(IOC) raised the price of petrol by 15 paise a litre and diesel by 23 paise a litre on Tuesday.
Diesel price in Mumbai: Shockingly, the diesel price in Mumbai was hiked most among metro cities, as the price has reached to Rs 70.88 per litre-mark, the highest among metro cities.
Before Monday, petrol and diesel prices were last revised on April 24 when they were hiked by 13 paise each.
With the changes, petrol will cost Rs 110 per litre in Kathmandu Valley.
Nepal Oil Corporation has hiked Rs 2 per litre in petrol, diesel, kerosene effective from Wednesday midnight, official at the NOC said.
Disruption in internal body clock can put your mental health at risk
He said that a 10pm cut-off would give the average adult time to wind down before switching off the lights and going to sleep. The participants wore activity monitors for a week which measured how disrupted their body clocks were.
Petrol now costs Rs 75.10 in Delhi a litre, Rs 77.79 in Kolkata, Rs 82.94 in Mumbai, Rs 77.93 in Chennai, Rs 76.31 in Bengaluru, and Rs 79.55 in Hyderabad.
Global crude prices had been rising over fears that the sanctions by the United States on Iran, one of the biggest producers in the Middle East, could limit crude exports from the country. Brent crude oil had touched $79.47 a barrel, its highest since November 2014, following concerns that U.S. sanctions on Iran are likely to restrict export of crude from one of the biggest producers in the Middle East.
IOC Chairman Sanjiv Singh earlier told to IANS that the dynamic pricing was suspended temporarily despite a rise in global rates to avoid panic among consumers.
The NOC, however, has not increased the price of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG).
He further said that the prices of the cooking gas (LPG) and civil aviation fuel have remained static at Rs 1,375 per cylinder and Rs 95 per litre respectively.