Provision of access to financial services to low-income households and small businesses has been a long-standing goal of Government Of India. The setting up of India Post Payments Bank will translate into more than three lakh Postmen and Gramin Dak Sewaks providing assisted banking at doorsteps in rural, urban and remote areas. IPPB is a seminal part of an objective to promote financial inclusion of the weakest and least accessed segments of the country.
India Post issued a Rupees Five denomination stamp on 30 Jan 2019. The stamps have been printed by Wet offset process at Security Printing Press Hyderabad. The Print quantity is 5.0 Lakhs (500,000). A FDC is listed.
Revenue stamps have been issued by Bhutan in 1954, 1966/67 and 1996.
1954 – Four Revenue stamps in Tibetan Currency – 1 Trangka Blue, 2 Trangka Red, 4 Trangka, Green and 8 Trangka, Orange. These stamps were also made valid for Postage as on 01 Jan 1955/28 Sep 1955 until the introduction of postage stamps in 1962, but appear to have been used till 1964 /1988. A 1 Trangka stamp surcharged with Indian currency 10np is talked about but it seems to be a fake.
1966/67 – Two revenue stamps in Bhutan Currency 10 Chetrum (red colour), 25 Chetrum (Jade Colour). In 1967 another three revenue stamps in 20 Chetrum, 1 Nu & 5 Nu. All of them were printed at Indian Security Press Nashik(then Nasik). In the early 1970s, the 10 Ch stamp was surcharged officially in Purple to 15 Ch.
1996 – on 12 Jan 1996, The Ministry of Finance issued the following stamps
Revenue stamp – 1 Nu -Red Colour.
Three Non-Judicial Stamps – 10 Nu Brown, 100 Nu Purple, 500 Nu Pink.
Four Judicial Stamps – 5 Nu Green, 20 Nu Blue,50 Nu Orange, 100 Nu Yellow.
Post 1996 – Two Revenue/Judicial/Non- Judicial stamps are being listed which have been Printed by Cartor Security Printing France possibly post 1996. 10 Nu in Green and 5 Nu in Red. Any other details are welcome from anybody.
Coins of The Independent Sultans of Bengal -Stamps on Coins -Bangladesh 2011
Bangladesh issued a Souvenir sheet on 21 July 2011 featuring Coins of the Independent Sultans of Bengal. All stamps are in denomination of 10 Takas.
Silver Tanka from reign of Fakir Al-Din Mubarak (East Bengal) -1334 -1349.The only mint name on coin is Sunargaon.
Silver Tanka from the reign of Shams Al -Din Ilyas (1342-1357) – The silver coins of Firuzabad are very common.The coins were struck in mints at Firuzabad , Satgaon, Sunargaon , and a new mint Shahr-Nau (New City).
Silver Tankas from the reign of Ghiyath Al-Din A’zam (1389-1410)- The silver coins were struck at Jamnatabad,Mu’azzamabad and Satgaon. A rare issue from Arsah Stagaon is said to exist.
Silver tankas from the reign of Jalal Al -Din Muhammad (1415-1432).