Petrol Price In Haryana Today

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    15 Oct 2019 ₹ 69.29
    14 Oct 2019 ₹ 69.34
    13 Oct 2019 ₹ 69.34
    12 Oct 2019 ₹ 69.34

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    Petrol Rate In Haryana:

    Find the current Haryana petrol price and factors affecting petrol prices in India. The below petrol price trend in Haryana offers insights such as the highest and lowest petrol prices recorded during a month.

    Trend of Petrol Price in Haryana for September 2019 (rates per litre)

    Parameters Rates/litre
    1st September Rs.68.05
    21st September Rs.69.34
    Highest Rate in September Rs.69.34
    Lowest Rate in September Rs.67.80
    Overall Performance Incline
    Percentage Change 1.89%

    September - Week 1 (1-7):

    • Petrol price in Haryana opened at Rs.68.05 on 1st September, unchanged from the previous day’s closing price. The state-run oil marketing companies decided not to change petrol rate for six consecutive days.
    • After staying static for the next few days, petrol dropped by 3 paise, recording Rs.68.02 per litre. Meanwhile, in the international oil market, crude gained after US confirmed possible talks with Beijing regarding trade pact may happen soon.
    • Petrol slumped further, primarily due to weak demand of the oil, thereby closing the week at Rs.67.85 per litre. The overall performance of petrol in Haryana was -0.29%, trending downwards.

    September 2019 – Week 2 (8 – 14):

    • The rates of petrol opened at Rs.67.80 per litre in Haryana on 8 September. The rates were down by 5 paise since the previous day’s closing price.
    • In the international oil market, the futures of crude oil dropped after participants reduced positions due to a weak trend. Petrol price in Haryana increased gradually after remaining constant for a day as there was a sharp drop in US inventories.
    • Price of petrol closed the week at Rs.68.04 per litre after recording a fair hike. The overall performance of petrol in the state was –0.01%. The prices are expected to shoot up in the coming days given the current trend.

    September 2019 – Week 3 (15-21):

    • In Haryana, petrol prices opened the third week of September at Rs.68.10 per litre. The rates witnessed an increase of 6 paise from the previous day’s closing price.
    • Petrol prices remained constant for the next day before increasing by 13 paise on 17 September to cost Rs.68.23 per litre. Due to the drone attack on Saudi Arabia’s Aramco oil refinery, the prices saw a substantial increase in the following days.
    • The Petrol price in Haryana closed at Rs.69.34 per litre. This is the highest recorded price for the fuel in the month so far. Petrol’s overall performance for the month in the state was 1.89%.

    Trend of Petrol Price in Haryana for August 2019 (rates per litre):

    Parameters Rates/litre
    1st August Rs.68.83
    31st August Rs.68.05
    Highest Rate in August Rs.68.83
    Lowest Rate in August Rs.67.89
    Overall Performance Decline
    Percentage Change -1.13%

    August 2019 – Week 1 (1-7):

    • Petrol price in Haryana was at Rs.68.83 per litre when the week began – the highest price registered during the week – amid a slight incline of crude oil prices in the international oil market due to the falling US inventories and the ongoing trade war between the US and China.
    • Prices of petrol in Haryana continued to decline over the week to touch the lowest price of the week when a litre was available at Rs.68.30 on 6 August and remained untouched until the end of the week attributed by the marginal decline of crude oil prices in the market.
    • Overall, the week witnessed petrol rate in Haryana declining by 0.77% influenced by the slight decrease in crude oil prices which was due to the falling US inventories signaling a weaker demand and after the US administration said it’ll impose additional tariffs on Chinese imports escalating tensions between the two countries.

    August 2019 – Week 2 (8-14):

    • Petrol price in Haryana opened at Rs.68.26 per litre on 8 August, recording a 4 paise drop from previous day’s closing price.
    • Petrol dipped further by 14 paise on the next day, standing at Rs.68.14 per litre. The dip was primarily due to the ongoing US-China trade tensions, fuelled further by Trump administration’s decision to impose more tariffs on Chinese imports. Rise in US inventories was also one of the primary reasons for the dip.
    • Petrol rate in Haryana dropped marginally in the next few days before stabilising at Rs.68.03 per litre. The overall performance compared to the opening day was -1.16% trending downwards. Meanwhile, in the international oil market, crude prices dropped due to possible supply cuts amidst looming global economic crisis.

