Demonetisation anniversary highlights: Congress observes black day; Rahul Gandhi calls note ban a 'tragedy'
Demonetisation anniversary is turning out to be fierce war of words between the Opposition parties and the ruling NDA
I am aghast at the way some have concluded that this demonetisation is a huge, rip-roaring success that will rewrite the economics textbooks
The intention behind demonetisation is excellent and noble. But what has happened is a big mess
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be happy with 26-year-old Deepak Patil, an onion farmer from the village of Valwadi in Malegaon Taluka
Speaking with Firstpost, former Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan launched a scathing attack on the demonetisation decision taken by Narendra Modi
“Why not? Surely, we can take a bit of discomfort if demonetisation is meant for the greater common good.” This mood has almost evaporated entirely
Given the commotion within and outside Parliament (some sullen, some outrageous statements, threats and boasts), demonetisation sure has raised considerable political heat
I am tempted to tell the ongoing story of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetisation through the tale of 9th Century king Damodar Mowgli that has two plausible endings
Imagine a place in India where you don’t need cash to buy a packet of salt or other groceries. Welcome to Akodara
With the inconvenience to the common man caused due to demonetisation refusing to end, and faulty implementation uniting the Opposition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to his favourite medium of communication — the digital platform — to get a thumbs-up
The demonetisation divide is disturbing. Sitting on the opposite side of the treasury bench, it becomes a normal impulse to oppose the government.
After the currency ban, the visitors of the India International Trade Fair have experienced a strange dilemma where the banned currency notes are immediately accepted in the ticket counter and outrightly rejected by sellers in Pragati Maidan.
Already some 50-odd people have died as a result of demonetisation
In the chaotic days after the surprise announcement by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, two figures have caught public attention nationwide (at least at this stage). The first is 47 and the second 550.
Pakistan’s code word for high quality Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) is ‘RBI’ — Reserve Bank of India — which controls the monetary policy of the Indian rupee
The ‘stupid common man’ is happy about the cleaning and with a masochistic smile, sipping the ‘strong tea’, to which in any case, he has become accustomed over the years.
Next year’s National Film Awards are going to be slightly different: Along with the actors, various politicians are going to be in the running for the best actor award
As the new Rs 2,000 notes began flowing into the market at some point on Thursday, some decided to mark the occasion with a selfie
Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 note ban: Theatrical action can't substitute meaningful steps against black money
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the entire nation by surprise with his announcement of announcement of phasing out of the existing Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes