Price of 'one-ruler' syndrome - The Telegraph

New Delhi, Aug. 31: The Congress today said the demonetisation disaster happened because institutions, advisers, ministers and BJP apologists are too frightened to speak their mind in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and do nothing except ...

PM unleashed financial anarchy through note ban: Congress - The Indian Awaaz

Stating that Prime Minister Narendra Modi unleashed a financial anarchy and economic chaos in the country by the note ban, the Congress today urged him to apologise to the people for taking a very wrong decision. anand-sharma ''This decision created an ...

The cover-up - The Tribune

If 99 per cent of the demonetised currency has returned to the banks, as the RBI has said, it means the fight against black money through demonetisation was not properly thought through. The Prime Minister had declared then: “The Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 ...

Demonetisation under a cloud - Telangana Today

The latest RBI figures, suggesting that 98.6% of the banned notes of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 denomination has come back to the banks, have raised questions over the rationale and efficacy of demonetisation. Critics argue that the economic objectives of the ...

'Demonetisation success' top trend on Twitter, users allege organised effort by BJP ministers, supporters - Hindustan Times

People waiting to exchange demonetised currency make enquiries at the closed gates of Reserve Bank of India in Bangalore on January 2.(AFP File Photo). Twitter users raised questions on Thursday as #DemonetisationSuccess became the top trend on ...

Congress terms demonetisation 'biggest scam', PM must accept moral responsibility (Lead) - Web India 123

The Congress party on Thursday termed demonetisation as the "biggest scam" and accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of misleading the people, saying that he had repeatedly made "false statements" on the decision to junk high-value currency. The party ...

India's central bank says 99% of banned currency back in system - Saudi Gazette

NEW DELHI — India's government scrambled to defend its attempt to crack down on the shadow economy by banning high denomination banknotes, after data showed almost all of the abolished currency had made it back into the banking system. A report ...

Has Narendra Modi's demonetisation gambit failed in India? - Financial Times

Narendra Modi, India's prime minister, declared in an unscheduled national broadcast last year that all Rs500 and 100 notes would cease to be legal tender. This would leave those who had hoarded piles of illicit money from corruption and tax evasion ...