Petrol and diesel prices in India remain unchanged for the 49th day in a row, on December 23. After the prices hit a record-breaking high in early November, the government reduced the excise duties. Petrol prices today- Delhi (Rs 95.41), Mumbai (Rs 109.98), Kolkata (Rs 104.67) and Chennai (Rs 101.40). Diesel prices in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai stand at Rs 86.67, Rs 89.79, Rs 94.14 and Rs 91.43 respectively.
Old diesel vehicles can now be modified with electric kits, said Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot. Manufacturers of electric kits will be appointed by the transport department for retrofitting conventional internal combustion engines (ICE). Once empaneled, old diesel vehicles would be able to operate in Delhi-NCR for another ten years. Moreover, the government further declared entry of electric light commercial vehicles (e-LCV) during… read-more
Petrol and diesel prices remained constant for the eighth consecutive day on November 12, after a reduction in the excise duty by the Centre. In Delhi, petrol and diesel is priced at Rs 103.97 and Rs 86.67 per litre, respectively. Mumbaikars would be paying Rs 108.98 for petrol and Rs 94.14 for diesel. Furthermore, in Chennai, petrol and diesel is sold at Rs 101.40 and Rs 91.43 respectively.
Punjab Government on November 7 gave a big relief to its people by decreasing the Value Added Tax by Rs 10 on petrol and Rs 5 on diesel. The prices will come into effect from tonight. The petrol and diesel are currently being sold at Rs 106.20 and Rs 89.83 per litre in Punjab respectively. ''Petrol in Punjab has become cheapest in the region,'' said CM Charanjit Singh Channi.
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The Odisha Government reduced the bus fare of different categories after the prices of diesel were reduced. However, the government reduced the VAT on diesel and petrol, after the Centre decided to bring down the excise duty on the same. According to the State Transportation Department, bus fares of ordinary, express, and deluxe categories is now priced at… read-more
The Centre announced to reduce the excise duties on petrol and diesel by Rs 5 and 10 respectively. Following which, the fuel prices have remained constant. In Delhi, petrol is priced at Rs103.79 and diesel at Rs 86.67 per litre. In Mumbai, petrol and diesel costs Rs 109.98 and Rs 94.14 per litre respectively. In Chennai, petrol stands… read-more
On the eve of Diwali, the government of India on November 3 reduced the excise duty by Rs 5 on petrol and Rs 10 on diesel. The new prices will come into effect from November 4. The price for petrol and diesel on November 3 remained at Rs 110.04 per litre and Rs 98..42 a litre in Delhi, repectively. The government also demanded to reduce VAT on fuels.
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In Delhi, petrol now costs an all-time high of Rs 110.04 (PL), while diesel continues to retail at Rs 98.42 (PL). In Mumbai, petrol costs Rs 115.85 (PL) and diesel costs Rs 106.62 (PL). Petrol prices have been increased by 31 to 36 paise (PL) while diesel prices surged by 34 to 39 paise (PL) across the country on November 1, according to price notification from state-owned fuel retailers.
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Petrol and diesel prices increase for the fifth time in a row by 35 paise on October 31. In Delhi, petrol and diesel increase to 109.34 and Rs 98.07 per litre, respectively. Petrol and diesel are priced at Rs 115.51 and Rs 106.23 per litre respectively, in Mumbai. However, petrol is sold at Rs 106.04 in Chennai and Rs 109.79 per litre in Kolkata.
As per UNI, the petrol and diesel prices were increased by oil marketing companies on October 30. Petrol in Delhi is now sold at Rs 108.99 and diesel at Rs 97.92 per litre. In Mumbai petrol and diesel is priced at Rs 114.81 and 105.86 per litre respectively. Petrol in Kolkata increased by 34 paise and stands at Rs 109.46, whereas… read-more