New delhi sources stated that Petrol prices have soared by Rs 1.59 a litre and diesel by Rs 1.31 in the last six days the most since daily price revision was introduced in 2017, as a massive strike at Saudi Arabian oil facilities jolted oil markets. The petrol price was on Sunday hiked by 27 paise to Rs 73.62 a litre in the delhi market the benchmark for national rates, according to a price notification by state owned oil firms.
Furthermore price of diesel was increased by 18 paise to Rs 66.74 per litre in delhi and this is the sixth straight daily increase and has taken the cumulative price hike since September 17 to Rs 1.59 per litre in case of petrol and Rs 1.31 for diesel.
Meanwhile global oil prices shot up the most since the Gulf war in the immediate aftermath of the unprecedented drone missile strikes on key oil facilities in saudi arabia that disabled 5 per cent of the global supply. Perhaps oil prices have cooled since the spike on September 16 but remain on the edge. Moreover Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) has already tendered for import of LPG in October, possibly to make up for the shortfall from saudi arabia and india buys around 2,00,000 tonnes of LPG every month from saudi arabia.
Quality of Air in Delhi is very poor New Delhi sources stated that a thick layer of haze lingered over the national capital on Monday morning as its air quality index deteriorated further, touching the 239 mark in several areas such as Jahagirpuri, Punjabi Bagh and Wazirpur. Meanwhile according to data provided by aqicn.org, which offers real-time air quality index for more than 60 countries in the world, the pollution level in the city has plunged with the Air Quality Index (AQI) oscillating between 'moderate' to ‘poor' category.
- Mobile Phones rings in Kashmir Valley after 68 days
- 10,000 HAL workers begins their Indefinite Strike
- 4 National Level Hockey Players died in car crash in MP
- PM Modi has 30 Million followers on Instagram
- When will TSRTC strike come to an end?
- India gets started on a rail link between Raxaul in Bihar to the Nepalese capital
- Air India says issues regarding aviation fuel payments would be resolved early
- Chiranjeevi and Jagan's Bonhomie Surprises Everyone
- Jagan Increases Rythu Bharosa Amount in the Last Minute
- Indian-American Abhijit Banerjee Selected for Nobel Prize
- India slowed considerably from go-go-years before financial crisis: Raghuram Rajan
- Jagan discussed conditions on Ghanta with Chiru!
- BJP not yet projected any chief ministerial face for upcoming Assembly polls in Delhi
- Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi campaigns for the party in Haryana today
- Investigations going on in sensational Jolly Joseph serial murders case