Innovative ways to convert Black money to white, Demonetization bypassed.

About 40 days of demonetization getting over here we come with the best 10 techniques to convert your cleverly acquired black wealth into purely white indeed through these innovative ideas.



1.   Demand Draft (DD):

Demand Draft or cheque is bill issued by the bank to pay a certain sum in favor of specified party or an organization. Demand Draft is most popular and preferred way of payment as the risk of non-clearance or cheque getting bounced is nil, because it is the responsibility of the banker to make the payment to the party.
Follow these steps to convert your Black money to White.
  • You can make DD in favor of any organization up to maximum of Rs. 50,000 (Fifty thousand rupees) via cash (old 1000 and 500 notes).
  • Make Multiple DD in favor of different organization and later cancel your Demand Draft
  • You will get the payment back from the DD issuing bank in the form of new Rs. 2,000 notes after deduction of substantial amount as bank commission.
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2.       Using political parties:

Since political parties can collect donations of Rs. 20,000 or less without having to reveal who donated the money, let alone their income tax PAN number, they will have the easiest time with demonetization. A political party can say it collected this amount of cash in old currency donations before demonetization and demand that it be changed into new currency by 30 December. That also raises the fear that political parties could actually use this method to launder black money of individuals within and without their party.

3.       Using farmers.

Since agricultural income is not taxed, a farmer can easily say he got this much cash from the mandi by selling his produce before demonetisation, and here's the old currency, now please exchange it for new one. In this way, any farmer could help launder money, from old currency notes to new ones, for a cut. An investment advisor told Rediff, "The agricultural income in this country is going to be fabulously high this year, immaterial if the crop is good or poor."

4.       Buying gold. 

Gold prices shot up because many black money hoarders rushed to jewellery shops as soon as prime minister Narendra Modi made the demonetisation announcement on 8 November. Many black money owners made the most of four hours they had and bought gold till midnight. There have also been reports, again, of gold selling in back-dated transactions. Jewellers happily sold gold at a high premium. In some shops the demand was so high there was pandemonium with buyers fighting amongst each other to be able to buy first. The government has asked top jewellers to give details of gold transactions after the demonetization.
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5.       Temple donations.

 There are reports of people giving their black money to temple 'hundis' or donation boxes. Temple managements will show this money as anonymous donations, exchange it for new currency notes, keep a commission for this service, and return most of it to the owner. The government has already clarified that temple hundis will not be asked questions. ABP news showed a sting operation in which the priest of Govardhan temple in Mathura was willing to convert Rs 50 lakh of black money into white for a 20% commission. There have been such reports from different parts of the country.

6.       Back-dated FDs in co-operative banks and credit societies.

Since such institutions still do a lot of their work manually, they are reports they have issued fixed deposit receipts in back date. Owners of black money have reportedly been able to get various FDs in such institutions in names of various villagers in back dates, and will receive new currency notes in due course, after paying a cut to those in whose name they deposited the money. Non-banking financial institutions who accept such deposits are also reportedly acting similarly in helping convert black money into white. Such institutions have long been alleged to be indulging in money laundering. The level of regulation of such institutions differs from state to state.

7.       Using poor people as money mules:

As the poor stand in queues at banks to exchange their currency notes, there are reports of them being used to convert black money into white. This doesn't even need a co-operative bank. Black money are reportedly finding poor people to deposit Rs 2.5 lakh in cash, since the government has said deposits up to that amount won't be questioned. Such people will then ask to withdraw the entire amount soon, keep some to themselves and return most of it. Since this requires trust, black money hoarders are first and foremost using their staff and their relatives.

8.       Giving loans to poor people. 

Funneling money through poor people whose bank transactions will not arouse suspicion, is giving way to many creative enterprises. There are also people willing to give interest free loans to the poor - which may seem like a good impact of demonetization but is actually an effort to convert black money into white and defeat the purpose.

