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Petrol hits another high of Rs 87.60 in New Delhi, diesel at Rs 77.73

Petrol prices in Mumbai stood at Rs 94.12 on Wednesday as compared with Rs 93.83 yesterday. One litre of diesel will cost Rs 84.63 in the city

Petrol-diesel prices | Fuel prices | Indian Economy

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In Chennai, petrol inched up 36 paise to sell at Rs 89.96

Petrol price on Wednesday touched a record high of Rs 87.60 in the capital, a day after breaching the Rs 87-a-litre mark.

Petrol and diesel prices were hiked by 30 and 25 paise per litre respectively on Wednesday, according to a price notification from oil marketing companies. The diesel prices stood at Rs 77.73. Yesterday, the petrol price topped the Rs 87-mark to touch an all-time high of Rs 87.30 in New Delhi. Prices of the two were hiked by 35 paise per litre each.



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First Published: Wed, February 10 2021. 08:32 IST