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News18 Daybreak: One Year Of Demonetisation

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Adrija Bose | News18.com

Updated:November 14, 2017, 6:27 PM IST
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News18 Daybreak: One Year Of Demonetisation
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Remember that heartbreaking photograph of a man who broke down when he lost his spot in the queue of a bank after waiting for days? Nothing has changed for the 79-year-old Army veteran a year after demonetisation. This is what his life is like. 

A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi met DMK chief Karunanidhi in Chennai, the party decided to cancel its protest against demonetisation. Just a random act or shall we read more into this?

A public health emergency was declared in New Delhi as a choking blanket of smog descended on the world's most polluted capital city. Primary schools in the state will be shut for the day. We had a live blog on what happened after the city woke up to a 'severe' air quality. In case you missed it, we got your back. 

What happens when a T-20 match is reduced to a gully-cricket-like 8-overs-a-side clash and it rains heavily? Well, India wins.  Thanks to the Indian bowlers who held on to their nerves in a rain-curtailed decider as the hosts edged out a spirited New Zealand side by 6 runs to clinch the T20 international series 2-1.

Watch out for:

It's been a year since the Narendra Modi led government announced demonetisation. The government is going to observe 'anti-black money' day today--  sending its key ministers and leaders across the country to brief on the achievements of demonetisation, several protests have been organised by the opposition leaders. Watch out for a lot of political drama today. Follow #1YearOfDemo on our social channels for all updates and live coverage.



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