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New SBI ATM withdrawal limits come into effect next week - Mint
For SBI account holders, new ATM cash withdrawal rules kick in from October 31. SBI, the country’s largest bank, will reduce the daily cash withdrawal limit for Classic and Maestro debit cards to Rs 20,000 per day, from Rs 40,000, with effect from 31 October 2018. SBI account holders having higher daily cash withdrawal requirements can apply for other debit card variants that have a higher daily withdrawal limit, the bank has said in a communication.
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Air India to launch red-eye flights on domestic routes from November 30 - Money Control
Governments make decisions like T20 cricket, we play Test matches: RBI Deputy Governor Viral Acharya - India Today
Sensex cracks 34,000-mark, Nifty below 10,200 on weak global cues - Hindu
Rupee weakens 23 paise to 73.79 against US dollar in early trade - Business Standard
Absence of bond market main reason for India's banking crisis: CAG - Business Standard
68% increase in crorepati taxpayers in 3 years: CBDT - Pioneer
Reliance Jio seen overtaking Vodafone Idea, Airtel to become India’s largest telecom firm by 2018-end - R Sree Ram, Mint
Further extend deadline for filing September GST returns till December 31: CAIT to FM Arun Jaitley - Money Control
Petrol, diesel prices cut for fourth straight day - Money Control
Facebook shareholders back proposal to remove Zuckerberg as chairman - Economic Times
Over 50 crore mobiles numbers may face KYC proof issue - Pankaj Doval, Times of India
Big trouble for Mehul Choksi! ED attaches over Rs 218-crore assets of Nirav Modi’s uncle, others in PNB scam - Financial Express
Adani to join hands with Total for fuel retail, LNG terminals - Maulik Pathak, Mint
Reliance to get boost from Jio, Retail - Kalpana Pathak, Mint
Payments companies asked to stop Aadhaar-based services - Pratik Bhakta, Economic Times
US-China trade war may bring $8.7 billion bonanza for Indian exports to America - Banikinkar Pattanayak, Financial Express
Dealers in national capital to shut petrol pumps on October 22 - Economic Times
Reliance Defence to get 3% of Rs 30,000 crore offset - Manu Pubby, Economic Times
Costlier food, fuel push Sep wholesale inflation to 2-month high of 5.13% - Business Standard
Diesel price hiked again; wipes out Rs 2.5/litre cut - Economic Times
Mobile phones drive online shopping during festive sale - Indian Express
As data localisation deadline approaches, payments firms get ready for a showdown with RBI - Financial Express
Mutual funds collection via SIP up 40% to ₹7,727 cr in Sept amid volatile markets - Mint
Data storage: Global companies rush to meet RBI’s deadline - Pratik Bhakta, Economic Times
Nifty likely to open flat; 3 stocks which could give 3-5% return - Money Control
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