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nature havoc: 718 deaths in the country, 29 people died in Kerala due to floods.

In many states across the country floods are rife with rain. Due to these, 718 people have died so far. The maximum damage to the flood has occurred in UP, West Bengal, Kerala, Maharashtra, Gujarat, North Eastern States, Assam and Nagaland. At the same time in the last 50 years in Kerala, there has been a devastation due to rain for the first time.A total of 29 people have died since the ravages of floods and rain in the state. There are conditions like landslide and flood in place. Water is flooded in the fields of Wayanad in Kerala. Farmers are afraid of ruining their crops. Water is flooded in the residential areas of Kochi. People are driving in the risk of life here. The army has secured 30 foreign tourists stranded in the resort in Munnar, Kerala.According to the fast and rain, 171 people have died in UP alone so far. In the last 24 hours, six people have died in UP. According to the National Disaster Response Center (NERC), 171 in Uttar Pradesh, 170 in West Bengal, in Kerala, in the state of Bihar, the villages of UP's Basti district are flooded with flood water due to which they are imprisoned in houses and forced to live in fear. In 178 and Maharashtra, 139 people have died so far. At the same time, 52 people in Gujarat, 44 in Assam and eight in Nagaland have died.

Diesel prices in Delhi break all previous records of inflation

In Delhi, diesel has been priced at Rs 64.58 a liter from today, which is the highest level ever till date, while the petrol price has reached Rs 73.73 per liter, which is four years high. Public sector petroleum companies last year Fuel prices are revising on daily basis. According to the price notification, petrol and diesel prices were increased by 18 paise a liter in Delhi today. Petrol in Delhi is now Rs 73.73 per liter, before the price of petrol at Rs. 76.06 per liter on September 14, 2014. Had reached. Diesel price has reached its highest level of 64.58 per liter. Earlier, on February 7, 2018, diesel touched a high of Rs 64.22 per liter.

Maharashtra will invest Rs 60,000 crore in 10 years: Mukesh Ambani

Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani has said that his company will invest 60,000 crore in the next 10 years to make the country's first integrated integrated area in Maharashtra in collaboration with global companies. Ambani said that over the past few weeks, more than 20 global companies have agreed to invest in Reliance.

In a branch of PNB, ₹ 11,356 crore illegal transactions revealed

Punjab National Bank (PNB) said on Wednesday that unauthorized transactions of about `11,356 crore ($ 1.77 billion) in one of its branches in Mumbai have been traced. PNB said that these transactions were done to benefit selected account holders and on the basis of transactions, other banks paid these account holders abroad.

Now there will be hallmarking on gold

Modi government can make hallmarking of gold ornaments compulsory from January next year. Under the Indian Standards Bureau Amendment Act, the government can do this. The Ministry of Consumer Affairs has taken this decision. Hallmarking is planned to be compulsory for three categories of 8, 14 and 22 carat ornaments. The decision has been postponed till March 31.

Banknotes were held for 15 months, RBI still doing the counting of old notes

Note 15 months after the ban, the RBI is still working on the accuracy and authenticity of the number of notes closed. The Reserve Bank said that this work is being done very fast. This information was received in response to the RTI application filed by PTI. Complete information can be shared only after this process is complete

These 8 officers will answer questions related to GST on Twitter

According to an official order, the Ministry of Finance has nominated eight tax officials to handle GST related questions on social media site Twitter. It has been decided on behalf of the Ministry of Finance that 8 officers with immediate effect be available to answer questions arising through Twitter and e-mail.