By Vansh Sangwan - December 1, 2022
New Delhi11 minutes ago
Today, i.e. from December 1, many changes have taken place across the country. Now you have to pay more money to buy Hero vehicles. Hero MotoCorp has increased the price of vehicles by up to Rs 1,500. Apart from this, PNB has changed the rules for withdrawing money from ATM. We are telling you about 5 such changes from today, which will affect you too.
1. Hero’s vehicles became expensive
Buying a Hero MotoCorp vehicle has become expensive. The company has increased the prices of the two-wheeler by up to Rs 1,500 from December 1. Due to this, other vehicles including Hero Deluxe, Splendor and Passion have become expensive. The price of all vehicles has been increased separately.
Earlier, Hero MotoCorp had increased the prices of vehicles in the month of September this year as well. Till date, the company had increased the ex-showroom price of all two-wheeler models by Rs 1000 to Rs 3000.
2. Rules in lieu of withdrawing money from PNB ATM
Punjab National Bank (PNB) has changed the process of withdrawing money from ATMs. Now after inserting the card in the machine, One Time Password (OTP) will be received on your registered mobile number. Which you have to enter on the screen of the ATM. Only after that the cash will come out.
3. Rashtrapati Bhavan will open 5 days a week
Now Rashtrapati Bhavan will be open for common people 5 days a week. Common people can come to visit the President on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Five times have been fixed every day for the people, at which people can visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan. These timings will be from 10 am to 11 am, 11 am to 12 pm, 12 pm to 1 pm and 2 pm to 3 pm.
Apart from Rashtrapati Bhavan, the Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum complex will also be open for the common people for 6 days (Tuesday to Sunday). People can also watch the Change of Guard ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan every Saturday from 8 am to 9 am.
People can book their slots online at http://rashtrapatisachivalaya.gov.in/rbtour.
Five times have been fixed every day for the people, at which people can visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan
4. Admission process of private schools of Delhi started
The process of admission to nursery and first class will start in Delhi’s private schools from December 1. The Directorate of Education has released the program for the seats for the academic session 2023-24 in Delhi. Application forms will be available in Delhi from December 1. The last date for application is December 23 and the first list of selected candidates will be released on January 20. Whereas, the second list will be released on 6 February. And the admission process will continue till March 17, 2023.
5. IPPB Revises Aadhaar Enabled Payment System Transaction Charges
India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) has revised the Aadhaar Enabled Payment System (AePS) transaction charges. Under this, customers will have to pay a charge for doing more than 1 transaction. This includes withdrawing money, depositing or taking a mini statement from the post office through Aadhaar.
As per IPPB’s circular, 1 transaction (AePS cash deposit, withdrawal and mini statement) is free on non-IPPB network (issuer-transaction) in a month. After this, Rs 20 and GST will have to be paid per transaction. This includes cash withdrawal, deposit or mini statement through Aadhaar. Exceeding the free limit for AePS mini statement will attract a charge of Rs 5 per transaction plus GST.
No change in the price of gas cylinder
No reduction has been made in the price of 14.2 kg domestic gas cylinder this time also. Domestic gas cylinder is available for Rs 1053 in Delhi, Rs 1079 in Kolkata, Rs 1052.50 in Mumbai and Rs 1068.50 in Chennai. At the same time, commercial cylinders were getting cheaper for six consecutive times, but this time there has been no change in the rate of this 19 kg blue cylinder.
No change in the price of petrol and diesel
Oil prices in the country have been stable for the last about 6 months. Although petrol became cheaper by Rs 5 per liter in Maharashtra and diesel by Rs 3 per liter in July, but in other states the prices remained the same.