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Cooking gas connection to every household in a year, says Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar

Khattar was speaking at a gram sabha meeting organised under the ‘Gram Uday se Bharat Uday’ campaign in Shyamtoo in Panchkula on Thursday.

Give up subsidy if you can afford cooking gas at market price: PM Narendra Modi

Modi said oil imports which account for 77 per cent of the domestic demand should be cut by 10 per cent by 2022.


No proposal to increase diesel prices as of now: M Veerappa Moily

Diesel is currently being sold at a loss of Rs 14.50 per litre.

Subsidy on LPG cylinder through DBT from Oct 1

City residents who are yet to enroll themselves for Aadhaar cards,will now get their cooking gas cylinder without a subsidy

Oil bill unmet,govt’s net cash outgo capped at Rs127.14 crore

The government has about Rs 20,000 crore left for payment of the oil subsidy this fiscal after paying the spillover from the last fiscal’s oil subsidy.

India restores subsidy on LPG,kerosene to Bhutan

Subsidy reinstated after new PM reiterates his support to India


After subsidy cut,India tries to mend ties with Bhutan

On the back foot over its decision to withdraw subsidies on kerosene and cooking gas to poll-bound Bhutan

MEA wants Bhutan squeezed on development,hydel projects

The downturn in sentiment towards the traditionally friendly neighbour comes as Bhutan holds national assembly elections

LPG subsidy directly in bank accounts from today in 18 districts

Consumers will get Rs 435 in their bank accounts every time they book for an LPG refill.

Price of non-subsidized cooking gas cut by Rs 54 per cylinder

Rates will vary in different cities,depending upon local sales tax or VAT.

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Madeshis blame Nepal government for not supplying cooking gas

Nepal, Feb 24 (ANI): Madeshis in Nepal's Terai region are unable to procure cooking gas even when India's supply side resumed after prolonged agitation by the ethnic minority community which lasted for nearly six months. Although several trucks loaded with LPG (Liquefied Petroleum gas) cylinders entered through Birjung border, Madeshis claim that they do not get cooking gas for consumption. The uneven distribution of cooking gas has made life difficult for the Madeshis. The supply system was badly hit due to border blockade by the Madeshis in southern Terai region, resulting in a shortage of essential commodities, including petrol and cooking gas. The Madeshis have demanded that the Nepal government must prioritize the availability of cooking gas for them at the earliest.