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Core sector growth slows to 17-month low of 1.4 percent in February

Core sector growth slows to 17-month low of 1.4 percent in February

31 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Decline in output of crude oil and natural gas pulled down the growth of eight core industries to 17-month low of 1.4 percent in February.

crude oil,   natural gas,   Core industries,   coal,   cement,   electricity,   steel,  
<strong>Gas</strong> price cut 8 percent to USD 4.66 per unit

Gas price cut 8 percent to USD 4.66 per unit

31 Mar 2015

New Delhi : Natural gas prices was on Tuesday cut by about 8 percent to USD 4.66 a unit to reflect the softening in international prices, a move that will lower electricity and fertiliser costs.

Gas Price,   Natural Gas Price,   Power Sector,   Fertiliser Sector,   ONGC,   Oil Ministry,  
Government targets one crore consumers to give up LPG subsidy

Government targets one crore consumers to give up LPG subsidy

29 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Government expects that about one crore well-off consumers will surrender the subsidy on cooking gas after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's appeal to people not to take subsidy if they can afford to buy LPG at market price.

LPG,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   LPG subsidy,   LPG gas ,  
<strong>Gas</strong> price reduced to USD 5.02 per unit with effect from 1st April

Gas price reduced to USD 5.02 per unit with effect from 1st April

27 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The new domestic gas price has been reduced to USD 5.02 per unit with effect from April 1 as compared to the current price of USD 5.6 per unit, sources said on Friday.

new gas price,   Gas price reduction,   natural gas price,   domestic gas price,   ONGC,   Reliance Industries,  
Make India energy sufficient, cut imports: PM Modi

Make India energy sufficient, cut imports: PM Modi

27 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Pitching for an energy sufficient India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said the country should cut oil imports by 10 percent by 2022, while exhorting domestic firms to become global players and the well-off to give up subsidised cooking gas connections.

PM Modi,   LPG subsidy,   Narendra Modi,   subsidised cooking gas,   Indian government,   piped cooking gas connection,   Direct Benefit Transfer,  
Cabinet nod for finance support to revive stranded power projects

Cabinet nod for finance support to revive stranded power projects

26 Mar 2015

New Delhi: In a bid to revive Rs 60,000 crore of stranded power projects, the Cabinet approved a financial support to the private companies to help them use costly imported gas (LNG) for generating electricity.

power projects,   LNG,   imported gas,   Power Minister,   Piyush Goyal ,  
Ukraine, Russia start new talks to supply <strong>gas</strong> to Kiev

Ukraine, Russia start new talks to supply gas to Kiev

21 Mar 2015

Brussels: Ukraine and Russia have launched EU-brokered talks in Brussels aimed at supplying gas to Kiev through next winter and securing onward deliveries to Europe.

Ukraine,   Russia,   gas supply to Kiev,   EU brokered talks,  
Ten heart wrenching photographs that left people in tears

Ten heart wrenching photographs that left people in tears

20 Mar 2015

Human life is full of different emotions. There are many moments in life that would have teared us apart while some gave us goose-bumps.

heart wrenching photos,   heart touching photos,   painful photos,   Bhopal Gas Tragedy,   most powerful photos,  
Trans-Afghan <strong>gas</strong> pipeline may become a reality: Dharmendra Pradhan

Trans-Afghan gas pipeline may become a reality: Dharmendra Pradhan

09 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Trans-Afghanistan gas pipeline connecting Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India may become a reality soon as negotiation for the ambitious project is at the final stage, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said in Lok Sabha on Monday.

Trans Afghan gas pipeline,   Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan,   India,   Turkmenistan,   Afghanistan,   Pakistan,  
'Haider' to screen at  London

'Haider' to screen at London

16 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Bollywood director Vishal Bhardwaj's 'Haider', an adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy 'Hamlet', will have its screening at the 17th London Asian Film Festival (LAFF).

Haider,   17th London Asian Film Festival,   Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain,   Bhopal gas tragedy,   Vishal Bhardwaj,  

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