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Fuel prices soar for fifth day

NEW DELHI, AUG 6 (AGENCIES): | Publish Date: 8/7/2018 12:00:00 AM IST

There is no respite from the soaring petrol and diesel prices. For the fifth straight day, oil-marketing companies raised the petrol and diesel rates on Monday. Petrol and diesel prices have been rising since August 2. Petrol price was raised by 12 paise in the national capital. Petrol can be availed at Rs 76.97 per litre in New Delhi today as against Rs 76.85 per litre yesterday.

On Monday, a litre of petrol was being sold in Kolkata for Rs. 79.89, in Mumbai for Rs. 84.41, and in Chennai for Rs. 79.96, according to Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), the largest fuel retailer of the country. A litre of diesel was being sold in New Delhi for Rs. 68.44, in Kolkata for 71.22, in Mumbai for Rs. 72.66, and in Chennai for Rs. 72.29, stated iocl.com, IOC’s website.
State-run oil marketing companies Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum revise fuel prices, which come into effect from 6 am on a daily basis.
 

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