This is not the last step against black money, more steps will be taken as and when required: Shaktikanta Das - Economic Times

In a discussion with Mythili Bhusnurmath, Consulting Editor of ET ow discuss, Shaktikanta Das, Economic Affairs Secretary explains why the demonetisation exercise is good for the economy and the country and the people have to overlook short-term ...

Shift to digital economy has already started, says Shaktikanta Das - Economic Times

PM Modi knew that the public would face some inconvenience and there was a plan of action to deal with it, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said at the India Economic Conclave forum in Delhi today. He cited 'shortening' lines at banks and ...

Need Cash For A Wedding? Here's All You Need To Know - BloombergQuint

The wedding season in India is here, and unfortunately for some people, it coincides with the government's demonetisation drive. On Thursday though, the central government made a special dispensation. Shaktikanta Das, the secretary of the department of ...

These New Demonetization Guidelines Will Make You Feel Better - All India Roundup

The Secretary of Economic Affairs, Shaktikanta Das, addressed the media over demonetization issue in Delhi. Shaktikanta Das told the media that the daily currency exchange limit had been cut to Rs 2,000 from the earlier Rs 4,500 with effect from ...

Wedding cash allowed, exchange amount cut - Calcutta Telegraph

New Delhi, Nov. 17: The Centre today drove down the cash exchange limit and allowed families with upcoming weddings and farmers to withdraw more money, accepting feedback about distress as well as misuse after the decision to recall notes. Old notes ...

Demonetisation: Govt tightens exchange of notes, eases withdrawal - Business Standard

Amid reports of hardships caused by demonetisation in crop sowing and marriages, the government on Thursday eased restrictions on cash withdrawal by farmers and families with upcoming weddings, but more than halved the limit of exchange of notes at ...

Demonetisation: Government slashes exchange limit to Rs 2000 per person - The Indian Express

Reversing its initial move of hike in over the counter exchange limit for old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, the government has slashed the limit to Rs 2,000 per person from Rs 4,500 effective Friday. “To enable larger number of people to get the benefit ...

Govt reduces exchange limit to Rs 2K, families with weddings can get Rs 2.5L - Hindustan Times

Economic affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das addresses a press conference in New Delhi on Thursday. (PTI). The government has reduced the limit on exchanging banned banknotes to Rs 2,000 from Friday, announcing a raft of new measures to help people ...

Demonetisation: Cash withdrawal norms eased for farmers, agri-traders, weddings - Firstpost

New Delhi: The government on Thursday announced a set of seven decisions pertaining to demonetisation, mainly aimed at smooth sowing season ahead, including permission to farmers to withdraw up to Rs 25,000 per week and registered agri-traders Rs ...

Long queues return after brief breather for banks - Times of India

BHOPAL: While the city banks heaved a sigh of relief on Thursday morning with less number of people joining the queues outside them, the scenario was back to the square one as soon as the news regarding government slashing old currency exchange limit ...

Notes exchange limits reduced From Rs 4500 to Rs 2000 - Pragativadi

New Delhi: With cash crunch following demonetisation the Government on Thursday announced new measures to help farmers and families planning weddings withdraw more money from banks. Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said that families ...

PM Modi's Demonetisation Move Brings Huge Relief for Farmers and Families Celebrating Weddings - http://www.newsgram.com/

New Delhi, November 17, 2016: The government on Thursday announced a new set of measures to ease the massive cash crunch which followed after the sudden currency ban. Since November 8, the government announced several measures to reduce the ...

Demonetisation: Indian government eases cash withdrawal limit for farmers, weddings - WION

The existing limit of Rs 4,500 for exchange of old notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 will be reduced to Rs 2,000 from tomorrow. (Reuters). New Delhi, Delhi, India | Nov 17, 2016, 04.53 PM (IST). Follow Us. Attempting to tackle the hysteria around ...

Relief for farmers, agri-traders and families celebrating wedding; exchange limit cut to Rs 2000 - India TV

Amid unprecedented rush to banks and ATMs due to the massive cash crunch in the country, centre today announced another set of measures to ease out the problems faced by general public. Families can withdraw. India TV Business Desk, New Delhi ...

Another Jolt! Exchange Limit Reduced To Rs.2000! - Gulte

Soon after the Modi government demonetized the Rs.500 and Rs.1,000 currency notes, millions of common people across the country rushed to banks to exchange their old currency notes with the new ones. Owing to the sudden rush, the government set an ...

As Janta Continues To Struggle For Cash, Exchange Limit Chopped Down To Rs 2000. Withdraw Upto 2.5 Lakhs For ... - Indiatimes.com

It has been over a week since the crores of people across the country are struggling to get their old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes exchanged or withdraw money to meet their daily needs. Bank. BCCL. The government had allowed the general public to withdraw ...

Over-the-counter notes exchange limit reduced to Rs. 2000 from Friday - The Hindu

In an effort to reduce the burden of demonetisation on the common man, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said on Thursday that families can withdraw up to Rs. 2, 50,000 for the purpose of weddings this marriage season. Stressing that the ...

Another set of rules: Govt limits bank exchange from Rs 4500 to Rs 2000 - Business Standard

The government, on Thursday, announced another set of changed rules as queues continued to day eight of its demonetisation drive. It reduced the limit of over-the-counter exchange of old notes for new ones to Rs 2,000 per person from Rs 4,500 earlier.

Modi government applies more curbs, limits bank exchange from Rs 4500 to Rs 2000 - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: The government today revised certain guidelines for the withdrawal of cash, limiting counter exchange of old Rs 500, Rs 1,000 notes from Rs 4,500 to Rs 2000 starting from tomorrow. Government also allowed farmers to draw money from banks ...

Govt tightens notes exchange norms, lowers limit to Rs 2000 - Times of India

NEW DELHI: Government on Thursday lowered the exchange limit for now-defunct 500 and 1,000 rupee notes to Rs 2,000 from the existing cap of Rs 4,500, effective tomorrow. Among other measures, it has allowed up to Rs 2.5 lakh cash withdrawal from ...