Will Modi live up to Rahul’s #FuelChallenge? This was the question foremost on the minds of the public, especially in Mumbai, after the Congress president’s tweet daring the Prime Minister to reduce the prices of petrol and diesel went viral on Thursday.
Experts say it should not be difficult for the government if it follows consumer pricing logic. Sample this: Four years ago, international crude prices were at the $100 per barrel mark, whereas now they are around $80 per barrel. Read More
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