    August 2019 – Week 4 (22-31):

    • Petrol price in Haryana opened at Rs.67.89 per litre on 22nd August, unchanged from previous day’s closing price and its lowest recorded price for the month of August. After stabilising for the next few days, petrol prices went up marginally, recording Rs.68.11 per litre on 26 August. In the international oil market, crude gained after US inventories recorded a substantial slump.
    • Petrol rate in haryana were slashed by 6 paise, recording Rs.68.05 per litre. Petrol remained unchanged till the end of the week and closed the month with the same price.
    • Overall, petrol’s performance in Haryana was -1.13%, trending downwards. In the international oil market, crude slumped after concerns about the strength of US economy.

    Trend of Petrol Price in Haryana for July 2019 (rates per litre):

    Parameters Rates/litre
    1st July Rs.66.61
    28th July Rs.69.15
    Highest Rate in July Rs.69.40
    Lowest Rate in July Rs.66.61
    Overall Performance Incline
    Percentage Change 3.81%

    July 2019 – Week 1 (1-7):

    • Petrol price in Haryana recorded at Rs.61.21 per litre on 1 July, a slight increase compared to previous day’s closing price. The surge was primarily due to major oil marketing companies deciding to revise petrol and diesel prices.
    • Petrol opened at Rs.66.67 per litre on 2 July. This sharp increase in petrol prices could be attributed to the revision of petrol and diesel prices. Petrol remained unchanged for the next few days until 6 July.
    • Petrol rate in Haryana closed at Rs.68.97 per litre on 7 July, its highest recorded price in the week. This massive surge was majorly due to the Government announcing to increase the excise duty and road and infrastructure cess on petrol and diesel by Rs.2 per litre. This led to an incline of 12.67% in Haryana petrol prices.

    July 2019 – Week 2 (8-14):

    • Petrol price in Haryana remained similar to that of previous day’s closing price, recording at Rs.68.97 per litre. The prices remained stagnant as traders analysed the ongoing US-China tension that might affect the global economy.
    • Prices slumped a bit on 9 July, recording at Rs.68.92 per litre and remained unchanged for the next few days amidst the ongoing geopolitical tensions.
    • Haryana petrol price saw a substantial hike on 14 July, which stood at Rs.69.09 per litre. The hike could be attributed to the ongoing tensions in the Middle East. Brent crude prices were up by 0.6%. On the other hand, US oil manufacturers in the Gulf of Mexico were forced to resort to massive supply cuts in the wake of tropical storm.

    July 2019 – Week 3 (15-21):

    • Petrol in Haryana recorded at Rs.69.21 per litre, a 12 paise increase compared to its previous day’s closing rate. The price hike was primarily due to the ongoing US-China trade crisis and Middle East tensions, thereby outweighing the resumption of oil production in the Gulf of Mexico following the Hurricane Barry fiasco, which prompted supply cuts from US oil producers.
    • Petrol prices further increased on the next day and stood at Rs,69.27 per litre. However, the global oil market looked a bit uncertain following China’s report of its slow economic growth, which could possible loosen crude oil demand globally. Other than that, US-China trade tensions also contributed to the gradual price hike.
    • Petrol in Haryana closed the week at Rs.69.35 per litre, the highest price recorded in the month of July (till 21 July). The hike happened amidst the gradual increase in US stockpiles, which was outweighed by the ongoing Iran-US tensions. The deteriorating situation kept the petrol trending upwards. Also, the ongoing speculation is that there could be a possible spike in petrol prices if the US-Iran tension deteriorates.

