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RBI introducing plastic notes for Rs 10/- of Rs 100 crores would it be convinient for common people?

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RBI is a highest monetary authority of India is going to introduce plastic notes of Rs 10/- for Rs 100 crores, would it be convinient for people to store or to carry? As I think It would be difficult for individual to mold the notes & keep them into pockets. It would be inconenient for people to count more notes as fast as existing notes. It would required more space to store. 

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By : prakashraj kumavat
JAYANTA KUMAR BORAH  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
Well convenince would be much better if they go for plastic 5 rupees note rather than 10 rupees.
manish  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
IT would be good, For the very first time, Australia started using plastic notes.Common people will get irritated by old notes, dirty notes and damaged (worn out) currency notes.So people are ready to welcome plastic notes. Let us have a look at...
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Plastic notes should be introduced 
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 No same thing will happen.New method of forgery wii be found ou
By : smritish raha
JAYANTA KUMAR BORAH  |  Argues in support of  "Plastic notes should be introduced"  |  3 years ago
first of all thanks for the topic sir.Introduction of plastic notes will really bring in a good change in the forging black market . Machines for manufacturing them will surely not be cheaper and will really gloom the forge market.
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By : keshav m
Sarabjeet Singh Johar  |  Argues in support of  "no"  |  3 years ago
people would start fake notes of 100 if you stop printing 500-1000 denominations. Time will has come for electronic money
keshav m  |  Argues in support of  "yes"  |  4 years ago
Then Why is RBI delaying in doin this. Is it not simple and emicable solution?
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He should be Killed immediately 
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 He should be kept alive
By : Kavitha Shankar
Vinoy Scaria James  |  Argues in support of  "He should be Killed immediately"  |  2 years ago
No place for emotions. Got to keep him alive and make sure that the persons opens up. Just to please bloodmongers we cannot let go of a person who can give us vast info on our eniemies.
AMISH  |  Argues in support of  "He should be kept alive"  |  2 years ago
Indian Govt is simply trying to extract dippplomatic mileage and s is keeping Kasab alive. If he is killed, then it would lead to loss of stand against Pakistan and its terror mongering ways. It is thus pertinent that Kasab be kept alive so a quid...
ujjval jain  |  Argues in support of  "He should be kept alive"  |  4 years ago
'An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.' M. K. Gandhi. We most probably doing this to show the world specially to the people nations with distorted frenzied mentality that we are a very matured nation we believe in justice democracy. We...
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Will become easy for paying tips and corruption 
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 Will help carrying more money in pocket
By : Rajesh Tekale
Rajesh Tekale  |  Argues in support of  "Will become easy for paying tips and corruption"  |  2 years ago
To overcome the splitting of payments to the same person made during a day, Finance Bill 2008 has amended Section 40(A)(3). Tax law has stringent provisions to tackle black money. As cash transactions are the mostly commonly used device for tax...
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