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  • Diesel Price May be Deregulated Over Next 12 Months: Moody's

    Diesel Price May be Deregulated Over Next 12 Months: Moody's

    Diesel prices are likely to be completely deregulated over the next 12 months as monthly increases in the price bridge the gap between cost and retail price, rating agency Moody's said on Wednesday.

  • Non-Subsidised LPG Cylinder Price Hiked By Rs 16.50

    Non-Subsidised LPG Cylinder Price Hiked By Rs 16.50

    After the hike in petrol and diesel rates, the price of non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) was on Tuesday raised by Rs.16.50 per cylinder in the wake of international crude oil prices surging due to the ongoing Iraq crisis.

  • Jayalalithaa Opposes Fuel Price Hike

    Jayalalithaa Opposes Fuel Price Hike

    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Monday opposed the latest revision in fuel prices, saying it has come as a 'disappointment' to people who voted for BJP expecting a change from the 'wrong' economic policies of the previous Congress-led UPA...

  • Petrol Price Hiked by Rs 1.69 a Litre, Diesel by 50 Paise

    Petrol Price Hiked by Rs 1.69 a Litre, Diesel by 50 Paise

    Oil marketing companies have hiked petrol prices by Rs 1.69/litre and diesel by Rs 0.50/litre, effective from 1st July.

  • Cabinet Likely to Discuss Gas Price Hike Today

    Cabinet Likely to Discuss Gas Price Hike Today

    Oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan is likely to attend a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, amid speculation that the government India could raise gas prices from July 1. Mr Pradhan is not a member of the cabinet committee, but can attend the meeting as a sp...

  • LPG Cylinder Prices May Go Up By Rs 5 Every Month: Report

    LPG Cylinder Prices May Go Up By Rs 5 Every Month: Report

    For diesel, the subsidy estimated is Rs 35,736 crore but this will come down if the monthly increases continue as planned, sources said.

  • Petrol, Diesel Prices May be Hiked to Upgrade Fuel Standards

    Petrol, Diesel Prices May be Hiked to Upgrade Fuel Standards

    The panel, headed by former Planning Commission member Chaudhuri, suggested that fuels should meet Euro-IV emission norms all over the country by 2017 and Euro-V standards by 2020.

  • ONGC, BPCL poised for strong gains: CLSA

    ONGC, BPCL poised for strong gains: CLSA

    May's breakout is a major bullish event for ONGC, which has ended the stock's three-year ranging price action, Mr Balanco says. CLSA has a price target of Rs 500-511 on ONGC.

  • Oil Marketing Companies Gain on Diesel Price Hike

    Oil Marketing Companies Gain on Diesel Price Hike

    Shares of public sector oil marketing companies rose after diesel prices were hiked yesterday by Rs 1.09 a litre, excluding state levies.

  • Diesel Price Hiked by Rs 1.09 a Litre After Polling Ends

    Diesel Price Hiked by Rs 1.09 a Litre After Polling Ends

    After a brief hiatus, diesel prices were hiked on Monday by Rs 1.09 a litre, excluding state levies in India.

  • Diesel Prices Should Be Hiked Before May 16: Kirit Parikh

    Diesel Prices Should Be Hiked Before May 16: Kirit Parikh

    Based on recommendations of a Dr Parikh-led committee, the government in January 2013 had decided to hike diesel prices by 40-50 paise per month till the entire losses on sale of the fuel are wiped out, and prices made market determined.

  • Petrol price cut by 75 paise a litre; diesel unchanged

    Petrol price cut by 75 paise a litre; diesel unchanged

    The price of petrol was on Monday cut by 75 paise per litre - the first reduction in five months - while the already unpopular monthly hike in diesel rates was put off during the election season.

  • Petrol price increased by 60 paise, diesel by 50 paise

    Petrol price increased by 60 paise, diesel by 50 paise

    Oil marketing companies in India has increased petrol prices by 60 paise per litre and diesel by 50 paise/litre, excluding state levies. The new prices will come into effect from midnight Friday.

  • Diesel price hiked by 50 paise; non-domestic LPG cut by Rs 107

    Diesel price hiked by 50 paise; non-domestic LPG cut by Rs 107

    The price of diesel was on Friday hiked by 50 paise per litre, while that of petrol was kept unchanged.

  • Bulk diesel price hike may be partially rolled back

    Bulk diesel price hike may be partially rolled back

    India has asked bulk buyers to pay market rates for diesel since last January and has also been raising the price of subsidised diesel in small amounts every month in an effort to cut its ballooning fuel subsidies.

  • Petrol price hiked by 75 paise a litre, diesel by 50 paise

    Petrol price hiked by 75 paise a litre, diesel by 50 paise

    Petrol price was on Friday hiked by 75 paise and diesel by 50 paise a litre as rise in global oil rates and fall in rupee value increased the cost of production.

  • IOC, HPCL, BPCL shares up on diesel price hike hopes

    IOC, HPCL, BPCL shares up on diesel price hike hopes

    The ministry is considering the diesel price hike along with a proposal for a new subsidy sharing mechanism, a newspaper reported on Thursday, citing unnamed officials.

  • Maruti says diesel car sales continue to decline

    Maruti says diesel car sales continue to decline

    In the previous fiscal of 2012-13, Maruti's sales rose 3 per cent. The company said it does not see demand picking up for the rest of the current fiscal year ending March 2014.

  • Petrol gets costlier by 41 paise a litre, diesel by 10 paise

    Petrol gets costlier by 41 paise a litre, diesel by 10 paise

    Petrol price was on Friday hiked by 41 paise a litre without taxes following the government decision to raise commission paid to petrol pump dealers and firming global oil rates. Diesel rates were also increased by 10 paise per litre.

  • Moily hints at moderation in diesel price hike

    Moily hints at moderation in diesel price hike

    The government-appointed Kirit Parikh committee suggested an "immediate" hike prices of diesel by Rs 5 a litre, Rs 4 per litre in kerosene and Rs 250 per cylinder in LPG, reduce annual entitlement of subsidised cooking gas cylinder from six from nine...

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