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NIA clears nine caught with Rs 36 crore in old currency notes

Any one found guilty is punishable under section 7 with fine that may extend to Rs 10,000 or five times the amount of the face value of the specified bank notes involved in the contravention, whichever is higher.

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Lawyers smear face of UP builder accused of hoarding demonetised notes worth Rs 96 crore

Bar Association General Secretary Bhanu Pratap Singh tried to pacify the irate lawyers but they refused to retreat and also thrashed the accomplices of the builder

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A century ago, India got its rare, and strange, Rs 2.5 note

On January 2, 1918, the British government of India released an exotic bank note of Rupees Two and Annas Eight, or two and a half rupees.

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Make In India: PM Modi asks RBI to use Indian paper, ink to print currency

Modi wants the RBI to set a target date for achieving the objective as part of the ‘Make In India’ campaign.

Currency: Paper trails

The Reserve Bank of India has announced withdrawal of currency notes issued before 2005.

Keran op enters third week,Army recovers cache of arms

Meanwhile,jawans injured in the encounter at Shala Bhatu said the infiltrators are being helped by Pakistani soldiers.

Don’t use banknotes as garlands,says RBI

Banknotes should be respected as they are a symbol of the Sovereign,says the central bank.

Indian rupee is sacred,don’t tarnish it,warns RBI

Indian public’s usage of the Indian rupee is facing a RBI crackdown.

Minors caught pushing fake notes are from Malda: cops

Malda is a known transit point for fake currency smuggled into India from Bangladesh,investigators reveal.

Swiss security ink maker in ‘duty’ trouble

A Swiss company that supplies India a special ink for printing currency notes has run into trouble with security agencies for importing the ink using an allegedly rigged duty free licence.