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Monthly limit of one subsidized cylinder per household may go
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Rs. 16.50 hike in non-subsidised LPG cylinder beyond 12

The Oil Marketing Companies have revised the price of non-subsidised domestic LPG cylinders beyond the annual cap of 12 cylinders by Rs. 16.50 with effect from midnight of 30th June/1st July 2014 in accordance with international prices. More than ... DeshGujarat, 3 weeks ago
Black Marketing of Domestic LPG Thrives New Indian Express, 3 days ago
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Will BJP Govt cut the cap on subsidised LPG cylinders?

The BJP is looking to reduce dole-outs, particularly in urban clusters, but will its Government bite the political hot potato especially with Maharashtra, Haryana and Delhi going for elections this year?
 Business Line1 month ago Budget 2014: Government to de-regulate diesel prices, reduce subsidised LPG cylinders this fiscal  Indian Oil & Gas2 weeks ago Govt to de-regulate diesel prices, cut LPG subsidy  Economic Times2 weeks ago Six subsidised cylinders more than enough: Kirit Parikh  Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago
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Lowering LPG cap will be viewed positively by the market

Honourable Finance Minister Arun Jaitley set the tone for the upcoming budget by adding that "mindless populism" in policymaking needed to be checked. His comments will add to expectations that this Govt. could unveil tough fiscal consolidation measures to revive the sagging economy in his first annual budget on July 10. Expectations are that the government will use the Union Budget to create an environment, which is conducive for growth. The idea will be to drive GDP growth to over 6% in FY16, ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Markets may continue to hit highs on anticipation of reforms in Union Budget  Oneindia1 month ago
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Oil firms have lost way, must focus on exploration: Ministry to new govt

Says raising LPG cap was a mistake, legal battles with explorers hit investments New Delhi, May 22: As the subsidy bill balloons to $26 billion and oil and natural gas production stagnates, the Petroleum Ministry feels national oil companies such as ONGC are ...
 Business Line2 months ago ''ONGC losing focus, raising LPG cap mistake''  ZeeNews.com2 months ago Oil ministry eyes Rs 250 hike in LPG prices  Times of India2 months ago Oil Ministry Says Raising LPG Cap a Mistake: Report  NDTV2 months ago
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Times of India

NDA to decrease LPG cap to 9 cylinders

New Delhi, June 6 (TruthDive): NDA is to roll back the UPA largesse of raising the LPG cap to 12. The cap will be brought back to 9 in order to cut down its subsidy bill. The finance ministry has argued for lowering the cap on subsidized LPG ...
 TruthDive1 month ago BSE Small-Cap, Mid-Cap indices off more than 1% each  Business Standard India2 months ago Raising LPG cap was UPA mistake, oil min to tell Modi govt  Times of India2 months ago 'Raising LPG cap was UPA mistake'  Times of India2 months ago
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Financial Express

Eye trained on deficit, Finance Ministry pushes for lowering LPG cylinder cap

Keen to cut down its subsidy bill, the finance ministry has once again argued for lowering the cap on subsidised cooking gas cylinders to nine per year from the current limit of 12. It will not only result in significant savings in the fuel ...
 Financial Express1 month ago
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Govt directs ONGC to pay record Rs 56,384cr in subsidy

T Also Read: ONGC losing focus; raising LPG cap mistake, says Oil Min to Modi The government will chip in Rs 70,772 crore by way of cash subsidy, official sources said. Retailers sell diesel, domestic cooking gas (LPG) and kerosene at rates way ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 months ago ONGC told to pay record Rs 56,384 cr in subsidy  The Freepress Journal2 months ago

Aadhaar, fuel hikes, LPG cap hurt Cong in LS polls, says KV Thomas

The Aadhaar scheme, touted as gamechanger by the UPA government, ended up hurting the Congress in the Lok Sabha polls, said outgoing Union food and consumer affairs minister KV Thomas. The Aadhaar initiative, and the objective of linking welfare ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago Aadhaar fuel hikes LPG cap hurt us Cong minister  Hindustan Times2 months ago Aadhaar, fuel hikes, LPG cap hurt us: Cong minister  Hindustan Times2 months ago

02 June 2014

Thailand's National Council for Peace and Order agrees to put a cap on the prices of diesel fuel and LPG to help ease the people's burden until the country's oil price structure is reformed, according to The Nation. Malaysian companies may continue ...
 Asia News Network1 month ago NCPO caps diesel LPG price as part of 30 urgent economic plans  Big News Network1 month ago Thailand's junta pledges energy price reform  Interfax Energy1 month ago

Corporation likely to cap Amma canteens earnings

CHENNAI: Amma canteens may have helped people save a lot of money but the civic body, which manages 204 outlets across the city, is yet to keep track of its own budget for the facilities. The corporation has finally decided to keep accounts of daily ...
 Times of India9 hours ago
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