Fuel prices once again witnessed a hike on Tuesday. In national capital, petrol was priced at 82.83 per litre (increase by Rs 0.11) while the price of diesel reached Rs 75.69 per litre (increase by Rs 0.23).
Fuel prices rose on Monday again. In the national capital, petrol and diesel prices were at Rs 82. 72 per litre and Rs 75.46 per litre respectively.
As uncertainties loom over the solar power sector, mainly on the policy front, the Sajjan Jindal-led JSW Energy has put its ambitious expansions plans in the segment on the backburner.
Fuel prices continued to haunt public as it touched new highs on Saturday. Petrol rates have been increased by 18 paise per litre, taking its price to Rs 82.66 per litre in Delhi while a litre of diesel is retailing at Rs 75.19 with a hike of 29 paise on Saturday.
The Indian Railways has always upgraded its services to suit the needs of the passengers. And in an attempt to up their game even further, they’re now offering ‘vrat ka khana’ (food during fasting) as a part of its e-catering menu.
As the nine-day long festival to honour Goddess Durga is here, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is offering special ‘vrat ka kahan’ as a part of its e-catering menu, to make the journey of the people comfortable.
After the government’s move to cushion the common with some comfort with one-off excise duty cut, the fuel prices continued to spike on Tuesday with the petrol being sold at Rs 82.26 per litre in Delhi and Rs 87.73 in the national capital
The Nagaland government is “making all efforts” to engage firms for studying feasibility of power projects in the state, minister Neiba Kronu has said.
Two days after the Central government provided relief to citizens by announcing reduction of fuel prices all over the country, petrol and diesel prices have witnessed a fresh hike on Saturday.
CARE Ratings has reaffirmed stable outlook credit rating for Jindal Power, a subsidiary of Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL). “CARE has reaffirmed stable outlook credit rating of A- (Single A minus) to Jindal Power