9.       Paying advance salaries.

Businesses having black money have reportedly used old notes of Rs 500 and 1,000 to pay advance salaries for anywhere between the next 3 to 8 months. The idea is to pay each employee less than Rs 2.5 lakh - the limit above which deposits will be examined. In Gujarat, some businesses are reported to have opened salary accounts and deposit advance salaries, keeping their debit cards with company itself. This way they will be able to deposit old currency notes before 30 December and withdraw new ones easily, without attracting the attention of the income tax department.

10.   Booking and cancelling train tickets.

Since old notes are being accepted till 14 November to book train tickets, there has been a surge in booking expensive train tickets that people intend to later cancel and get refunds in new notes, with a small cancellation fee. The number of expensive first AC tickets booked per day have increased by many times. As a result, the railways have said refunds won't be in cash. But since these bookings are being made through travel agents, even refunds through electronic transfers mean the travel agent will be able to return large sums in new currency notes.

Note: These are not the tips to convert the black money to white but are some of the  tactics used by  ill minded anti nationalist to bypass the demonetization.

If you have some more ideas please leave your ideas below, or share or like this on social media. Thanks for reading this article. 

Bank Demand Draft DD charges SBI (2016 - 2017) calculate online

Bank DD (Demand Draft) charges SBI, PNB, ICICI, AXIS, HDFC, CANARA

Demand Draft (DD) or Bankers' cheque is bill issued by the bank to pay a certain sum in favour of specified party or an organisation. Demand Draft is most popular and preferred way of payment as the risk of non-clearance or cheque getting bounced is nil, because it is the responsibility of the banker to make the payment to the party. So, to make the Demand Draft bank has some fees usually known as Demand Draft exchange rates or the bank commission which one has to pay extra in order to make the draft, which varies between different banks.

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We have prepared the (State Bank of India) SBI Demand Draft charges calculator by following their service charge policy mentioned in their official web portal. Link to Demand Draft charges SBI is given below the calculator. Similarly, we have the Demand Draft charges PNB (Punjab National Bank), online DD charges ICICI, DD Remittance calculator online for AXIX Bank, Demand Draft exchange rate CANARA Bank, and HDFC Bank.

Disclaimer: The Online Demand Draft charges calculator for SBI, PNB, and other Indian banks  are prepared according to their service charges policies just for informational purposes, it is recommended to visit bank website to verify the charges as the bank policies keep changing with time.

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    IAS interview questions and answers (Best of 2016 by UPSC)

    The Civil Services Examination conducted annually by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) India is considered the toughest among all the interviews in India and stands third toughest when considered globally. To illustrate some statistics about the level of difficulty the UPSC conducts it's IAS examination. Every year about 2 lakhs aspirants writes the preliminary examination out of which only about 12,000 candidates gets short-listed to write the mains which comprise 6% while 94% gets out of the race in the first round itself. Only 2000 among 12000 aspirants will be invited for the personal interview and about 1000 name will ultimately appear in the final list. So, only 0.5% success and 99.5% failure, what else can be the toughest examination than UPSC Civil Services Examination?

    UPSC interview questions are always tricky and require the presence of mind to answer them.

    UPSC IAS toughest personal interview questions.

    25 toughest UPSC IAS toppers personal interview questions and answers.

    Question 1:

    Interviewer: have a cup of sugarless tea adding a teaspoonful of sugar.

    Candidate: Initially he got bemused and thought for a few seconds, and added a teaspoonful of sugar into the tea cup and stirred well.
    Secondly, he took one more teaspoonful of sugar and ate it to sweeten his mouth.
    After sweetening his mouth, he started drinking the cup of tea which made the tea SUGARLESS.
    As we all know, we feel sugarless to tea/coffee after consuming sweets.


    Question 2:

    Interviewer: You have a choice. Do you want me to ask you one very difficult question or ten very easy questions?

    Candidate: Sir, ask me the difficult question.

