Business Today: Latest Business News, India economy News, Stock Markets, Sensex, Mutual Funds and Indian Tax
Loading...
Search

Total 217 results found. Search for [ subsidised LPG cylinder ]

Results 1 to 21 of 217
BusinessToday.In
March 1, 2021
This is second hike in last four days and fourth since February. LPG cylinder prices have been hiked by Rs 125 in February and since December, they saw Rs 200 increase


BusinessToday.In
February 25, 2021
After a Rs 50 hike, one needs to shell out Rs 769 for a single 14.2 kg non-subsidised cooking gas cylinder in Delhi and Mumbai


BusinessToday.In
February 21, 2021
Sonia Gandhi said that the central government has unreasonably levied excise duty on petrol and diesel by Rs 33 and Rs 32, respectively, which is higher than the base price of these fuels


BusinessToday.In
February 15, 2021
Fuel prices have touched new highs over the last week. In Delhi, petrol has inched closer to Rs 90, whereas, in several cities of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, it is almost on the verge of crossing Rs 100 per litre


BusinessToday.In
February 15, 2021
LPG cylinder price hike: A rise in LPG prices comes at a time when petrol and diesel rates are on a rising spree across the country


BusinessToday.In
February 8, 2021
A non-subsidised 14.2 kg LPG cylinder in Delhi and Mumbai is now available for Rs 719, according to Indian Oil Corporation. In Kolkata, an LPG cylinder will cost Rs 745 while in Chennai it will cost Rs 735


BusinessToday.In
February 4, 2021
LPG rates today: The government has hiked rates of commercial and cooking gas across major metros; here are the latest prices


BusinessToday.In
February 1, 2021
As per Indian Oil Corporation, a non-subsidised 14.2-kg gas cylinder currently costs Rs 694 in Delhi and Mumbai, Rs 720.50 in Kolkata and Rs 710 in Chennai.


BusinessToday.In
December 15, 2020
The price of a 14.2 kg LPG cylinder for domestic use has been increased by Rs 50. The price of 5 kg short cylinder has been increased by Rs 18 and the price of a 19 kg cylinder has been increased by Rs 36.50


BusinessToday.In
December 1, 2020
LPG prices today: Prices of LPG cylinders are decided and revised on a monthly basis by state oil marketing companies (OMCs)


PTI
August 1, 2020
ATF price was last hiked by 1.5 per cent or Rs 635.47 per kl, on July 16. This was the fifth straight increase since June. Petrol and diesel prices were kept unchanged on Saturday


BusinessToday.In
August 1, 2020
The cooking gas prices were increased marginally in June and July after three successive months of reductions. In the month of July, the price of an LPG cylinder was hiked by Rs 1 in Delhi and Rs 3.5 in Mumbai


BusinessToday.In
July 1, 2020
According to data from Indian Oil Corporation, which supplies LPG under brand Indane has raised the price of non-subsidised LPG by one rupee per 14.2 kg cylinder in Delhi.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 1, 2020
LPG cylinder rates increased: The selling price of LPG in Delhi market for the month of May 2020 was reduced from Rs 744 to Rs 581.50 per cylinder for all consumers in line with drop in international prices, stated Indian Oil


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 1, 2020
Since the government ended some restrictions from April 20 and allowed restricted economic activities, the fuel demand saw a slight uptick in demand in the second half of the month


Mehak Agarwal
May 1, 2020
LPG prices today: This, however, is not the first time that the LPG prices have been slashed as the OMCs generally revise the prices of LPG cylinders every month


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 1, 2020
LPG prices have been reduced considering a huge fall in global crude oil prices; as per India Oil, an LPG cylinder will cost Rs 744 in Delhi from April 1, down Rs 61.5 from previous month


BusinessToday.In
March 1, 2020
LPG cylinder price: In the national capital, Rs 858.50 cylinder will now be available for Rs 805.50


Chitranjan Kumar
New Delhi, February 17, 2020
SBI Ecowrap report suggested that the number of subsidised cylinders per annum to households can be reduced from the current 12 to 9 (average all India consumption is 6.7 cylinders), which would be sufficient for most households


BusinessToday.In
February 13, 2020
LPG subsidy latest: The All India Mahila Congress (AIMC) leaders protested outside the premises of Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry office on Thursday. These protests were over the hike of LPG prices to the tune of almost Rs 149 per cylinder


PAGES 1 OF 11  12345