Paisa


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Paisa

A generic term for a subdivision of several currencies. The Indian rupee, the Pakistani rupee and the Nepalese rupee are all divided into 100 paisa.
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On Friday, the domestic unit plummeted by 18 paisa to end at 73.76.
RCom's close competitor Tata Teleservices charges one paisa per word, for up to 15 characters.
The SBP further reported that in interbank the price of Euro decreased by 32 paisa and was traded at Rs 174.42 as compared with last closing at Rs 174.74.
The SBP further reported that in interbank the price of Euro decreased by 64 paisa and was traded at Rs 177.02 as compared with last closing at Rs 177.66.
It is pertinent to mention here that the CPPA had requested to increase electricity tariff by 6 paisa per unit.
The SBP further reported that in interbank, the price of Euro decreased by 54 paisa and traded at Rs 178.55 as compared to last closing of Rs 179.09.
The SBP reported that in interbank the price of Euro increased by 48 paisa after which it was traded at Rs158.12 as compared to the last closing at Rs157.64.
On the other hand, the ex-depot petrol price was set at Rs90.38 per litre, down by 59 paisa. The price of kerosene oil was reduced to Rs82.25 per litre, down 73 paisa.
Summary: New Delhi [India], May 30 (ANI): Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for one paisa drop in fuel prices.
ISLAMABAD -- Wapda ex-distribution companies on Thursday were directed by National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) to return 62 paisa per unit to consumers for overcharging Rs6.5 billion in April.
Warid Telecom and Bank Alfalah Limited have announced the launch of their marketing campaign for Branchless Banking Services under the brand name "Mobile Paisa" in Pakistan.
During the month of May, the rupee maintained strength vis-a-vis US dollar as it gained 17 paisa in interbank market (buying) and 7 paisa in kerb (buying denoting a rise of 0.3 per cent and 0.1 per cent respectively.