Kathmandu, Jan. 1: The Nepal Oil Corporation has increased the price of fuel with effective from this midnight.
The price of petrol, diesel and kerosene has been increased by one rupee per litre while that of LPG or cooking gas has been increased by 25 rupees per cylinder. Likewise, aviation fuel has been increased for domestic airlines by Rs. 3 per litre.
As per the new price to be effective from tomorrow, petrol will cost Rs. 102 per litre, diesel and kerosene Rs. 97 per liter each and cooking gas Rs. 1,375 per cylinder. Aviation fuel (domestic) will now cost Rs. 90 per litre. RSS
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