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The price of petrol was increased by 25 paise in Delhi and stands at Rs 102.14 per litre. The price in Mumbai is Rs 108.19 per litre, that is an increase of 24 paise.
With no revision on Tuesday, the price of petrol and diesel remains unchanged at Rs 101.19 and Rs 88.62 per litre in Delhi.
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Petrol prices in all metros have now crossed Rs 100 per litre mark.
In line with softening of global oil prices, OMCs have not revised petrol and diesel prices for the past 10 days since July 18.
International crude prices declined around 10 per cent to $69 a barrel from a high of over $77 a barrel just a few weeks ago.
Across the country as well, Petrol price increased in the range of 30-40 paise per litre, while diesel prices remained unchanged.
The price of diesel in Delhi remains at Rs 89.36 per litre, while in Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata it is priced at Rs 96.91, Rs 93.91 and Rs 92.27 per litre, respectively.
Starting from a price line of Rs 90.40 a litre on May 1, petrol is now priced at Rs 98.81 a litre in the national capital, rising by a sharp Rs 8.41 per litre in the last 60 days.
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