State-run oil marketing companies on Tuesday (September 3) kept the retail prices of petrol unchanged for the sixth successive day across major cities of the country. Diesel prices, on the other hand, were remained static for the fifth successive day across the country.
After the daily revision in retail fuel rates, petrol prices remain stagnant while diesel prices fell by 7 paise across four metropolitan cities in the country on Tuesday (August 20).
After the daily revision in retail fuel rates, petrol prices fell by 6 paise while diesel prices remain stable across four metropolitan cities in the country on Thursday (August 1). In Delhi
Following the daily revision in retail fuel rates, petrol prices fell by 2-7 paise for the second successive day while diesel prices remain stable across four metropolitan cities in the country on Friday (July 26).
After the daily revision in retail fuel rates, petrol prices went up by 6-10 paise while diesel prices remain stable for the ninth successive day across four metropolitan cities in the country on Tuesday (July 23).
Petrol prices fell about 8-12 paise, while diesel remained unchanged for the seventh straight session across the major cities — Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai — on Thursday. Petrol stood at Rs 78.96 a litre, while diesel was at Rs 69.43 per litre in Mumbai.
The retail prices of petrol were increased by 5-6 paise across four metro cities on Sunday (June 23).
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Petrol and diesel prices were slashed in major cities across the country on Saturday. After today’s price revision, petrol became 48-50 paise cheaper in all the metro cities while diesel 19-20 paise cheaper. In Delhi, petrol rates were cut 48 paise from Rs 72.63 a litre on Friday to Rs 72.15 per litre today.
Diesel prices rose by Rs 7 per litre while petrol remained stable across major cities on Friday. The petrol price in Mumbai stood at Rs 78.59 a litre while diesel was at Rs 69.72 per litre, at par with March 2019 end levels.