State oil companies have raised prices of petrol by Rs 1.23 per litre and of diesel by 89 paise per litre.
These hikes exclude state levies and so the actual price increases could vary.
Oil companies revise local prices every fortnight to align them with international rates and factor in exchange rate fluctuations. Read more
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