In pictures: Indians cope up with demonetization, queue up outside banks to exchange useless cash

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India scrapped its bigger denomination currency notes this week and began issuing two new notes shortly afterwards. The big reform is the government’s latest attempt to curb corruption in the nation and curtail terrorism activities that often use unreported stash of cash. 

It’s a very bold move and truly holds the potential of making big changes in the nation, the results of which could be before us as soon as coming months. But on the flip side, the transition has already impacted lives of hundreds of millions of people in India.

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Source: Mashable

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