Fuel prices rose on Monday again. In the national capital, petrol and diesel prices were at Rs 82. 72 per litre and Rs 75.46 per litre respectively. That is the rise of Rs 0.08 from Sunday. In Mumbai, petrol was priced at Rs 88.18 per litre and diesel was at Rs 79.11 per litre which is an increase of Rs 0.09 respectively.
It is reported that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Monday brainstorm with chief executives of top global and Indian oil and gas companies on emerging energy scenario. Despite the government’s move earlier this month to reduce VAT on fuel prices by Rs 2.5 and several BJP-ruled states announcing a similar rate cut on petrol and diesel prices, there has not been much relief for the common as the petrol reached Rs 82.72 per litre in Delhi and Rs 88.18 in Mumbai on Sunday. Read more
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