Indian school children make a formation resembling the new symbol of Indian rupee at a school in Chennai.
epa02250259 Indian school children make a formation resembling the new symbol of the Indian rupee at a school in Chennai, India, 16 July 2010. According to media reports, the Indian government on 15 July unveiled a new symbol for the rupee in a move described as an indication of the country's economic emergence on the global scene. The representation incorporates elements of the Devnagari character Ra and the Latin letter R, with two horizontal lines. EPA/STR
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