Srinivasan Ramani is Deputy National Editor who works with data at The Hindu. He has been a long time member of DataMeet community. This week I caught up with him to talk about Demonetisation move by Government of India.
- Government Press Release -PDF
- PM Modi Announces Notes Ban In Anti-Corruption Move, Millions Face Cash Crunch
- Demonetisation: 1978, the Present and the Aftermath
- livemint says In 1946, Rs1,000, Rs10,000 banknotes were withdrawn. In 1954, Rs1,000, Rs5,000, Rs10,000 notes were reintroduced but again demonetized in January 1978
- As Much As 97% Of Banned Notes Are Back In Banks: Report
- RBI Data Release portal
- ‘Rs. 400 cr. in fake notes to be flushed out’
- Demonetisation: Rs 2.5 lakh crore won’t come back into banking system, says SBI
- Rs 12.44 lakh crore demonetized notes back in the system: RBI
- Rs 11.5 lakh crore deposits! Did RBI double-count both new and old notes?
- Double counting of deposits ruled out
- Cash crunch: Analysts cut India GDP growth forecast
- Farmers forced to dump their produce as note ban turns bumper crop worthless
- Demonetisation fallout: ADB reduces India GDP growth forecast to 7%
- Demonetisation is for the long run