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Dec 24, 2014
BRICS bank needs to ensure easy realisation of bonds, say RangarajanArray
Dec 18, 2014
RBI may cut rates in early 2015, says RangarajanThe RBI may go for rate cut early next year as price situation is showing 'definite improvement', former chairman of Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council, C Rangarajan said today.
Sep 25, 2014
Gas price revision deferred due to state elections: Oil MinisterEarlier Pradhan had told Parliament that a new gas price will be announced by September end.
Sep 24, 2014
Gas pricing: Cabinet likely to take up rate hike issue todayIn a case a decision is put-off today, the government will miss its own deadline of announcing a new rate by month end.
Sep 17, 2014
Gas pricing formula: Panel's new report prescribes lower rateThough contents of the report have been kept under wraps, the official indicated that the price increase may be around 50 per cent.
Sep 14, 2014
Gas pricing: Andhra CM Naidu writes to Modi, supports pooling ratesNaidu last week wrote to Modi supporting the plan to pool or average out the price of costly imported gas (LNG) with cheaper domestically produced gas so as to make feedstock affordable for power generation.
Sep 09, 2014
Gas price of over $6.5 key to monetisation of RIL discoveriesA four-member panel of secretaries is likely to submit its report on a new gas pricing mechanism to the government by tomorrow.
Sep 08, 2014
Gas pricing: Panel to submit report on new formula by WednesdayThe Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs had on June 25 deferred by three months the implementation of a formula approved by the previous UPA government which would have doubled gas price to $8.4 per million British thermal unit.
Sep 03, 2014
Gas pricing: Energy producers want 'legitimate', 'credible' policyA four-member panel of secretaries from different ministries is holding consultations to work out a new gas pricing mechanism
Aug 03, 2014
Gas pricing: Oil Min wants Reliance Industries to sell at $4.2; $6-6.5 price for othersThe ministry last week internally discussed tweaking the formula suggested by the C Rangarajan Committee to bring down the proposed increase from $ 8.4-8.8 per million British thermal unit to $ 6-6.5, a rate that will be affordable to most consumers and also incentivise exploration