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Canara Bank holds coin mela

Canara Bank, Regional Office, Goa organized a Coin Mela at Panaji main branch recently. Dr. S Rajagopal, Regional Director for Maharashtra and Goa, RBI and S. T. Kannan, General Manager incharge, RBI, Panaji, inaugurated the coin mela and handed over the coins to the customers and general public.

Story: the goan | network | 12th October 2017, 07:05 Hrs

PANAJI
 Carey Mascarenhas & Cassian Gomes, officials from RBI, Panaji, V R Khusro, General Manager from NABARD and Mangurish Pai Raikar, Chairman, National Council for MSME and member of ASSOCOM were present on the occasion.
B. Yogish Acharya, Deputy General Manager and Regional Head, welcomed the gathering and explained the need and purpose of holding such melas. He informed the gathering that Rs.10 coin continues to be the legal tender and all should accept them without any fear. He also requested the gathering not to fall prey for phishing calls/emails from fraudsters.

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