Petrol and diesel prices across the country saw another rise with the fuels retailing for Rs 82.48 and Rs 74.90 per litre in the national capital on Friday.
Fuel prices have been steadily rising each day despite a cut in central taxes last week. Several states too cut on levies but a strong dollar and factors in the international market have resulted in the daily price revision by oil companies continuing to see an upward swing.
On Friday, petrol was at Rs 87.84 per litre in Mumbai, a city which had seen the figure cross Rs 90 per litre before the central and state government cut back on taxes. Here, diesel was at Rs 78.51 per litre on the same day. Read more
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