Amid rising rise across the country, the government oil firms have given welfare on heating gas (F) gas in December. On 1 December 2020, there has been no change in the rates of LPG Gas Cylinder. Earlier in October and November too, HPCL, BPCL, IOC did not change the price of LPG cylinder. However, the price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinder (Commercial Gas Cylinder Price) has increased by Rs 55.
Domestic gas rates increased for the last time in July
Before this, the price of 14 kg LPG cylinder was increased by Rs 4 in July 2020. At the same time, 14.2 kg non-subsidized LPG cylinder became expensive by Rs 11.50 in Delhi during June, while it was cheaper by Rs 162.50 in May.
Increase the price of financial barrels
- The price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinder has raised for December. Chennai has the most eminent increase of Rs 56 per barrel.
- Now, you will have to spend Rs 1410 for a commercial cylinder. Apart from this, the capital of the nation has grown by 55 rupees. The rate of this cylinder hereabouts is Rs 1296.
- Kolkata and Mumbai have also seen an improvement of Rs 55, after which the new hires in these two centres are Rs 1351 and Rs 1244 apiece.
From today, some important changes are coming in the country, which is directly related to the life of the common humans. These combine new guidelines for monitoring, prevention and vigilance related to Corona as well as changes in banking regulations. Let’s know what is going to change in the country from December 1…
Kovid’s new guidelines
- In these, states and union territories have been asked to strictly implement preventive measures, SOPs and Kovid-19 for appropriate treatment, caution and crowd control.
- The states, union territories will have to assure that the district administration prudently determines the container zone at the micro-level. Only obligatory works will be allowed in these container zones.
With this, apart from a medical emergency and essential goods and services, movement of people inside and outside these zones will be banned. States and Union Territories can take administrative action to enforce the need to wear face masks which include a fine for not wearing masks in public and workplaces.
- Changes in rules for switching money from PNB ATM
- From December 1, PNB 2.0 (PNB, eOBC, eUNI) is going to execute One Time Password (OTP) based cache discharge facility.
- From December 1, between 8 am and 8 am, cash withdrawals of more than Rs 10,000 at a time from PNB 2.0 ATM will now be OTP based.
- That is, PNB customers will need OTP to withdraw more than Rs 10,000 in these night hours. So customers take their mobile with them.
RTGS facility 24 × 7
From December 1, the real-time gross settlement (RTGS) facility will be possible 24 hours and seven days. That is, consumers will be able to accomplish money anytime through 365 days of the year through RTGS. Right now RTGS system is accessible from 7 am to 6 pm on all working days of the week except the second and fourth Saturday of the month