Fuel prices hiked again

NEW DELHI/DIMAPUR, SEP 9 (IANS/NPN) | Publish Date: 9/9/2018 12:04:01 PM IST

State-owned oil marketing companies (OMCs) have once again increased the price of sensitive petroleum products like petrol and diesel in the country on Sunday.

The prices of petrol and diesel touched a new high on Sunday with Mumbai paying the maximum among the four metros. While petrol costs Rs. 87.89 a litre, diesel is priced at Rs. 77.09 a litre, according to the daily price notification issued by OMCs.

The high cost of global crude oil and a weak rupee took the petrol price in Delhi to a record Rs 80.50 per litre on Sunday. Diesel price in Delhi rose on Sunday by 10 paise to Rs 72.61 per litre. The prices of both petrol and diesel have been rising for around a week now.

In Dimapur and Kohima the petrol price as on Sunday stood at Rs. 78.23 and Rs.78.99 per litre respectively. Diesel in Dimapur cost Rs. 70.39 per litre and Rs.70.96 per litre in Kohima.

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