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For a large letter the cost will go up by 5p to [pounds sterling]1.06 for first-class and to 83p for second-class.
Royal Mail defended the hikes by saying the average first and second-class stamp in Europe costs 94p and 74p respectively.
Previously there were 14 coaches, comprising two luggage-cum-brake vans, eight second-class sleeper coaches and one 2-Tier AC and 3-Tier AC coaches, in the Bangalore-Mangalore Central-Karwar Express.
He revealed that an agreement has been made with the Arab Organisation for Industrialization to outfit 400 second-class offices with furniture.
He said: "Choice is do you want to be first-class Scot, running own country or second-class one that lets someone else?" Angus councillor Duff is " Montrose branch secretary of the SNP.
As recently as 2007 a second-class stamp cost just 24p.
Until now, the only difference between first- and second-class compartments was the comfort of cushioned seats, for which the passengers paid a far higher fare.
First-class stamps will go up from 46p to 60p and second-class from 36p to 50p on April 30.
The last posting dates for delivery in the UK are December 20 for first-class, December 17 for second-class and December 22 for special delivery.
But first and second-class cards from Scotland to London and from Norwich to L ondon were delivered at the same time.
"It was we in the DUP who secured devolution on terms acceptable to unionists and who finally scattered those birds of passage, the Direct Rule ministers, for so long the public face of a colonial system of government that consigned us all to the status of second-class citizens," he said.
This 25p enabled us to buy a second-class stamp and have change, but now we are told that the cost of a second-class stamp is going up to 30p in April.