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1 pound equals how many indian rupees?

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1 British pound = 86.5940983 Indian rupees

It changes every day, but average is always 84-88 inr

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  • Sexy Sam answered 7 years ago
    Hey Jyothi,
    I am honoured to tell you that today's rate of Pound is 86.50 INR.
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  • JanV answered 7 years ago
    1 Sterling Pound = RS.85.45

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    My Maths Textbook
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  • manarshh_jot answered 7 years ago
    value changes everyday. Don't you read newspaper??
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  • M1976 answered 7 years ago
    86
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  • anoop_pattat answered 7 years ago
    approx around 80 . it varies daily
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  • Expression answered 7 years ago
    more than 85 rupees. Depends on that day's exchange rate.
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  • Prof. M answered 7 years ago
    It is a new fashion to have many answers to one question instead of the old practice of one correct answer for many questions. Say Sterling Pound and not british pound. Just by looking the newspaper it can be seen as Rs.86.59 today and tomorrow would probably change the value. Do we have enouch time to ask such questions and wait for the answers today.
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  • | e v e | answered 7 years ago
    wrong category and if you want money conversions, go to the following site. It's useful!

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  • indian_soldier answered 7 years ago
    between 80-90 it changes every day
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  • aravindvaithya answered 7 years ago
    Rs-86
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  • BlessedSoul answered 7 years ago
    One british pound equals around 86.79 indian rupees. Of course, this number keeps changing. In order to get the latest rates, you can go to the Yahoo! Finance link listed below.

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  • sophylakes answered 7 years ago
    wrong category
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