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Major News and Events of 16 June 2017

What Happened on 16 June 2017


Polling begins for Shimla Municipal Corporation
According to reports, the polling for Shimla Municipal Corporation has begun. Around 90,000 voters are expected to select their candidates for 34 wards of the town. 
Electronic voting machines are being used in all the 34 wards. Reports suggests that counting would be taken up tomorrow.
Petrol and Diesel prices to be revised daily
According to reports, there will be daily revision of retail prices of petrol and diesel from 16 June. Reports suggest that the Oil Marketing Companies decided to make revision in retail selling prices of petrol and diesel everyday at six in the morning.
This decision will make the retail prices of petrol and diesel more reflective of the current market conditions.



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