Buying cars and bikes will be expensive from September
After one September 2018, people who buy cars or bikes will now be able to pay more money than they did earlier. After an order of the Supreme Court, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) is going to introduce new rules from September 1. According to this rule, third-party insurance will become much more expensive than on Saturday 1 September 2018. As per the new rule, now the power car will cost Rs. 5286 less than 1000 cc. While the car with a 1000 cc to 1500 cc car will have an insurance premium of Rs 24,305 at a car of more than Rs 9534 and a capacity of 1500 cc.
For two-wheelers, the third party insurance for vehicles will cost Rs 1045 for a vehicle less than 75 cc. This charge will be Rs 3,285 on the bike from 75 to 150 cc. This charge will increase to Rs. 5,453 at 150-350 cc.
Free insurance will not get with a reserved railway ticket
With a railway ticket from Saturday, September 1, Rs 10 lakh Insurance will not be available for free. You have to choose this option. So far, the railway was giving benefits to free travel insurance to the passengers. But now the provision of insurance is optional. Travelers must select one of two options while booking tickets from the website or mobile, in which one will have to take option insurance and the other will have to leave. IRCTC started free travel insurance in December 2017.
Those who purchase the reserved train will have to pay the premium of travel insurance from September 1. The railway decided to end the free insurance a few days ago.
A big warning will be printed on tobacco products
Keeping in view the loss of tobacco, the Union Health Ministry will issue guidelines and print out cigarette packets and tobacco products on the issue of large size warning or disease from September 1, 2018. For this, the Ministry has issued two sets of warning photographs. The first set will be printed on 1 September 2018 for next 12 months, while the second set will be printed on tobacco products.