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Gold Price Today: Gold cheaper by Rs 7900

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Gold prices have made a strong recovery in the past few weeks. In early July, 10 grams of gold was trading at around Rs 46,500 on Muti Commodity Exchnage (MCX). However, gold prices breached the Rs 48,000 mark last week. On Friday (June 16), gold was trading around at Rs 48,300 per 10 grams on MCX, around Rs 100 less than yesterday’s closing rate.

The fall in gold prices today could be a wonderful opportunity for investors looking to put their money on the yellow metal as experts are hoping that the rates might increase in the coming weeks.

Gold prices current week

Day             Gold (MCX August Futures)

Monday          Rs 47774/10 grams

Tuesday          Rs 47889/10 grams

Wednesday Rs 48299/10 grams

Thursday Rs 48400/10 grams

Thursday Rs 48306/10 grams (currently trading)

Gold prices last week

Day Gold (MCX August Futures)

Monday Rs 47299/10 grams

Tuesday Rs 47684/10 grams

Wednesday Rs 47910/10 grams

Thursday Rs 47721/10 grams

Friday Rs 47856/10 grams

Gold rates are cheaper by Rs 7900 from all-time highs

In 2020, investors of the stock market flocked to invest in precious metals due to the COVID-19 pandemic driven crash of public markets. With the economic distress in place, investors invested heavily in metals like gold, thereby fuelling the rally.

Thanks to the rally, gold hit its record high of Rs 56,191 in August 2020. If you compared record prices with today’s gold rate, then you’ll find that gold is currently selling cheaper by Rs 7900 from its all-time highs.

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Got 1 rupee Indian coin? Here’s how it will make you a crorepati

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A 1 rupee Indian coin lying idle in your collection box could pave the way for you to earn crores of rupees just from the comfort of your home, provided you ensure that currency in your possession matches certain criteria. You could earn nearly Rs 10 crore by selling it online. For selling notes and currency of collection you can visit websites that deal with them with a very high premium.

Actually, the coin of Rs 1 that we have mentioned above was auctioned for Rs 10 crore. But this coin is not an ordinary coin. The coin that has been auctioned at such a high premium was printed during British rule and was printed in 1885. Incase you are in possession of such a coin, you too could get Rs 10 crore for it on the online auction.

There are several websites that deal in auctioning of such rare coins. To auction these old coins, you can also visit OLX. You will need to create your login ID and auction your coin. Additionally, you can also auction coins by creating your ID on indiamart.com. You will have to share the photo of your coin for the auction.

Several people are into buying antique goods while several coin collectors are also out there who would go to any length to acquire rare coins.

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Big news for Aadhaar card holders! Now get mobile number updated at your door step

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In what could come as a major relief for Aadhaar card holders, updating their mobile numbers on the 12 digit Unique Identification card is now available at their doorsteps.

Individuals can now update mobile numbers on their Aadhaar cards at their doorstep with the help of a postman. India Post Payments Bank and Unique Identification Authority of India under an arrangement will allow postmen to update mobile numbers of Aadhaar cardholders. The service will be available through a network of 650 India Post Payments Bank, 1.46 lakh postmen and Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS).

At present, IPPB is only providing mobile update service and will very soon also enable child enrolment service through its network.

Meanwhile, Aadhaar issuing body Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) had a couple of months ago listed out 4 important charges for Aadhaar Services in its fresh tweet.

“New Aadhaar Enrolment and MBU (at 5&15 yrs) are free. Charges for updating Aadhaar are fixed: ₹50 for demographic update & ₹100 for biometric update (with/without demographic update). Call 1947 or write to us at [email protected] if you are asked to pay extra,” UIDAI has tweeted.

Aadhaar Enrolment charges: Free

Mandatory Biometric Update with or without Demographic update: Free

Demographic update (Name, Address, Date of Birth, Gender, Mobile Number, E-mail): Rs 50

Biometric update with or without Demographic update: Rs 100

Other than the above you can also order for Aadhaar PVC Card. It can be ordered online through uidai.gov.in or resident.uidai.gov.in using Aadhaar number, Virtual ID or Enrolment ID. Users can do so by paying a nominal charge of Rs 50. Aadhaar PVC Card is delivered to the resident’s address by speed post.

 

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Explained – How to get a new photo for your Aadhaar card

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Aadhaar card is required for a host of services ranging from filing income tax, to linking with pan card. The 12-digt identification number is also one of a very important proof of identification. In order to avail Aadhaar Online services, it is also important to have a registered Mobile Number linked to the Aadhaar card.

While UIDAI allows for a variety of Aadhaar related details to be changed online, for a few other services like changing of picture or biometric details, you will have to to visit Aadhaar kendras.

If you are not very happy with your existing picture on Aadhaar card, you can get it changed.

In order to get your Aadhaar picture updated, you should visit a nearby Aadhaar Enrolment Centre/ Aadhaar Sewa Kendra and furnish the following details.

1. Download the Aadhaar Enrolment Form from UIDAI’s website.

2. Fill-up the form.

3. Submit the form to the Aadhaar Enrolment executive and provide your biometric details.

4. Your live photograph will be taken at the Aadhaar Enrolment Centre/ Aadhaar Sewa Kendra.

5. Pay a fee of Rs 25 + GST to get the details updated

6. You will be provided an acknowledgement slip containing the update request number (URN).

7. The URN can be used to check the Aadhaar update status

Once your request to change the photo in Aadhar is processed, you can download it online from the UIDAI portal.

 

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