Govt rules out any immediate hike in prices of LPG, kerosene

Price of kerosene, which currently costs Rs 14.96 a litre in Delhi, was last hiked in June 2011 when its price was hiked by Rs 2.

Govt mulls LPG, kerosene price hike in small doses

After diesel, the government is considering raising cooking gas (LPG) and kerosene rates in small doses of Rs 5 per cylinder and Rs 0.50-1 a litre every month to wipe out Rs 80,000 crore subsidy on the two fuels.

'Hike diesel price by Rs 5, kerosene by Rs 4, LPG by Rs 250'

Also, the panel suggested that the number of subsidised cooking gas cylinders supplied to households in a year should be cut to 6 bottles of 14.2-kg from the current quota of 9.

First, decisive step has been taken: Moily on diesel deregulation

The oil companies have been permitted to raise diesel prices by a small quantum periodically till such time that they are able to cover Rs 9.60 per litre loss they incur on the fuel.

Diesel price hiked by 50 paise, petrol cut by 30 paise

In bold reforms, the government Thursday moved towards deregulating diesel when it raised prices by 50 paisa per litre and planned similar monthly hikes in future to cut record subsidies.

Cabinet likely to decide on raising diesel, LPG price today

Kerosene rates have not changed since June 2011 and it currently costs Rs 14.79 per litre in Delhi.

Govt seriously considering revising auto, LPG rates: Moily

The panel had recommended an immediate hike in price of diesel by Rs 4 per litre, of kerosene by Rs 2 a litre and of LPG by Rs 50 per cylinder.

Decision on hiking fuel prices, LPG cylinder cap soon: Moily

The government will take a decision on raising diesel and cooking fuel prices along with increasing number of subsidised LPG cylinders for households "as quickly as possible," Oil Minister M Veerappa Moily said on Friday.

Diesel price may be hiked by Rs 2 per litre, LPG by Rs 75 per cylinder

The government may consider hiking diesel prices by Rs 2 to 3 per litre and LPG by Rs 50 to Rs 75.

Diesel, kerosene, LPG prices may go up soon

Diesel, kerosene and cooking gas LPG prices may be hiked soon as the government considers Vijay Kelkar Committee recommendations on cutting fiscal deficit.

VAT on kerosene reduced, tobacco products to be costlier

The decisions were taken at the cabinet meeting, chaired by Chief Minister Arjun Munda, on Monday.

No fuel price hike for now, CCPA to meet on Sep 18

A hike in the prices of diesel, LPG and kerosene was on Tuesday put off apparently following strong reservations within the Congress even though Oil Minister S Jaipal Reddy said the increase was unavoidable.

Fuel price hike unavoidable: Oil Minister

He said a decision on raising prices would have to be taken not just on economic facts but also taking into account the how much the consumers can absorb. "We have to take a balanced view."