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Videos and Images
RegionGujarat, Ahmdebad, Mumbai
CategoriesPhrases & Expressions
Terms referencing thisMaruti car
Most locals resent the term used widely and popularized by the national press.
"Life was disrupted again today in parts of Srinagar as stone pelters and other protestors were on the streets in response to the heavy presence of security forces".
CategoriesGovernment and Politics
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Ok, now that I've vented. Stamp paper is a legal document that you can buy from designated government outlets like the GPO (General Post Office) or a particular branch of Mysore Bank and no other. It lends a certain trusted officiousness to the document in question and will subsequently be notarised, say in the basement of the high court. Now that the government has 50 rupees (or 20, or 100, or 500) from you for the stamp paper, and the public notary has anywhere from 20 to 200 rupees from you depending on how much you were foolish enough to pay, your document has the national seal of approval and will stand its ground in the eyes of any party interested enough to read it.
No one usually does. At the most, the top part of the document will be glanced at to verify that the "stamp" of the stamp paper is present. Then the entire stack will be filed away somewhere never to see light of day again.
Simon: Please ask me that question on 20 rupee stamp paper.