Prices of petrol and diesel in Mumbai fell 21 paise per litre and 11 paise per litre, respectively, on October 18. The revised price for the two fuels in the city now stands at Rs 88.08 per litre and Rs 79.24 per litre, respectively, according to Indian Oil Corporation.
In Delhi too, petrol and diesel prices fell 21 paise and 11 paise, respectively, to Rs 82.62 per litre and Rs 75.58 per litre.
Prices in Kolkata mirrored the fall in Delhi and Mumbai, dropping to Rs 84.44 per litre and Rs 77.43 per litre, respectively.
In Chennai, petrol prices fell by 22 paise to Rs 85.88 per litre and those of diesel fell by 11 paise to Rs 79.93 per litre. Read More
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