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Petrol price cut by R3.05 a litre; diesel hiked by 50 paise

Petrol price was on Monday cut by Rs 3.05 per litre,the first reduction in rates in over five months and the steepest in over five years

Written by Press Trust Of India | Published: October 1, 2013 2:55:22 am

Petrol price was on Monday cut by Rs 3.05 per litre,the first reduction in rates in over five months and the steepest in over five years,while diesel prices were raised by 50 paise a litre. The price changes announced by oil companies are excluding local sales tax or VAT. Post the reduction,price of petrol in Delhi will stand at Rs 72.40 per litre,while it will cost Rs 79.49 per litre in Mumbai as against Rs 83.63 currently.

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