User: ajayc Topic: demonetisation
Category: Effects in UP in the year 2018
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India requires an exclusive legal framework for cryptocurrencies 6.3.2020 Hindu: Health
Country lost its hold on global crypto economy, with RBI ban: Experts
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Amit Malviya’s fake news fountain: 16 pieces of misinformation spread by the BJP IT cell chief 10.2.2020 Scroll.in
Since he is the official head of the Hindutva party’s online propaganda machine, his false claims have a dangerous ripple effect.
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As India rolls out Budget 2020, where does it stand on the promise to double farmers’ income? 1.2.2020 Scroll.in
The Bharatiya Janata Party is fast approaching its 2022 deadline to revamp the agricultural economy.
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A.T.M. Problem 29.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Union Finance Ministry has directed the Reserve Bank of India to ensure proper functioning of the ATM banks and there should not be any difficult of cash in it. The RBI should review the situation to set it right. But on the other hand the RBI has said it supply the currency notes according to the demands and there was no slackness on its part. The Union Finance Ministry said as per it information about 15 per cent ATM were not functioning. In big cities the ATM were corrected soon but in small town and rural areas the ATM were not corrected for long time. Explaining the position the RBI clarified as the Government moving swiftly towards the implementation of project of the digital India the public sector banks have reduced the setting up of new ATM by 30 to 40 per cent. The RBI pointed out that before the demonetisations 17.24 lakh crores currency notes were in circulations now it has come up to 18.04 per cent. The ATMs these days have become soft target to robbers. Even in cities the ATM are not ...
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A.T.M. Problem 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Union Finance Ministry has directed the Reserve Bank of India to ensure proper functioning of the ATM banks and there should not be any difficult of cash in it. The RBI should review the situation to set it right. But on the other hand the RBI has said it supply the currency notes according to the demands and there was no slackness on its part. The Union Finance Ministry said as per it information about 15 per cent ATM were not functioning. In big cities the ATM were corrected soon but in small town and rural areas the ATM were not corrected for long time. Explaining the position the RBI clarified as the Government moving swiftly towards the implementation of project of the digital India the public sector banks have reduced the setting up of new ATM by 30 to 40 per cent. The RBI pointed out that before the demonetisations 17.24 lakh crores currency notes were in circulations now it has come up to 18.04 per cent. The ATMs these days have become soft target to robbers. Even in cities the ATM are not ...
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Economic Recovery 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The India has become fastest growing economy again and it is in recovery mode with 7.2 per cent GDP growth rate. The national economy is back on track with sound expansion on manufacturing and construction and it is coming out fast from the bad effects of demonetization and the GST. There is sharp pick up in investment with 12 per cent rise in gross fixed capital formation. India’s fiscal deficit for the period April 2017 to January 2018 stood at 6.77 lakh crores. This is 113.7 per cent higher than the revised full year estimate of Rs.5.94 lakh crores. The International Rating Agency Moody said that Indian economy is starting to recover from the negative impact of demonetization and GST rollout. The Economic Survey has assessed that the Indian economy is likely to grow at 7 to 7.5 per cent in 2018-19. Some budgetary measures would stabilize the rural economy. The combined index of eight core industries had risen 4.2 per cent in December 2017. Now the GST is also stabilizing fast. In January 2018 the ...
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Economic Recovery 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The India has become fastest growing economy again and it is in recovery mode with 7.2 per cent GDP growth rate. The national economy is back on track with sound expansion on manufacturing and construction and it is coming out fast from the bad effects of demonetization and the GST. There is sharp pick up in investment with 12 per cent rise in gross fixed capital formation. India’s fiscal deficit for the period April 2017 to January 2018 stood at 6.77 lakh crores. This is 113.7 per cent higher than the revised full year estimate of Rs.5.94 lakh crores. The International Rating Agency Moody said that Indian economy is starting to recover from the negative impact of demonetization and GST rollout. The Economic Survey has assessed that the Indian economy is likely to grow at 7 to 7.5 per cent in 2018-19. Some budgetary measures would stabilize the rural economy. The combined index of eight core industries had risen 4.2 per cent in December 2017. Now the GST is also stabilizing fast. In January 2018 the ...
