Citizens are yet to receive any respite from skyrocketing fuel prices, as the retail rates of petrol and diesel have once again witnessed a hike on Tuesday. In Delhi, petrol is being sold at Rs 82.83 per litre after an increase of 11 paise
Fuel prices once again witnessed a hike on Tuesday. In national capital, petrol was priced at 82.83 per litre (increase by Rs 0.11) while the price of diesel reached Rs 75.69 per litre (increase by Rs 0.23).
India’s wholesale price-based inflation rose in September after two months of easing, driven by an increase in cost of fuel. Wholesale inflation in September, measured by the Wholesale Price Index, rose 5.13 percent compared with the same month last year
Fuel prices rose on Monday again. In the national capital, petrol and diesel prices were at Rs 82. 72 per litre and Rs 75.46 per litre respectively.
Fuel prices continued its upward march on Monday, with diesel prices surging by 8 paise and 9 paise in four metropolitan cities.
Fuel prices continued to rise across the four major metros today even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi prepares to meet oil company chief’s tomorrow to take stock of the global energy scenario.
India’s monthly diesel consumption fell for the first time in 10 months year-on-year in September, while petrolsales grew by the least in four months as record high pump prices dented demand, government data showed on Friday.
Fuel prices continued to haunt public as it touched new highs on Saturday. Petrol rates have been increased by 18 paise per litre, taking its price to Rs 82.66 per litre in Delhi while a litre of diesel is retailing at Rs 75.19 with a hike of 29 paise on Saturday.
India’s monthly diesel consumption fell for the first time in 10 months year-on-year in September, while petrol sales grew by the least in four months as record high pump prices dented demand, government data showed on Friday.
Fuel prices across the country continued to rise unabated and touched new record levels on Friday despite the central government announcing a Rs 2.50 per litre cut in excise duty recently.