    Interviewer: Okay, but still, this question must be bread & butter for you. Find and Pinpoint the Centre of gravity of this table (while pointing towards his workplace table, which had a highly irregular shape).

    Candidate: Sir, it's here (while pointing towards a random point on the table).

    Interviewer: Explain to me, how did you come to that conclusion?

    Candidate: Sir, you said that you will ask only one difficult question!

    Question 3:

    Interviewer: " What if I call your mother PROSTITUTE ? "

    Candidate: The Cool Guy answered with smile on his face " My father is the only one customer..!! He will give a lot of Love in return."

    Question 4:

    Interviewer: There is one scooter It has 2 tyres and one stepni (spare tyre). Each tyre can run 5 km How long a scooter can run?
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    Candidate: 3 tyres, each can run 5 km = total 15 km.
    However, at any time, you need 2 tyres. Hence, the total maximum distance that can be covered = 15/2 = 7.5 km. How to achieve the maximum distance?

    Let the 3 tyres be A, B and C. 
    Run on A and B for 2.5 km (remaining: A = 2.5, B = 2.5, C = 5) 
    Run on B and C for 2.5 km (remaining: A = 2.5, B = 0, C = 2.5) 
    Run on A and C for 2.5 km (remaining: A = 0, B = 0, C = 0) 

    Question 5:

    Interviewer: You are driving along in your car on a wild, stormy night,
    it's raining heavily, when suddenly you pass by a bus stop, and you see three people waiting for a bus:
    1. An old lady who looks as if she is about to die.
    2. An old friend who once saved your life.
    3. The perfect partner you have been dreaming about.
    Which one would you choose to offer a ride to, knowing very well that there could only be one passenger in your car?

    This is a moral/ethical dilemma that was once actually used as part of a job application.
    • You could pick up the old lady, because she is going to die, and thus you should save her first;
    • or you could take the old friend because he once saved your life, and this would be the perfect chance to ! pay him back.
    • However, you may never be able to find your perfect mate again.
    The candidate who was selected had no trouble coming up with his answer. Guess what was his answer?

    Candidate: I would give the car keys to my Old friend and let him take the lady to the hospital. I would stay behind and wait for the bus with the partner of my dreams."


    Question 6:

    Interviewer: Fill this cup with the water. 

    Candidate: Poured some water into a cup and it overflowed slightly.

    Interviewer: "nervous?" asked the interviewer.

    Candidate: "No sir, I always give my 110%".



    Q7. How can you drop a raw egg onto a concrete floor without cracking it?

    Ans. Concrete floors are very hard to crack! 


    Q8. If it took eight men ten hours to build a wall, how long would it take four men to build it?

    Ans. No time at all its already built.

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    Q9. Approximately how many birthdays does the average Japanese woman have?

    Ans. Just one. All the others are anniversaries.


    Q10. If you had three apples and four oranges in one hand and four apples and three oranges on the other hand, what would you have?

    Ans. Very large hands. 


    Q11. How can you lift an elephant with one hand?

    Ans, It is not a problem since you will never find an elephant with one hand.


    Q12. How can a man go eight days without sleep?

    Ans. He sleeps at night.


    Q13. Why is it impossible to send a telegram to Washington today ?

    Ans. Because he is dead.


    Q14. If you throw a blue stone into the red sea what will it become ?

    Ans. It becomes wet. 


    Q15. What often falls but never gets hurt ?

    Ans. Rain


    Q16. What is that no man ever saw which never was but always will be?

    Ans. Tomorrow 


    Q17. What looks like half apple?

    Ans. The other half. 


    Q18. What can you never eat for breakfast?

    Ans. Lunch & Dinner.


    Q19. What gets wet while drying?

    Ans. A towel. 


    Q20. What 3 letters change a girl into a woman ?

    Ans. AGE.


    Q21. What happened when the wheel was invented ?

    Ans. It caused a revolution.


    Q22. How is it easy to weigh a fish?

    Ans. Because it has its own scales.