    July 2019 – Week 4 (22-28):

    • Petrol in Haryana opened at Rs.69.35 per litre on 22 July, a 9 paise hike from previous day’s closing price. However, in the international crude oil industry, prices dipped owing to International Energy Agency (IEA) statement that it would act quickly if required to keep the market afloat amid Middle East skirmishes and supply cuts.
    • Petrol prices increased marginally on the next day by Rs.0.05, standing at Rs.69.40 per litre on 23 and 24 July, the highest for the month of July. The rise was primarily due to a speculated drop in US inventories and ongoing Middle East tensions. The US navy claiming that they have shot down an Iranian drone may have also affected petrol prices globally, thereby leading to the hike. However, after staying stable for a couple of days, petrol prices started to drop.
    • Petrol price in Haryana slumped soon afterwards, closing the week at Rs.69.15 per lite on 28 July. The slump could be attributed to the weak demand of petrol among investors. Goldman Sachs had earlier slashed its 2019 oil demand projection, thereby lowering its outlook for fuel use. International Energy Agency or IEA predicted that petrol prices are unlikely to go up in the next few days or weeks due to poor demand and a glut in the international crude oil industry.

    Trend of Petrol Price in Haryana for June 2019 (rates per litre)

    Parameters Rates/Litre
    2nd June Rs.71.04
    30th June Rs.70.22
    Highest Rate in June Rs.71.04
    Lowest Rate in June Rs.69.80
    Overall Performance Decline to increase
    Percentage Change -1.15%

    June 2019 – Week 1 (2-8):

    • Petrol price in Haryana for June opened at Rs.71.04 per litre, recording a sharp increase of Rs.3.27 than the previous day’s price.
    • Following the price surge, prices dipped on the following day with the lowest being recorded at Rs.70.60 on 8 June.
    • The fall in petrol prices was primarily due to a gradual decline in global crude prices.

    June 2019 – Week 2 (9-15):

    • The first day of the second week didn’t witness any change in the prices and were recorded similar to the first week’s closing day’s price, which stood at Rs.70.60 per litre.
    • Petrol price in Haryana remained stable on the second day well, however prices dipped on the following days with the week closing at Rs.70 per litre.
    • The slump could be attributed to the investors assessing a possible global economic slowdown.

    June 2019 – Week 3 (16-22):

    • Petrol price in Haryana further dropped by 0.05 paise on the first day of the third week i.e. 16 June, recording at Rs.69.85 per litre.
    • The prices stabilised thereafter with the week closing at Rs.69.80 per litre.
    • The drop could be attributed to the ongoing US-China trade war as analysts feared a looming global economic slowdown.

    June 2019 – Week 4 (23-30):

    • The first day opened with the same price as the closing day of the previous week i.e. Rs.69.80.
    • Petrol price in Haryana surged in the following days with the highest being recorded on 30 June at Rs.70.15.
    • Overall, Haryana petrol prices saw a decrease of 1.15%. The prices dipped initially due to the G20 summit and OPEC meeting but increase by the end of the month owing to US oil stock cuts.

    Petrol Prices in Haryana vs. other metro cities

    The petrol price in the capital is Rs.68.38 per litre while in Chennai, it is Rs.70.85 a litre; in Haryana, it is Rs.67.94 a litre; and in Kolkata, it is Rs.73.62 per litre as on 4th October 2017. New Delhi has the less price fixed for petrol compared to other Indian metro cities. It is mainly because of the moderate state VAT on petrol levied by the government.

    How Frequently are Petrol Prices in Haryana Revised?

    As we all know, state-run oil marketing companies in India have quit the 15-year-old fortnightly based price revision and have adopted a new fuel pricing mechanism called dynamic fuel pricing. The system was introduced in June 2017. However, all petrol stations in all cities of the Haryana state are currently updating fuel prices on a daily basis.

    The new pricing system is good for consumers who are mapped to market dynamics. Any variations in global crude oil prices and the currency conversion rate are instantly transmitted. This was not the case in the previous daily price revision mechanism.

    Each bunk in Haryana will revise petrol and diesel rates at 06:00 a.m. every day and the updated rates will be made accessible to customers. They can get the latest prices through online or offline means. The primary objective behind the new pricing system is to make fuel pricing more transparent.

    How are Petrol Prices in Haryana calculated?

    Well, the retail selling price of petrol in Haryana is assessed based on a few considerations such as the cost of unrefined oil in overseas markets, refinery expenses, the central excise duty, the state VAT on petrol, the dealer’s commission. Currently, a barrel of oil costs approximately $50. This is subject to change. The cost of OMC is estimated to be Rs.9.34 per litre that is added to the cost oil per litre.

