February 16, 2014

Passengers flying into India have to declare over Rs 10,000

Declare Indian Currency exceeding Rs 10,000  


India RupeePassengers flying into India will have to declare Indian currency exceeding Rs 10,000 being brought by them, according to new customs rules which will be implemented from next month.
Besides, they will also be asked to declare number of baggage, including hand baggage, while entering into India, said the new rules notified by the finance ministry. 
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