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Petrol, diesel prices up
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, July 31
Public sector oil companies today announced an increase in the prices of petrol and diesel in keeping with the steep rise in international prices of crude oil. In Delhi, a litre of petrol will now cost Rs 36.81 per litre a hike of Rs 1.10 per litre from the existing Rs 35.71 per litre.

Diesel in Delhi will now be priced at Rs 24.16 per litre a rise of Rs 1.42 per litre from the existing Rs 22.74 per litre.

The new prices will be effective from midnight tonight.

In Mumbai, the petrol price will go up by Rs 1.19 per litre to Rs 42.15 while diesel will cost Rs 30.31 a litre against Rs 28.62 currently.

In Kolkata, a litre of petrol will be priced at Rs 39.83 as compared to the present Rs 38.69. The diesel price will go up by Rs 1.48 to Rs 26.51 a litre.

A Rs 1.19 per litre hike will see petrol being sold at Rs 40.15 in Chennai and diesel at Rs 26.93 per litre as against Rs 25.35 currently. 
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