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heat wave conditions remain suppression until May 29-30;  Waterlogging and flight delays add woes Qutub beacon in Delhi (Express File Photo)

After the reports appear on Sunday that the ministry of Culture ordered an archaeological survey of India (ASI) to conduct excavations at Qutb Minar in Delhi, officials in The department told the Indian Express that no such orders had been issued so far. Union Culture Minister JK Reddy also He explained, “No decision It has been taken.”

Culture Minister Govind Mohan visited the memorial on On Saturday, it was then reported that the International Space Agency had been ordered to carry out excavations to ascertain if the UNESCO World Heritage site had been made. built Written by Qutbuddin Aybak in The twelfth century or the Gupta Empire much earlier. The ministry insisted that it was a regular A field visit by its officials and not like this decision have taken so far. ASI officials were not available for comment.

a few days ago, former Regional ASI director Dharamvir Sharma was quoted as saying that Qutub Minar was in fact the “Sun Tower” built By Chandragupta Vikramaditya of Gupta Empire in Fifth century.

A day after the center reduced taxes duty on fuel prices, prices of Gasoline and diesel in it was delhi reduced at Rs 8.69 per liter and Rs 7.05 per liter respectively. The new Prices started in From 6 am on Sunday. While petrol and diesel dealers, vehicle Move taxi owners and associations welcomed, taxi and auto rickshaw unions were unhappy as there was no subsidy or subsidy. on CNG.

Gasoline prices in The city Exceeded the Rs 100 mark (per liter) in The past few months. As of Saturday, petrol was sold at Rs 105.45 per liter and diesel at Rs 96.71 per liter. after discount in Prices, petrol now costs Rs 96.76, while diesel costs Rs 89.66 at Hindustan Petroleum pumps and Rs 89.62 per liter at Indian Oil and Bharat Petroleum.

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