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Petrol price update: From highest to lowest, here’s list of petrol prices in top countries

Petrol price in Delhi has been decreased by Rs 8 after the decision of the Delhi cabinet. The price of petrol has reduced VAT from 30% to 19.40%.

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On Thursday, December 2, 2021, the prices of petrol and diesel remained unchanged across the country. Petrol price in Delhi has been decreased by Rs 8 after the decision of the Delhi cabinet. However, diesel remains unchanged at Rs. 86.67 per litre in Delhi.

Despite the fact that the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and other major oil producers agreed to keep supply restrictions in place until early next year, petrol prices have stayed low even while output from Libya, Nigeria, Canada, and the United States has grown.

Petrol price in Delhi has been decreased by Rs 8 after the decision of the Delhi cabinet. However, diesel remains unchanged at Rs. 86.67 per litre in Delhi. The price of petrol has reduced VAT from 30% to 19.40%.in Delhi has been decreased by Rs 8 after the decision of the Delhi cabinet. The price of petrol has reduced VAT from 30% to 19.40%.

The petrol price has increased to Rs 95.97. The price was Rs 103.97 before the decrease. After fuel prices reached an all-time high in the first week of November, the Centre announced a cut in excise tax of Rs 5 per litre on petrol and Rs 10 per litre on diesel.

According to globalpetrolprices.com, the nations with the cheapest petrol price are generally oil-rich countries like Venezuela at $0.02 ($0.09 per gallon), Iran at $0.06 ($0.27 per gallon), and Syria at $0.23 ($1.04 per gallon).

Venezuela is the world’s cheapest country to buy petrol, with a litre costing only 2 pence (GBP). Angola, Algeria, Kuwait, Nigeria, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, and Ethiopia are some of the other countries in the world where fuel is extremely cheap, with the rates around $0.50.

Moreover, Hong Kong is the country with the highest petrol price.

What are the top countries with cheapest petrol price?

The top three producers of petrol in recent history, are the the United States, Russia, and Saudi Arabia. All of these countries has been seen for the significant production of petrol in the past, which also declined in the past. 

Although, since year 2014, they have all been producing around their peak rates of 9 to 11 million barrels per day. Saudi Arabia and Russia rank first and second, respectively, in terms of oil-exporting countries. 

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In November 2019, the United States has produced 12.86 million barrels per day (b/d), which is the greatest monthly amount of crude oil production in the country’s history. For the first time since 1953, the country has become net oil and gas exporter in May of 2019.

Here’s the list with lowest petrol prices:

1. Venezuela – $0.04

2. Saudi Arabia – $1.29

3. Turkmenistan –$1.29

4. Algeria – S1.47

5. Egypt – $1.56

6. Kuwait – $1.56

7. Iran – $1.68

8. Ecuador – $1.77

9. Bahrain – $1.91

10. Qatar – $2.12

What are the top countries with highest petrol price?

In September 2021, Hong Kong was the most costly place to buy petrol, with a litre costing $2.56 (192). The next country is Netherlands, which follows with a litre of petrol costing $2.18 (163).

Here’s the list of countries with highest petrol prices:

1. Hong Kong – $8.62

2. Iceland – $8.44

3. Norway – $8.35

4. Monaco – $7.83

5. Israel – $7.77

6. Netherlands – $7.72

7. Italy – $7.69

8. Greece – $7.59

9. Mayotte – $7.35

10. Denmark – $7.3

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Delhi: 11-year-old gang-raped by two seniors in school washroom, case registered

The incident was reported from Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan School in Delhi.

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In yet another chilling incident, an 11-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped by two seniors inside the school washroom. The incident was reported from Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan School in Delhi.

According to the reports, the alleged incident took place in July but the matter was highlighted by the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Thursday after the victim approached the police on Tuesday.

The authorities have registered a case against the accused. The school’s regional office has also ordered an inquiry into the incident.

DCW has called the alleged gang rape a serious matter and has issued a notice to Delhi Police and the school principal for not reporting the incident. The commission has demanded to know from the school management the reason behind hiding the incident.

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However, according to school officials, neither the victim nor her parents informed the principal about the incident. They claimed the incident came to light only when the victim approached the police.  The regional office of the school has requested an investigation into the situation. The school further said that the issue was also not raised at a parent-teacher meeting that was held after the incident.

