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Petrol-Diesel Prices on August 4, 2022: Check full list of fuel prices in your city

The rising inflation of petrol and diesel has stopped for the last 70 days. Government oil companies have released new rates for petrol and diesel today, August 4, 2022. Check the full list of petrol-diesel prices in different cities.

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The rising inflation of petrol and diesel has stopped for the last 70 days. Government oil companies have released new rates for petrol and diesel today, August 4, 2022.

The last time, when the government at the Center reduced the excise duty on petrol and diesel was on May 21, 2022. After this, petrol became cheaper by Rs 9.50 and diesel by Rs 7 per litre across the country.

However, after this many state governments also reduced VAT on petrol and diesel, after which the price of petrol and diesel have been reduced in these states.

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Petrol-Diesel Price List of Different Cities

Petrol price in Mumbai is Rs 111.35 and Diesel is Rs 97.28 per litre

Petrol price in Delhi is Rs 96.72 and Diesel Price is Rs 89.62 per litre

Petrol price in Chennai is Rs 102.63 and Diesel is Rs 94.24 per litre

Petrol price in Kolkata is Rs 106.03 and Diesel is Rs 92.76 per litre

Petrol price in Noida is Rs 96.57 and Diesel is Rs 89.96 per litre

Petrol price in Lucknow is Rs 96.57 and Diesel is Rs 89.76 per litre

Petrol price in Jaipur is Rs 108.48 and Diesel Rs 93.72 per litre

Petrol price in Thiruvananthapuram is Rs 107.71 and Diesel is Rs 96.52 per litre

Petrol price in Patna is Rs 107.24 and Diesel is Rs 94.04 per litre

Petrol price in Gurugram is Rs 97.18 and Diesel is Rs 90.05 per litre

Petrol price in Bengaluru is Rs 101.94 and Diesel is Rs 87.89 per litre

Petrol price in Bhubaneswar is Rs 103.19 and Diesel is Rs 94.76 per litre

Petrol price in Chandigarh is Rs 96.20 and Diesel is Rs 84.26 per litre

Petrol price in Hyderabad is Rs 109.66 and Diesel is Rs 97.82 per litre

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Gujarat: Bajrang Dal activists beat up Muslim youths for entering Garba event in Ahmedabad

Reports say the incident took place in the Sindhu Bhavan area on Tuesday night.

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A video is doing rounds on social media wherein Bajrang Dal activists can be seen thrashing Muslim youths for entering a Garba event in Gujarat’s Ahmedabad. Reports say the incident took place in the Sindhu Bhavan area on Tuesday night.

In the now-viral video, Bajarang Dal members can be seen beating up two Muslim youths. One of the youths is stripped, punched, and kicked by the activists donning saffron scarves.

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Reports also stated that Bajrang Dal activists are taking rounds around all Garba venues to prevent the entry of Muslim men. According to them, Muslim men only enter Garba events to lure Hindu women leading to love jihad.

A VHP Bajrang Dal spokesperson informed that as many as forty activists visited two Garba venues on Tuesday and distributed pamphlets among women and girls to create awareness against Love Jihad. They asked the girls and women to be careful while speaking to men from other religions or communities, reports said.

Soon after the video of Bajrang Dal activists went viral, social media users reacted to it. While a section of users condemned the act and slammed the outfit for unnecessary moral policing, others showed their support.

One user wrote RSS, VHP, and Bajrang Dal are involved in violent activities against religions other than Hindus. The user further wrote that it’s a form of provoked extremism and such organisations should be banned.

Another user questioned the law and order and slammed Bajrang Dal. Yet another user called the incident humiliating and merciless.

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Meanwhile, Navratri started on September 26 this year. The 9-day-long festival will end on October 5 with Vijaya Dashmi. Multiple Garba events have been organised in different cities across India which makes the festival exuberant.

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Ayodhya primary school children get rice-salt in mid day meal |WATCH

The Uttar Pradesh police had booked a local journalist for filming children eating roti and salt in the mid-day meals

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A principal of a government school in Uttar Pradesh’s Ayodhya district has been suspended after a viral video showed just boiled rice mixed with salt being served to the school children in a mid-day meal.

A video of school children eating rice-salt in mid-day meals inside the school in Ayodhya is doing rounds on social media.

The 2-minute video, shot by the student’s parents, shows children seated on the floor and eating the rice-and-salt served under the Centre’s Mid-Day Meal Scheme.

The cameraperson also shows a wall painted with the Mid-Day Meal menu which mentioned milk, roti, dal, vegetable and rice in lunch.

Where does this menu say rice-salt ? the man asked in the video.

Taking cognizance of the matter, District Magistrate Nitish Kumar said he has suspended the school principal on the basis of the video, which is doing rounds on social media. The DM has also ordered an inquiry into the case.

The food has to be served as per the scheme menu. No laxity will be tolerated, Kumar said.

In 2019, Pawan Jaiswal, a journalist with a Hindi newspaper in Mirzapur district, had been suspended days after he filmed children eating roti and salt in the mid-day meals served in a primary school in Mirzapur district of Uttar Pradesh.

The Uttar Pradesh police had booked him for hatching a conspiracy to defame the government. Later, he was cleared by the UP police.

The video had sparked an opposition backlash against the BJP government in the state. The case was registered 10 days after the video went viral.

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Milan Fashion Week 2022: Models fall intentionally on ramp to showcase fall fashion, video viral

Beate Karlsson, the creative director of AVAVAV launched his new line ‘Filthy Rich’ at the Milan Fashion Week 2022.

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This year, Milan Fashion Week is turning heads with its unusual and unconventional fashion themes and its interpretations. A video of the popular fashion week is doing rounds on the internet wherein models could be seen giving the literal interpretation of ‘Fall Fashion’.

In the now-viral video, models in trendy-contemporary clothes could be seen falling on the ramp intentionally during the fall fashion walk.

Beate Karlsson, the creative director of AVAVAV launched his new line ‘Filthy Rich’ at the Milan Fashion Week 2022. The collection saw blingy couture with knee-high furry boots, dollar-sign emblems, oversized jackets, hoodies, and a new splash of colours.

Sharing the video on Instagram, the designer shared a heartfelt note and opened up about how she devoted herself to escapism, embracing a vulgar style with one core focus which is looking rich.

The designer wants to look rich, feel rich and want to take it to an outrageous level, the note read.

Karlsson also wrote it may sound silly but she have enjoyed her fake wealth in this tough climate and wanted to do a parody of a fashion show to go with the pathetic theme of this collection, and of fashion’s extreme superficiality, at a time when so many fake richness but the risk to fall down hard.

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Earlier, luxury brand Gucci grabbed eyeballs after it featured 68 pairs of identical twins dressed in matching outfits. The Gucci collection showcased sequinned separates, asymmetrical dresses, gleaming silver ensembles, ornate jackets, and several bevvies of other eclectic numbers.

The concept behind the direction was explained by Gucci on Instagram which revealed that creative director Alessandro Michele paid tribute to the twins and their bond with the show Gucci Twinsburg.

Have a look at the Gucci post here:

Milan Fashion Week 2022 started on September 20.

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