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New LPG schemes turn out to be a damp squib in city
August 27, 2014
Two schemes launched by oil ministry to benefit domestic liquid petroleum gas (
) customers, which include dealer port ...
Cylinder blast causes house collapse
August 24, 2014
Udaipur: Three people including a pregnant woman and her 10-year-old son were killed after an
cylinder blast trigger ...
US not against India's stand on WTO: Nirmala Sitharaman
August 23, 2014
India on Friday said the US was not totally averse to its stand on giving food
but was willing to convince the ...
Only 65 consumers volunteer to give up LPG subsidy in MP
August 19, 2014
At least 65 customers in MP have decided to give up their
subsidy in response to an appeal made by Petroleum and Nat ...
What’s cooking? 77 more towns set to receive piped gas access
August 17, 2014
Lakhs of customers and households will now have access to piped natural gas (PNG) with the government readying a roadmap ...
Hundreds affected as gas agency downs shutter without inkling
August 17, 2014
With sudden suspension of domestic
supply by Manimajra Gas Agency in Manimajra, at least 800 consumers have been aff ...
Oil marketing companies to get Rs 11k crore on subsidy in Q1
August 11, 2014
Government will pay fuel retailers Indian Oil Corp (IOC), Bharat Petroleum Corp (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corp (HPC ...
You may not have a WTO to kick around soon
August 8, 2014
India can do what it wants on
, but what it really needs to be doing is asking how is it preparing for a ...
There are no shortcuts to growth, poverty reduction
August 4, 2014
According priority to growth does not imply excluding the poor but it is important to identify those eligible for subsid ...
Why India stonewalled rich nations in WTO trade talks, and what happens next
August 1, 2014
India withstood mounting pressure to ratify a trade pact from the developed countries, which blamed India's hard bargain ...
Give up subsidised cylinders meant for poor: Oil cos to affluent customers
July 31, 2014
There are 160 million
connections in the country and the annual outgo on
subsidy is over Rs 40,000 crore. A subs ...
WTO faction discussing customs deal without India
July 31, 2014
New Delhi wants the deal, which must be approved on Thursday, be accompanied by a parallel agreement giving it more free ...
India willing to stall WTO deal to ensure food security for all
July 23, 2014
India will not support the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO’s) 'trade facilitation agreement' (TFA) if the deal doesn’t c ...
Four Punjab men die in cylinder blast at Amarnath base camp
July 22, 2014
Two residents each of Punjab’s Mansa and Bathinda districts were killed on Tuesday after an
cylinder exploded in a c ...
Subsidy not enough, Delhi must rethink its appetite for power
July 21, 2014
Delhi’s struggle for power, it is hard to find the key differentiators. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) began spadework ...
India vs England 2nd ODI Live: Dhawan, Kohli fall early, India tottering at 19/2
12 Team Modi members face criminal cases, Uma Bharti tops the list
Martin Scorsese set to start work on Shutter Island to TV
Matt Damon tips toilet water on his head in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
The Alia effect: How Bollywood learnt to laugh at itself
Nitish-Lalu's grand alliance trumps BJP in Bihar bypolls
Modi’s first check-up as PM cripples AIIMS
Uttarakhand: 56-year-old woman kills leopard with axe and sickle
'Air India Day' today, tickets for Rs 100
WATCH: Alia Bhatt can laugh at herself, can you?
PMO defends Rajnath, denies allegations against his son
SC puts onus on PM to oust ministers facing criminal charges
Govt asks Pepsi to cut down sugar in soda drinks
Bank accounts for all Indians will be a challenge
SC asks real estate giant DLF to pay Rs 630-cr fine
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