When the Indian government has been able to hold onto its gold reserves for the past six years, it has been using them to pay for important goods like electricity and water.
But now the government has a much larger surplus.
This was evident when the country’s central bank issued its last gold coin.
It had been in circulation for three years and was worth just 1.3 billion rupees.
But the central bank has issued a second coin that is worth 10 times more.
The new coin is called the kryptonite and it was minted by a new company called Goldcoin.
It is designed to help the government get around its gold shortage.
It is expected to be worth 5 to 10 times as much as the gold coin in circulation.
The new coin will also help India reduce its trade deficit with China, which has been growing by a factor of two per cent every month for the last year.
The government has set a target of increasing the current exchange rate to 5 to 7 per cent.
The central bank’s decision has already been met with euphoria in the country.
The country’s stock market is up by almost 20 per cent since the government announced its decision to introduce the coin.
This is due to the new coin, which the government hopes will boost the rupee.
Goldcoin is also planning to create a new currency to be used to pay the government for the water supply, sanitation and power, among other things.
This is not the first time that India has tried to bring gold back to the mainstream.
It was the currency of the Indian colonial rulers who held on to their gold reserves from the colonial era.
India used to have an exchange rate that was pegged to the US dollar.
But in the late 1960s, the US decided to devalue the rupees and devalue gold.
India’s exchange rate collapsed and gold was eventually withdrawn from circulation.
This caused a big slump in the ruis and gold became worthless.
But India has been in the gold camp for a while now.
In the early 2000s, gold became an official reserve currency of India.
It has been an official currency since 2010.
Gold has been a reserve currency since the mid-1960s.
The government kept gold reserves in reserve and used the gold to purchase goods.
The Indian government could buy goods and services from China and other countries at a lower price.
This was also the reason why India’s trade deficit increased.
In 2011, the central banks devalued the ruos.
India lost its trade surplus with China and lost its market share in the world.
The country lost its place in the global economy.
But the government was able to keep its gold holdings.
India has an ageing population.
In 2016, the population of the country stood at 6.1 million.
The population of China stood at 3.4 million.
Gold is one of the most stable forms of money.
The value of gold in the Indian rupee has remained stable over the years.