Fuel prices fell on Friday for the second consecutive day, as petrol slipped by 17 paise per litre and diesel by 16 p/l, across major cities of the country. In Delhi, petrol retailed at Rs 70.18 per litre, as against yesterday’s Rs 70.35, while diesel costs Rs 64.17, against Thursday’s 64.33 per litre.
In Mumbai, people had to shell out Rs 75.88 per litre for petrol, which was Rs 76.04 on Thursday. Diesel retailed at Rs 67.28 per litre against Rs 67.45 a litre on Thursday. Read more
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