Fuel prices hiked again: Check petrol, diesel rates in Bengaluru, other cities

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June 22, 2021

Bengaluru, June 22: Fuel price hikes continued as petrol and diesel were up by at least 28 paise and 26 paise respectively on Tuesday.

In the financial capital of Mumbai, petrol is now priced at a record Rs 103.63 and diesel at 95.72 a litre each, according to Indian Oil Corporation. In Delhi, petrol stood at Rs 97.50 and diesel Rs 88.23 per litre. 

In Chennai, petrol is Rs 98.65 and diesel at Rs 92.83. While in Kolkata people now have to pay Rs 97.38 for a litre petrol and Rs 91.08 for each litre of diesel.

A litre of petrol costs Rs 100.76 in Bengaluru while a litre of diesel is priced at Rs 93.54. 

Prices of fuels vary from state to state based on differing rates of sales tax and other state levies. 

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July 24,2021

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Puttur, July 24: Mansoor, proprietor of Bolwar Aman Traders, has been chosen president of Rotary Puttur Elite, a social club in Dakshina Kannada. Abdul Razzak, Ranjit Mathias, Naveen Hans were chosen as vice president, secretary and treasurer respectively. 

The other office bearers and members are: Dr Peter Wilson Prabhakar, designated president; Maunesh Vishwakarma, Club Service Director; Abdul Azeez, community director; Karyappa PV, occasional director; Ashwin L Shetty, international director; Laveena Hans, youth director; Dr Vikhyat, polio section; Sudhir B, TRF; Eshwar Bedekar, district project; Shameeruddeen, membership; Rama K, TEACH; Johnson CM, wins; Supreet Manoraj, web; Joyal J Kutinha, CLCC; Muhammad Ansaf, water and sensation; Oscar Anand, rotaract; Padmavati, interact.

The swearing in ceremony of the new office bearers will take place on July 25 at 5 p.m. at Sudana School, Puttur. Vikram Datt, Rotary district secretary, will administer the oath of office. Saif Sultan Syed will be among the guests. 

Founded in 2020, Rotary Puttur Elite has been serving in the fielding for health, education and information under the leadership of founder president Vijay Harwin. 

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July 27,2021

Mangaluru, Jul 27: The High Court on Tuesday asked the Karnataka government to furnish by August 25, action taken report against those found guilty in the December 19, 2019 police firing incident in Mangaluru during a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act.

A single judge bench led by Chief Justice A S Okha heard the Public Interest Litigation filed by Freedom Fighter H S Doreswamy, former mayor Ashraf and others seeking to direct the government to initiate an SIT inquiry into the incident.

State Counsel P Tejesh said the magisterial probe is complete and the investigation officer, Udupi Deputy Commissioner Jagadeesh has submitted report to the government. Later, the Magistrate Report was handed over to the Court in a sealed cover.

He said the report is being scrutinised by the state government which will shortly decide on the action to be taken against the guilty and sought two weeks' time for the same.

Paying heed to the demand, the Court directed the government to file the action taken report by August 25 in a sealed cover.

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July 28,2021

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Bengaluru, July 28: Basavaraj Bommai took oath as the 26th Karnataka Chief Minister at Raj Bhavan today, with B S Yediyurappa and other senior leaders present at the ceremony.

Bommai visited a temple ahead of the oath-taking. BJP supporters gathered outside Raj Bhavan ahead of Basavaraj Bommai’s oath-taking ceremony. 

Bommai's appointment is the second instance in the state's politics for a father-son duo to have occupied the top post. 

Soon after his election as the leader of the BJP legislature party, Bommai, along with caretaker Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa, drove to the Raj Bhavan to stake claim to form the government on Tuesday.

Ending months of speculation over his exit, Yediyurappa on Monday stepped down as the Chief Minister, coinciding with his government completing two years in office. The Governor had accepted Yediyurappa's resignation and dissolved the Council of Ministers headed by him, with immediate effect, but had asked him to continue to function as Chief Minister till alternate arrangements were made.

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