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There’s Enough Cash with RBI, Says Govt; Exempts Court Fee, Co-op Store Purchases, Toll Plazas

Following hue and cry over the shortage of new currency in banks and ATMs, the government said on Friday that the payment of old and demonetised notes will be allowed now even in court fee, consumer cooperative stores with ID proof, utility bill payment, and toll plazas. While cancelling the legal tender character of the existing series of high denomination ...

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RAPTOR Automatic 360-degree Price Tag Scanner to End Long Queues in Markets

The long queues at supermarkets or retail stores may end soon with Raptor checkout technology hitting the stores soon. The RAPTOR (Retail Application Prototype Testing of Operational Robotics) system is a new checkout technology for local grocery stores, super markets and any retail stores that will automatically scan each item robotically, dramatically speeding up the checkout time. The system uses ...

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Taj Mahal Entry Tickets Now Available Online from Dec. 25, 2014

With over 5 million visitors this year compared to 6 million in 2013, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), which safeguards the Taj Mahal, India’s premier marble monument of love, will open online booking for entrance tickets from December 25, 2014, marking the birthday of former BJP PM Atal Behari Vajpayee, who never married. The long-pending demand from Agra hoteliers ...

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