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Vanishing jobs

The latest findings, which says nearly 50 lakh people have lost their jobs since Nov 2016, fly in the face of NDA government’s claims about employment generation

Note ban, GST troubled people: Damodar Reddy

Suryapet: Congress nominee from Suryapet Assembly constituency Ramreddi Damodar Reddy on Sunday said he would explain people about the failures of both the TRS...

All pain, no gain

Though the intent behind banning the high-value currency notes was lofty, the consequences turned out to be an economic misadventure

Supreme Court: spike in cases, where govt is party

Between January 1 and December 31 last year, 4,229 cases were filed in the top court in which the government was a party as against 3,497 in 2016, according to the latest data from the law ministry.

Modi’s backward-looking thoughts led to note ban, says Rahul Gandhi

Gandhi asserted that Modi's "backward-looking" thought has caused demonetisation and Goods and Services Tax (GST), which he referred to as 'Gabbar Singh Tax'.

Govt has presented an election budget, says Shiv Sena

Shiv Sena spokesperson Manisha Kayande claimed that the Centre had taken "desperate" measures, following criticism over the Goods and Services Tax (GST) rollout, demonetisation and the BJP's reduced numbers in the Gujarat Assembly polls.

Ready to pay price for steps taken for better India, says Modi

"I am aware of the big political price I will have to pay for the steps I have taken, the path I have chosen and the destination I want to take the country to. But I am ready for it," the Prime Minister said.

Govt avoiding Parliament session due to Gujarat polls: Congress

The opposition party alleged the Modi government is working under its model of "bypass, bulldoze and betray", which is an "attack on democracy".

Note ban failed to slow down Telangana

Fact corroborated by Electronics and IT Ministry's analysis wing's finding.

Chidambaram attacks Centre, Jaitley on note ban

A day after Jaitley said the demonetisation decision was an "ethical drive and a moral step", Chidambaram took him on in a series of tweets.

Mamata Banerjee describes demonetisation as ‘DeMoDisaster’

Banerjee had announced her decision to change the display picture on her Twitter account to 'black' on the first anniversary of demonetisation.

Arun Jaitley defends note ban, says it has changed the way India spends

"If you look back at all the steps we have taken in the last three-to-four years, besides demonetisation, we have succeeded in bringing centre-stage the whole issue of how financial transactions in India ought to be carried out," Jaitley said

Unclear outcome

It is nearly one year since the announcement of demonetisation policy, seen as the most disruptive economic measure in recent history. The jury is...

RBI says it is still verifying notes returned after demonetisation

'The verification of notes withdrawn from the circulation is an ongoing process', the RBI said in response to an RTI query

Opposition to observe Nov 8 as Black Day to protest demonetisation

Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad told reporters here that the opposition parties have worked out a joint strategy to register their protest against the November 8 demonetisation.

PM Modi should accept demonetisation was wrong move, says Kamal Hassan

Kamal Hassan said Modi should not be stubborn in arguing that the rabbit he had caught has three legs.

Shell companies used hundreds of bank accounts post note ban

The accounts were thereafter again left as dormant with paltry balance.

AR Rahman unveils ‘The Flying Lotus’, new track on demonetisation

Prior to its release, Rahman said: "It will be released like a normal release by Universal Music India, but I will send a copy to our PM and important people."

Politics over state of economy

When the going gets tough, the dissent gets going unhindered. At a time when the economy is groaning under the impact of a slowdown,...

70% Indians want 1000 rupee note back in circulation: Survey

'The choice of denominations severely hurt the section of population that deal with smaller denomination notes.'

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