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    Q23. Why does a bike rest on its leg?

    Ans. Because it is too tired.


    Q24. The Bay of Bengal is in which state?

    Ans liquid (UPSC)


    Q25. Can you name three consecutive days without using the words Wednesday, Friday or Sunday?

    Ans: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.

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    Which Came first? Hen or the Egg. [Solved]

    Chicken and the egg debate ends here

    Everyone must have indulged in this debate at least once which ended in the dilemma stating "which came first - chicken or the egg?" 
    hen or the egg which came first

    Yes, the egg came first.

    In nature, living things evolve through changes in their DNA. Chickens, as a species, became chickens through a long, slow process of evolution. At some point, a chicken-like bird produced an offspring that, due to some mutation in its DNA, crossed the threshold from mere chicken likeness into chicken actuality. That is to say, a proto-chicken gave birth to a real-life official chicken. And since that real-life official chicken came out of its own egg, we can say that the egg came first.

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    Another way to look at the question would be to ask which came first in evolutionary history. Once again, the egg takes precedence. Many characteristics of the modern avian egg - namely an oblong, asymmetrical shape and a hardened shell - were in place before birds diverged from dinosaurs about 150 million years ago. 

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    Chickens evolved from non-chickens through small changes caused by the mixing of male and female DNA or by mutations to the DNA that produced the zygote. These changes and mutations only have an effect at the point where a new zygote is created. That is, two non-chickens mated and the DNA in their new zygote contained the mutation(s) that produced the first true chicken. That one zygote cell divided to produce the first true chicken.

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    Prior to that first true chicken zygote, there were only non-chickens. The zygote cell is the only place where DNA mutations could produce a new animal, and the zygote cell is housed in the chicken's egg. So, the egg must have come first.

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    NIT Sikkim supercomputer PARAM Kanchenjunga, the fastest among all 31 NITs.

    PARAM Kanchenjunga, the fastest Supercomputer of North East India, housed at the National Institute of Technology Sikkim’s campus Ravangla, South Sikkim was formally unveiled by Sikkim Governor Shrinivas Patil at the NIT Sikkim campus, near Gangtok on 15th April 2016. The NIT Sikkim's supercomputer, ‘PARAM Kanchenjunga’ is a collaboration between Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C—DAC) Pune and the Ministry of Communications and IT.

    PARAM Kanchenjunga supercomputer at NIT Sikkim


    What is a supercomputer ?

    A supercomputer is a computer with a high-level computational capacity compared to a general-purpose computer. The performance of a supercomputer is measured in floating-point operations per second (FLOPS) instead of million instructions per second (MIPS).
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    Points to know about NIT Sikkim's supercomputer, The PARAM Kanchenjunga.
    • The NIT Sikkim's supercomputer is named 'Param Kanchenjunga' because the word 'Param' means 'Supreme' comes from Sanskrit language and Kanchenjunga, as many of you would know, is the third highest mountain in the world located in Sikkim. 

    • The PARAM Kanchenjunga supercomputer is equipped with the latest Intel-based processor and accelerator technologies with a peak computing power of 15 Teraflops which will give a major boost to research at all levels. 

    • The PARAM Kanchenjunga supercomputer not only shares the distinct privilege of being the fastest supercomputer in the North East region, but it would also be the fastest supercomputer among all the 31 NITs. 

    • The entire system cost to establish the PARAM Kanchenjunga supercomputer exceeds over Rs. 2 crore while the related infrastructure to house it including electrical and air-conditioning has cost the NIT Sikkim Rs 50 lakh. 

    • Using the PARAM Kanchenjunga supercomputer , two faculty members of NIT Sikkim are already studying how to increase the efficiency of fuel movement through long oil pipelines such as from the Middle East to India. 

    • Another project deals with the measurement of ocean surface temperature for weather forecasting through simulation. 

