Petrol prices rose for the sixth day in a row

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Hyderabad: Oil companies have hiked petrol prices for the sixth day in a row. Prices, which had already reached an all-time high, rose again on Sunday. This is the 8th increase in petrol prices this month. Oil companies have hiked petrol and diesel prices by 20 to 34 paise per liter. In Hyderabad, a liter of petrol costs Rs 92.26 and diesel Rs 86.23. In Warangal, a liter of petrol costs Rs. 91.71 and diesel at Rs. 85.64. In the national capital, a liter of petrol was hiked by 29 paise and diesel by 32 paise to Rs. 88.73, diesel at Rs. 79.06. In the financial capital Mumbai, a liter of petrol costs Rs 95.21 and diesel Rs 86.04. Experts say this will have an impact on domestic energy prices as prices rise in the international market. Ordinary people are suffering severely with rising prices.

Petrol And diesel prices rise for sixth day

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