Replacement notes of 2000 and 500 rupees can be changed in all banks

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1.Replacement notes of 2000 and 500 rupees can be changed in all banks :-

There is a relief news for troubled people for changing the notes of rupees two thousand and five hundred rupees. Reserve Bank of India has fixed the rules for changing all notes issued after issuance of notes of Rs. 2,000, 500, 200 and after issuance of notes. The Amendment Act, 2009 has been made effective immediately after amendment. The rules will apply to all banks as per the notification on Friday evening. Let me tell you, Jagaran had published the problem of Arjun Singh, Subedar in the Army on July 29 in this case. He had come to change the note of Rs 40 thousand, but was not going to change. RBI Kanpur informed the headquarter to take it in cognizance.

Note change order effective immediately – Let me tell you there was no order to change on November 8, 2016, after the announcement of the ban on the annulment of two thousand, five hundred, two hundred and other new notes. In such a case, the note was getting stuck with the people when there was a weakness in these notes. With the RBI, the RBI had even raised these rules without changing the rules. Joe J. Kattu, Chief General Manager of Reserve Bank of India, said that all the bank branches have been ordered to replace the newly issued notes with immediate effect.

 

2.RBI imposes fine of one crore rupees on Union Bank, know what is the reason :-

Reserve Bank of India has imposed a fine of Rs 1 crore on Union Bank of India. The central bank has imposed this fine due to the failure of the Union Bank to detect fraud and report timely.

Union Bank of India said in regulatory filing on Friday, “It is reported that the Reserve Bank of India has imposed a penalty of 10 million rupees (one crore rupees). The reason for the fine is delay in catching and informing fraud. RBI has imposed this penalty under the Banking Regulation Act. ”

Under the Act, the RBI issued show-cause notices to the Union Bank on January 15, 2018. In this, the RBI asked the bank for not penalizing the penalty. After this the bank had responded to RBI on February 1. After this, on April 14, the bank had made an oral request in the personal hearing (Personal Hearing) before the Committee of Executive Directors of the RBI.

India and France signed the ‘Mobilize Your City’ (MYC) Program Implementation

 

3.Agreement Agreeing on the ‘Mobilize Your City’ program :-

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India and France have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for implementing the International Program ‘Mobilize Your City (MYC)’. The agreement was signed in the presence of Minister of State for Urban Affairs (Independent Charge) Mr. Hardeep Singh Puri and the Ambassador of France to India Mr. Alexander Jigler. On behalf of India, the agreement was signed by Mr. Mukund Kumar Sinha, External Joint Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs and signed by Regional Director Agency François de-Development (AFD) Mr. Nicholson Fordyge.

 

4.Shri Nitin Gadkari will lay the foundation stone of Rs 4239 crore projects in Chhattisgarh and dedicate it to the nation :-

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National Road Transport and Highways , Shipping , Water Resources , River Development and Ganga Conservation Minister, Shri Nitin Gadkari will lay the foundation for the National Highway Project worth Rs. 4239 crores at Dashera ground in Choroda, Chhattisgarh , next Monday (September 10 , 2018). And devote to the nation. State Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will preside over this program.

The Minister will lay the foundation stone of Raipur-Durg bypass on NH-53The length of this bypass is 92 kilometers and its total cost is Rs 2281 crore.In this, four upper bridges will be constructed with the cost of Rs 349 crore.Devotees on the Gadkari NH-53, 150 km long Arang-Saraipi highway (costing Rs 1472 crore) and 27 km long Raipur-Durg road (cost Rs 48 crore) will be dedicated to the nation.

 

5.Invite nominations for the Women Power 2018 award these awards honor those who perform extraordinary work for empowerment of women in the economic and social sphere :-

Ministry of Women and Child Development has invited nominations for the Women Power Awards of 2018 . This is the highest honor for women in India. These prestigious awards are given to women and institutions who are continuously working in the field of women empowerment.

Each year, the President of India offers women power award on the occasion of International Women’s Day. These awards , which own 19 in th year , they honored the women who make outstanding contributions to society , have and they celebrate those who have made yourself in the community and ensure the economic security of women.

