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BusinessToday.In
August 4, 2020
At present, diesel rates are cheapest in Delhi across India because of the recent decision by the Delhi government to cut VAT by Rs 8.36 per litre


BusinessToday.In
August 3, 2020
The May 5 VAT hike translated into steepest ever price increase of Rs 7.10 per litre in diesel. Until July 29, diesel rates in the national capital surged to Rs 81.94 per litre. After the rollback of the  VAT hike, diesel rates in Delhi reduced to Rs 73.56 per litre


PTI
August 1, 2020
ATF price was last hiked by 1.5 per cent or Rs 635.47 per kl, on July 16. This was the fifth straight increase since June. Petrol and diesel prices were kept unchanged on Saturday


BusinessToday.In
July 30, 2020
Diesel price in Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal says the VAT cut will reduce the price of diesel in Delhi from Rs 82 to Rs 73.64


BusinessToday.In
July 30, 2020
Petrol prices have not been altered since June 29 and remained unchanged at Rs 80.43 per litre in Delhi and Rs 87.19 per litre in Mumbai


BusinessToday.In
July 29, 2020
Petrol prices have not been altered since June 29. Petrol prices remained unchanged at Rs 80.43 per litre in Delhi and Rs 87.19 per litre in Mumbai


BusinessToday.In
July 28, 2020
Diesel rates were increased by 15 paise per litre on Sunday, July 26. This took the retail selling price in the national capital to Rs 81.94 per litre, its highest ever. In Mumbai, diesel is priced at Rs 80.11 per litre


BusinessToday.In
July 27, 2020
In the past five weeks, diesel prices have risen on 30 occasions, while petrol rates have risen 21 times. The cumulative price increase since the oil companies started raising prices on June 7 stands at Rs 9.17 for petrol and Rs 12.67 for diesel


PTI
July 26, 2020
This is the second consecutive day of price increase. Rates were hiked by 15 paise on Saturday. The price increase on Saturday came after a four-day hiatus in rate revision


BusinessToday.In
July 22, 2020
The OMCs have not changed the petrol prices for the past 22 days.  However, diesel price was increased by 12 paise on Monday, July 20.


BusinessToday.In
July 21, 2020
The OMCs have not changed the petrol prices for the past 22 days.  However, diesel price was increased by 12 paise yesterday


BusinessToday.In
July 20, 2020
According to a study conducted by IIT-AIIMS researchers said the spread of coronavirus might pick up the pace during monsoon and winter with fall in temperatures


BusinessToday.In
July 20, 2020
The cumulative price increase since the oil companies started raising prices on June 7 stands at Rs 9.17 for petrol and Rs 12.33 for diesel


BusinessToday.In
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


BusinessToday.In
July 16, 2020
At present, petrol is available at Rs 80.43 per litre and diesel at Rs 81.18 per litre in Delhi. In Mumbai, diesel is priced at Rs 79.40 per litre and petrol at 87.19 per litre as of July 16


Manoj Sharma
July 14, 2020
Additional levies are expected to help Centre tide over economic loss due to coronavirus lockdown, which has squeezed its income from taxes amid higher spending on welfare programmes for poor and migrants


PTI
July 13, 2020
Rossari Biotech's initial share sale has ended four months of inactivity in India's IPO market. SBI Cards & Payment Services Ltd. was the last company to float such an offering in March


BusinessToday.In
July 13, 2020
Rossari Biotech IPO: The issue received bids for 49,30,030 equity shares as against offer size of 81,73,530 equity shares (excluding the anchor book portion)


BusinessToday.In
July 13, 2020
Gurnani also said that the company is launching a special leave category for its coronavirus positive employees


BusinessToday.In
July 13, 2020
The sales have dipped 30 per cent to 40 per cent week-on-week in the current month so far on account of import hurdles and  production delays


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