Petrol, diesel prices remain unchanged as global crude oil rates rise further

State-run oil marketing companies have not revised fuel prices on Tuesday as global crude oil rates keep climbing. Petrol and diesel prices have remained steady for nine straight days. Petrol is retailing at Rs 101.19 per litre in Delhi and over Rs 107 per litre in Mumbai. It is retailing at Rs 101.62 per litre in…

Petrol, diesel rates cut as global oil prices remain volatile. Check details

State-run oil marketing companies (OMCs) reduced domestic fuel prices marginally on Wednesday as global crude oil rates remained weak. Petrol and diesel rates across the country have been reduced by approximately 15 paise, more than a week after rates were cut. Today’s reduction is an indication that domestic oil…

Fuel prices unchanged as international crude oil gains momentum. Check latest rates

Domestic fuel prices were unchanged on Monday as global crude oil rates kept rising as demand sentiment improves. State-run oil marketing companies (OMCs) had last reduced fuel prices early last week, following which there has been a steady rise in international crude oil prices. The price of benchmark Brent crude oil…

Petrol, diesel prices cut by 15 paise as global crude rates rise. Check details

State-run oil marketing companies (OMCs) have reduced fuel prices on Tuesday. Both petrol and diesel rates across the country have been reduced by 15 paise, leading to afurther dropin fuel prices. Petrol price has come down to Rs 101.49 per litre in New Delhi and to Rs 107.52 per litre in Mumbai. The price in Kolkata…

Fuel prices unchanged for nearly 3 weeks as global oil rates rise

State-run oil marketing companies (OMCs) have kept fuel prices unchanged after a rise in global crude oil prices. Petrol and diesel prices have been steady for nearly three weeks but remain at record high levels. In Delhi, petrol price remains unchanged at Rs 101.84 per litre in Delhi and nearly Rs 108 per litre in…

Opinion: RG’s Breakfast Meeting Shows A New Style Of Leadership

Rahul Gandhi is demonstrating the sort of vigour that critics often accuse him of lacking. After a short bicycle ride to parliament this morning – in protest against fuel prices on fire – the 51-year-old hosted a breakfast gathering for the leaders of 14 Opposition parties to ensure they work together in…