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Re: 2016 Notes
« Reply #30 on: October 24, 2016, 09:57:33 AM »
Although Urjit Patel press release was the first Rs 20 note with Ascending Numbers, looks like we have a Rs 20 note from Raghuram Rajan with Ascending Numbers.
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Re: India: 2016 Notes - Raghuram Rajan
« Reply #31 on: December 04, 2016, 01:41:15 PM »
So far Raghuram Rajan in 2016 we have;

1000   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Bleed + Telescopic Numbering   2016 No Inset Letter
1000   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Bleed + Telescopic Numbering   2016 L Inset Letter
1000   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Bleed + Telescopic Numbering   2016 R Inset Letter
500   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Bleed + Telescopic Numbering   2016 No Inset Letter
500   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Bleed + Telescopic Numbering   2016 E Inset Letter
500   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Bleed + Telescopic Numbering   2016 L Inset Letter
100   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol   2016 No Inset Letter
100   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Bleed + Telescopic Numbering   2016 No Inset Letter
100   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Bleed + Telescopic Numbering   2016 E Inset Letter
100   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Bleed + Telescopic Numbering   2016 L Inset Letter
100   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Bleed + Telescopic Numbering   2016 R Inset Letter
100   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol   2016 *, E Inset Letter
50   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - ND - Telescopic   2016 No Inset Letter
50   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Telescopic Numbering   2016 E Inset Letter
50   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Telescopic Numbering   2016 *, E Inset Letter
20   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol   2016 A Inset Letter
20   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - ND - Telescopic Numbering   2016 No Inset Letter
20   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Telescopic Numbering   2016 E Inset Letter
20   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - ND - Telescopic Numbering   2016 L Inset Letter
20   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol   2016 S Inset Letter
10   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol   2016 C Inset Letter
10   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Telescopic Numbering   2016 L Inset Letter
10   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Telescopic Numbering   2016 V Inset Letter
10   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol   2016 *, C Inset Letter
10   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Telescopic Numbering   2016 *, L Inset Letter
10   Gandhi Series, Rupee Symbol - Telescopic Numbering   2016 *, V Inset Letter
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« Reply #32 on: December 04, 2016, 03:36:31 PM »
So no star notes in 500 and 1000? Or just not reported yet?

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Re: India: 2016 Notes - Raghuram Rajan
« Reply #33 on: December 05, 2016, 02:03:27 AM »
Star notes are not introduced in rs 500 and rs1000 as it is not required.
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« Reply #34 on: December 05, 2016, 05:01:31 AM »
Not required as in? ???

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Re: India: 2016 Notes - Raghuram Rajan
« Reply #35 on: December 05, 2016, 07:17:02 AM »
Not required as in? ???

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May be a post for some other time. Essentially the Star series is introduced to solve the whole number problem. In case of Rs 500 notes, if one of the notes gets damaged, in the bundle we would have Rs 500*99 = 49,500. However the requests from Currency chest downstream come in whole numbers. So a request for 50,000 would mean this bundle cannot be used. The way its done is give this incomplete bundle with of Rs 500 with 99 notes and a bundle of Rs 5 of 100 notes.

Like wise for Rs 1000, a bundle [or 2-3 or as many] of Rs 10 would solve the issue.

However for a Rs 100 bundle, if one of the notes goes bad, we have 9900. If we had Rs 1 [I know we reintroduced it recently], but in past a Rs 1 bundle was used. Thus it solved the problem.

Of course there is another logistics / accounting issue that is more easily solvable with a Star notes and hence their introduction. If the volume of printing is up drastically, it makes it easy to have Star notes.
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« Reply #36 on: December 15, 2016, 04:26:42 PM »
May be a post for some other time. Essentially the Star series is introduced to solve the whole number problem. In case of Rs 500 notes, if one of the notes gets damaged, in the bundle we would have Rs 500*99 = 49,500. However the requests from Currency chest downstream come in whole numbers. So a request for 50,000 would mean this bundle cannot be used. The way its done is give this incomplete bundle with of Rs 500 with 99 notes and a bundle of Rs 5 of 100 notes.

Like wise for Rs 1000, a bundle [or 2-3 or as many] of Rs 10 would solve the issue.

However for a Rs 100 bundle, if one of the notes goes bad, we have 9900. If we had Rs 1 [I know we reintroduced it recently], but in past a Rs 1 bundle was used. Thus it solved the problem.

Of course there is another logistics / accounting issue that is more easily solvable with a Star notes and hence their introduction. If the volume of printing is up drastically, it makes it easy to have Star notes.

RBI just destroyed your theory, Dheer! ;)

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Re: India: 2016 Notes - Raghuram Rajan
« Reply #37 on: December 15, 2016, 06:45:20 PM »
Not really  >:D
It means that they are out of rs 5 notes.
Remember the last time it was printed was 2013.  ;)
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Re: India: 2016 Notes - Raghuram Rajan
« Reply #38 on: December 20, 2016, 06:48:32 AM »
Can we get details of all paper currency released into circulation post republic ?

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Re: India: 2016 Notes - Raghuram Rajan
« Reply #39 on: December 20, 2016, 07:21:56 AM »
There are quite a few good books. Standard Reference Guide to Indian Paper Money by Rezwan Razack & Kishore Jhunjhunwalla .

Related thread: http://www.worldofcoins.eu/forum/index.php/topic,36843.0.html

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« Reply #40 on: December 20, 2016, 09:33:02 AM »
Bit off topic: Raghuram Rajan is now in race to become next IMF Chief. He'll replace Christine Lagarde if it turns true.

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Re: India: 2016 Notes - Raghuram Rajan
« Reply #41 on: December 20, 2016, 11:00:23 AM »
Bit off topic: Raghuram Rajan is now in race to become next IMF Chief. He'll replace Christine Lagarde if it turns true.

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Very interesting development and would be good to see Raghuram Rajan in this role.
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Re: India: 2016 Notes - Raghuram Rajan
« Reply #42 on: December 20, 2016, 11:11:04 AM »
There is a long-standing agreement that the boss of the IMF is a European and the boss of the World Bank an American. It would be good to end that agreement, but will it happen? My guess is Wall Street won't like it and they control the Treasury and the IMF.

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« Reply #43 on: December 21, 2016, 04:44:02 PM »
There is a long-standing agreement that the boss of the IMF is a European and the boss of the World Bank an American. It would be good to end that agreement, but will it happen? My guess is Wall Street won't like it and they control the Treasury and the IMF.

That's true, but what I hear is that since EU has UN now, IMF too may not go to EU, to keep the regional balance. Hence very good prospects for Rajan...

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