Demonetisation

No Notebandi for the BJP in Gujarat, Himachal Campaign

Hardnews Bureau
Steering clear of the repercussions of demonetisation, the BJP in Gujarat and Himachal are planning to keep it out of the agenda
Hardnews Bureau

The great Demonetisation botch-up

Sanjay Kapoor

The RBI’s report on demonetisation is a damning critique of the government’s decision and shows how it had no clue about the move’s implications or how bad it will hurt the economy
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Demonetisation: Chaos prevails as March 31 deadline expires

Confusion over whether the March 31 deadline to exchange old currency notes applied to NRIs only created ruckus outside the RBI office in Delhi. People braved the heat and left with a bitter heart, accusing the BJP government of being an NRI government
Shalini Sharma Delhi

Budget 2017 aims to clean up political funding, push for rural development

Hardnews Bureau

Income Tax rate for annual income bracket of Rs 2.5-5 lakh halved to 5 percent
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Is the Aam Aadmi Party slipping in Punjab?

Hardnews Bureau

For the past two years, the Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) has been campaigning vigorously in Punjab with an eye on the assembly elections in the state. As the day of reckoning inches closer and victory seems within its grasp; has the party shot itself in the foot by alienating all those supporters who helped build it up?
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Job Cuts: Firing from the shoulders of 'Demonetisation'

Shibu Kumar Tripathi

While media organisations try to blame demonetisation for lay-offs, the cold, hard truth is that plans were already afoot to hand out a slew of pink slips
Shibu Kumar Tripathi Delhi

The eyewash that is demonetisation

Mohan Guruswamy

The RBI has reported that it has recovered Rs 29.84 crore worth of fake notes out of the currency taken back
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi 

Changing the Demonetisation Narrative like a Chameleon changes Colours

Sanjay Kapoor

No matter what the spin around the note ban, it is clear the move was a politically expedient decision rather than a principled policy move
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

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