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BusinessToday.In
May 12, 2019
State-run oil marketing companies (OMC) - Indian Oil Corporation, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation and Bharat Petroleum revise petrol and diesel prices on a daily basis.


BusinessToday.In
May 11, 2019
While price of petrol was cut by 48 to 50 paise, diesel became cheaper by 19 to 20 paise. Petrol price was cut by 48 paise to Rs 72.15 per litre in Delhi. Diesel in the city too has become cheaper by 19 paise to Rs 66.28. Similarly, petrol was selling at Rs 77.75 per litre, 48 paise down from Friday's Rs 78.23 price in the country's financial capital Mumbai.


BusinessToday.In
May 11, 2019
While price of petrol was cut by 48 to 50 paise, diesel became cheaper by 19 to 20 paise. Petrol price was cut by 48 paise to Rs 72.15 per litre in Delhi. Diesel in the city too has become cheaper by 19 paise to Rs 66.28. Similarly, petrol was selling at Rs 77.75 per litre, 48 paise down from Friday's Rs 78.23 price in the country's financial capital Mumbai.


BusinessToday.In
May 11, 2019
While price of petrol was cut by 48 to 50 paise, diesel became cheaper by 19 to 20 paise. Petrol price was cut by 48 paise to Rs 72.15 per litre in Delhi. Diesel in the city too has become cheaper by 19 paise to Rs 66.28. Similarly, petrol was selling at Rs 77.75 per litre, 48 paise down from Friday's Rs 78.23 price in the country's financial capital Mumbai.


BusinessToday.In
May 11, 2019
In Noida, petrol price was cut from Rs 71.90 to Rs 71.52 per litre while diesel became 17 paise cheaper and was retailing at Rs 65.25 per litre.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 10, 2019
Fuel prices in India may rise sharply as soon as elections are over due to the spike in crude prices in the international market. Oil Marketing Companies are likely to pass on the burden to the consumers. Watch the video.


BusinessToday.In
May 7, 2019
Since March 11, petrol prices have gone up by less than 1%, while global oil prices went up by close to $5 per barrel. But Indian consumers are in for a painful price surge as domestic prices realign with global prices post the Lok Sabha polls


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, May 3, 2019
Once touted as the fastest growing industry in the world, passenger vehicle sales are estimated to have declined by over 17 per cent last month - steepest in a month since October 2011


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 1, 2019
From May 1, a subsidised LPG cylinder will cost Rs 496.14 per unit in Delhi and Rs 493.86 per unit in Mumbai. The cost of a non-subsidised gas cylinder in the national capital will be Rs 712.50 and Rs 684.50 in Mumbai.


PTI
May 1, 2019



BusinessToday.In
April 25, 2019
This latest price hike might help create demand for the recently released DualJet Smart Hybrid variants of Baleno


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 15, 2019
In Delhi, the price of non-subsidised LPG has been raised by Rs 5 per cylinder, while that of subsidised LPG by 25 paise per cylinder, as per Indian Oil Corporation data.


Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, April 7, 2019
India's air passenger growth which was registering a healthy 20 per cent each month till October last year has come down to 7.42 per cent in February.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 4, 2019
RBI's MPC meet: \"The rate cut is in consonance of achieving the medium term objective of maintaining inflation at the 4 per cent level while supporting growth,\" RBI said in a statement.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 1, 2019
The LPG prices are reviewed by retailers each month based on international crude oil and rupee-dollar foreign exchange rates.


PTI
April 1, 2019



BusinessToday.In
March 14, 2019
\"We believe the prices of domestic natural gas for the April 2019-September 2019 period will increase from the current $3.36/mmBtu to approximately, $3.97/mmBtu, resulting in an 18% increase,\" said a report by CARE Ratings.


PTI
March 5, 2019



PTI
March 1, 2019



PTI
New Delhi, March 1, 2019
A 14.2-kg subsidised LPG cylinder will now cost Rs 495.61 in the national capital from March 1 as against Rs 493.53 currently.


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