Petrol and Diesel prices were unchanged four metro cities, applicable from 6:00 a.m. on 03 October 2018. On Tuesday, fuel prices went further up continued the upward trend across the country as the petrol price was hiked by 0.12 paisa and diesel by Rs 0.16 in Delhi.
It is no mystery that India is highly vulnerable against international crude oil, after all its the third largest oil importer in the world. The country’s dependency on oil imports is about 80% of its total consumption. Currently
Petrol and diesel prices have gone up every day since August 16. The prices of petrol and diesel are at an all-time high across the country. In Delhi, petrol sells today, September 17 at Rs 82.06 per litre 15 paise up from yesterday.
Petrol and diesel prices Friday scaled new highs as rates were increased on account of rupee depreciation and rise in international oil rates. While petrol price was increased by 28 paise a litre,
Union road transport minister, Nitin Gadkari said that there is an immense potential for production of bio-fuel in Chattisgarh. In a gathering at Charoda, Chattisgarh, Gadkari claimed said that use of alternative fuels will help people against sky-high petrol diesel price
No Relief In Petrol, Diesel Prices Soon! Government Rules Out Excise Duty Cut As Fuel Rates Hit New High
The government will not cut excise duty on petrol and diesel to cushion spiralling prices, which touched fresh highs Tuesday
Petrol, Diesel Prices Hit Fresh Record High on Monday; Petrol at Rs 79.15 in Delhi and Rs 86.56 in Mumbai
Petrol and diesel prices continue to rise hitting fresh record high today. Petrol prices increased by Rs 0.31 per litre and touched Rs 79.15 per litre in Delhi. Diesel price has also gone up by Rs 0.39 per litre and touching Rs 71.15 per litre.
With the Indian Rupee hitting a new low on a daily basis, the petrol prices are no less as in the metropolitan cities fuel prices continue to surge. In a yet another high on Friday, the petrol price in Delhi reached Rs 78.52/litre
Diesel prices on Monday hit a record high of Rs 69.46 per litre while petrol rates inched towards Rs 78 a litre mark after a fall in rupee made imports costlier.
India Oil Corporation (IOC), the country’s largest fuel retailer on Monday increased the retail selling price of petrol and diesel across the country on the back of increased global fuel prices.