Fri, Oct 06, 2023
Rs 2000 note last date: The Reserve Bank of India Governor Shaktikanta Das on Friday said only about Rs 12,000 crore (or 3.37 per cent) of the currency notes remain in circulation. This essentially means over 96 per cent of the total value of Rs 2,000 banknotes are back in the banking system.
Fri, Sep 29, 2023
A lot will change in the country from October 1. Which new rules will be applicable? What will be mandatory from October 1? Will Rs 2000 notes go out of circulation? Know complete details from Varun Dubey
Mon, Sep 25, 2023
The deadline to return banned Rs 2,000 notes is just 5 days away. If you still have these notes with you, you need to act fast! In this video, we will discuss everything you need to know about the deadline, the process of exchanging or depositing Rs 2,000 notes, and the consequences of not meeting the deadline.
Wed, May 24, 2023
2000 note withdrawal news: Reserve Bank Governor Shaktikanta Das on Wednesday stressed that the entire process of withdrawal of Rs 2000 notes will be non-disruptive, and the Central Bank has been monitoring the situation regularly.
Tue, May 23, 2023
The Reserve Bank of India's decision to withdraw Rs 2,000 notes from circulation seems to have caused a stir amongst the masses. Zomato revealed that 72% of Cash on Delivery orders were paid in Rs 2,000 notes, while fuel stations and jewelry stores are overwhelmed by people trying to get rid of them.
Mon, May 22, 2023
Reserve Bank Governor Shaktikanta Das on Monday explained the reason behind the regulator's decision to withdraw Rs 2,000 currency notes from circulation. Click here to know more about why RBI took the decision and key things you need to remember before the September 30 deadline to deposit/exchange the Rs 2,000 currency note.
The Reserve Bank of India has decided to pull Rs 2000 crore notes from circulation. They will, however, remain legal tender. The masses have been asked to exchange them before September 30, 2023. RBI said the denomination wasn't being commonly used for transactions. The RBI found that the notes of other denominations were enough to meet the requirement of the country.
The Reserve Bank of India has decided to withdraw INR 2,000 notes from circulation in pursuance of the central bank’s Clean Note Policy. The RBI has said banknotes in INR 2,000 denomination will continue to be legal tender, which implies a consumer can purchase goods using the currency. In this video, public reacts to the RBI's decision.
Sat, May 20, 2023
Rs 2,000 withdrawal from circulation: The RBI's announcement on Friday evening that the Rs 2,000 currency note has served its purpose and thus will be withdrawn from circulation left social media platforms in splits, with a string of memes doing rounds on microblogging website Twitter.
Fri, May 19, 2023
BREAKING | Rs 2,000 note to be withdrawn: The RBI will start withdrawing 2,000-rupee notes from circulation. But worry not! The 2,000 note will remain legal tender. You will get a chance to deposit the Rs 2,000 note at the bank, or exchange it up to 10 (Rs 20,000) at a time.
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