Petrol, diesel get costlier

New Delhi [India], might eighteen (ANI): In line with the worth hike proclaimed earlier, the value of fuel and diesel across Republic of India has been hiked as of 6:00 a.m. this morning.
As per the Indian Oil Corporation web site, costs of non-branded fuel are revised to Rs. 75.61 per cubic decimeter in Delhi, Rs. 76.83 per cubic decimeter in Bengaluru, Rs. 78.29 per cubic decimeter in city, Rs. 83.45 per cubic decimeter in city and Rs. 78.46 per cubic decimeter in city.
In the urban center Region (NCR), highest fuel worth recorded is in Noida (Rs. 76.65 per litre).
Meanwhile, diesel costs across Republic of India are revised to Rs. 67.08 per cubic decimeter in Delhi, Rs. 68.23 per cubic decimeter in Bengaluru, Rs. 69.63 per cubic decimeter in city, Rs. 71.42 per cubic decimeter in city, Rs. 70.80 per cubic decimeter in city.
The highest worth of diesel within the NCR has been recorded at Faridabad (Rs. 68.20 per litre).
As per reports, the hike in costs comes within the scenery of increase in world rock oil costs, that square measure reportedly calculable to the touch USD a hundred for one barrel.
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