New rules From November 1: The new month (November) will start from tomorrow. In this context, various changes in terms of other sectors, including finance, will come into effect from next month. The full details of these changes are as follows.
- LPG price hike?
The common man is already facing a precarious hike with the rise in petrol and diesel prices. As this trend continues, oil marketing companies are now working to raise cooking gas (LPG price hike) once again.
Usually on the 1st of every month. On the 15th, oil marketing companies adjust gas and ATF (aviation fuel) prices.
According to credible sources, the companies are waiting for government approvals (Cooking Gas price hike). But analysts say the burden could fall on the government if prices do not rise for another year. In this context, there are rumors that there will be a price hike on November 1. The discounted cylinder price is expected to increase by around Rs 100 so far.
- Life Certificate in Video Call ..
SBI Good news for pensioners, including Corona, says public sector banking giant SBI will allow pensioners to submit their life certificates for pension renewal as soon as they arrive at bank branches. You can avail this facility (Live Certificates in Online) through video call. This is a really useful thing for most people. Because .. in the current situation, it would be better if the work is done at home without going out. These changes brought by SBI will come into effect from November 1.
- WhatsApp services are closed on those phones.
WhatsApp, which provides services to users (WhatsApp new Updates) with new updates from time to time, has made another shocking decision. With this decision, services will be discontinued in many models.
WhatsApp says that WhatsApp services will be discontinued from No. 1 on Android phones with an OS older than Android 4.0.3.
WhatsApp will not work after No. 1 even on iOS 9, Coi 2.5.1 version phones. WhatsApp has also made available a list of phones that are currently working with older OSes.
- Bank of Baroda fares start.
The government has recently taken a key decision with the sector giant Bank of Baroda. If you make a cash deposit more than three times a month, a charge of Rs 40 will be levied. Similarly, it has announced that it will charge a fee of Rs 100 for withdrawing cash from an ATM more than three times a month. However, the new rules will come into effect from tomorrow (November 1).
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