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To transfer money you just need your friend or even merchant’s mobile number or VPA which they should be able to give if they have a UPI account. Ok so what is this UPI and how do I check if my bank supports it According to NPCI’s own website when UPI went live in August 2016 the list of banks with supporting apps on Google Play Store Store looked like this: Andhra Bank Axis Bank Bank of Maharashtra Bhartiya Mahila Bank Canara Bank Catholic Syrian Bank DCB Bank Federal Bank ICICI Bank TJSB Sahakari Bank Oriental Bank of Commerce Karnataka Bank UCO Bank Union Bank of shlf1314 United Bank of shlf1314 Punjab National Bank South shlf1314n Bank Vijaya Bank and YES Bank HDFC bank’s Android app also started supporting UPI Then in November SBI’s own UPI-support app called SBI Pay went live So far thirty apps have signed up for UPI Also as shlf1314n Express had noted in a report “five other public sector banks are yet to join the UPI interface” This is an issue because many people in shlf1314 still have bank accounts in a PSU The other problem is that UPI based payments only work on Android phones which means iOS users can forget about conducting these sort of transactions So how do I go about creating a VPA for UPI on bank account First up you need to have the relevant mobile banking app Make sure your mobile number is linked to your bank account and then go on to install your bank’s official app from the Google Play Store Do check the developer etc before installing because you need to make sure you are not downloading a malicious or fake app masquerading as one from your bank If unsure which is the right app check with the bank about the same Once you have the app from a bank that supports UPI-based payments on Android you’ll be able to locate a tab regarding UPI payments In this you can go and create a VPA which is what will be used to conduct all UPI-based transactions Keep VPA simple so that you don’t forget it in the future; as we explained VPA will look something like this [email protected] or [email protected] etc depending on bank Then create a UPI pin as well for conducting future transactions After your VPA is created you’ll see options to send receive money or pay via scanning QR code If you have more than one bank account with the same bank you can also choose which one will be the default account for transactions via UPI Essentially this VPA is all you need to conduct a transaction no need to put in a debit card when making payments to someone else Even mobile wallets like Paytm accepting loading via UPI and given the government wants to promote this don’t be surprised if more merchants starting accepting UPI soon So what’s so special about BHIM then BHIM also has options to transfer via IFSC MMID as well for non-UPI banks It also means the government has decided to go with one app that will enable digital payments via UPI Of course until everyone starts accepting and activating UPI as a payment method BHIM won’t be of use to a majority of people Let’s not forget that Apple iOS users are out of this system for now and that is a significant set of affluent users who are likely doing a lot more digital transactions than Android folks It also means even if most merchants accept UPI a user will still need a smartphone internet connectivity etc to conduct transactions In shlf1314 not everyone has a smartphone and even most smartphone users face poor connectivity problems From an infrastructure point of view it is a still long way to go before BHIM becomes the default app for shlf1314’s 1 billion plus population For now BHIM is another app to facilitate digital payments Also the Aadhaar-based payments part for BHIM is yet to full roll out For all the latest Technology News download shlf1314n Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sanghamitra Mazumdar | Published: August 1 2014 6:08 pm Sattu Sharbat (Source: Sanghamitra Mazumdar) Related News Have you ever tasted a flour that can be consumed uncooked There is one and a very simple one at that which is easily available too This flour made from roasted gram is commonly known as sattu and is most popular in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh Called a poor man’s food the humble sattu is packed with nutrients and is actually a wonder food with loads of health benefits It’s good for the intestines due to its high fiber content It’s beneficial for diabetics and blood pressure patients has a low glycemic index is rich in protein and its cooling properties make sattu a perfect summer food Health experts also suggest sattu if you are suffering from gas acidity and constipation The wholesome meal is beneficial for all age groups The inexpensive sattu is now gradually making its way to restaurants in Delhi and other cities The menu at