The ED has filed a criminal case of money laundering against these people based on an FIR of the Telangana Police
The report by Azim Premji University sugested that women were affected more than men. They have higher unemployment rates, as well as lower labour force participation rates.
Congress releases 'post-note ban videos', asks why Chowkidar was 'asleep' when treasury was 'looted'
Senior leader Kapil Sibal alleged the absence of any investigation into the videos given as "proof" indicated that "those involved in this loot are being protected".
Demonetisation triggers 1400 per cent rise in suspicious transaction reports: Financial Intelligence Unit
The elite financial snooping unit of the country has compiled comprehensive data of such instances, including fake currency deposits, for the year 2017-18.
Ramesh cited a study by Gujarat Institute of Development Research that found the Mudra scheme has only made banks reclassify their income-generation loans up to the size of a million rupees.
The recommendation was given at a recent meeting where opinion of teachers and other stakeholders was collected on the current syllabus and textbooks.
The clarification follows reports citing an RTI reply saying that RBI Board had not agreed with the government's reasoning on the need for demonetisation.
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh released the minutes of the 561st meeting of the Central Board of Directors of the RBI, held at 5.30 pm on November 8, 2016, hours before the declaration of Note Ban.
Curbing black money was one of the prime objectives of the shock move to junk old Rs 500 and 1,000 notes, which saw 86 per cent of high-value currency going out of circulation.
On November 25, 2016, the exchange of old notes was stopped and the government allowed the use of only old 500 rupee notes at these utilities till December 15, 2016.
Nobel laureate and economist Amartya Sen Wednesday said the Indian economy suffered due to the government's decision to ban high-value currency notes in November 2016.
There were reports from across the country about the deaths of people linked to the demonetisation move.
The CSO has revised the growth figure for 2016-17, the year in which 87% of the circulated currency in form of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes was demonetised, from an earlier 7.1% estimates.
The Indian President believed that the demonetisation was a defining moment in the NDA government's war on corruption.
The decision follows a note from the CBDT chairman addressed to all IT offices asking them to pull up their socks since tax collection was still trending below budget expectations.