Thursday, May 30, 2024

Tag: Demonetization

Based on a tip by the CIA, Indian authorities have caught a Pakistani agent smuggling fake Indian currency notes via Dubai and Bangkok. The new notes in circulation were printed in 2016 after India's War on Cash. However, GreatGameIndia...
MUMBAI: A man who arrived on a flight from Dubai on Sunday morning was arrested for carrying fake Rs 2,000 notes with a face value of almost Rs 24 lakh. The notes were of high quality, incorporating seven of...
Shashi Tharoor, a serving member of the Indian Parliament lately known for his anti-British position has ironically been recruited by the son of a Pakistani British spy in his firm CTD Advisors, heavily infested with former British intelligence chiefs...
Let the Indians note that none of the PeethaDhiPatis either of the Vaishnavite or the Shaivite Order or MuttaDhipathis or the Sri Vidya Upasakas or any other Indian Religious Leaders either consciously or unconsciously, either in wakeful state or...
The main cause of the financial ruin in the interval 2008-2012 was this currency manipulation, without any gold left to back it up. If the countries are not of European origin, they are all subjected to what we can...
With Russia slipping out of their hands, the eyes were set on an unfathomably resource-rich country, which even after thousand years of non-stop plunder and looting still captures the imagination of one and all, thugs, thieves and robber-barons alike...
At least now, post demonetization, do we have any fresh estimates of the Black Money in the country, or its rate of generation? This would have been a very interesting study to do. Why haven’t we seen it done? Around...
GreatGameIndia is happy to announce the publishing of a soon to be released book India in Cognitive Dissonance, an explosive hard-hitting myth-buster, a timely reminder for the decadent Indian society; a masterpiece on Indian geopolitics – India in Cognitive Dissonance Dedicated...
One of the leading puzzles related to cross border flow of investment is the phenomenon of ‘Round Tripping'. Here, money from a country (eg. India) flows to a foreign country (Mauritius) and comes back as foreign direct investment to...
Following the 2008 Financial Crisis notable financial institutions worldwide were severely hit. Many had to be taken over or merged with another financial institution, others nationalized by a government or central bank rest declared insolvent or liquidated. The only...