1. Reserve Bank of India to issue Rs 10 bank notes with rupee symbol and letter N

Reserve Bank of India to issue Rs 10 bank notes with rupee symbol and letter N

Reserve Bank today said it will soon issue Rs 10 denomination bank notes in the 'Mahatma Gandhi...

By: | Mumbai | Published: February 13, 2015 11:58 AM
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Reserve Bank today said it will soon issue Rs 10 denomination bank notes in the ‘Mahatma Gandhi Series-2005. (PTI)

Reserve Bank today said it will soon issue Rs 10 denomination bank notes in the ‘Mahatma Gandhi Series-2005’, incorporating rupee symbol and inset letter ‘N’ in the numbering panel.

“It will incorporate rupee symbol on the obverse and the reverse, with inset letter ‘N’ in both the numbering panels, bearing the signature of Governor Raghuram Rajan, and the year of printing ‘2014’ printed on the reverse of the banknote,” RBI said in a notification.

The design of these notes to be issued now is similar in all respects to the Rs 10 denomination bank notes in Mahatma Gandhi Series- 2005′ issued earlier, the notification said.

RBI also said all the bank notes in the denomination of Rs 10 issued by the Bank in the past will continue to be legal tender.

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    Anil kumar
    Jan 29, 2017 at 5:58 am
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      P.Ramanjineyulu
      Jan 28, 2017 at 5:28 pm
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      1. Jegannathan Kandasamy Suntharem
        Feb 13, 2015 at 4:46 pm
        It is interesting to note that RBI is thinking in an innovative ways. However, as far as coins are concerned they could not think that way. The reason amy the RBI authorities may not be knowing the problem faced by the public. The old fifty paise and the new one rupee coin, two rupee coin and old one rupee coin are of same size and shape making difficult to identify them unless with a magnifying lens. Is there no any other shapes which the RBI authorities are aware of viz. square, triangle etc. Even the old two rupee coin with corrugation was done away with. Will the authorities look into the matter.
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