These 8 rules connected with your life will change from November 1, get ready

These 8 rules connected with your life will change from November 1, get ready



There are going to be a lot of changes in your life from November 1st. Everything from cooking gas cylinders to train timetables is about to change. We'll show you all of those changes here in turn.

There are going to be a lot of changes in your life from November 1st. Everything from cooking gas cylinders to train timetables is about to change. We'll show you all of those changes here in turn. So you can prepare yourself for these changes. So you can prepare yourself for this change.


1. The LPG delivery system will change

From November 1, the system of delivery of LPG cylinders will be changed. Oil companies will implement the Delivery Authentication Code (DAC) system from November one. That means an OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number to the customer before delivery of the gas. When the cylinder arrives at your home, you must share the OTP with the delivery boys. You will be delivered a cylinder when it matches the OTP system.

If a customer's mobile number is not updated, Delivery Boy will have an app through which you can update your number immediately. If information such as a customer's address, name is not updated, he also does not have to update all these items before November 1, otherwise there may be a problem in cylinder delivery.

This delivery system has been changed to prevent gas theft. The system will first be implemented in 6 100 smart cities, then gradually across the country. This system does not apply to commercial LPG cylinders.


2. Indane gas booking number will change

From November 1, the number of gas bookings for Indian customers will change. Indian Oil said earlier there are different mobile numbers for different circles of the country for cooking gas booking. Now the country's largest petroleum company has also announced the same number for all circles, now customers across the country have to send a call or SMS to 7718955555 to book an LPG cylinder.

3. Charges will be levied on withdrawals and deposits

Bad news for Bank of Baroda (BoB) account holders. From November 1, Bank of Baroda will charge customers both for depositing and withdrawing more than a certain limit. Bank of Baroda has fixed the charges for separate withdrawal of deposit from current account, cash credit limit and overdraft account and deposit withdrawal charges from savings account. For a loan account, you will have to pay a charge of Rs 150 each time you withdraw money three times a month. Deposits up to three times in a savings account will be free. But then you have to pay Rs 40 on the fourth deposit. Other banks like Bank of India, PNB, Axis and Central Bank will also decide to levy similar charges soon.

4. SBI Savings Account will earn less interest

From November 1, some important changes are going to take place in SBI. SBI's bank account will earn less interest. From November 1, interest rates on savings bank accounts up to Rs 1 lakh will be reduced by 0.25 per cent to 3.25 per cent. Deposits above Rs 1 lakh will now earn interest at the repo rate.

5. No charge on digital payment

From November 1, it will be mandatory for businessmen with a turnover of more than Rs 50 crore to take digital payments. The RBI's rule will also come into effect from November 1. Under the new system, the customer or merchant will not be able to charge any charges or merchant discount rate (MDR) for digital payment. This rule will only apply to borrowers with a turnover of more than Rs 50 crore.

6 The timetable of the bank in Maharashtra will change

The new timetable will be implemented in banks in Maharashtra from November 1. Now all the banks in the state will open at the same time and close at the same time. All banks in Maharashtra will open at 9 am and close at 4 pm. This rule will apply to all public sector banks.

7. Railways will change the time table of trains

There is essential news for those traveling by train. From November 1, Indian Railways is going to change the timetable of trains across the country. Earlier, the timetable of trains was to be changed from October 1, but this date was extended. The new timetable of trains will be announced from November 1. The timetable of the country's 30 Rajdhani trains will also change from November 1.


8. Tejas Express will run between Chandigarh and New Delhi

The Tejas Express will run between Chandigarh and New Delhi from Wednesday, November 1. Train No. 22425 New Delhi-Chandigarh Tejas Express will run from New Delhi Railway Station every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday at 9.40 am and reach Chandigarh Railway Station at 12.40 pm. That means you will reach Chandigarh in 3 hours.

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