Silver at all-time high, selling at ₹93,094 per kg: Driving tests can be taken at private centres from June 1, Adani accused of selling low-grade coal as high-grade

Yesterday’s big news was related to gold and silver. Silver reached all time high on Wednesday. It has become costlier by Rs 221 and has reached Rs 93,094 per kg. Earlier on Tuesday, May 21, silver was at Rs 92,873. At the same time, now you do not need to give test in Regional Transport Offices (RTO) to get driving license. You will be able to give your driving test by going to a private training center or driving school. Before tomorrow’s big news, today’s major events to keep an eye on… Now read tomorrow’s big news… 1. Silver reaches all time high: It is being sold at ₹ 93,094 per kg, 10 grams of gold is ₹ 100 cheaper. There was a slight decline in the price of gold on Wednesday (May 22), which became ₹ 74,114. According to the website of India Bullion and Jewelers Association (IBJA), 10 grams of gold has become cheaper by Rs 100 to Rs 74,114 during trading. However, silver has reached all time high today. It has become costlier by Rs 221 and has reached Rs 93,094 per kg. Earlier on Tuesday, May 21, silver was at Rs 92,873. Click here to read full news… 2. No need for test in RTO for driving license: From June 1, you will be able to give it at a private center, you will also get a driving eligibility certificate. Now you will have to go to the Regional Transport Offices (RTO) to get the driving license. ) there is no need to take test. You will be able to give your driving test by going to a private training center or driving school. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has announced new rules for getting a driving license. These new rules will come into effect from June 1, 2024. Three major changes have been made under the new rules. Click here to read the full news… 3. RBI will transfer a record Rs 2.11 lakh crore surplus to the government: This is Rs 1.23 lakh crore more than last year, when Rs 87,416 crore was transferred. RBI Board has transferred a surplus of Rs 2.11 lakh crore to the government for the financial year 2024. A record surplus transfer of Rs 2,10,874 crore has been approved. In the last financial year 2022-23, RBI had transferred a surplus of Rs 87,416 crore to the government. That is, it is Rs 1.23 lakh crore more than last year. This transfer of surplus is for FY24, but it will be reflected in the government accounts for FY25. The surplus was announced in the 608th meeting of the Central Board of Directors of RBI. This meeting was held on 22 May in Mumbai under the chairmanship of Governor Shaktikanta Das. Click here to read the full news… 4. Adani accused of selling low-grade coal in high-grade: The company called the allegations false, shares first fell and then recovered and closed. The report termed as “false and baseless” the allegations that Adani Group bought low-grade coal and sold it at higher prices by declaring it as high grade. After this statement of Adani Group, there was recovery in its shares. Shares of the group’s flagship company Adani Enterprises closed at Rs 3,137 with a rise of 0.63%. It had come down to Rs 3,073 in the day’s trading. Adani Port fell 0.53% and closed at Rs 1,378. During trading it had come up to Rs 1,364. Click here to read the full news… 5. Debut of flying car in Tokyo Tech Event: Can land on both land and water, 3 companies in India are working on air taxi. For the first time in an international tech event in Tokyo. Flying car debuted. The car flew up to 10 meters with the pilot in a parking lot outside the Tokyo Big Sight Convention Center in the city’s Koto Ward. The name of the car is ‘Hexa’, which has been developed by American company Lift Aircraft Inc. There are 18 propellers installed on the top of the Hexa. It is 4.5 meters wide, 2.6 meters high and weighs approximately 196 kilograms. This is a single seat car, which can land on both land and water. In India too, three companies including Mahindra and Maruti Suzuki are working on electric flying cars. Click here to read full news… 6. Mercedes Maybach GLS 600 facelift launched in India: Luxury SUV with level 2 ADAS safety feature and 4 liter twin turbo engine, priced at ₹ 3.5 crore Luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz has The facelift of Mercedes Maybach GLS 600 4Matic has been launched in the Indian market. The company has priced the luxury SUV at Rs 3.35 crore (ex-showroom) and customers can also customize it as per their choice, after which the price will increase. The biggest change in the car has been made in the powertrain. The car is now equipped with a 4 liter twin turbo V8 turbo petrol engine. Apart from this, ADAS Level 2 safety features have been provided in it. The Mercedes Maybach GLS 600 will have the same luxury cabin experience as before, but slight changes have been made in its design. Click here to read the full news… 7. Realme GT 6T smartphone launched in India: Iceberg vapor cooling system to keep the gaming phone cool, starting price ₹ 24,999 Realme today launched the new mobile of its ‘GT’ series in India. Have presented. Realme GT 6T has been launched in India by the company. Equipped with the power of Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 processor and 12GB RAM, this smartphone has a 5500mAh battery and 32MP selfie camera. The company has provided Iceberg Vapor Cooling System to keep this gaming phone cool. The company has introduced it in 4 storage variants. While two variants support 8GB RAM, two variants will get 12GB. Two color options are given in the phone, Fluid Silver and Razor Green. Click here to read the full news… Now get the news you need… There are 2 options for filing ITR: Before filing the return, understand which tax regime is right for you, this will help you save tax for the year 2023. Income Tax Return (ITR) has to be filed by 31st July for -24. There are two tax regime options available for filing ITR. If you choose the first or old tax regime, only your income up to Rs 2.5 lakh will be tax free. However, under Section 87A of the Income Tax Act, you can save tax on income up to Rs 5 lakh. On choosing the new tax regime, you will not have to pay tax on income up to Rs 3 lakh. In this also, under Section 87A of the Income Tax Act, salaried persons can get tax exemption on income up to Rs 7.5 lakh and others can get tax exemption on income up to Rs 7 lakh. Click here to read the full news… Also see who were the top 10 richest people in the world yesterday… Know the condition of share market and gold and silver tomorrow… Price of petrol, diesel and gas cylinder Know the latest price…

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