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Govt cuts petrol price by Rs.2.46 a litre

, June 29, 2012, 0 Comments

India’s three oil marketing companies have decided to reduce petrol prices by a minimum of Rs.2.46 a litre, depending on states’ sales taxes, from midnight.

In Delhi, the revised price for a litre of petrol would be Rs.67.78, in Mumbai it would be Rs.73.35 while in Chennai it would be Rs.72.27.

The revised price in Kolkata, Hyderabad and Bangalore will be Rs.72.74, Rs.74.89 and Rs.76.39 a litre.






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