Top Stories 11 am, March 2: ABVP to protest in DU today; After 4 free transactions, banks to charge Rs 150; IPL 2017 anthem released

From ABVP's protest in Delhi University to the release of Indian Premier League 2017 anthem, here are the top stories of the day by 11 am.

Ramjas violence: ABVP to protest in DU today

Just days after students from the Delhi University and Jawaharlal Nehru University took to streets to protests against the violence that took place in Ramjas College, last week, the RSS backed Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) are set to lead protest march seeking a campus ban on leftist groups. Yesterday, two ABVP activists were suspended after Delhi Police arrested them for allegedly attacking two AISA supporters on the North Campus of Delhi University. Read More

After 4 free transactions, banks to charge Rs 150

Financial services company, HDFC, ICICI, and AXIS bank have announced that they are resuming levy on cash transactions starting March 2. The banks have announced that they will charge customers Rs 150 on cash deposits and cash withdrawals per transactions after four free cash transactions. The rule is applicable for all the saving bank account holders and salary accounts. “The bank would also cap the third party cash transactions at Rs 25,000 per day, while cash handling charges would be withdrawn effective today,” a circular released by HDFC said. Read More

Non-subsidised LPG rates raised by Rs 86 per cylinder

Customers of non-subsidised domestic cooking gas (LPG) will have to Rs 86 more effective from March 1 as the state-run fuel retailers raised the prices in tune with international trend. It was earlier priced at Rs 651.50 per 14.2-kg cylinder till February 28, from yesterday the price was raised to Rs 737.50, With effect from March 1, 2017, non-subsidised price of LPG cylinder has increased by Rs 86. This is in line with the rise in global LPG product prices,” a Petroleum Ministry statement here said.

Watch! IPL 2017 anthem

Some have childhood memories attached to the Indian Premier League. It is that summer daily soap every Indian is bound to tune in to. People, families, couples and friends have memories attached to the IPL. It started off, exactly a decade ago and the all of us were clueless about this extravaganza, but today it has become the norm. Bit hits, parties, get together all happen on-the-field during that 3.5 to 4 hours. Read More