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A.T.M. Problem 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Union Finance Ministry has directed the Reserve Bank of India to ensure proper functioning of the ATM banks and there should not be any difficult of cash in it. The RBI should review the situation to set it right. But on the other hand the RBI has said it supply the currency notes according to the demands and there was no slackness on its part. The Union Finance Ministry said as per it information about 15 per cent ATM were not functioning. In big cities the ATM were corrected soon but in small town and rural areas the ATM were not corrected for long time. Explaining the position the RBI clarified as the Government moving swiftly towards the implementation of project of the digital India the public sector banks have reduced the setting up of new ATM by 30 to 40 per cent. The RBI pointed out that before the demonetisations 17.24 lakh crores currency notes were in circulations now it has come up to 18.04 per cent. The ATMs these days have become soft target to robbers. Even in cities the ATM are not ...
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‘Golak Bugni Bank Te Batua’ - A humorous take on demonetization sans an apt screenplay 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Cast: Harish Verma, Simi Chahal, Amrinder Gill, Aditi Sharma, B.N. Sharma,Jaswinder Bhalla and Anita Devgan Director: Ksshitij Chaudhary Punjabi movies and comedy are like hand in glove and we can hardly imagine them separately. Taking on this genre Director Ksshitij Chaudhary has come up with a new comedy saga ‘Golak Bugni Bank Te Batua’. The film revolves around Neeta (Harish Verma) & Mishri (Simi Chahal), whose families hold grudges against each other despite they are staying in the same vicinity. Not only their families but the kids also hate each other and always try their best to pull each other down. But there are some twists which bring them closer but do they stay together and how they come closer is interesting to watch. The center point of the whole film is demonetization and how lives of many changed due to this and how they cope up with the after effects of demonetization is also depicted in a well-mannered way. The film starts on a promising note with a backdrop of Punjab of 1978 when ...
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Modi government broke 300% more promises in its first term than Manmohan Singh’s UPA-II 25.12.2019 Scroll.in
Up to 1,540 assurances made in the Lok Sabha from 2014 to 2019 are still pending.
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Consumer spending fell for first time since 1970s in 2017-’18, report withheld: Business Standard 15.11.2019 Scroll.in
Between 2011-’12 and 2017-’18, the expenditure declined 8.8% in rural areas and rose 2% in urban areas – an overall decline of 3.7%.
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Corporate investments fell 60% in demonetisation year to lowest in this decade: The Hindu 22.8.2019 Scroll.in
A panel set up to reform direct tax laws had made the observation in a report submitted to the government last year.
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‘Happy days are over’: Workers return empty-handed from Delhi’s labour hubs as jobs slowly disappear 11.7.2019 Scroll.in - News that matters
The effects of demonetisation and GST are still rippling through the National Capital Region.
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‘Harvard’ has left the Modi government. Can ‘hard work’ reverse the economic slowdown? 26.6.2019 Scroll.in
Deputy RBI governor Viral Acharya is the latest in a long line of economists to quit under this administration.
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Scroll Explainer: Why ex-CEA Arvind Subramanian says India’s GDP is much lower than official figure 11.6.2019 Scroll.in
He called for an independent taskforce to re-look at all of India’s GDP data. But why is he speaking up only now?
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Demonetisation, Aadhaar spurred digital payments growth: RBI 10.6.2019 Sify Finance
After the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes in 2016 pushed digital payments, Aadhaar-enabled electronic know your customer (eKYC) resulted in an exponential growth of such payments in the country, according to a new report by the Reserve Bank of India.
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In Haryana, demonetisation ended acche din for the plywood industry and its workers 24.5.2019 Scroll.in
Some labourers have had to switch to construction and other industries while others are making ends meet with half of what they used to earn.
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Any new government must pull India’s economy out of stagnation, but dodgy GDP numbers won’t help 20.5.2019 Scroll.in
All economic indicators suggest very slow growth.
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In Punjab’s labour hubs, workers are pleading for jobs at a third of the official minimum wages 14.5.2019 Scroll.in - News that matters
India’s informal sector continues to reel from the impact of demonetisation and GST.
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The Election Fix: India’s farm crisis is alarming. What are politicians promising to do about it? 5.5.2019 Scroll.in
India has seen numerous farmer protests in the last five years. Will that have an impact on the elections?
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