Friday, 28 January, 2022
TopicPrice hike

Topic: Price hike

Petrol, diesel prices hiked for fourth consecutive day

The price of petrol in Delhi rose to its highest-ever level of Rs 109.34 per litre and Rs 115.15 per litre in Mumbai, and crossed past the Rs 120 mark in parts of Madhya Pradesh.

Petrol, diesel prices rally to highest ever levels as rates hiked again by 35 paise/litre

Since the ending of the three-week-long hiatus in rate revision last month, this is the 14th increase in petrol price and the 17th time that diesel rates have gone up.

Fuel prices near record levels in India as petrol, diesel rates hiked again

Global oil prices are at a 3-year high with Brent trading at $78.64/barrel, pushing IOC, BPCL & HPCL to resume daily price revisions, ending the pause that came into effect earlier.

Govt raised fuel price 69 times this year, earned Rs 4.91 lakh cr in revenue, says Adhir Ranjan

Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, also West Bengal Congress chief, urged TMC government in state to do away with VAT to reduce fuel prices.

Petrol price crosses Rs 100/litre mark in Leh, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana after latest hike

Petrol price was increased by 27 paise per litre and diesel by 28 paise a litre in the 18th hike in the last one month, taking fuel prices across the country to a historic high.

Delhi Police block JNU student protesters, detain some as they march towards Parliament

Hundreds of personnel stopped the students around 600 metres from JNU campus. The protests are against the recent fee hike, which the govt partially rolled back last week.

Growing food mountains mean India needs to move beyond shortage mentality

Hike in rice procurement prices & milk subsidies will encourage more output, when policy should be pointing farmers the other way.

Petrol, diesel price hiked for 1st time in more than a month

Prices had hit an all-time high of Rs 78.43 a litre for petrol and Rs 69.31 per litre for diesel on May 30.

Government duties, not international oil price hikes are to blame for the high fuel prices

The Modi govt has not passed on the benefits of a steep fall in global oil prices to consumers; instead it raised the excise duty, leading to fuel price hikes.

Proud to pay

The Indian voter is changing and doesn’t mind paying more for better services and goods. It is for the leaders to understand this welcome change and build a new politics around it.

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