Petrol and Diesel prices were hiked in four metro cities after two days of pause, applicable from 6:00 a.m. on 10th August 2018.
On Friday, Petrol prices were hiked by 7 paise in Delhi and Mumbai. In Chennai petrol prices were hiked by 8 paise while in Kolkata petrol prices were hiked by 9 paise. Diesel prices were hiked by 8 paise in Kolkata Chennai and Mumbai while in Delhi prices were hiked by 7 paise and in Kolkata by 8 paise.
Petrol prices in Delhi crossed the Rs 77 a litre mark for the first time in two months due to firming international rates on Tuesday. Fuel prices in Delhi are the cheapest in all metros and most state capitals due to lower sales tax or VAT. Read More
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