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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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Exchange rate of UAE Dirham lost 06 paisas and traded at Rs 42.64 against Rs 42.70 whereas Saudi Rayal also decreased by 06 paisa to Rs 41.76 compared to the last trading of Rs 41.82.
Exchange rates of UAE dirham and Saudi riyal increased by 13 paisas each, after which they were traded at Rs38.32 and Rs37.53 against Rs38.19 and Rs37.40, respectively.
Moreover, he said, the international oil prices were published and charged in respective currency along with fractions (cents/pennies) while exchange rate was also published in rupee with paisas.
Rupee shed 70 paisas against dollar in the open market.
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.
AJPAS: In the material I was sent from Bankie Forster Bankie, the founding director of the Pan-African Institute for the Study of African Society (PAISAS), you are the chairperson of PAISAS the founder of its founding Board of Trustees, in addition to being the former Prime Minister of Namibia.
It is feared that other operators will follow Mobilink and will increase balance inquiry charges from 12 paisas to 18 paisas per inquiry.
The exchange rate of Japanese yen remained stable at Rs 1.47 compared, whereas the decrease of 49 paisas was witnessed in exchange rate of British Pound which was traded at Rs 191.08 compared to last closing of Rs 191.57.
Exchange rate of UAE Dirham lost 10 paisa and traded at Rs42.70 against Rs42.80 whereas Saudi Rayal also decreased by 10 paisa to Rs41.82 compared to the last trading of Rs 41.92.
The rupee had gained over 50 paisas in the week owing to lesser demand and inflows from friendly countries, which lifted market sentiments.
Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA) had requested for enhancing power tariff by paisas 63 per unit for one month.
It started the day's trading at Rs 84.90 for buying, increased by 30 paisas and closed at Rs 85.20 for buying and Rs 85.70 for selling.