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5 big changes coming into effect from November 1st. Check out the details here | Latest India News


As of Monday, November 1, many areas and things associated with day-to-day business will see changes. While some of these changes will affect ordinary people, others will give them a chance to make money.

These changes come into effect just days before the country celebrates Diwali, the festival of light.

Also technologically, a major change will be implemented by the WhatsApp instant messaging service that will affect many users across the country as well as around the world.

Here’s a look at some of those changes:

The price of LPG cylinders is expected to increase: The PTI news agency reported earlier this month that the price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders, used for cooking food in many homes, may be increased by oil marketing companies. The news agency said fuel under-recovery has widened to more than ??100 per cylinder. However, the increase depends on government clearance, PTI reported. If allowed, this will be the fifth increase in cooking gas tariffs in all categories of households. At present, the costs of LPG cylinders ??899.50 in the national capital Delhi.

Relief for retirees: The State Bank of India (SBI) is launching a new service from November 1. Under it, retirees will not have to go to a bank branch to submit a life certificate. The facility will allow retirees to do this via a video call.

Good news for investors: Those looking to invest their hard-earned money will have a chance on November 1, when Policybazaar’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) opens. They will have better luck when the IPO of digital payment company Paytm goes public on November 8. In addition to Policybazaar, the IPOs of SJS Enterprice, chemicals maker Sigachi Industries will also open on November 1. .

Special trains during festival season: Indian Railways will be running special trains for Diwali, Chhath and other festivals in November. While some of these trains will start from November 1, others will be launched on different dates spread over the month. Apart from that, the Southern Railway announced on October 25 that its non-monsoon schedule will be in effect from November 1.

WhatsApp to end support for some Android and iOS users: Instant messaging platform WhatsApp has shared the list of smartphones that are running old software – both Android and iOS – and will no longer be able to use the messaging platform from November 1. Users who have not updated their operating systems have been asked to do so before this date.