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Many changes are going to take place across the country from 1st July. It will have a direct effect on your pocket. So you need to know the rules already. Withdrawals from IDBI and SBI banks will be expensive from July 1. Here are 9 changes that will affect you.

The SBI also changed the rules
From July 1, customers will be charged extra for withdrawing money from ATMs and using check books. All these rules will apply to the Basic Savings Account Deposit (BSBD) account. Withdraw 4 times from SBI ATM or bank branch will be free. After that, after free limit, cash withdrawal will be charged at Rs. 15 and GST. Apart from that, you will now have to pay extra to get a check book.

Withdrawing money from IDBI Bank will be expensive
IDBI Bank is going to change the check leaf charge, savings account charge, and locker charge from July 1. The bank has reduced the free facility for cash deposits (home and non-home) to 5-5 times in Semi Urban and Rural branches from the current 7 and 10 respectively.

In addition, customers will now only receive a free 20-page check book each year. Customers will then have to pay Rs 5 for each check. Apart from that, senior citizens will get a discount on the locker when their monthly average balance (MAB) is 10 thousand.

Syndicate Bank customers will have to use the new IFSC code
Syndicate Bank has merged with Canara Bank, so the bank's IFSC code will change from July 1. Syndicate Bank customers will now have to get a new IFSC code for their bank branch.

Like the base the unique identification of each piece of jewelery will be inevitable
If the jewelry is stolen and lost, it will now be easier to identify its real owner, although this will happen if it has not been melted down and given a new look. Just as all the citizens of the country are identified by UID in the Aadhaar card, the government is going to make UID mandatory for every piece of jewelery from July 

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To help improve the ecological system of Ghana, through forestation, reforestation and tree-growing, and in commemoration of this year’s International Day of Forests, a campaign dubbed: ‘One Man, One Tree’ was, yesterday, launched in Accra.

The occasion, which was organized by the Forestry Commission (FC) in collaboration with the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, formed part of activities marking this year’s Forestry Week celebrations.

The celebrations, the fourth in a series, started with an inter-school quiz competition dubbed: ‘Catch Them Young’, which aimed to test the knowledge of the students on forestry issues and to sensitize the youth, as future policy makers, on the need to act responsibly to protect the forests.

Section-194Q has recently been added to the Income Tax Act. This section deals with the TDS applicable to the payment of a pre-determined price for the purchase of an item. Under the new section, 0.10 per cent TDS will be deducted on commercial purchases above Rs 50 lakh. If an executive's turnover was Rs 100 million or more last year, he will be able to buy goods worth over Rs 50 lakh this year. TDS will be deducted if more than this is sold.


Section 206ab will also apply from 1 July. Under this, if the seller does not file an income tax return for two years, the TDS will be 5%, which is five per cent of the previous TDS of 0.10, which means that the rate of TDS will increase 50 times.

Achimota Senior High School (SHS) emerged winners in the competition in which, Amasaman Technical High School, Ghanatta SHS and Presbyterian Boys SHS participated.

Other activities lined up for the celebration are a National Colloquium on Forests Investment Opportunities and Climate Change and a Workshop on Legal Education on Forests and Wildlife.

The celebration will be climaxed with a Grand Durbar and Greening Ghana Day.

The Forestry Week celebrations were launched in Ghana in 2011, pursuant to the UN Resolution on the establishment of the International Day of Forests and in consonance with the Government of Ghana’s ‘Greening Ghana Agenda’.

In an address to launch the ‘One Man, One Tree’ campaign, the Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Hon. Nii Osa Mills, pledged the support of the Ministry to the FC in the discharge of its mandate.

The Chief Executive of FC, Mr Samuel Afari Dartey, in a statement, reiterated the commitment of FC to implementing the US $ 300 million Achimota Eco-Park project to transform the Achimota forest into a world-class eco-tourism enclave, such as found in Kenya, Namibia and South Africa, to provide a great opportunity for eco-tourism and for revenue generation.

Mr Dartey, however, expressed regrets that the Plantation Development Project of FC had stalled due to lack of funds and appealed to government to intervene to help revive the project.

For his part, the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of FC, Mr Eddie Prah, gave the assurance that the FC was ready to provide the leadership required to help sustain what was left of Ghana’s forest cover and to increase the tree cover of the country.

Mr Andy Osei Okrah, Chairman of the Planning Committee of the celebrations, urged Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Community-based Organizations (CBOs), Corporate entities, the general public and the media to support the ‘One Man, One Tree campaign to succeed in order to increase the nation’s forest cover for a healthy ecosystem.

The International Day of Forests, which is celebrated on March 21 of every year, is an annual event instituted by the United Nations General Assembly on November 28, 2012. 

The Resolution (A/RES/67/200) that instituted the Day encouraged all Member States to organize national celebrations and activities relating to all types of forests, including, but not limited to tree-planting and other community-level and social media outreach events.

This year’s International Day of the Forests, was celebrated on the theme: ‘Healthy Forests mitigate Climate Change’

The theme was chosen to highlight the ways in which forests and climate change are linked, rally global support for greater action and change within nations, and to provide a public platform to heighten awareness about the importance of all types of forests and trees outside forests.

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