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PTI
New Delhi, June 14, 2018
After hitting an all-time high of Rs 78.43 a litre for petrol and Rs 69.31 for diesel on May 29, rates have been cut on 14 occasions thereafter as international oil prices softened and the rupee strengthened against the US dollar.


BusinessToday.In
June 12, 2018
This is the fourteenth cut in a row. Before slashing the fuel prices, the petroleum companies had hiked the cost for 16 consecutive days - from May 13 to May 29, petrol price was raised by Rs 3.8 and diesel by Rs 3.38 per litre. 


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 11, 2018
As per the Indian Oil Corporation data, petrol and diesel prices have been slashed for the 13th consecutive day -- after it touched record high of Rs 78.43 on May 29 -- by over Rs 1.80, while diesel by Rs 1.38.


BusinessToday.In
June 10, 2018
In last 12 days, the petrol price has come down by Rs 1.65 paise - in the national capital -  from its record high of Rs 78.43 on May 29. Before slashing the prices, oil marketing companies had hiked the fuel cost for 16 consecutive days - from May 13 to May 29, petrol price was raised by Rs 3.8 and diesel by Rs 3.38 per litre.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 8, 2018
The diesel prices also dipped 15 paise in all metro cities, except Chennai where the prices dropped by 16 paise. In Delhi, diesel was priced at Rs 68.58, while Rs 71.13 in Kolkata and Rs 73.02 in Mumbai.


BusinessToday.In
June 6, 2018
In last eight days, petrol price in the national capital has come down by 71 paise from its record high of Rs 78.43 on May 29. Before cutting the prices, oil marketing companies last month hiked the fuel cost for 16 consecutive days - from May 13 to May 29, petrol price was raised by Rs 3.8 and diesel by Rs 3.38 per litre.


BusinessToday.In
June 5, 2018
Recent cut in fuel rates in India have come in the backdrop of continuous fall in international crude oil prices over the week. US crude prices on Monday touched its lowest level in nearly two months. 


BusinessToday.In
June 4, 2018
In last six days, petrol price in Delhi has come down by 47 paise from its record high of Rs 78.43 on May 29. Before reducing the prices, oil marketing companies had hiked the fuel cost for 16 consecutive days - from May 13 to May 29, petrol price was raised by Rs 3.8 and diesel by Rs 3.38 per litre.


BusinessToday.In
June 3, 2018
In last five days, petrol price in Delhi has come down by 32 paise from its record high of Rs 78.43 on May 29. But, the reduction amount is still lower than what the oil marketing companies hiked in 16 consecutive days - from May 13 to May 29, petrol price was raised by Rs 3.8 and diesel by Rs 3.38 per litre.


BusinessToday.In
June 2, 2018
Last month, petrol and diesel prices hit a record high due to rise in international crude oil cost. However, the crude prices witnessed a marginal cut earlier this week after Saudi Arabia and Russia announced that they were willing to lift supply curbs that had pushed crude prices to their highest since 2014.


BusinessToday.In
May 31, 2018
Unless the IndianOil Corporation has goofed up again, the price drop in petrol is now 7 paise per litre and diesel is down 5 paise.


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May 30, 2018



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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 30, 2018
Rahul Gandhi asked if the price cut of 1 paisa was a prank and said that it was in poor taste.


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May 30, 2018



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May 30, 2018



BusinessToday.In
May 30, 2018
After a constant hike for 16 days, petrol and diesel prices cut by 1 paisa on Wednesday. Fuel prices have seen a sharp rise soon after the polling concluded in Karnataka assembly elections.


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May 30, 2018



BusinessToday.In
May 29, 2018
The government is facing flak over its inability to come up with some formula to contain the prices. However, the options before the current dispensation are limited. The opposition is calling for excise duty cut on fuels which the Centre does not want to do for fear of slipping on fiscal deficit target.


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