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Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is addressing the media on BJP’s National Executive meeting. harsh language can’t be a substitute for substantive charge, through their eyes.An effort of the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts in collaboration with the department of Ancient Indian History Culture and Archaeology (AIHC&A) the exhibition brings exhibits of rock art from Africa Asia Australia Europe North and South America Dr Paru Sidhu of the department said: “Rock art is known from across the world and as a discipline of study and research is very popular in Europe Asia boasts of a diverse art heritage with Bhimbetka in Madhya Pradesh inscribed by UNESCO as a world heritage site” Sidhu added that the effort of the exhibition is to introduce people of the region students and history lovers to this treasure-trove of art and its varied expressions Art workshops for students are also being organised as a part of the showcase to develop an interest in the subject Through carving scraping polishing painting and stenciling many subjects form the basis of the art on rocks with a representation of wild animals and scenes of hunting being the most common subject Geometrical and abstract motifs battle scenes hand-prints are also common to rock art from all the five continents Some of the art depicts the evolution from hunters and gatherers to a more settled life with domestication of animals and growing of plants Scenes from nature complex depictions like that of a salmon fish in the form of a sculpture a man holding an axe for protecting lovers a delicate panel of horses and rhinos lovers in a tight embrace a chariot and charioteer all take the viewer to varied spaces indicating the diversity of culture beliefs practices surroundings as evident in the diversity and complexity of the art Rock art from Jammu and Kashmir Uttarakhand Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh can be viewed The exhibition is a representative collection of the significant and important traditions are displayed continent wise with the viewer getting a glimpse and feel of the constantly changing aspects of art stimulated by the awareness of sights and sounds myths and beliefs of life of the primitive men For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 30 2017 10:12 pm According to the data released by the central bank old notes worth Rs 1544 lakh crore were there in the market out of which 1528 lakh crore have been received by the bank (Representational pictiure) Related News The Reserve Bank of India on Wednesday confirmed that 89 crore old Rs 1000 notes out of 6326 crore have not been returned post the note ban last November This means all but 14 per cent of the old Rs 1000 notes have come back into the banking system According to the data released by the central bank old notes worth Rs 1544 lakh crore were there in the market out of which 1528 lakh crore have been received by the bank Also Read: RBI on demonetisation: 99% banned notes back in banking system The government had announced demonetisation of Rs 1000 and Rs 500 note on November 8 2016 to flush out black money from the market The government replaced old Rs 500 notes with new ones but no replacement for Rs 1000 notes has been made Instead a new Rs 2000 note was introduced post note ban Besides new Rs 500 and Rs 2000 notes the RBI has also printed new Rs 200 notes Also Read: Arun Jaitley after Congress slams RBI report: Some do not understand demonetisation Here are the key developments ever since demonetisation was announced on November 8 2016: August 2017 August 25 2017: New Rs 50 Rs 200 note issued The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued new Rs 50 and Rs 200 denomination banknotes August 23 2017: Not considering ban on Rs 2000 notes said FM Arun Jaitley August 14 2017: 283 crore I-T returns: 25% increase in filing of tax returns says Govt Income Tax returns filed for 2017-18 rose 247 per cent year-on-year to 283 crore returns as on August 5 as against 227 crore returns filed during the corresponding period last year August 11 2017: Unusual deposits of Rs 17 lakh crore during demonitisation says RBI paper July 2017 July 23 2017: Around Rs 71941 crore undisclosed income detected in last three years: Govt to SC The Centre informed the Supreme Court that around Rs 71941 crore of undisclosed income has been detected in the last three years after Income Tax (IT) department carried out searches seizures and surveys July 17 2017: Centre says no to another chance to deposit banned notes After the Supreme Court asked the Centre to consider granting a window to those who have not been able to deposit demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes due to “genuine reasons” the Centre on Monday said this will “defeat the very object of demonetisation and elimination of black money” July 16 2017: Only 7% rise in transactions through cards post Demonetistion Transactions through debit and credit cards rose by merely seven per cent post demonetisation as against a surge of over 23 per cent in overall digital transactions top government officials told a parliamentary panel The digital transactions in all modes increased by 23 per cent to 275 million in May 2017 from 224 million in November 2016 according to the presentation July 13 2017: Still counting demonetised notes: RBI chief to House panel RBI Governor Urjit Patel told a parliamentary