new Delhi. After taking a day's break on Wednesday, the price of petrol again increased on Thursday, while the price of diesel has remained stable. In the country's capital, Delhi, petrol prices have increased by Rs 1.40 per liter since August 16.
Oil marketing companies on Thursday increased the price of petrol in Delhi by 10 paise, while in Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai by nine paise per liter. According to the website of Indian Oil, the price of petrol in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai has increased to Rs 81.83, Rs 83.33, Rs 88.48 and Rs 84.82 per liter respectively.
In the four metros, the price of diesel has remained flat at Rs 73.56, Rs 77.06, Rs 80.11 and Rs 78.86 per liter respectively. There was no change in the price of petrol and diesel on Wednesday, a day before, while before that the price of petrol increased daily for six consecutive days.
On the other hand, in the international market, crude oil was trading on Thursday with almost stability. Brent crude's November delivery contract on the international futures market Inter Continental Exchange (ICE) was trading at $ 46.22 a barrel, up 0.13 percent from the previous session. Whereas US light crude West Texas Intermediate, or WTI's October delivery futures contract, was trading at $ 43.38 a barrel, down only 0.02 per cent from the previous session.
This post was published on August 27, 2020 1:06 pm
Photo: MEDIATEK online gaming new Delhi. The government has banned 118 apps keeping in mind the security of the country.…
Photo: TIMESOFINDIA gold import at 8 months high new Delhi. The economy is now looking forward to a gradual recovery.…