BARA SARAFA BAZAAR
Bara Sarafa Bazaar: Indore’s jewellery market by day and street-food hub by night groans amid poor liquidity conditions
“There are very few customers in the market since the government’s announcement on Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes. We are small jewellers and cannot accept the demonetised notes."
Government's challenge after demonetisation: Keeping unaccounted money handlers at bay
As India moves more towards a ‘white’ economy,’ liquid...
Zaveri Bazaar: After a few hours of manic rush, business has been muted in India’s largest bullion market
Zaveri Bazaar, India’s largest bull...
Plan delicious street food trails in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh with family
Indulge in delectable festive goodies and live amongst the locals by trying a premium homestay option this season.
Rahul Gandhi’s simplicity praised, but Indore traders stay with Sumitra Mahajan and Vijayvargiya
A senior BJP leader, who monitored Gandhi’s two-day trip, said Congress strategy of “slamming GST” had earlier failed miserably in Gujarat’s Surat area.
SP injured in night-long violence in Shillong; curfew on
Superintendent of Police (City) Stephan Rynjah sustained injuries after he was hit by a rod and has been admitted to the Shillong Civil Hospital, a senior police officer on duty said.
Demonetisation could clean up the restaurant business
"There are also restaurants set up solely to launder money. The current bold move will definitely help."
Aurangabad riots: Video shows cops walking with mob; probe ordered
The video, purportedly showing policeman walking with the mob that was setting vehicles and property ablaze in the Aurangabad city on Friday night, has gone viral on social media.
Two dead in communal clashes in Aurangabad
Tension was brewing in Moti Karanja area for the last few days as the municipal corporation was carrying out a drive against illegal water connections.
Demonetisation of Rs 500 & Rs 1,000 notes: Money launderers may never have it so good or so bad
"There are businesses like transport that deal with cash on a daily basis and jama-kharchi firms use such business fronts to legitimise black money."
Riot-hit Aurangabad tense, internet services restored
The police have registered six cases in which nearly 3,000 unidentified people were booked for offences like arson, rioting and damaging public property, an official said.
Why your neighbourhood ATM is shut or running out of cash in a few hours
The first urgent need was to clear ATMs of the old currencies and bring them to the headquarters. The task was daunting because in the first week of November.
Demonetisation effect: Most political parties are in a tizzy, but it may not be a level playing field
The timing of the demonetisation, ahead of poll season, is not lost on political observers who feel it is a landmark move towards electoral reforms.
Why you may no longer need to keep a stash under your pillow or in it
Today, 86% (by value and 24% by volume) of the total currency in circulation is in the form of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes valued at Rs 14 lakh crore.
Can Indore’s leading food companies make it the snack hub of the country?
The city has a centuries-old tradition of food. More than its historical landmarks, it is known for the Ratlami sev, garadu chat and poha that incongruously comes with jalebi.
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