New Delhi, April 8 -- Oil marketing companies (OMCs) kept fuel prices across the country unchanged for a ninth consecutive day on Thursday, which means that since March 30, REPLACED, one litre of petrol and an equal quantity of diesel are available in Delhi at Rs.90.56 and Rs.80.87 respectively.

Financial capital Mumbai has the highest fuel prices among the four metros, with a litre each of petrol and diesel costing Rs.96.98 and Rs.87.96 respectively. Chennai is next with petrol at Rs.92.58 per litre and diesel at Rs.85.88 a litre. Kolkata follows with petrol and diesel at Rs.90.77 and Rs.83.55.

On March 30, rates were revised after being kept constant for four days. On that day, the prices were slashed by 22 paise for a litre of petrol...