In its 100-year journey, design of One Rupee note was changed 44 times. The one Rupee note is the only currency printed by the Government of India and not by the Reserve Bank, and is signed by the Finance Secretary.
New Delhi: One rupee currency notes are set to make a comeback after two decades, although in a different colour.The government ceased the printing of these notes in 1994 but as per latest reports RBI
New Delhi: After two decades, Re 1 notes are set to make a comeback.According to a Ministry of Finance notification, the new Re 1 currency notes will have a different look - pink-green on the
Bangalore, May 13: Thirty kg of rice per month will be sold at Re.1 per kg for BPL (below poverty line) families across Karnataka from June 1, newly sworn-in state Chief Minister Siddaramaiah announced here