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LPG cylinder prices to Railway timetable, big changes from November 1; Read to know

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From November 1, 2021, Several rules are changing from LPG cylinder delivery to the new railway timetable. 

While some of these changes will affect the common people, others will give them a chance to earn money.

These changes will have a significant effect on the common man’s pocket and thus one should know it all in detail to avoid any inconvenience in day-to-day life.

LPG cylinder delivery system

From november 1, those who have been getting (LPG) cylinder home-delivered till now, they will have to furnish a one-time password (OTP)  for delivery of LPG cylinders at their homes. 

The change comes as part of the new Delivery Authentication Code (DAC).

Banks to charge on deposits and withdrawals

Fom November 1, Bank of Baroda (BOB) will  charge for deposit and withdrawal of money beyond its new prescribed limit. The new charges would apply to both savings and salaried account holders. 

Bank of India, PNB, Axis and Central Bank can also take a decision in this matter. 

Price of LPG cylinder expected to increase

Customers can witness another rise in their cooking gas cylinders from next month.The news agency PTI said that under-recovery on the fuel widened to over ₹100 per cylinder. 

However, PTI reported that the increase depends on the permission from the government, 

Changes in Railway time table


Indian Railways is going to make changes in the time table of trains across the country.

The new timings will begin from November 1. According to reports, 13 thousand passenger trains and 7 thousand goods trains have been included in this change. 

Apart from this, the timings of about 30 Rajdhani trains running in the country will also be changed. The Indian Railways will run special trains on the occasion of Diwali, Chhath and other festivals in the November month. 

Whatsapp to stop support for some Android and iOS users

WhatsApp has shared the list of smartphones which use old software – both Android and iOS – and won’t be able to use the messaging platform from November 1. 

The users who have not updated their operating systems have been asked to do so before that date.

Good news for pension holders

The State Bank of India (SBI) is launching a new service from November 1. 

Under which, they won’t have to visit a bank branch to submit a life certificate. Under this facility the pensioners will be able to do so via a video call.


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