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Changes: From November 1, 7 rules will be changed from delivery of LPG cylinders to interest rates of SBI, extra charge will have to be paid on deposit in bank.

Changes: From November 1, 7 rules will be changed from delivery of LPG cylinders to interest rates of SBI, extra charge will have to be paid on deposit in bank.

Changes: From November 1, 7 rules will be changed from delivery of LPG cylinders to interest rates of SBI, extra charge will have to be paid on deposit in bank.

From Sunday, November 1, other changes are going to take place, from the cooking gas cylinder to the train timetable.

The SBI interest rate will be reduced from 0.25% to 3.25%

Many new rules are going to be implemented across the country from November 1. It will directly affect your pocket and life, so you need to know these rules in advance. November 1, i.e. from this Sunday, many changes are going to take place, from the LPG cylinder to the train timetable. So let's learn about these new rules ...

1. The rule of LPG delivery will change
The delivery rule for LPG cylinders will change from 1 November. Oil companies will implement the Delivery Authentication Code (DAC) system from November 1, i.e. an OTP will be sent to the customer's registered mobile number before taking delivery of gas. When the cylinder arrives at your home it will have to be shared with the OTP Delivery Boy and will match the OTP system so the cylinder will be delivered immediately.

2. Inden Gas changed the booking number
If you are using an inden gas-cylinder, you will no longer be able to book gas from the old number. Inden has sent a new number to its LPG customers to book gas on their registered mobile number. Now Indian gas consumers across the country have to call or SMS to 7718955555 to book LPG cylinders.

3. The price of the gas-cylinder will change
State oil companies fix the price of LPG cylinders on the first day of every month. Prices may also rise and relief may be available. In such a situation, the price of a cylinder may change on November 1. Oil companies raised the price of commercial cylinders in October.

Changes: From November 1, 7 rules will be changed from delivery of LPG cylinders to interest rates of SBI, extra charge will have to be paid on deposit in bank.

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4. The timetable of the train will change
This is important news for those who travel by train. From November 1, Indian Railways is going to change the timetable of trains across the country. A new timetable for trains will be released from November 1. The move will change the timings of 13,000 passenger and 7,000 freight trains. The timetable of 30 Rajdhani trains of the country will also be changed from November 1 and the Tejas Express will run between Chandigarh and New Delhi and will run every Wednesday from November 1.

5. SBI Savings Account will earn less interest
From November 1, some important rules of SBI will be changed. SBI's savings account will earn less interest. From November 1, the interest rate on deposits of up to Rs 1 lakh in a savings bank account will be reduced from 0.25% to 3.25%, while deposits above Rs 1 lakh will now earn interest at the repo rate.

6. Extra charge has to be paid on deposit in BOB
From November 1, Bank of Baroda (BOB) will charge separately for banking beyond the prescribed limit. From this day onwards, customers will have to pay Rs 150 as many times as they withdraw money for a loan account after three times a month. As far as savings accounts are concerned, account holders will be able to deposit money for free up to three times, but if customers deposit money for the fourth time, they will have to pay an extra charge of Rs 40. No fee will be charged on their submission. However, they will have to pay a charge of Rs 100 on withdrawals.

7. MSP scheme will be implemented in Kerala
The Kerala government has fixed the base price of vegetables. With this, Kerala has become the first state in the country to fix the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for vegetables. This minimum or base price of vegetables will be 20% more than the cost of production. State Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said the scheme would be implemented from November 1.


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