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HYDERABAD: Syndicate Bank has announced that it would keep the counters of some of its branches open in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad on March 31 beyond business hours for accepting all Central and State Government taxes, both direct and indirect.

While stating that the tax payers can use the extended business hours for depositing tax amounts, the bank has, however, urged them to pay the taxes before the scheduled time without waiting for late hours to avoid any inconvenience.

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