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rupee and equivalent
For United States expenditures under subsections ( A ), ( B ), ( D ), ( E ), ( F ), ( H ) through ( R ) of Section 104 of the Act or under any of such subsections, the rupee equivalent of $200 million.
For grant to the Government of India under subsection ( E ) of Section 104 of the Act, the rupee equivalent of not more than $538 million for financing such projects to promote balanced economic development as may from time to time be mutually agreed.
For loan to the Government of India under subsection ( G ) of Section 104 of the Act, the rupee equivalent of not more than $538 million for financing such projects to promote balanced economic development as may be mutually agreed.
In the event the total of rupees accruing to the Government of the United States of America as a consequence of sales made pursuant to this Agreement is different from the rupee equivalent of $1,276 million, the amounts available for the purposes specified in paragraph 1, Article 2, will be adjusted proportionately.
The Government of India will provide facilities for the conversions of the rupee equivalent of $4 million ( up to a maximum of $1 million per year ) accruing under the subject agreement for agricultural market development purposes into currencies other than United States dollars on request of the Government of the United States of America.
This remained the system of currency even though the riyal was subsequently debased to a coin equivalent in silver content to the Indian rupee in 1935.
Until the 1950s in India and Pakistan ( and before 1947 in British India ), the paisa was equivalent to 3 pies, ¼ of an anna, or of a rupee.
The mummy had been put up for sale in the black antiquities market for 600 million rupee, the equivalent of $ 11 million.
The silver kyat was equivalent to the Indian rupee, which replaced the kyat after Burma was conquered by the British.
It was issued by the Government of India and the Reserve Bank of India and was equivalent to the Indian rupee.
The issue of special notes will not involve any additional liability because they replace notes already in circulation, while future issues will not involve any uncovered liability as each rupee will be issued only against equivalent receipt in sterling.

rupee and million
The statue, which cost approximately 24 million Indian rupee | rupees, is made of 1550 cubic metres of concrete, 250 tonnes of steel bars and 300 litres of gold paint brought in from neighbouring Thailand.
At the end of 6 years of rule, he took 2 crore ( 20 million ) of rupee worth of property, and appointed his younger brother Jabbar Khan as the governor.

rupee and more
140 " ( for more than one rupee ).
The 10 rupee piece was discontinued and withdrawn from circulation due to lack of demand in competing with the more popular notes.
The British tola of 180 troy grains ( from 1833 ) can be seen as more of a standardisation than a redefinition: the previous standard in the Bengal Presidency, the system of " sicca weights ", was the mass of one Murshidabad rupee, 179. 666 troy grains.
Nehru demurred, saying that India's Planning Commission statistics showed that the daily average income was more like 15 annas ( a little under a rupee ) per day.

rupee and than
For something less than a rupee a day a man can feed himself sumptuously in San Francisco, even though he be a bankrupt.
The modern rupee is subdivided into 100 paise ( singular paisa ), although this division is now theoretical ; as of 30 June 2011, coin denominations of less than 50 paise ceased to be legal tender.
For something less than a rupee a day a man can feed himself sumptuously in San Francisco, even though he be a bankrupt.
The very first rupee (; rupayā ), minted by Sher Shah Suri ( 1540 – 45 ), had a mass of 178 troy grains, or about 1 % less than the British tola.
This coin was smaller and lighter than the older rupee and was also made of stainless steel.
He had written a pamphlet, " 25000 Rupees a Day ", the amount spent on Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, an obscene sum in a country where the vast majority lived on 3 annas ( less than one-quarter of a rupee ) a day.

rupee and 5
File: Silver_rupee_coin_of_Shah_Jahan. jpg | Silver rupee ( 5 )
On 5 March 2009, the Indian government announced a contest to create a sign for the Indian rupee.
Standard issue notes began to be issued in 1918, with notes for 50 cents and 1 rupee, followed by 5, 10 and 50 rupees in 1928.
20 and 100 rupees notes were first introduced in 1968, whilst the 5 rupee note was replaced by a coin in 1972.
In 1932, silver 20 and 50 paisa and 1 rupee coins were introduced, followed by copper 1, 2 and 5 paisa between 1933 and 1935.
In 1953, a new coinage was introduced consisting of brass 1, 2 and 4 paisa, bronze 5 and 10 paisa, and cupro-nickel 20, 25 and 50 paisa and 1 rupee.
Rupee coins are available in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 100 and 1000 ; of these, the 100 and 1000 coins are for commemorative purposes only ; the only other rupee coin has a nominal value of 50 paise, since lower denominations have been officially withdrawn.
Rupee coins in denominations of 1, 2, 5 and 10 with the new rupee symbol have been put into circulation.
|| 10 || 27 mm || 5. 62 g || Cupro-Nickel || Circular || Emblem of India and year of minting || Value with outward radiating pattern, new rupee sign || 2011 ||-|
Coins issued were aluminium 1 and 2 cents, nickel brass 5 and 10 cents and cupro-nickel 25 and 50 cents and 1 rupee.
Red-faced Malkoha appears in a 5 rupee Sri Lankan postal stamp,
This coinage consisted of copper-plated-steel 1 and 5 cents ( the 5 cents was substantially reduced in size ), nickel-plated-steel 20 cents and ½ rupee, and cupro-nickel 1 and 5 rupees.
1 rupee coins were reintroduced in 1979, followed by 2 rupees in 1998 and 5 rupees in 2002.
Yellow-fronted Barbet appears in a 5 rupee Sri Lankan postal stamp,
* Sri Lanka issued a 5 rupee stamp for Child ’ s broadcasting day 2007 showing the contestants at the starting line
* For Mauritius he designed the reverse for the 1 cent, 2 cents, 5 cents, and 10 cents for 1937 to 1978, and the 1 / 4, 1 / 2, and 1 rupee of 1942 – 1978.
The denominations in circulation were 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50 ( naya ) paise and one rupee which remained as the same pre-decimal value.
A ¼-½-1 series (... 0. 1 0. 25 0. 5 1 2. 5 5 10 ...) is used by currencies derived from the former Dutch gulden ( Aruban florin, Netherlands Antillean gulden, Surinamese dollar ), some Middle Eastern currencies ( Iraqi and Jordanian dinars, Lebanese pound, Syrian pound ), and the Seychellois rupee.
Notes were issued in denominations of 1 rupee by the Indian government and 5, 10 and 100 rupees by the Reserve Bank of India.
While the 1 rupee and 10 rupee notes were printed in red, the 5 rupee notes were printed in orange and the 100 rupee notes were printed in green.

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