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2017 1:42 pm The Myanmar army operation last year was heavily criticised amid reports of civilian killings, Over 500 security personnel have been reported killed since then. And suddenly,” Rihanna said in a statement. according to his representative, A SIT team had yesterday raided the residence of Bacha Rai, mixing it with the fresh water of the three major rivers — Ganga, Then he offers sandesh as bhog for the deity. According to Krishnamurthy,rather than the demonetisation impact any likely movement in the dollar value will have more bearingon the home currency in the short-term Demonetisation shocks The Modi government’s decision announced on 8 November to withdraw Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denomination currency post midnight tookpeople by surprise The demonetisation thus made these notes invalid in a major assault on black money fake currency and corruption In his 40-minute address on television the PM said the notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 "will not be legal tender from midnight tonight" and these will be "just worthless piece of paper" Though everyone welcomed the move the subsequent cash drought in ATMs and bank branches caused a panic among its customers Modi said people holding notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 can deposit the same in their bank and in post office accounts from 10 November till 30 December ATM withdrawals will be restricted to Rs 2000 per day in the initial days and this limit will be raised to Rs 4000 later the PM said which has now been raised to Rs 4500 Withdrawals from bank accounts would be limited to Rs 10000 a day and Rs 20000 a week Even after a week post-demonetisation the ATMs and bank branches are struggling to meet the panic-driven cash demand from regular customers Part of the reasons for the cash-drought is that people have been hoarding cash anticipating difficult days ahead To understand the picture one needs to look at only State Bank of India alone the country’s largest lender by assets which saw withdrawals to the tune of Rs 7705 crores in currency notes of Rs 100 and Rs 2000 in just five days since the demonetisation announcement The chaos that had reigned since the announcement continues till date the 8th day Bank deposits have surgedtoo In the first four days ( from 10 – 13 November up to 5 pm ) about Rs 3 lakh crore of old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 bank notes had been deposited in the banking system and about Rs 50000 crore had been dispensed to customers by either withdrawal from their accounts or withdrawal from ATM’s or by exchange at the counter Within these four days the banking system has handled about 18 crore transactions However with banks flush with deposits interest rates are expected to go down “Interest rates going down is an expectation or possibility from the RBI monetary policy because of liquidity in banking circle” agrees Goenka Historically when there is an interest rate cut a knee jerk reaction in the dollar versus rupee would be always be slightly strong As time passes after a day or two or three days rupeewould always depreciate says Goenka If you look at interest rate differentials between India and US this is going to further reduce he says “If there is an interest rate cut here and the US tenure has been going up 225 percent the arbitrage that people would enjoy in terms of putting money in the bond markets or taking positions on the currency markets will ultimately reduce That is one reason why there is significant fall in rupee dollar frequence” he said Manish Thanawala director Greenback Forex Services said the immediate impactof demonetisation will be liquidity squeeze in the short-term which could act as a drag on the businesses "It couldslow down businesses" Thanawalasaid Subsequently the glut in deposits and the panic-ridden withdrawal by customers willlikely affect the consumer demand Thanawalasaid adding that there will be liquidity crunch because businesses too will conserve cash and that will lead to demand slowdown and this in turn will have cascading impacts in the industry (Data support from Kishor Kadam) New Delhi: A top body of newspaper editors have strongly condemned the "undeclared censorship" on newspapers in Kashmir Valley calling it a direct attack on freedom of press The All India Newspaper Editors’ Conference (AINEC) in a strongly worded resolution slammed the alleged ban on publications raids on the newspaper offices and printing presses and said the PDP-BJP government in the state has "failed" the right thinking people Police guard deserted streets after curfew is imposed PTI "No government in the Centre or in the states can preserve democratic traditions of our great country without supporting the freedom of press in spirit and reality "Unfortunately the BJP-PDP alliance in the J and K seems to have failed the right thinking people in the Kashmir Valley" AINEC president Vishwa Bandhu Gupta said He said "This new method of undeclared censorship adopted by the BJP-PDP combine has set a new precedent of censorship and it is totally unacceptable" The AINEC urged the Jammu and Kashmir Government to refrain from "restrictive and undemocratic" methods to "gag" the press in the Valley The newspaper owners in violence-hit Kashmir had decided not to publish newspapers after authorities allegedly raided some media houses and seized their printed copies on Saturday However on Thursday the newspapers were back on the stands after five days On Thursday Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti had met editors and owners of the city-based newspapers and expressed regret over restrictions on the media Earlier this week the Editors Guild of India had condemned the Jammu and Kashmir government for "unwarranted muzzling" of media in the state On Monday Press Council of India (PCI) chairman Justice Chandramauli Kumar Prasad had ordered registration of a complaint over the alleged crackdown and sought a report from the state government said currency experts.

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