    The central excise duty imposed by the central government and the state VAT imposed by the Haryana government are added to the price, which is charged to petrol retailers. The recent cut in the central excise duty was Rs.2.00 per litre of petrol and diesel on 4th October 2017. The state VAT imposed on petrol by the local government is currently 26.25% with effect from 1st September 2017.

    Factors Affecting the Cost of Petrol in Haryana

    The cost of crude is the biggest factor influencing the RSP of petrol in any part of the country. Oil is always traded in the base currency, which is the USD. India is an oil importing country. If the base currency strengthens against the local currency, the purchasing cost of oil will go up; if it falls against the local currency, then buying cost of oil will be diminished. As a result, the RSP of petrol in Haryana is proportionately impacted by the cost.

    The state VAT, which varies from state to state and the central excise duty, which is the same across the country have a direct impact on the final price. If the local and central governments amend any changes, the petrol price in Haryana will be adjusted accordingly. Variations in the dealer’s commission can affect the price in an imperceptible margin.

    GST Impact on Fuel in Haryana

    Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a new, unified, comprehensive taxation platform for Indian taxpayers. The government implemented it in the month of July 2017. What happened in Haryana soon after the execution of this platform? If sources are to be believed, in Haryana, high-speed diesel sales are down nearly about 30% because of slashed demand from fuel retailers and trucks.

    The demand for trucks has come down radically under GST. It is because of new stocks that cannot be moved in the similar value as prior GST. Goods transport agencies are excluded, but the receivers of such services are required to deposit a tax of 5%.The oil and natural gas industry remains unpretentious by GST entirely. The compliance cost would have hiked by 200% and petrol prices in Haryana would have been approximately Rs.43.10 per litre if GST was levied on petrol at 28%.

    Petrol Rate vs. Diesel Rate in Haryana

    As on 4th October 2017, the cost of diesel is Rs.56.79 a litre while the cost of a litre of petrol is Rs.67.94. The difference between the two fuels is Rs.11.15. Both fuels had an upward trend for the last ten days, which is between 26th September 2017 and 4th October 2017.

    For the next few months, prices are expected to go up marginally considering the latest trends. GST may or may not be imposed on petrol. Home delivery of fuels may be brought into practice.

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    News About Petrol Price In Haryana

    • Oil Companies Cut Diesel Prices by 6 paise Today

      State-run Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) cut diesel prices by 6 paise and kept petrol prices stagnant today across major metro cities of the country. It may be noted that prices of petrol and diesel were kept unchanged for the third straight day across the country on Wednesday. In Delhi, petrol costs Rs.69.93 per litre, while diesel prices were down by 6 paise to be prices at Rs.63.78 per litre. Also, fuel prices in Delhi are cheaper compared to other metro cities and some state capitals due to lower taxes. In Kolkata, petrol is being sold at Rs.72.19 per litre, no change compared to yesterday's price and diesel is being sold at Rs.65.70 per litre, down by 6 paise. In Mumbai, petrol is available at Rs.75.63 per litre, while diesel costs Rs.66.87 per litre, down by 6 paise. In Chennai, petrol is being retailed at Rs.72.64 per litre while diesel prices were down by 6 paise and is being sold at Rs.67.46 per litre compared to Wednesday’s price of Rs.67.52 per litre. In Noida and Gurugram, diesel is being sold at Rs.63.27 and Rs.63.36 per litre, down by 5 and 6 paise, respectively. Petrol in these metros is being sold at yesterday’s level of Rs.69.94 and Rs.70.46 per litre, respectively.

      The retail price of petrol and diesel have been on the decline since late May 2019 with petrol prices down by Rs.1.69 per litre and diesel prices by Rs.2.58 per litre so far this month. On Thursday, crude rates in the international oil market, was up by 1% as official data confirmed US crude stocks have declined more than expected as well as due to OPEC and its allies agreeing to meet to discuss about supply cuts. International benchmark Brent crude oil futures were up by 32 cents or 1.3% to trade at $62.64 per barrel compared to its previous close.

      21 June 2019

    • Global oil prices remain steady amid concerns

      Even though there were concerns regarding US sanctions on Venezuelan exports, oil prices remained stable on Tuesday. A cloudy outlook for the global economy supported by worries over disruptions to supply also played a part in the oil prices being stable. Brent crude and West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude were trading at 61.33 dollars and 53.28 dollars per barrel on Tuesday. The oil futures of Brent crude were up by 1% while the prices of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude was down by 3 cents since their last close. 

