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Subsidised LPG price hiked by Rs 1.93 per cylinder

Subsidised LPG price hiked by Rs 1.93 per cylinder

Subsidised cooking gas (LPG) price was Monday hiked by Rs 1.93 per cylinder, the second increase in rates in one month as the government looked at monthly increases to cut down subsidies.

Non-subsidised LPG price cut by Rs 4 per cylinder, jet fuel price hiked 8.7%

Non-subsidised LPG price cut by Rs 4 per cylinder, jet fuel price hiked 8.7%

Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF), or jet fuel, price was on Friday hiked by 8.7 percent but that of non-subsidised cooking gas LPG was cut by Rs 4 per cylinder on global trends.

Non-subsidised LPG price hiked by Rs 49.5 per cylinder

Non-subsidised LPG price hiked by Rs 49.5 per cylinder

The oil firms raised prices of non-subsidised LPG, which consumers buy after exhausting their quota of subsidised cooking fuel, by Rs 49.5 per 14.2-kg bottle.

Price of non-subsidised LPG hiked by Rs 61.5 per cylinder

Price of non-subsidised LPG hiked by Rs 61.5 per cylinder

Jet fuel or ATF price was cut on Tuesday by a marginal 1.2 percent, the third reduction in as many months, while rate of non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) was hiked by Rs 61.50 a cylinder due to global cues.

After petrol and diesel, now non-subsidised LPG rates reduced by Rs 25.50

After petrol and diesel, now non-subsidised LPG rates reduced by Rs 25.50

Henceforth, non-subsidised LPG cylinder will come at Rs 585, the slashed rates will be effective from tomorrow.

Non-subsidised LPG rate cut by Rs 5; ATF to cost more

The reduction comes on the back of two successive hikes - Rs 5 on March 1 and Rs 11 on April 1.

Over 9.35 crore consumers sign up for LPG cash-subsidy scheme

More than 64 percent of 15.3 crore LPG consumers in the country have joined the ambitious PAHAL scheme to receive cash subsidy in their bank accounts so they can buy the cooking gas at market price.

Only few giving up LPG subsidy voluntarily

Over 12,450 LPG users have so far voluntarily given up their subsidies, but this accounts for only 0.008 percent of about 15 crore domestic cooking gas consumers in the country.

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.

Hike in LPG rates to affect only 1% of consumers: Govt

Days after the price of non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) was hiked by Rs 16.50 per cylinder, the government Thursday said the increase will impact less than 1 percent of the consumers.

Govt puts on hold hike in LPG, kerosene rates

The government on Wednesday put on hold a hike in LPG prices in states including Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Kerala, where an increase in local levies had led to a rise in fuel rates.

Govt not mulling raising LPG, kerosene prices

Putting speculations at rest, the government on Wednesday said it is not considering raising prices of LPG and kerosene.

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.

No price hike for domestic LPG cylinders: Pradhan

The price of domestic LPG cylinders will not be increased and the number of subsidised refills given to consumers would continue, Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said Friday.

Non-subsidised LPG price cut by Rs 23.50, Jet fuel by 1.8%

Jet fuel prices have been cut by 1.8 percent and rates of non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) by Rs 23.50 per cylinder after the rupee's appreciation lowered import costs.

RIL says gas price hike not to affect cost of LPG, food items

Reliance Industries on Friday dubbed as a "canard" allegations that the near-doubling of natural gas prices will lead to a similar hike in domestic cooking gas (LPG) and inflation in food item rates.

LPG price hiked by Rs 3.46 per cylinder, to cost Rs 413.96

Domestic cooking gas (LPG) price was on Tuesday hiked by Rs 3.46 per cylinder after the government raised the commission paid to dealers by over 9 percent.

LPG price may go up by Rs 3.50 per cylinder

Domestic cooking gas (LPG) rates may soon go up by almost Rs 3.50 per cylinder in case the government accepts a recommendation for increasing the commission paid to dealers by over 9 percent.

No proposal to increase diesel prices as of now: Moily

The government appears to have developed cold feet on increasing diesel and cooking gas (LPG) prices, with Oil Minister M Veerappa Moily Tuesday saying there was no proposal to hike rates just yet.

Petrol price may be cut by Rs 1.50 per litre

Petrol price may be cut by as much as Rs 1-1.50 per litre next week on falling international oil rates and appreciating rupee while a decision on raising diesel and LPG prices is likely in a few weeks.