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Petrol prices cut for sixth straight day: Here's what you pay in top cities

Petrol now costs Rs 75.55 per litre in Delhi, down from Rs 75.69 on Monday

BS Web Team  |  New Delhi 

Petrol prices

were lowered for a sixth consecutive day on Tuesday. While fell by up to 14-18 paise in the four metro cities, were down by 10-14 paise.

According to the prices announced by Indian Oil Corp (IOC), petrol was being sold at Rs 75.55 per litre in Delhi, down from Rs 75.69 on Monday. in the capital were down 10 paise to Rs 67.38 a litre.

In Mumbai, petrol now costs Rs 83.12 a litre and diesel Rs 71.52 a litre. On Monday, petrol and diesel in Mumbai were priced at Rs 83.30 and Rs 71.66 a litre, respectively.

The price of petrol in other major cities are Rs 78.23 in Kolkata and Rs 78.40 in Chennai. The revised stands at Rs 69.93 in Kolkata and Rs 71.12 in Chennai.

Here are the prices of non-branded petrol across the country (Rs/litre), applicable from 6:00 am June 26:

Bangalore: Rs 76.77

Bhopal: Rs 81.14

Bhubaneswar: Rs 74.38

Chandigarh: Rs 72.66

Dehradun: Rs 77.07

Gandhinagar: Rs 74.87

Gangtok: Rs 78.65

Guwahati: Rs 77.66

Hyderabad: Rs 80.03

Imphal: Rs 73.69

Jaipur: Rs 78.27

Jalandhar: Rs 80.73

Lucknow: Rs 76.56

Patna: Rs 81.04

Pondicherry: Rs 74.37

Raipur: Rs 75.97

Ranchi: Rs 75.72

Shimla: Rs 75.73

Srinagar: Rs 79.99

Trivandrum: Rs 78.63

Here are the prices of non-branded diesel across the country (Rs/Litre), applicable from 6:00 am on June 26:

Bangalore: Rs 68.35

Bhopal: Rs 70.93

Bhubaneswar: Rs 72.22

Chandigarh: Rs 65.43

Dehradun: Rs 67.71

Gandhinagar: Rs 72.41

Gangtok: Rs 69.20

Guwahati: Rs 70.33

Hyderabad: Rs 73.24

Jaipur: Rs 71.77

Jalandhar: Rs 67.30

Lucknow: Rs 67.53

Patna: Rs 72.05

Pondicherry: Rs 69.61

Raipur: Rs 72.75

Ranchi: Rs 71.15

Shimla: Rs 67.03

Srinagar: Rs 70.77

Trivandrum: Rs 72.14

Fuel rates in India are largely determined by global crude oil prices. On Monday, Brent crude futures fell 82 cents, or 1.1 percent, to settle at $74.73 a barrel.

First Published: Tue, June 26 2018. 09:05 IST