From November 1, that is, many changes are going to happen in your life from tomorrow. Everything from LPG cylinders to trains' time tables is about to change. We are going to tell you all these changes in a sequential manner here. So that you can prepare yourself for these changes. 1.
From November 1, that is, many changes are going to happen in your life from tomorrow. Everything from LPG cylinders to trains' time tables is about to change. We are going to tell you all these changes in a sequential manner here. So that you can prepare yourself for these changes.
1. LPG Delivery System Will Change
The system of delivery of LPG cylinders will change from tomorrow. Oil companies will implement the Delivery Authentication Code (DAC) system from November 1. That is, an OTP will be sent to the consumer's registered mobile number before delivery of gas. When the cylinder arrives at your home, that OTP will have to be shared with the delivery boy. When the OTP system matches, only then will you deliver the cylinder.
If the mobile number of a customer is not updated, then the delivery boy will have an app through which he will be able to update his number immediately. If the information such as the address, name of a customer is not updated, then they will also have to update all these things before November 1, otherwise cylinder delivery can be a problem.
In fact, to prevent gas theft, oil companies have changed the entire system of delivery. This system will first be implemented in 100 smart cities, then gradually it will be implemented across the country. This system is only for delivery of domestic gas cylinders, this system will not be applicable on commercial LPG cylinders.
2. Indane gas booking number will change
Starting tomorrow, the number of booking gas for Indane customers will change. Indian Oil told that earlier there were different mobile numbers for different circles of the country for booking LPG. Now the country's largest petroleum company has issued a single number for all circles, now customers from all over the country will have to call or SMS 7718955555 to book LPG cylinders.
3. Withdraw money, deposit will be charged
Bank of Baroda (BoB) is bad news for account holders. From tomorrow, the Bank of Baroda will charge customers both for depositing and withdrawing more than a fixed limit. Bank of Baroda has fixed different charges of deposit withdrawal from current account, cash credit limit and overdraft account and deposit withdrawal from savings account. After three times in a month, you will have to pay 150 rupees every time for a loan account. It will be free to deposit up to three times in the savings account, but after this, if deposited for the fourth time, you will have to pay 40 rupees.
However, Jan Dhan account holders have been given a small relief in this fee. They will not have to pay any charge on the deposit, but will have to pay 100 rupees for withdrawing money. Senior citizens are also not given any relief from the charge.
The remaining banks like Bank of India, PNB, Axis and Central Bank will also soon decide on levying such charges.
4. Low interest on SBI Savings Accounts
Some important rules of State Bank of India (SBI) are also going to change from tomorrow. SBI savings accounts will get less interest. Now from November 1, the rate of interest on savings bank account which is deposited up to 1 lakh rupees will be reduced by 0.25 percent to 3.25 percent. Whereas, on deposits of more than 1 lakh rupees, now interest will be available according to the repo rate.
5. No charge on digital payment
From November 1, ie from tomorrow, it will be mandatory for traders with turnover above fifty crore rupees to take digital payment. This RBI rule will also come into effect from November 1. According to the new arrangement, no fee or merchant discount rate (MDR) will be charged for digital payment from customers or merchants. This rule will only apply to the turnover of more than Rs 50 crore.
6. Bank's time table will change in Maharashtra
The new time of banks is going to be implemented in Maharashtra from November 1. Now all the banks of the state will open at the same time and will be closed at the same time. In Maharashtra, all banks will be closed from 9 am to 4 pm. This rule will be applicable to all public sector banks. Recently, the Finance Ministry had directed to make the working time of banks in the country the same. This rule is being implemented only after that.
7. Railways will change trains' time table
If you are going to travel by train, then there is important news for you. Since tomorrow, Indian Railways is going to change the time table of trains across the country. Earlier, the time table of trains was going to change from October 1, but this date was extended further. A new time table of trains will be released from 1 November. With this step, the timings of 13 thousand passengers and 7 thousand freight trains will be changed. The time tables of 30 Rajdhani trains of the country will also change from tomorrow.
8. Tejas Express will run between Chandigarh to New Delhi
Tejas Express will run between Chandigarh and New Delhi, except tomorrow from Wednesday. Train number 22425 New Delhi-Chandigarh Tejas Express will run from New Delhi Railway Station at 9.40 am on every Tuesday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Sunday and reach Chandigarh Railway Station at 12.40 pm. That means you will reach Chandigarh in 3 hours.