      The Indian rupee ended flat at 71.11 against the US dollar, an increase by just 1 paisa. The rupee opened on a weak note at the Interbank Foreign Exchange and fell further before erasing the initial gains by the end of the day. The reason for rupee not doing well was accounted to focus shifting to the Fed policy meet and the US-China trade talks. 

      31 January 2019

    • Petrol Prices Drop for the Tenth Straight Day, Becomes Cheaper Across the Nation

      Petrol prices were slashed for the tenth straight and it has now hit its lowest ever rates since the July of this year. After Saturday’s round of price cuts, petrol prices went down by Rs.0.30 to Rs.0.36 across all major cities. Petrol was priced at Rs.72.53 per litre as opposed to Rs.72.87 per litre seen during the previous day. In economic capital Mumbai, petrol dropped below the Rs.72 mark as it traded at Rs.71.90 per litre as opposed to Rs.72.18 per litre recorded on Friday.

      Chennai saw petrol prices hold at Rs.75.26 per litre on Saturday compared to Rs.75.62 per litre on Friday. In Kolkata, prices were at Rs.74.65 per litre compared to Rs.74.88 per litre during the previous day. International crude oil prices were also dropping with benchmark Brent crude oil prices going down below $60 per barrel mark to $59.46 per barrel. Various reports doing the rounds have suggested that this is the worst month for crude oil in the last ten years, having dropped by 30% from the figures recorded in October.

      3 December 2018

    • Fuel Prices Reduced Again by 43 Paise

      Petrol and diesel prices declined again today as rates were cut by up to 43 paise per litre as crude oil prices in the international market dipped. While petrol prices were reduced between 40 and 43 paise per litre across all four major metro cities in the country, diesel prices were cut between 30 to 48 paise per litre. With the revision in prices, now, petrol costs Rs.75.97 a litre in Delhi, while diesel retails at Rs.70.97 a litre. In Mumbai, petrol is available at Rs.81.50 per litre and diesel at Rs.74.34 a litre. Similarly, prices were reduced in Chennai and Kolkata. Petrol is being sold at Rs.78.88 per litre in Chennai, while in Kolkata its available at Rs.79.31 a litre. Diesel, on the other hand, costs Rs.74.99 a litre in Chennai and Rs.72.83 in Kolkata. Fuel prices are influenced by the global crude oil price and the exchange rate of the Indian currency over the U.S. dollar. Fuel prices touched record highs early October 2018. Since then, it has decreased amid softening of crude oil prices in the international market.

      23 November 2018

    • Traders in Bhopal Feel of Pinch of Fuel Hike

      Fuel prices have risen over the last month or so with petrol prices rising by 12.47% while that has diesel has risen by 16.47%. Of this rise, 6.08% rise in petrol has come in September alone while that of silver has risen by 6.65% in the same period.

      In Bhopal, petrol rates have hit Rs.89.35 per litre, while that of diesel has surged to Rs.79.18 per litre. With fuel prices seeing little to no hope of slowing down, inflationary concerns have began to rise as well. Prices of snacks, tea, and food have already gone up. School buses are also feeling the pinch of price hikes with institutions beginning to hike bus fees to match that of the fuel costs in the market. Public transport modes like buses and cabs from Ola and Uber are also witnessing a rise in the overall cost of a ride.

      As a result of fuel rates going up, cost of everyday groceries are also rising making the concerns over inflation already a reality, with much worse yet to arrive in the coming months when crude prices are expected to hit $100 per barrel from November and beyond.

      12 October 2018

    • Petrol Prices Remain Unchanged in Delhi

      Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) kept the prices of petrol in all the metro cities of the country unchanged as of Wednesday. On Tuesday, the rates in the national capital were hiked by Rs.0.12 for every litre of petrol. The hike saw every litre cost Rs.83.85 in Delhi. In other metros of the country, i.e Mumbai, Chennai, and Kolkata, the rates of petrol were Rs.91.20, Rs.87.18, and Rs.85.65 respectively. It needs to be mentioned that petrol prices in the country have witnessed a steep rise in the last few months owing to a variety of factors.

