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Prices of petrol and diesel have been hiked by a staggering total of Rs60 in less than a month

Refreshingly, what was expected of her was the same thing that was expected of Lara Stone: to take a beautiful picture.

We were making our way to the Rila Mountains, where we were visiting the Rila Monastery where we enjoyed scrambled eggs, toast, mekitsi, local jam and peppermint tea.


After yet another hike in the prices of petroleoum products, netizens vent on social m

edia. Prices of petroleum products have increased by a staggering total of Rs60 in less than a month. This new “revelation” came just hours after the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) announced an increase in the price of power tariffs by Rs7.9 per unit.

Journalist Kazmi Wajahat shared the terrible rush outside petrol pumps before the new prices were set to take effect at 12 midnight.

“Terrible situation outside petrol pumps in Karachi with extremely long queues as [the] government will increase the price by Rs 30 per liter from midnight. A total of Rs 60 per liter has been increased in last few days. And the petrol price will be increased further in coming days.”

Journalist Usman Hanif said that petrol stations have closed due to the rush of people and feared that tensions might escalate.

“People rushed towards #Petrol after [the] government announced another hike of Rs 30 in just few days. pumps shut down to avoid the mobs. People say fuel mafia wants to make extra profit by holding it by 12 tonight as the new prices will take effect after that.”

City Guide for Vienna

Headed over Lions Bridge and made our way to the Sofia Synagogue, then sheltered in the Central Market Hall until the recurrent (but short-lived) mid-afternoon rain passed.

Feeling refreshed after an espresso, we walked a short distance to the small but welcoming Banya Bashi Mosque, then descended into the ancient Serdica complex.

We were exhausted after a long day of travel, so we headed back to the hotel and crashed.

I had low expectations about Sofia as a city, but after the walking tour I absolutely loved the place. This was an easy city to navigate, and it was a beautiful city – despite its ugly, staunch and stolid communist-built surrounds. Sofia has a very average facade as you enter the city, but once you lose yourself in the old town area, everything changes.

Clothes can transform your mood and confidence. Fashion moves so quickly that, unless you have a strong point of view, you can lose integrity. I like to be real. I don’t like things to be staged or fussy. I think I’d go mad if I didn’t have a place to escape to. You have to stay true to your heritage, that’s what your brand is about.

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