 

6.Dr. Satya Pal Singh, Minister of State for Human Resource Development attended the meeting of G-20 Education Ministers in Mendoza, Argentina :-

Dr. Satya Pal Singh, Minister of State for Human Resource Development , led a high level delegation to participate in G-20 Education Ministers held in Mendoza , Argentina and joint Ministerial meeting on 05 and 06 September , 2018 . This was the first meeting of the Education Ministers in the history of G-20.

On the occasion of the inauguration of the Education Ministers meeting Dr. Satya Pal Singh appreciated Argentina for hosting the meeting of the Education Ministers for the first time in the G-20 Summit and thanked him. He said that education should be given top priority for the promotion of any society and country. Therefore, keeping the education in the center of the global agenda is most appropriate.

 

  1. 600 global buyers will participate in IndusFood-II, 2019  :-

In order to meet the food and beverage needs from Indian sources, the Indo-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce (IBCCI) located in Dhaka , IndusFood- II, will participate in a large group of buyers of food and beverage sector in 2019. After the discussion with President of India Trade Promotion Council (TPCI) Mr. Ashok Sethi, Mr. Abdul Matlub Ahmed, Chairman of IBCCI and Former Chairman of Bangladesh Trade and Industry Federation, announced this in Nitol Bhavana located at Mohakhali, Dhaka.

TPCI is working to attract more buyers from SAARC countries to help them meet their food and beverage needs from India. Some of the big buyers of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and Independent Country (CIS) of the Federation of Russia (CIS) have agreed to join Indusuf- II. These big buyersalso include buyers of Super Market Chains.

 

8.Under the Ayushman Bharat program, 1.5 lakh health and medical centers will be opened across the country :-

Under the Ayushman Bharat program, 1.5 lakh health and medical centers will be opened across the country. Addressing a conference in New Delhi, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that the government is working on providing affordable health care facilities and health insurance for everyone. Shri Rajnath Singh said that the Center has taken several steps for the health care of the elderly. The Home Minister appreciated the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) for adopting modern technology for the treatment of diseases related to bones.

 

9.Telangana assembly dissolved just eight months before its tenure :-

Telangana Governor ESL Narasimhan on Thursday approved the dissolution of the Assembly on the recommendation of the state cabinet. Telangana was dissolved eight months prior to the completion of the first Assembly term. Shri Narasimhan has asked Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao and the Council of Ministers to continue working as a caretaker government.

 

10.’Sour India’ in the 87th International Trade Fair in Turkey :-

India is the partner country of the 87th International Trade Fair in Izmir, which starts in Turkey on Friday. In this trade fair, India will launch a large business pavilion ‘Source India’, through which 75 Indian companies will increase the ties with Turkey and other neighboring countries to boost India’s exports.

This is a series of Sources India Pavilion, which is being organized by the India Trade Promotion Council (TPCI) in the important trade fair of the world to increase India’s exports. TPCI is a Trade and Investment Promotion Organization of the Commerce Department in the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. It works to explore new ways of cooperation in trade and investment between India and the rest of the world.

The 87th International Trade Fair will be followed by Istanbul and Turkey till September 11 in the city’s third largest population of Izmir. India’s national anthem will be sung due to India’s involvement as a country centered in the fair and India’s tricolor will be seen waving on the screen kept in the fair. Special pointer will be set up to ease the reach of buyers and visitors to the source pavilion.

Indian Ambassador in Ankara, Sanjay Bhattacharya said that India and Turkey have great potential to increase trade cooperation between agriculture and food processing sector. They said that there is immense potential for establishing a joint venture of Indian entrepreneurs in Turkey due to the vast Turkish market and access to European markets.

 

  1. 2.5 lakh flat buyers’ notice of IT, asked- Where did the money come from ? :-

The trouble of purchasing of black money in the property is going to increase because the Income Tax Department has issued notices to 2.5 lakh flat buyers in the NCR. It includes the names of buyers of Noida, Greater Noida, Greater Noida West, Ghaziabad, Rajnagar Extension, Bulandshahr but instead Saharanpur and Aligarh. From these, departmental officials have sought information about the sources of income in flat purchases.

Notice to 2.5 lakh flat buyers worth more than Rs 30 lakh –

With this, where buyers are stirred at one go, the IT department officials are telling the general process. He said that every purchase of above 30 lakh rupees is sent to the notice of the department on behalf of the department. In this, the person has to make the requested information available in the department. If correct, its file is closed. Through this process, the department also increases the number of its taxpayers every year.