The petrol and diesel prices on Wednesday remained unchanged in the four major metro cities — Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai and New Delhi — ahead of the results of the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.
Petrol and diesel prices were increased on Tuesday (May 21) for the second consecutive day across four metro cities in the country after the price of crude went up in the international market. After the daily revision in retail fuel prices
Retail petrol and diesel prices were raised across major cities of the country on Monday (May 20). After today’s rate revision, petrol became dearer by 8-10 paise a litre while diesel prices went up by 15-16 paise per litre. I
Following the daily revision in retail fuel rates, state-run oil marketing companies slashed the price of petrol by 8-9 paise but chose to increase the price of diesel by 5 across four major cities in the country on Friday (May17).
State-run oil marketing companies kept the retail petrol and diesel prices static across major cities of the country on Wednesday (May 15). In national capital Delhi, petrol is being sold for Rs 71.18 per litre while diesel costs Rs 65.86 a litre, no change compared with yesterday’s price.
After the daily revision in retail fuel rates, petrol and diesel prices fell across four metro cities in the country for the sixth successive day on Tuesday (May 14). Petrol prices in all the metro cities decreased by 25-26 paise per litre while diesel became cheaper by 12-13 paise.
tate-run 0il marketing companies slashed the retail prices of petrol and diesel rates across the four metro cities on Monday (May 13) for the fifth successive day. Following the daily revision in prices
Fuel prices declined across major cities, after remaining stable for three straight days, with petrol losing nearly 16 paise while diesel dropped 7-10 paise on Thursday. Petrol price in Mumbai stood at Rs 78.44 a litre while diesel was at Rs 69.74 per litre, at par with levels seen at the end of March.
State-run oil marketing companies have kept the fuel prices unchanged after slashing the petrol rates on Monday, across major cities in India. In Delhi, while petrol is costing Rs 73 per litre, people need to spend Rs 66.66 per litre for diesel.
State-run oil marketing companies kept the retail petrol and diesel prices stagnant across major cities of the country for the second consecutive day on Tuesday (May 7). In national capital Delh