With the end of October, several departments will change their rules, and the modifications are expected to affect a commoner’s daily pocket. Therefore, all need to know about updated LPG cylinder prices, Banks charges, and railway timetable rules.
All the Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders consumers should be aware that certain new rules are setting off from November 1. All the customers will have to provide an OTP to get LPG cylinders delivered to their respective homes. The change is a part of the new Delivery Authentication Code (DAC).
Based on the crude prices in the global exchanges, the costs of LPG are updated each first day of the month. So, customers can expect another increase in cooking gas cylinders costs from November 1.
From November 1, the Bank of Baroda (BOB) will change its charges for deposits and withdrawal of money. These changes in the charges will be made beyond a certain limit.
Both the savings and salaried account holders will be undergoing new charges. Furthermore, the Bank of India, Punjab National Bank (PNB), Axis, and Central Bank will reflect on the matter shortly.
From November 1, Indian Railways will further propose some changes to the timetable of trains across India. As per 13,000 passenger trains, and 7,000 goods trains will be part of this transformation. The timings of 30 Rajdhani trains running in India will similarly be changed.