      As of Tuesday, the rates of Brent crude oil and US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude were up by 6 cents and one cent respectively. The hike saw every barrel of Brent crude and US WTI crude cost $84.86 and $75.24 respectively.

      It needs to be mentioned that OMCs of the country had adopted the daily fuel revision system in June last year. The system replaced the practice of revising fuel prices on the 1st and 16th day of every month.

      3 October 2018

    • Petrol and Diesel Prices Soar to Record High

      State-owned Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) further raised the prices of petrol and diesel on 7 September 2018. Fuel prices were the highest in Mumbai among four major metro cities where petrol costs Rs.87.39 per litre, while a litre of diesel costs Rs.76.51. In Delhi, petrol is available at Rs.79.99 a litre and diesel at Rs.72.07. Other metros such as Kolkata and Chennai, the retail price of petrol stands at Rs.83.14 and Rs.82.88 respectively. Prices are expected to rise as rupee touched yet another all-time low of 72.12 against the US dollar on 7 September 2018. Brent crude, the benchmark of crude oil price, was wavering around $78 a barrel. More than 80% of crude is imported by India, and any decline in the Indian rupee will lead to an increase in fuel prices.

      11 September 2018

    • Crude Oil Report

      International-benchmark Brent crude oil futures and US West Texas Intermediate were retailing consistently early Wednesday succeeding the announcement of the weekly stock report from the American Petroleum Institute and ahead of a alike report from the United States of America’s Energy Information Administration. At 0753 GMT, September WTI unrefined oil was up by 0.09% to $69.23 per barrel, while October Brent crude oil was up 0.03% to $74.67 per barrel. After the introduction of sanctions against Iran by the United States of America, crude oil rates increased on Tuesday. The first round of sanctions focused on the purchase of US dollars by Iran. Added sanctions were positioned on industrial software, coal, metal trading, etc.

      The Administration of Donald Trump, the President of the United States of America, shall also target the petroleum segment of Iran beginning in the month of November 2018. Iran is the third-biggest OPEC manufacturer. Traders comprehend the sanctions to ultimately affect 3% of overseas demand. With the crude oil market currently supported by the commencement of sanctions on Iran, investors focuses on EIA inventories report, which was released on 08 August 2018. It was anticipated that EIA inventories report will show a downfall of 2.8 million barrels for the week completing on 03 August 2018.

      14 August 2018

    • Petrol Prices Hiked by 9 paise in the National Capital

      Petrol price in the national capital was hiked by 9 paise on Tuesday. The prices of petrol were also hiked by the same margin in Mumbai and Chennai while in Kolkata it was hiked by 11 paise. With the hike in the prices, petrol in the four metro cities of the country was as follows - Rs.77.06 in Delhi, Rs.80 in Kolkata, Rs.84.50 in Mumbai and Rs.80.05 in Chennai. The increase in the prices was accounted to global crude prices surging by nearly 20 percent in 2018 and crossing the 80 dollar mark for the first time since 2014. With many traders in Asia being reluctant to take on new positions given that the US was planning to impose sanctions on major crude exporter Iran, oil markets started trading cautiously on Tuesday. This resulted in the futures of Spot Brent Crude oil and US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude seeing a decline. Both recorded a decline of 1 cent and 8 cents respectively and cost 73.74 dollars and 68.93 dollars per barrel.

      8 August 2018

    • Petrol and Diesel Prices Kept Unchanged for the Second Day in a Row

      State-run oil companies kept petrol and diesel prices unchanged for the second day in a row even as global oil prices extended their gains for the third consecutive day on Thursday. Today’s prices came into effect from 6 am and were kept unchanged according to the data from the country leading oil retailer, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOCL). Petrol is being sold at Rs.76.23 per litre in New Delhi, while in other metro cities such as Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai it stands at Rs.79.10, Rs.83.68 and Rs.79.18 respectively. Diesel is available at Rs.67.79 a litre in New Delhi, Rs.70.48 in Kolkata, Rs.71.97 in Mumbai and Rs.71.59 in Chennai. Petrol and diesel prices are revised every day on the basis of the international crude oil price and the currency exchange rate of the US dollar over rupee. Prices are updated at 6 am daily by State-run oil companies.

      26 July 2018

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