How India manages its vast banknote circulation

Disaster has been defined as "anything ruinous or distressing that befalls" or "a sudden or great misfortune, or a mishap, or a calamity."1 For Chanakya, a great Indian economist-cum-strategist, writing in the 3rd century BC: "A calamity of a constituent, of a divine or human origin, springs from ill luck or wrong policy."2 A calamity can happen due to ill luck, such as natural calamities like earthquake, forest fire, flood, tsunami and so on. These can be predicted, but cannot be controlled or

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