Hindi NewsBusinessRules Change From 1st May 2023; PNB Bank ATM Transaction | Tata Motors Car Price Hike
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May 1 means from today many things related to your everyday life have changed. From today, Punjab National Bank has changed the rules of ATM transactions. Buying Tata vehicles is going to be expensive. We are telling you about 5 major changes that happened from May 1.
Buying Tata vehicles is expensive
Tata Motors has increased the prices of its Passenger Vehicles (PV). The company has increased the prices of all its variants and models by an average of 0.6%. This is the second time in 2023 that Tata Motors has increased prices. Earlier, due to rising input cost, the price of vehicles was increased by 1.2% in January.
Changes in ATM transaction rules
Punjab National Bank has changed the rules related to ATM transactions. According to this, while withdrawing money from ATM, if the transaction fails due to insufficient balance in your account, you will have to pay a charge. 10 rupees along with GST will be recovered from the bank as a charge.
KYC mandatory for investing in mutual funds
Market regulatory body SEBI asked mutual fund companies to ensure that investors use the same e-wallet to invest in mutual funds, whose KYC is complete. That is, now investors can invest only through e-wallets with KYC. For KYC, you have to provide your PAN number, mobile number and bank details. With all these details a form has to be filled for KYC.
Changes in the rules of SBI credit cards
SBI credit cards now offer a maximum cashback of Rs 5,000 in a month/billing cycle across all categories. Earlier, a maximum cashback of Rs 10,000 was available in the shopping category. At the same time, 1% cashback was available in some categories. Apart from this, the facility of complimentary airport lounge access will no longer be available. Earlier, the card holder was given 4 free lounge visits at domestic airports every year.
No change in the prices of gas cylinders and petrol and diesel
Today there has been no change in the prices of gas cylinders and petrol and diesel. Petrol costs Rs 96.72 in the capital Delhi, while diesel is being sold at Rs 89.62 per litre. At the same time, the price of domestic gas cylinder (14.2 kg) remains at Rs 1,103.
Domestic gas cylinder prices in major cities of the country
Petrol and diesel prices in major cities of the country
CitiesPetrol (Rs/l)Diesel (Rs/l)Delhi96.7289.62Mumbai106.3194.27Patna107.2494.04Bhopal108.6593.90Jaipur108.4893.72Chennai102.6394.24Kolkata106.0392.76Raipur102.4595 There is more .44 news…