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Petrol price hiked by Rs 1.59/litre, diesel Rs 1.31/litre in 6 days after drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities

DNA Sunday, 22 September 2019
In the last six days, petrol prices registered an increase of Rs 1.59/ litre while diesel prices were hiked by Rs 1.31/litre.
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