: In an effort to force the hands of the oil companies to implement the Apurva Chandra Committee report, petroleum dealers all over the country have planned to stop sale for 15 minutes from 7 p.m. between October 19 and 26. Over 54,000 fuel outlets ... Indian Oil & Gas, 1 month ago
Petroleum dealers plan to stage protest - The Hindu, 1 month ago
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Tata Sons Interim Chairman Ratan Tata and his predecessor Cyrus Mistry are locked in a bitter battle over the control of Tata group companies. While Tata has picked up old hands to man his war room, Mistry is relying on support from his brother ...Smart Investor, 2 weeks ago
AURANGABAD: The Aurangabad Industrial City (AURIC) - a Smart and Integrated Industrial City (SIIC) that is first of its kind and the most advanced township in the country - is all set to have its administrative building completed in a span of 24 ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago
CHENNAI: Fuel outlets across the state will operate as normal from Saturday after the Tamil Nadu Petroleum Dealers Association (TNPDA) decided not to go ahead with its proposed strike following talks in Mumbai with officials of oil companies. The ...Times of India, 1 month ago Success in talks with oil companies, petrol outlet to run as normal Times of India, 1 month ago
The petrol bunks functioning in the western districts on Thursday launched the two-day agitation of not-lifting petrol and diesel demanding the oil companies to implement the Apurva Chandra Committee report on hiking the dealers margin. All the 780 petrol ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
Fuel dealers across the State continued their agitation for the second consecutive day on Thursday, demanding an increase in their margin as per the Apurva Chandra Committee report. Over 4,600 fuel outlets in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry and 54,000 ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
Agitation endson Friday, but uncertainty prevails The decision of petrol station owners across the country not to purchase fuel for two days resulted in several pumps going dry on Thursday, the first day of the agitation. Customers queued up at ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
Bengaluru, Nov 3: Several bunks are likely to go dry over the next two days with a two day no purchase decision being taken by petrol bunk owners. The protest is against the oil companies. The dealers have called for a nation wide protest against ...Oneindia, 1 month ago No fuel purchase for two days: Bunk owners The Hindu, 1 month ago
BENGALURU: Petrol and diesel supply is likely to be affected in the city on Thursday and Friday (November 3 and 4) as petroleum dealers have joined a nationwide agitation seeking fulfilment of various demands. Dealers have decided not to purchase ...Times of India, 1 month ago Fuel supply likely to be hit today, tomorrow Times of India, 1 month ago
Fuel stations across the state are likely to go dry on Thursday and Friday as dealers have refused to purchase diesel and petrol. Petrol pumps will not remain shut. However, with no purchase of fuel, the stations are expected to go dry by Thursday afternoon.Deccan Herald, 1 month ago Petrol pumps may go dry on Nov 3, 4 Times of India, 1 month ago
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