Ever since PM Modi announced the demonetisation move on November 8, the government has been introducing, changing or updating rules at the drop of a hat due to the resulting chaos.

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Demonetisation: Housing prices to drop up to 30%, wiping Rs 8 lakh crore in value

Maximum fall on total market valuation will be in Mumbai Rs 2,00,330 crore followed by Bangalore by Rs 99,983 crore and Gurgaon Rs 79,059 crore.

Defects in new Rs 500 notes, RBI blames it on rush

Discrepancies in notes include differing colour, differently placed shapes and items on the notes and even unequal sizes.

Demonetisation is for the people, counter misinformation, PM Modi tells BJP MPs

"This decision is in favour of the people and against black money, corruption and counterfeit currency. Our target is fight a long battle against all these," Modi said.

Before Modi banned Rs 500, Rs 1000 notes BJP was busy investing in real estate

The party, in power at the Centre, bought several land parcels in Bihar up to the first week of November. 

Demonetisation: How govt rules changed as chaos increased

Ever since PM Modi announced the demonetisation move on November 8, the government has been introducing, changing or updating rules at the drop of a hat due to the resulting chaos. 

Demonetisation: What will the RBI do with old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes?

The demonetised notes are shredded to bits to the extent that they can no longer be reconstructed, and then they pass through a humidifier where they are converted into briquettes.

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