A new itinerary for some long-distance trains has been announced by Indian Railways and will take effect on 1 November
LPG cylinder rate cut: 19-kg commercial cylinder gets cheaper; here are revised rates in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai
The price of the 19-kg commercial LPG cylinder has been reduced by Rs 198 in Delhi. The revised rate comes into effect from today
The new rates of the commercial liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) connections come into effect from Tuesday, 28 June
The reduced price of the 19 kg commercial LPG cylinder comes into effect immediately from 1 June. After the cut, a cylinder in Delhi now costs Rs 2,219
"With the rising fuel price hike, people are using cow dung cakes to make rotis," said a Congress worker
Earlier this month, the prices of a 19-kg commercial LPG cylinder was increased by Rs 102.50, to Rs 2355.50
With this hike, a 14.2 kg non-subsidised LPG cylinder will now cost customers in New Delhi Rs 949.50
A 19 kg commercial cylinder will cost consumers Rs 2,012 in New Delhi from today, a sharp hike from last month's price of Rs 1,907
The explosion took place on the third floor of a building while a cylinder was being changed. It not only led to the collapse of the roof and walls but also impacted four other houses on the second floor
Inflation in food articles eased for the third straight month, and was at 'zero' percent in July, down from 3.09% in June, even as onion prices spiked. Inflation in onions was high at 72.01%
A legal opinion has now been sought to ascertain if privatised BPCL will be eligible to receive liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) produced by companies such as ONGC and GAIL
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The report reveals that a whopping 37 percent of LPG-using slum households didn't receive doorstep delivery of cylinders.
Non-subsidised LPG now costs Rs 720.50 in Kolkata, Rs 694 in Mumbai, and Rs 710 in Chennai. Rates defer depending on the incidence of local sales tax or VAT
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Fuel demand hit: Petrol sales down 61%, diesel at 56.5% in April; demand expected to pick up this month
India's fuel consumption slumped by close to 70 per cent in April as all petroleum products except LPG saw massive demand erosion following a nationwide lockdown halted economic activity and travel
Reliance Industries Ltd has cut crude oil processing at its exports-only refinery at Jamnagar in Gujarat in March by close to one-fourth as it joins public sector oil firms in cutting run-rate to align production with a coronavirus-induced slump in fuel consumption
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India is capitalizing on low global oil prices to fill its underground strategic oil reserves, with the first shipload of 1 million barrels of crude oil from the UAE arriving at Mangalore as part of efforts to shore up supplies to meet any supply or price disruption
IndianOil steps up initiatives to augment LPG supply; company appeals to people to not resort to panic booking
the company said it had delivered more than 3.38 crore LPG cylinders in the last 15 days since the lockdown, which is 26 lakh cylinders every single working day.
With the number of vehicles on roads falling sharply in the lockdown period due to the coronavirus spread, the public sector Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited (MRPL) has cut down production of petrol and diesel by half