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It takes only 45 minutes to develop this ink which costs around Rs. 1000 per gram, the researchers said.
Malayalam TV actress Surya Sasikumar, sister, mother arrested after seizure of counterfeit currency notes
Surya Sasikumar's mother was the main 'kingpin' in the case, according to Idukki Police chief
Karnataka election: GST and demonetisation are Narendra Modi’s forgotten heroes in high-octane poll campaign
Two of the NDA's biggest economic policies have turned out to be forgotten heroes in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's high-octane Karnataka election campaign that has just ended
Banks received alarming amount of fake currency post demonetisation; detected 480% jump in suspicious transactions
Banks received a record amount of fake currency and detected an over 480 percent surge in suspicious transactions post demonetisation.
The tweet reportedly asked the followers to send a small amount ether to his/her address in return for a larger amount of ether coins.
The use of machine learning has been greatly touted in multiple applications in the banking and financial services industry.
Within 53 days of demonetisation, govt agencies seized 2,272 fake Rs 2,000 currency notes, reveals NCRB report
After demonetisation, Rs 2,000 notes were part of 281,839 fake notes of various denominations recovered from different locations across India
Demonetisation anniversary: Note ban failed to curb militancy, counterfeit currency in Jammu and Kashmir
Demonetisation appears to have failed to meet two of its most hyped objectives in Jammu and Kashmir—dealing a severe blow to militancy and curbing fake money.
The Rs 2,000 banknotes were introduced along with new Rs 500 currency following the withdrawal of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes from 9 November, 2016.
Whatever other success we claim for demonetisation, it is failing on the count of militancy.
With just a day left for the 50-day deadline for demonetisation's benefits to show, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has claimed that the move has forced black money, whether belonging to corrupt politicians or bureaucrats, out in the open.
In a wide-ranging interview, Bibek Debroy explains the rationale and long-term impact of the move.
Cash is king in India. However, the Indian government’s recent ban on the Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes is a major step towards rapidly embracing a digital (cashless) economy.
As stated by Modi in his hour-long speech, demonetisation is designed to curb the very real menace of ‘corruption, black money, and terrorism’
The recent robust steps in demonetisation undertaken by the Government of India to unearth black money, inter alia, also throws up impediments to those external hostile quarters who are actively engaged in paralysing Indian economy and financing Fake Indian Currency Note (FICN) chiefly for terror financing