DCW Chairperson Swati Maliwal said the minor has alleged that she was gang-raped by two students of classes 11 and 12 in the school’s washroom. The incident happened when the victim was on her way to her classroom when she collided with the two boys.

She claimed to have apologized to the boys, but they began to abuse her and pulled her into a toilet. She said that the boys raped her and then locked the toilet door from the inside. She claimed that when she alerted a teacher about the incident, the teacher informed her that the boys had been expelled and that the incident had supposedly been covered up.

Police are currently questioning the faculty and suspected students. Additionally, the DCW has requested an action-taken report from the police.

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Viral: Faridabad Metro passengers interpret CISF’s mock drill to be real terror threat, internet in splits | Watch

Another user came forward and remarked on the women’s comments in the video where the user wittily remarked that this is some type of Ekta Kapoor logic, implying that woman added a lot of seasoning into the matter when she spread the fake information about terrorist activities in Faridabad.

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Passengers who regularly travel in the metro from and around the Faridabad areas had the chance to witness one of the rarest occasions of CISF soldiers standoff with a terrorist.
The video footage from the NHPC Chowk metro in Faridabad has been making rounds on the internet as the footage shows once-in-a-blue moon incidents between the CISF soldiers and an alleged terrorist. However after the video surfaced, the reports claimed that it was a mock drill and not a stand-off between the CISF soldiers and a terrorist.

In the video, a battalion of soldiers can be seen pointing their weapons at a man, who is on his knees and facing the fall. The woman, who is making the video, can be heard claiming that it was being announced regularly that there were some terrorist activities in the Faridabad area and that’s why the CISF force was being instated in large numbers throughout the districts of Faridabad.

However, there was a fact check done by multiple news sources which relayed that this particular incident was a mock drill that was conducted by CISF on June 24th. Although, it will be fitting to say that the passengers who assumed that it was a real stand-off between the soldiers and a terrorist would have been electrified by the movie-like visuals transpiring in front of them.

Many internet users came forward and added their amusing takes to the video as one user wrote that terrorist activities are temporary but the announcement of please stand away from the doors is permanent, slyly remarking that even in the time of alleged terrorist threat, the Delhi metro announcement is more worried about standing away from the doors.

Another user came forward and remarked on the woman’s comment in the video where the user wittily remarked that this is some type of Ekta Kapoor logic, implying that woman added a lot of seasoning into the matter when she spread the fake information about terrorist activities in Faridabad.

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Watch: Parents request BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri to resolve local school issues, Bidhuri replies why they birthed their kids | Watch

One parent, in the video, stated that the during the time of elections these BJP leaders implore and ask for votes from us, and do not ask such questions because our votes hold value.

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Delhi BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri’s video has emerged on the internet where the BJP MP, in response to the problems in a local school, can be seen asking the parents why have they birthed their children. The parents after hearing his remarks can be seen to be infuriated.

In the video, the BJP MP can be heard asking why did the parents birth their kids, the parents while talking to the press were enraged at the uncouth way the BJP leader dealt with the situation. One parent, in the video, stated that the during the time of elections these BJP leaders implore and ask for votes from us, and do not ask such questions because our votes hold value.

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Another parent remarked that now we have to ask permission from these leaders before birthing and raising a child, whereas another parent urged and promised the MP to start the school and resolve all the issues in the school, promising, if he can resolve all the issues, the member of the parents association will garland and praise the BJP MP for his task.

Twitter users, while being enraged by the statement made by Bidhuri, trenchantly remarked on the incident as one user came forward and wrote and highlighted the type of people the BJP gives tickets to run in the elections.

Whereas, another Twitter user remarked that this is the representative of the people and instead of finding solutions to the problem, the MP himself has problems with people’s issues. The user further proclaimed that despite this, the people will still vote for him, suggesting the hero-worship culture of voting which is followed by some factions of the country.

Another incident of a similar nature transpired in Bihar where a girl asked IAS Harjyot Kaur, Bihar Women Development Corporation’s Managing Director for the sanitary pads to be made available for free. To this request, IAS Harjyot Kaur, asked if there is an end to the demands made by the public and further asked that right now you are asking for sanitary pads and tomorrow you will ask for condoms.

The statement by the official enraged Twitter as many people came to check the official’s remark and asked if India is a welfare state, then why are people’s demands being dismissed and becoming a taboo topic for her.

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