India asked for details from Singapore-Hong Kong on spice ban: DGCA changed rules regarding flight seat selection; Censorship on X in Australia, Musk clashes with PM Albanese

Yesterday’s big news was related to MDH-Everest. In the matter of ban on MDH and Everest spices, India has sought details from the food regulators of Singapore and Hong Kong. At the same time, airlines will now have to allocate seats in flights to children below 12 years of age along with their parents or guardian. Before tomorrow’s big news, today’s major events, which will be kept an eye on… Now read tomorrow’s big news… 1. India asked for details from Singapore-Hong Kong on spice ban: Both the countries asked 4 spices of Everest and MDH In the matter of ban on MDH and Everest spices, India has sought details from the food regulators of Singapore and Hong Kong. The Commerce Ministry also directed the Indian embassies in both Singapore and Hong Kong to send a detailed report on the matter. The ministry has also sought details from MDH and Everest. The Commerce Ministry official said, ‘The reasons for the rejection of the products of both the companies will be ascertained and the concerns of the exporters related to them along with what should be done to rectify them will also be considered.’ Click here to read full news 2. DGCA changed the rules regarding flight seat selection: Airlines will have to give seats to children below 12 years of age along with parents. Airlines will now allow children below 12 years of age to fly. Seat will have to be allotted along with parent or guardian. Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued new travel guidelines in this regard. DGCA has said that if children and parents are traveling on the same PNR, then they will not have to pay any extra charge for seat selection. Along with this, DGCA has also asked the airlines to maintain its records. Click here to read full news 3. Censorship on X has been ordered to hide the content related to the murder of a bishop that happened last week. After this, a war of words has started between the company owner Elon Musk and Australia’s PM Anthony Albanese. On the court order, Musk said, ‘The order means that any country can control the entire Internet.’ Referring to the old order of the e-Safety Commissioner, Musk said that he had asked to completely remove the content related to the matter. Click here to read full news 4. Apple Mumbai and Delhi stores become world wide top-performing outlets: Recorded revenue of ₹ 210-210 crore in the last financial year, 3 new Apple stores will open in India. Both the official stores in Mumbai and Delhi have performed the best among all the company’s stores across the world. According to reports, Apple’s Mumbai and Delhi stores each recorded a revenue of Rs 190-210 crore in the last financial year. With this, Mumbai and Delhi stores have become the top-performing retail outlets of the world wide company. According to Economic Times sources, ‘The company’s Mumbai and Delhi stores have consistently recorded monthly average sales of Rs 16-17 crore since their launch. Due to its larger size, the revenue of the Mumbai store has been slightly higher than that of the Delhi store. Click here to read full news 5. JNK India’s IPO opened: You can apply till April 25, price band ₹ 395-₹ 415; You can invest a minimum of ₹ 14,940. The initial public offer i.e. IPO of JNK India Limited has opened for public subscription from Tuesday (23 April 2024). The company manufactures heating equipment for process industries such as oil refineries and petrochemical plants. Through this public issue, the company wants to raise ₹649.47 crore by selling a total of 1,60,15,988 shares. Retail investors can invest in JNK India’s IPO till 25 April 2024. The company has fixed the IPO price band at ₹395-₹415 per equity share. The allotment of shares of the company will take place on 26 April 2024. The shares will be listed on both Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE) on April 30. Click here to read full news Now read the news of your need… Big fund will be easily prepared through Post-Office RD: 6.70% interest is being given on it, Lakhpati will make an investment of two thousand every month Post Office Recurring With the help of Deposit (RD), you can easily create a big fund. You can use it like a piggy bank. Meaning, you keep putting a fixed amount in it every month and when it matures after 5 years, you will have a huge amount in your hand. At present 6.70% annual interest is being given on this. In this, by depositing Rs 2 thousand every month for 5 years, you can create a fund of Rs 1 lakh 42 thousand. Here we are telling you about post office RD. Click here to read the full news. Also see who were the top 10 richest people in the world yesterday… Know the condition of tomorrow’s share market and gold and silver… Know the latest price of petrol, diesel and gas cylinder. Take it…

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