Petrol, diesel prices today: Rates constant on 10 November, check here what you need to pay in your city
Petrol and diesel prices on 10 November 2021: Petrol price in Delhi stands at Rs 103.97 per litre while diesel is available for Rs 86.67. In Mumbai, petrol is retailing at Rs 109.98 while diesel costs Rs 94.14
Petrol and diesel prices remained constant across the country on Wednesday.
In Delhi, petrol costs Rs 103.97 a litre while the rate of diesel was Rs 86.67 per litre.
In Mumbai, petrol can be bought at Rs 109.98 per litre and diesel costs Rs 94.14 for one litre.
In Chennai, a litre of petrol is priced at Rs 101.40. On Wednesday, the price of a litre of diesel was Rs 91.43 per litre.
Petrol in Kolkata costs Rs 104.67 per litre while diesel costs Rs 101.56 a litre.
While petrol can be bought at Rs 107.23 in Bhopal, which is a cut by Rs 6.27, diesel costs Rs 90.87 per litre.
Following are the prices of diesel and petrol in a few metros and Tier-II cities in the country:
Petrol - Rs 109.98 per litre
Diesel - Rs 94.14 per litre
Petrol - Rs 103.97 per litre
Diesel - Rs 86.67 per litre
Petrol - Rs 101.40 per litre
Diesel - Rs 91.43 per litre
Petrol - Rs 104.67 per litre
Diesel - Rs 89.79 per litre
Petrol - Rs 107.23 per litre
Diesel - Rs 90.87 per litre
Petrol - Rs 108.20 per litre
Diesel - Rs 94.62 per litre
Petrol - Rs 100.58 per litre
Diesel - Rs 85.01 per litre
Petrol - Rs 94.58 per litre
Diesel - Rs 81.29 per litre
Petrol - Rs 95.28 per litre
Diesel - Rs 86.80 per litre
Petrol - Rs 95.35 per litre
Diesel - Rs 89.33 per litre
Petrol - Rs 106.36 per litre
Diesel - Rs 93.47 per litre
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe warned Lankans that the ‘next couple of months will be the most difficult ones of our lives'. The country, facing its worst economic crisis in more than 70 years, was down to its last day of petrol on Monday
'We are reducing the central excise duty on petrol by Rs 8 per litre and on diesel by Rs 6 per litre,' finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman said
The Centre has reduced excise duty on petrol by Rs 8 per litre and on diesel by Rs 6 a litre, slashing prices of both to some extent. When central duties are cut, states also lose earnings