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September 18, 2020
Petrol and diesel prices also witnessed a dip in other metro cities. In Mumbai, petrol declined by 25 paise and diesel by 35 paise on September 18. At present, petrol stands at Rs 87.82 per litre and diesel at Rs 78.48 per litre in Mumbai

September 15, 2020
In the past two days, petrol and diesel prices have been slashed by 31 paise and 37 paise, respectively in the national capital. The current price of petrol in Delhi stands at Rs 81.55 per litre and diesel at Rs 72.56 per litre

July 16, 2020
Unorganised markets, such as the street vendors are selling tomatoes for around Rs 70 per kg contingent up on its quality and locality. Some are even selling it at Rs 80 per kg

June 23, 2020
Where petrol in Delhi would now cost Rs 79.76 per litre, diesel price stands at Rs 79.40 a litre, a narrow gap of just 36 paisa

New Delhi, June 22, 2020
Petrol, diesel price today: There has been an increase of 33 paise for petrol and 58 paise for diesel on Monday. Fuel prices have increased for the 16th consecutive day

New Delhi, June 17, 2020
Petrol and diesel prices have been increased across the country. The fuel price hike takes the overall increase in the past 12 days to Rs 6.02 per litre for petrol and Rs 6.4 per litre for diesel. After a break of 82 days, oil marketing companies started increasing petrol and diesel prices from June 7. The rates were frozen soon after the government increased excise duty on petrol and diesel to shore up finances. But why are India's fuel prices soaring despite a fall in Brent crude oil prices? Watch the video for more.Also Read: Infra, solar sectors fear fallout of Indo-China standoff at Galwan

New Delhi, June 16, 2020
Petrol and diesel price today: Petrol prices were up by 47 paise while diesel rates were increased by 57 paise after an increase of 48 paise for petrol and 59 paise for diesel on Monday

June 15, 2020
Fuel price hike: In the ninth hike, petrol price has gone up by Rs 5 per litre and diesel by Rs 5.23 a litre.

June 11, 2020
Petrol rates in Delhi are raised to Rs 74 per litre from Rs 73.40, while Diesel prices are hiked to Rs 72.22 a litre from Rs 71.62, as per the price notification of state-run Indian Oil Corporation

June 7, 2020
Petrol and diesel prices were last updated on March 16, since then the fuel rates only increased when the state governments increased the VAT on the sale of fuel

Sumant Banerji
July 9, 2019
Hyundai Kona: At Rs 25.3 lakh, the SUV is not mass market as most of Hyundai's other line ups and will be out of range for a majority of India's buyers

BT Online
June 16, 2017
Diesel and petrol prices will go through rate change on a daily basis starting today.

Venkatesha Babu
July 31, 2015
A catalyst being developed by Shell Technology Centre Bangalore (STCB), one of the three tech hubs of Shell besides the ones in Houston and Amsterdam, holds out the promise of converting agricultural and municipal waste into liquid transport fuel.

New Delhi, July 24, 2013
The gas will be available at market price which is double the rate of Rs 28.8 per kg for subsidised domestic LPG (Rs 410 per 14.2-kg cylinder in Delhi).

G. Seetharaman and Anilesh S. Mahajan
October 25, 2012
After monopolising the top spot in the BT 500 ranking for nine years, Mukesh Ambani's RIL had to make way for TCS this year. This is not surprising, given the challenges RIL has had to face across its businesses, new and old, in recent years. Full coverage: India's top 500 companies

Team BT
September 28, 2012
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh may succeed in reviving business sentiment with his recent announcements but moving the needle on the economy will take a lot more doing.

Sunny Sen and Alokesh Bhattacharyya
October 27, 2011
The India arm of US auto maker GM is in the midst of a DNA change, a result of the 50 per cent stake Chinese automaker SAIC bought in the company in February 2010 for Rs 2,990 crore. The new GM India plans an audacious assault on the Indian market with no less than five Chinese cars in six months, starting January next year.