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Major News and Events of 02 March 2017

What Happened on 02 March 2017


Few Banks to Charge More after Four Free Cash Transactions

A few banks like HDFC Bank, Axis Bank and ICICI Bank are charging at least Rs150 per transaction for withdrawals as well as cash deposit after exceeding four free transactions in a month. The charges are applicable for both savings and salary accounts and is effective from 2 March 2017.

Radiology Test Going to be Free for Delhi Residents

As per reports, a welfare scheme is being launched by Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday. According to this scheme, radiology tests for residents of Delhi will be completely free. CM Kejriwal is going to make the announcement at 2.30 pm at the Delhi Secretariat, ITO.

The Health Minister mentioned in a tweet that the scheme will be implemented with immediate effect.




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