Fuel prices increased again across the country on Wednesday adding more misery for the common man already grappling with rising food prices amidst shrinking income.
The price of petrol has just hit a high ceiling in the Malkangiri district of Odisha. In breaking all its previous records, the petrol price in Kalimela area of the district has touched Rs 100 per litre of the oil.
With no change in the prices on Sunday, fuel prices remained unchanged on 15 days and increased 15 days so far in the month of May.
A day after steep increase in retail prices of petrol and diesel, fuel retailers on Saturday spared consumers of any further increase in fuel prices.
New Delhi: Fuel prices in the country finally fell on Thursday with oil marketing companies deciding to pass the benefit of softer global oil prices earlier this month to the…
New Delhi: Oil marketing companies (OMC) kept petrol and diesel prices unchanged for the 12th straight day across the four metro cities on Sunday. In the national capital, petrol was…
New Delhi: Oil marketing companies on Friday went on pause mode and decided against revising petrol and diesel after cutting its retail rates in the previous two days. Accordingly, the pump price of petrol and diesel remained at previous days level of Rs 90.78 and Rs 81.10 a litre respectively in the national capital. Petrol […]
New Delhi: Country’s petrol and diesel prices continued its northward march on Saturday, after a three-day break, taking its retail rates to unprecedented levels and burning holes in the consumers pockets. Oil marketing companies raised the pump price of petrol and diesel by 24 paise and 15 paise per litre on Saturday. With this, petrol […]
New Delhi: Oil marketing companies on Wednesday gave momentary relief to consumers from skyrocketing fuel prices by keeping retail price of petrol and diesel unchanged. Accordingly, the price of petrol continued to be at Rs 90.93 a litre and diesel Rs 81.32 a litre in the capital. Elsewhere in the country as well, fuel prices […]
Bhubaneswar: Holding Centre and State government accountable for rising petrol and diesel prices, the Odisha Congress workers on Monday observed a six-hour-long bandh from 7 AM to 1 PM and staged ‘rail roko’ agitation across the State demanding an immediate reduction in fuel rates. Claiming that the state-wide shutdown by the Congress was a big […]