to recover illegal income and curb tax ...
 Seeking Alpha1 month ago
Gulf Times

Currency recall weighs on India's growth and corporate earnings

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's surprise move to recall rupee bills of 500 ($7.3) and 1000 denominations has thrown into turmoil the $2n-plus economy in which cash transactions account for a huge 90% of the total. The masterstroke was targeted ...
 Gulf Times1 month ago India Needs More Time to Replace Stock of Junk Bills  Bloomberg2 months ago Respite from cash crisis unlikely to come before 6 months. Here's why  Economic Times2 months ago India needs six more months to replace junk bills  Times of Oman2 months ago
Millennium Post

Scratching the surface

22 November 2016, New Delhi, Salim David Salim David break downs a few common myths about demonetisation. With the November 8 demonetisation announcement, the entire country has been thrown into a tizzy. All kinds of information and ...
 Millennium Post2 months ago View: Eight myths of demonetisation  Economic Times2 months ago Some facts of demonetisation  Day After India2 months ago Scratching the surface: Eight myths of demonetisation (Comment: Special to IANS)  News Track India2 months ago
International Business Times India

Demonetisation row: New notes will take six months to recirculate into economy, not fifty days, says eminent economist

Calculations based on government data suggests that it is unlikely that the government will be able to deliver on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's promise to resolve the cash crunch in fifty days. In fact, the maths, based on capacities of the ...
 International Business Times India2 months ago
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