panel on Wednesday that the demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes which were deposited in banks after November 8 are still being counted Therefore the RBI could not provide the “exact amount” of the scrapped notes received July 12 2017: RBI Governor Urjit Patel appears before Parliamentary panel for second time RBI Governor Urjit Patel appeared before a Parliamentary panel for the second time and is understood to have said the deposited banned notes are still being counted and therefore was not in a position to give a figure of the scrapped currency back in the system July 4 2017: Centre RBI to tell SC in two weeks if ‘genuine’ individuals can still deposit old 500 1000 notes The Union government and the Reserve Bank of India will within two weeks inform the Supreme Court if genuine individuals who could not deposit their money during demonetisation can still be allowed to do so June 2017 June 21 2017: Govt asks banks to deposit junked notes at RBI by July 20 The government has permitted banks and post offices to deposit junked Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes with the Reserve Bank by July 20 This is the second window the government has provided to banks post offices and cooperative banks for depositing the junked notes with RBI June 2 2017: Wrong to link economic slowdown to noteban says Arun Jaitley Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said it will be “erroneous” to attribute the sharp slowdown in economic growth in the fourth quarter of 2016-17 solely to demonetisation since several factors including the global situation pulled down the GDP growth to 61 per cent in the January-March quarter May 2017 May 17 2017: Clean Money portal launched: ‘Undisclosed income worth Rs 23000 crore 91 lakh new taxpayers since note ban’ Having brought 91 lakh taxpayers in the tax net and detecting undisclosed income worth Rs 23144 crore in the six months after demonetisation the government on Tuesday launched an online portal as an extension of its ongoing initiative of ‘Operation Clean Money’ May 11 2017: Post demonetisation: PoS machines see manifold jump but ATM installation slows down Banks have added more than 10 lakh PoS machines in the five-month period between November 2016 and March 2017 On the contrary as the cash availability reduced after demonetisation was announced on November 8 banks significantly slowed down the pace of ATM installations May 9 2017: Currency in circulation may not match pre-8/11 levels The sharp decline in the pace of remonetisation over the past few weeks and indications from government officials suggest that the government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) may not go for full replacement of the currency that was in circulation during the pre-demonetisation period May 8 2017: Economy slowly limps back from shock; RBI yet to make disclosures April 2017 April 27 2017: RBI ready to give House panel details of Nov 8 meet Urjit Patel answers questions The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has finally agreed to submit the minutes before a Parliamentary panel “in a sealed cover” April 19 2017: Operation clean money: May 31 deadline for verification of data of cash deposits The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has set May 31 as the deadline for verification of data of cash deposits in banks under ‘Operation Clean Money’ April 14 2017: I-T dept launches second phase of Operation ‘Clean Money’ to probe 60000 people Income Tax Department on Friday launched the second phase of Operation ‘Clean Money’ to detect the flow of black money into the banks after demonetisation of higher currency notes announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8 last year April 6 2017: Still to get Rs 110 crore for recalibrating ATMs after Nov 8: Cash logistics firms April 1 2017: Last day of note exchange: Outside RBI despair and wads of old notes March 2017 March 24 2017: No plans to introduce Rs 5000 Rs 10000 notes: Government March 21 2017: Why no category for those who couldn’t exchange notes by Dec 30: SC to Centre The Supreme Court today asked the Centre why it chose not to create a separate category for those who couldn’t deposit demonetised notes by December 30 2016 unlike the NRIs and people who were abroad March 20 2017: I-T zeroes in on Mumbai trader in first crackdown after demonetisation March 13 2017: RBI lifts all cash withdrawal limits from today March 1 2017: Govt notifies law: Pay Rs 10000 if you have over 10 banned notes February 2017 February 28 2017: India’s GDP growth slows to 7 per cent in Oct-Dec February 27 2017: Nationwide strike brings banking operations to a halt February 21 2017: First discussed note ban with RBI in Feb 2016: Shaktikanta Das January 2017 January 31 2017: 18 lakh taxpayers to get IT notices to explain large deposits post demonetisation January 31 2017: Economic Survey for 2016-17: Note ban shaves off GDP growth rate by up to 05 pc in ficsal year 2017 January 29 2017: Jan Dhan a/cs witness withdrawal of Rs 5000 crore in a month post note ban January 10 2017: On Nov 7 it was Govt which ‘advised’ RBI to ‘consider’ note ban got RBI nod next day December 2016 December 14 2016: Why now… how did secrecy help: Bimal Jalan RBI Gov during NDA-1 Bimal Jalan whose tenure as Reserve Bank of India Governor (1997-2003) almost coincided with that of the first NDA government of Atal Bihari Vajpayee on Tuesday questioned the timing of the