Banks will return your money!- The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said that banks will start the ‘100 Days 100 Pay’ campaign, where they will return the top 100 unclaimed deposits of each bank in each district within 100 days.
Will find out and settle Unclaimed Deposits. Banks will start a campaign to settle these unclaimed deposits from June 1 i.e. from today. It is known that if the deposit has not been operated for 10 years in the savings account or current account, or the fixed deposit has not been claimed within 10 years from the date of maturity, then they are called unclaimed deposits.
Your favorite cars have become expensive- Now Honda’s name has also been added to the list of those who have increased the price of their cars due to the rising input cost. Honda Cars India has announced that it is increasing the prices of its popular models City and Amaze by up to one percent from June. The hike will vary from variant to variant.
Electric scooters will become expensive – Electric two-wheelers in India have become expensive from June 1, 2023. This is because the discount given to the customers in the form of incentive has now been reduced from 40 percent to 15 percent, which is a big cut and due to this the price of electric vehicles will increase. Therefore, if you are planning to buy an electric scooter, then book it before June 1.
Big change related to cough medicines- After raising questions on the cough medicines of Indian Pharma companies worldwide, a big decision has been taken by the government. Exporters of cough syrup will now have to test their products in a government lab before exporting them. This rule will be effective from June 1. In this context, a notification has also been issued by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT).
From June 1, the beginning of the sixth month of the year 2023 has already gone. With the beginning of the new month, the big government companies of the country have also released new prices of LPG cooking gas cylinders. Indian Oil has decided to make a big cut in the price of commercial gas cylinders from today.
Giving information about this on the website of Indian Oil, it has also been said that the new prices have come into force from today i.e. June 1. Prior to this, the price of commercial gas cylinders has been cut in the month of May as well. However, there has been no change in the price of LPG cylinders.