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In Delhi, petrol is being sold 23 paise higher at Rs 70.12 per litre and diesel at Rs 65.45 per litre after a 29 paise hike.
In New Delhi, petrol is being sold 17 paise higher at Rs. 70.72/litre, and diesel at Rs. 65.16/litre after a 19 paise hike.
A month-long awareness programme, ‘SAKSHAM-2019’, organised by the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, kick-started at Tummalapalli Kalakshetram on Thursday.
They took a land measuring one acre from one Mahender Goud and built a compound wall and erected a big shed to make others believe that they were running a scrap business.
Governor Vajubhai Vala on Wednesday said there should be a restriction on the usage of old vehicles.
According to the NCRB data released on November 30, 2016, 11 per cent of the overall fake 2,000-rupee notes seized in the country were from Karnataka
On January 12, Mnangagwa announced an increase in petrol prices from USD 1.34 to USD 3.31 per litre and diesel prices to USD 3.11 per litre, which ignited the anti-fuel price hike demonstrations.
This is the fifth consecutive day of increase in rates and sixth hike this month.
This is the first time that fuel prices reached Rs 70-mark in the year 2019. While petrol price witnessed a hike of 38 paise, diesel got costlier by 49 paise in Delhi.
The increase -- third this month -- comes on the back of a 38 paise increase in petrol rates and 29 paise in case of diesel announced on Thursday.
While petrol price witnessed a hike of 19 paise, diesel got costlier by 28 paise in Delhi.
The department, which is marching towards self-sufficiency, achieved Rs 495.85 crore turnover and earned a net profit of Rs 16.72 crore last year.
The state government had on September 17 reduced its tax on petrol to 28.75 per cent from 32 per cent and diesel to 17.73 per cent from 21 per cent in a bid to give relief to the people.
Petrol and diesel in Karnataka will cost `2 more from Saturday with the state government deciding on Friday to reimpose taxes that it had withdrawn in September last year.
CPCL, which is a subsidiary of Indian Oil Corporation is a JV between the Government of India, National Iranian Oil Co and US-based AMOCO.