The petrol prices in the national capital on Wednesday witnessed a rise of 0.13 rupees per litre while diesel became costlier by 0.19 paise per litre. Petrol in Delhi now costs Rs 71.27 per litre while diesel rate touched Rs 65.90 per litre.
The prices of petrol and diesel witnessed the sixth straight rise on Tuesday. In national capital Delhi, the price of petrol increased by Rs 0.13 at Rs 71.27 a litre. Diesel was being sold at Rs 65.90 a litre (increased by Rs 0.19).
The prices of petrol and diesel witnessed the fifth straight rise on Monday. In national capital Delhi, the price of petrol increased by Rs 0.19 at Rs 71.14 a litre. Diesel was being sold at Rs 65.71 a litre (increased by Rs 0.26).
The prices of petrol and diesel continued their upward trend for the third consecutive day on Saturday. In national capital Delhi the prices of petrol increased by Rs 0.17 at Rs. 70.72/litre.
Petrol and diesel prices continued to rise on Saturday. Petrol price in New Delhi saw an increase of 17 paise and being retailing at Rs 70.72 per litre, while the price of diesel was hiked by 19 paise to be sold at Rs 65.16 per litre.
Petrol and diesel prices witnessed another hike across the country on Friday. After a marginal hike of 0.08 paisa, petrol was being sold for Rs 70.55 per litre in the national capital, while diesel price stood at Rs 64.97 per litre after an increase of 19 paisa.
Petrol and diesel prices continue to increase in different parts of the country on Thursday with one liter of petrol now selling at Rs. 70.47/litre (increase by Rs 0.14) in Delhi. The price of a liter of diesel in Delhi is now Rs 64.78/litre (increase by Rs. 0.19).
After a steep rise in the prices of petrol and diesel on Tuesday, prices of petrol witnessed a decline of Rs 0.08, however diesel prices were hiked by as much as Rs 0.13.
Transport fuel rates were hiked for the sixth time this month and saw their steepest rise on Monday, amid global crude oil rates continuing to climb handsomely following the implementation of output cuts by oil producers from January 1
Fuel prices continued to rise for the fourth consecutive day, as the Indian Oil Corporation announced a fresh revision of prices on Saturday. In the national capital, petrol and diesel are being sold at Rs 69.26 and Rs 63.10 per litre