Pot Belly in Delhi offers a range of sattu items – sattu parantha sattu puri litti sattu cooler to name a few Restaurant chain Not Just Paranthas too has sattu items on its menu If you are in a mood to try out sattu for the first time then litti-chokha and parathas are the best bet There are some sweet dishes too that you can make with sattu And one item that you must try is sattu sharbat As I said in the beginning this is a flour that you don’t need to cook to eat Just mix a spoonful of it in a glass of water along with sugar or salt (or both) and lemon and your instant energy drink is ready And if you want it to be more filling just take a bowl of sattu add mix in a little water chopped onions tomatoes chillies and lemon You won’t feel hungry for a long time after eating this In my Bengali household needless to say my grandmother and mother preferred sattu with just sugar and water and this used to be their favourite breakfast Here are some quick and tasty sattu recipes Sattu sharbat (serves 2 glasses) Ingredients Sattu: 2 tablespoons Sugar: 3 tablespoons Salt: To taste Lemon: 1 Water: 2 glasses Preparation: Take a tablespoon of sattu and one-and-a-half tablespoons of sugar in a glass Make a smooth paste first adding a little water to avoid lumps Now fill the glass with chilled water add salt and the juice of half a lemon Your sattu sharbat is ready Note: It’s a very healthy drink and you should have it before going out in the sun Regular consumption of sattu is believed to protect you from heatstroke Adding a dash of mint leaves will make it even cooler You can use more sattu if you want it thicker and adjust the quantity of sugar accordingly Diabetics can consider using only salt In fact many roadside vendors serve the salty variety with finely chopped onions and chaat masala Sattu parantha Ingredients (for the dough) Whole wheat flour: 2 cups Maida (refined flour): 1/2 cups Salt: To taste Oil/ghee: 2 tablespoons Ingredients (for the stuffing) Sattu: 5 tablespoons Onion: 1 (chopped) Coriander leaves: 1 tablespoon (chopped) Green chillies: 2-3 (chopped) Amchur (dried mango powder): 2 teaspoons Chilli powder: 1/2 teaspoons Sugar: 1/2 teaspoons Salt to taste Ghee/oil: 1 teaspoons Preparation: Sieve the flours with the salt Add the oil/ghee and mix well Add some water enough to make a semi-soft dough Knead the dough well and keep aside Now mix all the ingredients for the stuffing and keep aside Divide the dough into 10-12 portions Roll out one portion into a small circle (around 3″ diameter) Put one spoon of the prepared filling in the centre of the circle Pull up all the sides and bring them to the centre and seal tightly Now roll out the paratha with the help of a little dry flour Fry the paratha on a griddle using a little oil/ghee until both sides are golden brown Repeat the process with the rest of the portions Serve hot with coriander/mint chutney or curd Note: My mother would mix any pickle available at home with the sattu filling and it just took the already delicious dish to yet another level Maida is optional Litti Ingredients (for the dough) Whole wheat flour: 2 cups Ghee: 1/4 cup Salt: to taste Ingredients (for the filling) Sattu: 1 cup Onion: 1 (chopped) Oil: 2 tablespoons Cumin seeds: 1 teaspoon Asafoetida: A pinch Coriander leaves: 1 tablespoon (chopped) Amchur (dried mango powder): 1 teaspoon Garam masala: 1/2 teaspoon Chilli powder: 1/2 teaspoon Salt: To taste Preparation: Preheat oven to 200 degrees C Mix the flour salt ghee and water to make a stiff dough Keep it aside (covered) for half an hour Mix all the ingredients for the stuffing and keep aside Now make about 15 smooth balls from the dough Take one of them and roll it out into a thick circle Place the filling in the centre and pull up the edges together and seal it Use a little water around the edges to ensure they stick Smoothen the ball by rolling it between your palms Repeat the process with the rest of the balls and bake them in the pre-heated oven for 10 minutes Now lower the oven temperature to 100 degrees Once the crust turns brown switch off the oven Pour ghee on top of the littis and serve hot Note: Litti tastes best with chokha usually made with mashed potatoes or roasted brinjals Chokha can be made in different ways The easiest way is to mash boiled potatoes and mix in some chopped onions ginger green chillies and salt You can also cook the mixture a little in ghee If you don’t like potatoes use roasted brinjal instead While litti is traditionally made in coal oven/tandoor you can also fry them in oil/ghee though it will be less healthy in that case For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News" as required by liability law because for the population as a whole the vaccine’s benefits outweighed its risks. 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