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How to identify pre-2005 currency notes

This note has the year of printing clearly printed in the middle of the bottom row on the backside. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced its plans to withdraw all currency noted issued before 2005. Financial experts believe that the move is largely aimed at removing fake or counterfeit currency embedded into the… Read More

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Banknotes issued prior to 2005 to be withdrawn RBI Clarification

Further to our Press Release dated January 22, 2014 on the subject and in response to the queries raised, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) clarifies that the rationale behind its move to withdraw banknotes printed prior to 2005 is to remove these banknotes from the market because they have fewer security features compared to… Read More

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FDI Caps in the Print and Broadcasting Sector

I&B Ministry seeks views of TRAI and PCI on revised FDI Caps proposal. In response to the draft consultation paper of the Ministry of Finance on FDI Caps in the Print and Broadcasting Sector, the Information & Broadcasting Ministry has sought the recommendations of TRAI for issues related to the Broadcasting Sector and has sought… Read More

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The Law Commission of India Extends the Last Date for Receiving Suggestions on Electoral Reforms

The Law Commission of India has extended the last date from 30th June 2013 to 31st July 2013 for sending comments/ suggestions on its Consultation Paper on Electoral Reforms. The issue of ˜Electoral Reforms™ has been referred by the Central Government to the Law Commission of India for consideration and for suggesting comprehensive measures for… Read More

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The Law Commission of India Invites Suggestions on Electoral Reforms

The issue of ˜Electoral Reforms™ has been referred by the Central Government to the Law Commission of India for consideration and for suggesting comprehensive measures for changes in laws relating to elections. Acknowledging the importance of the subject, the Commission has prepared a Consultation Paper eliciting feedback from various stakeholders. The election system comprises a… Read More

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