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The common man is feeling the pinch of rising prices in March. The month, which marks the high point of the financial year, proved costly for Aam Aadmi as the prices of a host of essentials were raised, affecting household budgets.


Petrol and diesel prices were increased on Tuesday by 80 paise per liter each.

Petrol in Delhi will now cost Rs 96.21 per liter from Rs 95.41 previously, while diesel tariffs have risen from Rs 86.67 per liter to Rs 87.47, according to a price notification from fuel retailers owned by the state.

In Mumbai, the price of petrol was raised by Rs 0.84 per liter to Rs 110.82, and diesel by Rs 0.86 to Rs 95.

The rates, which differ from state to state depending on the incidence of local taxes such as value-added tax (VAT), are expected to continue to rise over the coming days as oil companies d recoup losses by keeping prices unchanged for a period of time. record 137 days, according to a PTI report.


In a direct hit to household kitchens, prices for domestic LPG cooking gas have been raised by Rs 50 per bottle. The price of unsubsidized LPG gas has been raised to Rs 949.50 per 14.2 kg cylinder in the nation’s capital and Mumbai, and Rs 976 in Kolkata.

Non-subsidized cooking gas is that which consumers buy after they have exhausted their quota of 12 bottles at a subsidized price or below the market price.

This is the highest tariff ever paid by subsidized LPG users. The unsubsidized tariff had peaked at Rs 1,241 in January 2014, but at that time the government was offering up to Rs 600 per cylinder subsidy, according to a PTI report.


The price of diesel sold to large consumers increased by around 25 rupees per liter in March.

The increased fares are aimed at bulk users such as state bus fleets, shopping malls and airports that use diesel to generate emergency power, PTI reported.


March saw an increase in Amul and Mother Dairy milk prices.

‘Amul’ milk would become Rs 2 per liter more expensive nationwide from March 1, the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) has said.

With the rise of Rs 2, whole milk in the metropolitan markets of Ahmedabad, Delhi NCR, Kolkata and Mumbai will cost Rs 60 per litre, while tonic milk will cost Rs 48 per liter in Ahmedabad and Rs 50 per liter in Delhi NCR, Mumbai and Kolkata.

Mother Dairy raised milk prices by Rs 2 per liter in Delhi-NCR.

“In view of the increase in purchase prices [amount paid to farmers]fuel costs and packaging material costs, Mother Dairy is forced to raise its fluid milk prices by Rs 2/litre in Delhi NCR with effect from March 6, 2022,” the company said.


The price of a 70 gram pack of Maggi Masala noodles has been increased to Rs 14 from Rs 12 previously. The price of a 140 gram pack has been increased by Rs 3.

A 560 gram packet of Maggi Masala noodles would cost you 105 rupees, up from 96 rupees earlier.

Nestlé has increased the price of 1 liter carton of A+ milk from Rs 75 to Rs 78.

Prices for Nescafé, Bru, Taj Mahal and Brooke Bond products have been increased.


The price of CNG in Delhi and neighboring towns increased by Rs 0.50 per kg in March. The price of CNG in Delhi NCT has been raised to Rs 57.51 per kg from Rs 56.51.

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