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    Rs 45 lakh in new currency notes seized in Navi Mumbai

    Mumbai: The Navi Mumbai crime branch unit-3 seized Rs 45 lakh in new currency of Rs 2000 denomination at Kharghar on Monday night. The crime branch sleuths detained five people for storing it inside a shop.

  • Mumbai: Shiv Sena supremo reminds Modi of ‘cane’ talk

    Mumbai: Terming demonetisation as a mirage, Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday lashed out at the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “Give me 50 days else cane me,” Modi had once said. “So, shall we celebrate the 31st this year,” Thackeray asked the audience as he addressed a gathering at Dhule in north Maharashtra.

  • Mamata Banerjee leads note ban charge to seek PM’s resignation

    New Delhi: Unfazed by the absence of leaders of the Left, JD(U), SP and BSP, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Trinamool chief Mamata Banerjee along with some regional parties today sought to put up a united face raising the pitch against demonetisation by demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Own up demonetisation chaos, Rahul tells Modi; Resign, says Mamata

    New Delhi: Several opposition parties on Tuesday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the demonetisation woes of the common man, asking him to own responsibility for the chaos and demanding his resignation if the cash crunch persisted even after the 50-day deadline.

  • Efforts should be made to strengthen Opp unity: Sitaram Yechury

    Howrah: Sticking to its stand on giving the press conference convened by Congress in New Delhi against demonetisation a miss, CPI(M) today said efforts should be made to strengthen the opposition unity by proper coordination and consultation.

  • Note ban destroyed terror funding, human-drug trafficking, says PM Modi

    Dehradun: Hitting back at Rahul Gandhi’s charge of helping big corporates and the rich, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his government is focused on working for the poor and asserted that demonetisation has destroyed in one stroke black money, terror funding as well as human and drug trafficking.

  • Bhopal: I-T to tighten noose around Mahanagar Sahakari Bank

    BHOPAL: Income tax (I-T) department is gearing up to tighten the noose over irregularities in Mahanagar Sahakari Bank post-demonetisation. Evidence collected during I-T survey indicates that the Bank virtually ran business of exchanging notes. I-T sleuths suspect that the Bank, in the name of note exchange, committed serious irregularities. The Bank did not follow the guidelines of Reserve Bank of India.

  • Bhopal: People not hopeful of respite even after end of 50-day period

    BHOPAL: Prime Minister Narendra Modi had appealed to the people to support the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, asking them to bear the “pain” for “50 days” to help him deliver the “India of your dreams”. He declared this at a rally in Goa four days after the note ban on November 13. The Free Press Journal spoke to city folks to know if they think that the cash

  • Modi divided India by note ban, says Rahul

    Baran (Rajasthan) : Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Monday again criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the demonetisation issue and said he had divided the country into two.

  • Indore: Demonetisation has little effect on our sales

    Indore: Bringing vegetables and fruits to doorstep with a click, one of the budding start-ups in the city is competing with national start-ups and is making its small place in the huge market. Saralhai has been sustaining and increased its reach in the market by improving its services every day.

  • Demonetisation will help allot more funds to welfare schemes: Govt

    New Delhi : Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday said demonetisation will help the government in increasing revenue and enable it to pump in more money in  welfare schemes for the people. “Government’s revenue will increase. With the increase in revenue there would be more programmes for the welfare of the people,” Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari told reporters here.

  • Note ban problems won’t end after Dec 30: Rahul Gandhi

    Baran (Raj): Questioning Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his assurance to people that problems due to demonetisation will end after December 30, Rahul Gandhi today said the “economic lockdown” will continue to hurt the poor, farmers and workers the most.

  • Indore: Youth Congress spreads awareness on demonetisation fiasco

    Dewas: Though the decision of demonetisation by PM Narendra Modi was aimed at relieving the common man but the common man standing on the street feels conned as there’s no relief even after 45 days of demonetisation. Claiming this, the Youth Congress (YC) held street corner meetings under the leadership of YC Lok Sabha President Manish Chaudhary at Old Bus Stand, Subhash Chowk and Novelty Square to create awareness regarding black money

  • Investment options after demonetisation

    With the digital cash push that the Government of India is suggesting to all citizens, it may be a prudent idea for investors to look ways of saving digitally just as they are looking at ways of spending digitally, writes Shalini Dhawan

  • Beginning of end of corrupt people: Modi

    Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that the beginning of the end of corrupt people in the country has just begun with the government’s demonetisation move, which he defended strongly as a “cleanliness drive” to rid the country of black money.

  • Demonetisation is short term pain for long term gain: PM Modi

    Raigad: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday articulated that demonetisation is only short term pain for long term gain, adding that the present regime would not shy away from taking difficult decisions that are in the interest of the country.