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May 30, 2018
Government has no role in fuel price fixation, says Petroleum Minister Dharmendra PradhanWith Opposition parties mocking the one paisa cut in the prices of petroleum products, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Wednesday said the prices are decided by the oil companies and the government has no role in it.
May 24, 2018
Petrol, diesel rates: Govt is taking issue seriously, will come out with a solution in 3-4 days, says BJP president Amit ShahPetrol costs Rs 76.87 per litre in Delhi and diesel costs Rs 68.08 a litre. In the past nine days, petrol price has risen by Rs 2.24 a litre and diesel by Rs 2.15.
Apr 23, 2018
Man who cancelled Ola because of Muslim driver: 'Hindutva thinker' Abhishek Mishra 'holds responsibility' of VHP's IT cellAbhishek Mishra who received flak on Twitter for cancelling his Ola cab ride because the driver was Muslim, is followed on the microblogging site by Union ministers from Narendra Modi's Cabinet
Sep 18, 2017
High petrol, diesel prices: States may protest, but govt needs to quickly bring fuel products under GSTNot much has been done on energy saving measures like car pooling, accent on public transport and special lanes for heavy occupancy vehicles
Apr 22, 2017
Petrol pumps shutdown on Sundays to be dealt with necessary action, says govtAll India Petroleum Dealers Association president Ajay Bansal said that the association, which has nearly 46,000 petrol pump owners as members, is not participating in the Sunday closure
Apr 19, 2017
Petrol pump dealers' decision to close on Sundays could invoke Essential Commodities Act: GovtDealers' body representatives told the media on Tuesday that their decision was in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent call to save petrol and diesel.
Apr 13, 2017
Daily petrol, diesel price change: Why it will only partly benefit the Indian consumerWill the government continue to increase central and state levies on petrol and diesel to largely negate any benefit of global softening of crude prices – this remains the key question.