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    Sunday Gyaan! With petrol price set to touch Rs 90 a litre in Mumbai, here’s how to check fuel prices

    Nowadays, before travelling people first check is fuel prices, as petrol and diesel prices are scaling new highs every day on account of rupee depreciation and rise in international oil rates. The petrol price is about to touch Rs 90 in Mumbai. As on September 15, the price was hiked by 35 paise and diesel rates went up by 24 paise. So petrol in Mumbai now (as on September 15) costs Rs

  • Sunday Gyaan! Not yet applied for a passport? Here’s how to do it

    Passport is a must while you are travelling abroad and is also an important identity proof. Earlier, it was a humungous task to apply for a passport. But, recently in June, the task was simplified. The External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj launched a new scheme under which a person can apply for a passport from anywhere in India irrespective of the place of stay.

  • Sunday Gyaan! How to book train tickets through IRCTC website and mobile app

    Following footsteps of digitisation, the Indian Railways has taken a leap towards future and now have become completely digital. Earlier, it was a big task when it used to come for booking railway tickets, but while keeping in mind India’s digitisation dream, the Indian Railways now offers bookings and cancellations from its website. The Indian Railways have also introduced an app for its various services like bookings.

  • Sunday Gyaan! How to apply for driving licence online in India

    Well having a driving licence in India has become important as it is not only meant for driving vehicles but also acts as an identity proof. Once you are of the eligible age, that is 18 years, you can apply for licence. Possessing a driving license certifies that the person holding it is qualified to drive anywhere in India. Though after a while, you would not give your driving license much of

  • Sunday Gyaan! How to get in touch with our ever-busy Prime Minister Narendra Modi

    In today’s time of distress, millions of people try contacting the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a varied number of reasons. And it’s obvious if PM Narendra Modi, who is no less than a celebrity figure in India, is elected by the masses, the people should be able to reach him for their queries and problems. It could be for appreciating his government’s work, criticism of a decision, complaints, and grievances or