Fuel prices raised again for the second consecutive day on Friday as global crude oil prices continued to rally. Oil marketing companies today increased prices of petrol and diesel in the range of 18-32 paise.
With the latest revision, petrol is retailing at Rs 69.07 per litre in the national capital New Delhi, up about 19 paise from yesterday’s price of Rs 68.88 per litre. Diesel in the city can be availed at Rs 62.81 per litre, an increase of 28 paise from Thursday’s price of Rs 62.53 per litre.
Petrol and diesel in Mumbai are priced at Rs 74.72 per litre (up 19 paise from Rs 74.53 per litre) and Rs 65.73 per litre (up 30 paise), respectively, according to data available with the Indian Oil Corporation website.
In Chennai and Kolkata, petrol is being sold at Rs Rs 71.67 per litre and Rs 71.20 per litre, respectively, as against Rs 71.47 per litre Read More
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