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May 12, 2017
4.500 Maharashtra petrol pumps to remain shut Sundays, one-shift on weekdaysThe move is being implemented to support its various demands with the Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs), including a hike in dealer margins which were not revised since 2011, and other long-pending issues.
Jul 21, 2016
Ban on diesel vehicles: Judicial bodies should refrain from knee-jerk reactionsDiesel cars have been the favourite whipping boys of NGOs and judiciary.
Apr 07, 2016
Centre to provide 1.5 crore gas connections to women members of BPL familiesArray
Apr 22, 2015
Petroleum min documents leak: CCTV operator took money to tamper with footageThe petroleum ministry officials accused of leaking sensitive documents were aided by the CCTV camera operator, who switched off the devices to allow the late-night theft of documents.
Apr 15, 2015
Petroleum ministry leak: Eight documents were classifiedThe court on April 10 sought a response from the secretaries of petroleum and natural gas and home, specifying whether the documents allegedly recovered in the leak case were "classified".
Feb 26, 2015
Oil ministry espionage case: Two more arrested by Delhi PoliceDelhi Police on Thursday arrested two more persons in connection with the corporate espionage case.
Feb 24, 2015
Oil min espionage case: Defence Ministry worker arrested for helping key accusedA casual worker employed at the Defence Ministry was arrested for allegedly providing forged identity card to a key accused in Oil Ministry espionage case.
Feb 23, 2015
The case of the missing files: Corporates knew everything, says crime branchOfficials investigating the leak at oil ministry, said that highly classified documents with signatures of senior officials which were either leaked or copied by those interested did not even reach the Prime Minister's table.
Feb 23, 2015
Oil min leak: Anil Ambani's Reliance Group says no raid conducted at any of its officesReliance Group distanced itself from reports of police raids at its offices, saying it was "not aware of the circumstances" leading to the arrest of an employee of the group's power business.
Feb 23, 2015
Unnecessary secrecy led to the leak at the oil ministry, say former bureaucratsA "callous approach" and a tendency to "unnecessarily" label documents as "secret or classified" is at the root of espionage scandals of the kind that surfaced last week, former bureaucrats have said and sought greater disclosure instead.