The hike comes on the back of a Rs 50 per cylinder increase effected on May 7.
Facing the worst economic crisis since independence, Sri Lankans have been facing shortages of many essential items, including food, medicine, fuel cooking gas, as well as hours-long power cuts.
Cooking Gas Price Hike In India: Watch Reaction Of Homemakers On LPG Cylinder Price Rise
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Bhubaneswar: There seems to be no respite for consumers as the price of cooking gas has been hiked by Rs 25 across the country on Monday. The hike has now taken the price of a 14.2 kg household LPG cylinder to Rs 845.50. It is for the third consecutive time that the prices of LPG […]
New Delhi: Lower global oil prices have not helped reduce auto fuel prices for consumers but it has saved the government from paying subsidy on cooking gas cylinder into the accounts of household beneficiaries. From May, the government will not be paying subsidy into the accounts of domestic LPG customers in all metros under the […]
New Delhi: The government Friday gave out the 7-croreth free cooking gas (LPG) connection as the scheme to make available cleaner fuel in every household kitchens runs ahead of schedule. Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said 7 crore connections have been realised in last 34 months under the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) which translates into […]
New Delhi: Domestic cooking gas LPG prices have been hiked by over Rs 2 per cylinder after the government increased the commission paid to LPG dealers. A 14.2-kg subsidised LPG cylinder in Delhi will now cost Rs 507.42 as against Rs 505.34 previously, according to a price notification of state-owned fuel retailers. This followed an […]
New Delhi: Price of subsidised cooking gas was hiked by Rs 4.50 per cylinder and jet fuel by 2 per cent. The increase in cooking gas price is the 19th increase in rates since July 2016 when the government decided to eliminate subsidy on it by raising prices every month. Subsidised LPG price has been hiked by […]
Terming LPG a catalyst for social change, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan today said the Centre is striving to make cooking gas accessible to the poorest of the poor in the country and make villages pollution-free
CNG prices will be cut by about Rs 15 per kg and cooking gas piped to kitchens by about Rs 5 after government decided to supply cheaper domestic gas to fuel retailers in cities like Delhi and Ahmedabad....