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Petrol Prices today Petrol and diesel; Find out today’s fuel rate – Petrol diesel rate remains unchanged on 11th consecutive day

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  • A total of 3 lakh 54 thousand 653 crore infected patients were found in India on Sunday.
  • Petroleum companies have decided to keep fuel prices unchanged on Monday.
  • Gasoline and diesel prices are stable for the eleventh day in a row.

Petroleum companies have decided to keep fuel prices unchanged on Monday. For the eleventh day in a row, there has been no change in petrol and diesel prices in the country.

Petroleum companies have kept petrol and diesel prices stable in major cities for the eleventh consecutive day. Today, the price of petrol in Mumbai is fixed at Rs 96.82. Diesel is priced at Rs 87.81. In Delhi today, a litre of petrol costs Rs 90.40. Diesel is priced at Rs 80.83. In Chennai, petrol is priced at Rs 92.43 today. Diesel is priced at Rs 85.73.

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In Kolkata, petrol is priced at Rs 90.62 today. Diesel is priced at Rs 83.61. In Bangalore, petrol is priced at Rs 93.43 and diesel at Rs 85.60. Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh has the highest ever diesel price of Rs 88.98. Petrol is priced at Rs 98.41. Six days ago, petrol became cheaper by 16 paise and diesel by 14 paise.

In Singapore, Brent crude fell डॉलर 0.15 to. 65.96 this morning, while WTI crude fell डॉलर 0.10 to ६ 62.04 a barrel.

A total of 3 lakh 54 thousand 653 crore infected patients have been found in the country on Sunday (April 26, 2021). At present 28 lakh 07 thousand 388 patients are undergoing treatment in the country. In the last 24 hours, 2,808 crore infected patients have lost their lives in the country. A total of 2 lakh 18 thousand 624 patients were discharged from the hospital in the country on Sunday. The total number of coronary heart disease patients in the country has reached 1 crore 73 lakh 06 thousand 420. So far, a total of 1 lakh 95 thousand 118 citizens have lost their lives due to corona.

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