BJP Indian Subcontinent Industries Market

Cooking Gas steep hike tantamount to zeroing of subsidise amount

BJP led Modi Government seems to be in no mood to subsidise the price of common man’s cooking gas which like the price of auto fuels petrol and diesel has maintained consistent increase for past few months   The price of domestic 14.2-kg LPG cylinder was increased by Rs 25 on Thursday, the third increase Read More…

BJP Indian Subcontinent Industries Market

World highest taxed Petrol Diesel prices in India reached all time high

Petrol and diesel prices in the country on Saturday touched new all-time highs after rates were increased for the fourth time this week.   Petrol and diesel prices were hiked by 25 paise per litre each, according to a price notification from oil marketing companies.   This took the petrol price in Delhi to Rs Read More…

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SoniaGandhi reminds fuel prices highest in the last 73 years and asks Modi to stop profiteering

Amid a national outcry against the increasing prices of fuel, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday urged the Modi government to lower the excise duty on diesel and petrol.   News agency PTI reported that petrol price on Thursday went to an all-time high of Rs 84.20 per litre in the national capital after state-owned Read More…

Automobile Indian Subcontinent Industries Market

World Highest tax structure India’s Petrol Diesel prices packed all time high

In India Petrol price on Thursday scaled to an all-time high of Rs 84.20 per litre in the national capital after state-owned fuel retailers hiked rates for the second day in a row.   Petrol price on Thursday was hiked by 23 paise per litre and diesel by 26 paise a litre, according to a Read More…

Automobile Companies Indian Subcontinent Industries Market

US$ 80 / Barrel in Oct 2018 and at 48US$ in Dec 2020 India petrol price maintained same Rs 84 /L

The oil marketing companies (OMCs) on Sunday increased the retail price of petrol by 28 paise per to Rs 83.41 a litre in Delhi. Similarly, diesel price also increased by 29 paise a litre to Rs 73.61 a litre.   With Sunday’s increase, fuel prices have now increased on 14 of the past 17 days Read More…