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Petrol, diesel prices continue to rise for 2nd straight day

New Delhi/UNI: Petrol and diesel prices were hiked for the second consecutive day on Tuesday, setting a new record.

Fuel prices rise again in India

New Delhi/UNI: After remaining stable for a day, the price of petrol and diesel rose again on Sunday across all four metropolitan cities of the country. According to Indian Oil Corporation, the price of petrol rose by 17 paise and diesel by 27 paise in the national capital.

Fuel prices see no change for 18th straight day

New Delhi/UNI: The retail fuel prices remained steady for the 18th straight day across the country on Wednesday with the price of petrol and diesel standing at Rs 91.17 and Rs 81.47 per litre respectively, according to the Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL).

Fuel prices remain steady for 17th day straight

New Delhi/UNI: Petrol and diesel prices remained steady for the 17th straight day at their record highs across the country on Tuesday.

Fuel prices remained stable on 16th day

New Delhi/UNI: Despite the rise in crude oil overseas, domestic petrol and diesel prices remained stable for the 16th consecutive day on Monday.

Fuel prices stable for 11th consecutive day

New Delhi/UNI: Petrol and diesel prices remained stable in the domestic market for the 11th consecutive day on Wednesday due to softening of crude oil abroad.

Fuel prices remain stable for second consecutive day

New Delhi/UNI: Petrol and diesel prices remained stable for the second consecutive day on Monday in the domestic market despite crude oil prices' rise in the international market again, Indian Oil Corporation, a state-owned oil marketing company, said.

Petrol, diesel prices remain stable for second consecutive day

New Delhi/UNI: Petrol and diesel prices remained stable for the second consecutive day on Monday in the domestic market despite crude oil prices' rise in the international market again, Indian Oil Corporation, a state-owned oil marketing company, said.

Petrol, diesel prices remain unchanged for third day

New Delhi/UNI: Amid softening of crude oil in the international market, prices of petrol and diesel on Friday remained stable for the third consecutive day in the domestic market.

Fuel prices reach record highs

New Delhi/UNI: Petrol and diesel prices rose for the fifth consecutive day on Saturday.

Fuel prices raised once again

New Delhi/UNI: The prices of petrol and diesel once again rose on Tuesday after remaining stable for three straight days.

Petrol sales rise to pre-Covid levels in the first half of September : Report

New Delhi/IBNS: Petrol sales have gone back to pre-Covid level while diesel is down just about 6 per cent in the first half of the September compared to the year-ago period, indicating a rise in fuel consumption as India relaxed lockdown and more and more people resumed business as usual, said an Economic Times report said.

Petrol, diesel demand nosedives in first half of July: Report

New Delhi/IBNS: State-run oil refineries registered a sharp decline in petrol, diesel sales in the first of half of July as rise in retail prices and renewed coronavirus triggered lockdown in several parts of the country hit demand, said a Reuters report.

Fuel prices hiked for 19th day in a row

New Delhi/UNI: Burning a hole in common man's pocket, petrol and diesel prices were hiked for the 19th consecutive day in the national capital on Thursday.

Government increases fuel excise duty by Rs. 3 per litre

New Delhi/IBNS: Making the steepest hike in eight years, the Centre on Friday increased fuel excise duty by Rs. 3 per litre, media reports said.