Fuel prices rose on Monday between 5 paise and 12 paise across the four metro cities in line with global oil prices and a weakening rupee. Petrol price crossed the crucial Rs. 90 mark in Mumbai, stated Indian Oil Corporation (IOC). A litre of petrol was being sold in Mumbai at the rate of Rs. 90.08, according to the website of IOC, the largest fuel retailer of the country. Petrol was being sold in New Delhi for Rs. 82.72/ litre, in Kolkata for Rs. 84.54/ litre, and in Chennai for Rs. 85.99/ litre. A litre of diesel was being sold for Rs. 78.58 in Mumbai, Rs. 74.02 in New Delhi, Rs. 75.87 in Kolkata and Rs. 78.26 in Chennai, according to iocl.com.