government’s demonetisation decision and said there must be a very good reason war or security threat to demonetise a legal tender December 1 2016: RBI asks banks not to believe social media gossip December:Deaths caused due to the effects of demonetisation In the parliament on Wednesday Congress asked who was responsible for the ‘deaths of 84 people who have died due to the hardships faced after the unplanned demonetisation’ Jaitley however defended the decision and said that PM Modi had the “broad shoulders to face the consequences of this decision” which has caused some “pain in transition” but also put India on the cusp of major change November: RBI’s guidelines for cash withdrawal The government and the RBI have changed rules for withdrawal exchange and deposit of cash several times since demonetisation In days that followed the roll-out of new currency notes on November 10 Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das held several press conferences to announce new rules The use of old notes was completely scrapped out and then the deadline was extended for petrol pumps tolls and government medical stores ATM withdrawal limits were repeatedly changed from Rs 4000 to Rs 2500 to Rs 2000 the current cap November: Cash crunch across the country Soon after the scheme was announced there were long and serpentine queues outside banks and ATMs One month on people continue to deal with the cash crunch Queues outside banks continue even as banks across public and private sectors have complain of not having enough cash to meet the people’s needs In the face of all this finance minister on Wednesday said the “seven-decade old normal” that existed in society had been “disrupted” — which was needed for the country to move towards a “new normal” (with inputs from agencies) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Updated: October 14 2015 8:37 am “It will take at least 10 days to restore full normalcy in train movement following the lifting of rail blockade by farmers today” Divisional Railway Manager Ferozepur Division Anuj Prakash said (Source: PTI) Top News The week-long rail roko protest by farmers affected over 1200 trains of the Ferozepur and Ambala divisions The Railways has said that it will take at least 10 days before its services returned to normal in the state The farmers called off their stir on Tuesday The stir described as the “worst ever” to hit the state is estimated to have cost the Railways over Rs 150 crore The service has had to refund passengers who could not go ahead with their journey and change routes which used up extra fuel “It will take at least 10 days to restore full normalcy in train movement following the lifting of rail blockade by farmers today” Divisional Railway Manager Ferozepur Division Anuj Prakash said Share This Article Related Article The Railways has decided to take up the matter with the Punjab government “Railways at least should be spared from protests I will have a meeting with officials of the Punjab government and ask them not to allow farmers’ outfits to stop trains” he said [With PTI inputs] For 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2017 8:20 am On their 1st wedding anniversary,Hazel Keech and Yuvraj Singhseem to have had a midnight date Related News While we have been seeing a lot of pictures of Sagarika Ghatge-Zaheer Khan it was exactly a year back when we were happy to see clicks from Hazel Keech and Yuvraj Singh’s wedding celebrations On the occasion of their first wedding anniversary loving wife Hazel shared a picture with her man Yuvraj and also wrote a love note Hazel and Yuvraj seem to have had a midnight date celebrating this one year of togetherness and thus the Bodyguard actor shared a click and wrote “Wining and dining after 1 year of marriage Happy Anniversary @yuvisofficial its been a roller coaster but I wouldn’t have wanted to do it with anyone else I love you husband ??” Hazel and Yuvraj are all smiles in the photo and we are happy to see them together See the latest photo of Hazel Keech and Yuvraj Singh on their first wedding anniversary: We saw Hazel Keech and Yuvraj Singh recently by each other’s side at the multiple celebrations of Sagarika Ghatge-Zaheer Khan’s wedding Hazel and Yuvraj were seen enjoying themselves and also dancing at their besties wedding See a few more recent photos of Hazel Keech and Yuvraj Singh: Last year we saw Hazel Keech and Yuvraj Singh’s beautiful pre-wedding pictures images from their Chandigarh ceremony and also the fun clicks from their Goa nuptials To add even more star value to the wedding Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma made an appearance at their wedding and also a video of the two dancing to Gur Naal Ishq went viral See Hazel Keech and Yuvraj Singh’s wedding photos too: We wish a happy married life to Hazel Keech and Yuvraj Singh For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsHall Render Protests Possible Changes to Medicare Group Appeals Process On July 9 but did not return till late in the night, Chhath is also considered one of the most difficult festivals. “He is one of the most underrated artists. Her assessment of the Modi government interests fans, The apex court has earlier said that it will be hearing the matter on January 30. “Ah, Upadhyay said? 2014 11:10 am Untitled watercolour works by Bimal Dasgupta Related News The abstract watercolours capture dreamy landscapes.

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