After Amul, Mother Dairy increased milk prices: Stock market jumped 2700 points; Investors earned ₹13.7 lakh crore, toll tax on highways increased by 5%

Yesterday’s big news was related to milk. After Amul, now Mother Dairy has also increased the price of milk. The company has increased the price of milk by two rupees from June 3. On the other hand, a day before the Lok Sabha election results, on June 3, the Sensex rose by 2,777 points to 76,738 and the Nifty rose by 808 points to 23,338. This is an all-time high for both. Before tomorrow’s big news, today’s major events, which will be watched… Now read tomorrow’s big news… 1. After Amul, Mother Dairy increased the price of milk: Decision to increase by 2 rupees per liter, full cream milk will now be available for 68 rupees After Amul, now Mother Dairy has also increased the price of milk. The company has increased the price of milk by two rupees from June 3. After this increase, the price of Mother Dairy’s full cream milk has now become 68 rupees per liter, while the price of toned milk has been increased from 54 rupees to 56 rupees per liter. Mother Dairy attributed the price hike to the increase in the company’s purchase cost of raw milk from dairy farmers. Mother Dairy has said that despite paying higher prices for milk purchases in the last few months, we did not increase the prices. Apart from this, milk production is likely to be further affected by the heat across the country. Click here to read the full news… 2. Market jumped 2700 points a day before Lok Sabha results: Investors earned 13.7 lakh crores, Sensex closed at 76,468 and Nifty at 23,263 On June 3, a day before the Lok Sabha election results, the Sensex rose 2,777 points to reach 76,738 and the Nifty rose 808 points to reach 23,338. This is an all-time high for both. However, later the market came down slightly from its upper levels and the Sensex closed at 76,468, up 2,507 points. Nifty rose 733 points and closed at 23,263. Due to this rise in the stock market, the wealth of investors has increased by about Rs 13,78,630 crore. The market cap of BSE was Rs 4,12,12,881 crore on Friday, which increased to Rs 4,25,91,511 crore today i.e. on June 3. Click here to read the full news… 3. NHAI increased toll tax by an average of 5%: New rates are applicable from today, earlier the toll tax was to be increased from April 1. The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has announced an increase in toll tax from June 3. The rates of all toll taxes across the country have been increased by an average of 5%. According to an NHAI official, this change in toll tax is based on the annual Wholesale Price Index (CPI), which affects the toll highway user fees. It was announced to increase the toll tax from April 1, but the Election Commission of India had asked the NHAI to implement the new toll rates on highways after the Lok Sabha elections. Toll tax rates are increased on the basis of Wholesale Price Index in National Highway. Usually, toll tax rates are changed from April 1 every year. Click here to read the full news… 4. Remove ‘100% fruit-juice’ claims from labels and advertisements: FSSAI’s instructions to food companies, said – Companies are marketing fruit juice in a wrong way FSSAI has directed all food companies to remove the claims of ‘100% fruit juice’ from the labels and advertisements of their fruit juices with immediate effect. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has given this information by issuing a statement on Monday (June 3). Not only this, FSSAI has also directed all food companies to end their existing pre-printed packaging materials before September 1, 2024. Click here to read the full news… 5. Infosys CEO took ₹66.25 crore salary in FY-24: Salil Parekh became the second highest paid CEO in the IT sector Infosys’ Salil Parekh has become the second highest paid CEO in the Indian IT sector. The company’s CEO and MD Parekh has taken an annual compensation of Rs 66.25 crore in the financial year 2024. This information has been given in the company’s latest annual report. During the last financial year i.e. FY24, the highest paid CEO was former Wipro chief Thierry Delaporte, who took a salary of $20 million (about Rs 166 crore). Thierry Delaporte resigned from Wipro on 6 April. Then in his place, the company appointed Srinivas Palliya as the new CEO and MD of the company. Click here to read the full news… 6. 97.82% ₹2000 notes returned to banks: Now ₹7,755 crore currency is left, notes were taken out of circulation on 19 May 97.82% of ₹2000 notes which were in circulation till 19 May 2023 have returned to the banks. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has given this information on Monday (3 June). According to RBI, till 31 May 2024, only ₹7,755 crore worth notes were left with the people. At the time of announcement of withdrawal of these notes, notes worth ₹3.56 lakh crore were in circulation in the country. RBI had announced to take out ₹2000 notes from circulation on 19 May this year. RBI had said that these notes will still remain legal tender. 2000 notes came into circulation after demonetization in 2016. The last date for exchanging or depositing notes in banks was 7 October 2023. Now notes can be exchanged or deposited only in 19 issue offices of RBI. Click here to read full news… 7. Mercedes’ C-Class sedan and GLC SUV launched in India: C-Class can accelerate from 0-100kph in 6 seconds, price starts at ₹61.85 lakh Mercedes-Benz India on Monday launched the 2024 model of the C-Class sedan and GLC SUV in the Indian market. After the new update, both the cars have become more feature loaded than before. The Mercedes-Benz C300 AMG Line is the new top model in the C-Class lineup, which has been introduced in place of the C300d Diesel AMG Line. The company has priced it at Rs 69 lakh (ex-showroom). At the same time, the starting price of GLC SUV 220d 4-Matic diesel is Rs 76.9 lakh. Click here to read the full news… Also see who were the top 10 richest people in the world yesterday… The market was closed yesterday due to Sunday holiday, so know the status of Friday’s stock market and gold-silver… Know the latest price of petrol-diesel and gas cylinder…

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