    • Besides, a few student projects have also started running on the new supercomputer like an app for instant information system regarding road condition for the tourists.
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    Some Interesting must know facts about supercomputers in India


    • Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune, houses the fastest supercomputer of India with the theoretical peak of 790.7 teraflops, called Aaditya, which is used for climate research and operational forecasting.

    • Tianhe-2 or TH-2 established by china is the world's fastest supercomputer with peak computing power of 33.86 petaflops while the second fastest supercomputer TITAN is housed at the U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which achieved 17.59 petaflops.
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    Ever wondered why are School buses always painted yellow?


    Yellow is a color which was especially formulated for use on school buses in North America in 1939. The color is now officially known in Canada and the U.S. as National School Bus Glossy Yellow and was originally called National School Bus Chrome. The pigment used for this color was, for a long time, the lead-containing chrome yellow.


    The color was chosen because it attracts attention and is noticed quickly in peripheral vision, faster than any other color. Scientists describe this as follows: "Lateral peripheral vision for detecting yellows is 1.24 times greater than for red."


    Some facts about yellow cars, trucks and other moving vehicles:


    If there’s fog or any kind of bad weather, drivers will still be able to see yellow cars and any moving vehicle fairly well.



    Not only are school buses yellow, but also many earth-moving, road-building and other outdoor machines are yellow because you could get hurt if you accidentally run into one of them. Many accidents occur in farms and outdoors because the victim saw the moving object too late. If it’s yellow, you have a strong warning!
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    Ever wondered why milk overflows on boiling?

    milk overflows on boiling

    Milk is a pale liquid produced by the mammary glands of mammals which primarily constitutes 
    • Water:   83-87% 
    • Protein: 3.5% 
    • Sugar:   5% and 
    • Fat:       4 - 7.4%.
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    Milk contains tiny globules of fat and casein which are not dissolved but suspended in water. On heating milk, there occurs a separation between fat and the water, fat being lighter than water floats as a cream leaving water below the fat (creamy layer). As the milk start boiling water turns into vapor in the form of steam bubbles, but is trapped under the fatty layer (milk cream). Further heating results in the formation of more bubbles and these bubbles expand and lift the creamy layer causing it to overflow.

    In the case of water, the steam bubbles break as they reach the surface and vapor freely evaporates. 

    This is the reason why milk overflows on boiling while water doesn't.
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    Ever wondered why are the testicles outside the male body?

    Many of you might not have ever wondered why the God or the creator have placed the testicles or the scrotum outside of the male's body, instead of keeping it inside. In fact, I too being a boy had never thought of it, but today when I googled "why a man should wear a boxer?" and read an article, I was amazed to know the scientific reason behind the fact, why the testicles are outside the male body which I would like to share with you here today.


    The testicles (also called testes or gonads) are the male sex glands. They are located behind the penis in a pouch of skin called the scrotum. The testicles produce sperm and testosterone. The testicles are located outside the body because sperm develops best at a temperature several degrees cooler than normal internal body temperature

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    Why should a man prefer a boxer over a brief?

    The study shows that for about one-half of couples with fertility problems, sperm count is the cause. But maybe something as simple as changing the kind of underwear a man wears can make a difference.
      
    As I said earlier, the temperature of the testes is at issue: In order for testes to produce sufficient quality and quantity of sperm, the temperature of testes must be lower than the core body temperature.

    Testes can overheat when a man wears brief underwear. If the testes are too hot -- several degrees above where they should be -- they are not able to produce sufficient sperm, resulting in low sperm count.
    According to a recent study, men who wore boxer shorts during the day and nothing to bed had significantly lower levels of damaged DNA in their sperm compared to those who wore tight underpants during the day and at night.

    To keep testes at optimal temperature:
    1. Don't wear tight pants -- particularly during sports activities. Wear loose clothing, especially if you sit for long periods of time.
    2. Wear boxer shorts at all times. "Of course, they just don't work under tight pants,"
    3. Stay away from saunas and hot tubs.
    Another tip: When you're at home, take off your pants, and stay free.
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