Several rules, including LPG rate, banking, and trains, are changing in the country starting today; know the complete list of changes

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New Delhi, 01 February 2021: Several changes will come into force from today and directly impact the common people. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will also present the general budget for 2021-22. Those suffering from Corona are likely to get relief in the budget. Simultaneously, tax cuts for the employed people and customs duty on many items are expected.

Non EMV ATM transactions:  Punjab National Bank (PNB) customers will not be able to transact from non-EMV ATMs from February 1. The step has been taken to protect the account holders from fraud.

Railway’s e-catering service:
Indian Railways will resume its e-catering service from today. The service has been restricted due to the Corona crisis. However, initially, this facility will be available only at select stations.

LPG Price:
Oil companies review the prices of LPG cylinders every month. The costs for the next month will be announced today. Taxes will vary from state to state, and LPG prices will change accordingly.

New flights of Air India Express:
Air India and Year India Express have announced new domestic and international flights. Air India Express will fly between Trichy and Singapore daily from February to 27 March. There will be more connections in its route, such as Kuwait to Vijayawada, Hyderabad, Mangalore, Kozhikode, Coonoor, and Kochi.

OTP will get ration:
Ration cardholders will need mobile OTP and iris authentication for purchasing ration. The new rule will come into force in Telangana. In view of the Corona epidemic, the government has discontinued biometric authentication.

School-colleges to be opened in many states, including DU
Schools and colleges from Class 6 will open in many states, including Himachal, Gujarat, including the Delhi University (DU).

The Cinema hall will open with full capacity
The central government has issued new guidelines for cinemas and theaters. It is now permitted to show the film to the audience with 100 percent capacity. SOPs have also been issued for cinema halls and theaters.