Prices of petrol were again raised for the second consecutive day while diesel prices continued to witness the upward trend for the ninth consecutive day on Friday, due to rise in global crude oil prices. With the latest revision,
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.
Oil marketing companies again hiked petrol and diesel prices on Thursday after a halt of two days across all major cities. Today, petrol is retailing at Rs 74.53 per litre in Mumbai. In Kolkata, New Delhi and Chennai, t
The Karnataka government on Friday increased sales tax on motorfuel products, taking the price of petrol up by Rs 1.79 a litre and that of diesel by Rs 1.83 a litre. A litre of petrol in Bengaluru will cost Rs 70.84 per litre and diesel Rs 64.66.
On the downward trend since October 2018, petrol price is now at a 15-month low in India while the price of diesel is back to where it was in March last year. State-run oil retailers, which are no more bearing a loss of Re 1 on fuel
Fuel prices continued to tumble on the first day of the new year 2019 with petrol price falling by 19 paise and diesel by 20 paise today. Petrol is now cheaper by about Re 1 than the price you paid for a year ago, on this day in 2018.
Fuel price across major cities saw another cut on Thursday, with petrol is now being retailed at Rs 69.74 per litre in the national capital Delhi and Rs 75.36 per litre in Mumbai, a reduction of 5 paise from yesterday’s price.