In Delhi, the price of petrol per litre was Rs 74.07 while that of diesel was Rs 68.89 per litre on November 27
In a tweet, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said the BJP had threatened action against oil companies and petrol pump owners if they did not go on strikes
Fuel prices have been declining since Thursday as oil companies factored in softening of international rates. In four days, petrol price has been cut by Rs 1.09 per litre and diesel by 50 paise
The revised price for the two fuels in Mumbai now stands at Rs 88.08 per litre and Rs 79.24 per litre, respectively
Petrol prices across Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata remained unchanged on October 10
A litre of petrol and diesel in Delhi retails for Rs 82.26 and Rs 74.11 per litre after the respective hike of 23 paise and 29 paise
Despite reducing value-added tax by Rs 2.50 per litre, the financial capital is still the costliest for petrol
Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera said that oil prices have begun rising again since the cut was effected on October 4, adding that it showed the government's duplicity and hypocrisy
Centre had on October 4 announced a Rs 2.5 per litre cut in petrol and diesel prices. Finance Minister Jaitley had also appealed state governments to cut sales tax or VAT on petrol and diesel by a similar amount
In Delhi, petrol prices dropped Rs 2.50 per litre to Rs 81.50.
In Delhi, petrol touched Rs 84 per litre, an increase of 15 paise
In Delhi, prices of compressed natural gas (CNG) rose Rs 1.7 to Rs 44.30/kg. Prices of subsidised LPG cylinders too increased Rs 2.89 at Rs 502.4 per cylinder.
Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said higher fuel prices are a matter of concern and that his government is finding ways to offer some relief to the public
Petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that reducing taxes on petroleum products will not have any lasting impact due to the continuing volatility in crude prices
Since September 1, the price of petrol has risen by Rs 4.13 per litre in Mumbai while the diesel price has risen by Rs 3.93 per litre
In the national capital, petrol price jumped 6 paise in Delhi to Rs 82.22/litre, while the price of diesel remained stable at Rs 73.87/litre
In Mumbai, the price of petrol jumped 10 paise to Rs 89.54 per litre mark on September 18
The revised price for a litre of petrol was recorded at Rs 82.06 in the national capital on September 17.
Fuel prices have been on a rise since mid-August, rising almost every day due to a combination of a drop in rupee value against the US dollar and the rise in crude oil prices.
A lower GST on fuel will have to come bundled with higher rates on some other products and services. One possible option could be to significantly hike the tax rates or cess for luxury, demerit and `sin’ goods.
In Delhi, the prices of petrol and diesel saw a 14 paise hike each to Rs 80.87/litre and Rs 72.97/litre, respectively.
Fuel prices continued their upward march, with the price of petrol touching Rs 88.12/litre in Mumbai and Rs 80.73/litre in Delhi
Diesel rose 22 paise in Mumbai to Rs 75.96/litre, touching a fresh high after staying constant for two days on the trot
Despite record fuel prices, Centre not yet thinking about tax cuts to avoid fiscal slippages.