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Supernotes And Terrorism

Author: Dr Rajiv Nayan

Interestingly, the decision of 8 November, 2016 has resulted in a real supernote in `2000 denomination. If its misuse is not checked the entire benefit of demonetisation, at least for fighting terrorism, will go in vain. Moreover, Pakistan which has been the source of fake Indian currency has not withered away. It will set up new facilities to print fake notes. India may have to keep monitoring and taking appropriate action.

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Win Win For National Security

Author:  Air Marshal Anil Chopra PVSM, AVSM, VM, VSM (Retd)

While inflation in the US and reforms in China are key factors, the world banks on higher consumption in emerging markets like India. India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Brazil, Mexico Colombia, Nigeria, Ethiopia and East Africa have been able to accelerate growth out of their own power.

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Impact On Economy And Security

Author: Vice Admiral Arun Kumar Singh (Retd)

With the economic growth slowing down (even the President mentioned this aspect on 5 January 2017), the primary question is, how soon can re-monetisation be completed, so that the economy starts growing at over 7 per cent again and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) starts flowing in?

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Short-term Gain Must Be Extended Over Time

Author: Pratap Heblikar

Demonetisation measures can be considered as a major assault on terrorist organisations and private militias in the country. Experts advocate the need to continue sustained operations especially to pre-empting anti-national elements from regrouping or finding alternative methods to make up losses.

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EFFECT ON DEFENCE SECTOR- It Can Bear The Brunt

Author: Amit Cowshish

Defence-spend is often seen as an engine of growth. While this may or may not be true, there is no denying that in the prevailing circumstances when the manufacturing sector is contracting, sales are down and jobs are in jeopardy, the MoD could step in to arrest this trend.

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