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What Happened on 01 February 2019


01 February 2019 Current Events LPG prices reduced from midnight

The price of domestic cooking gas LPG was reduced by 1 Rupee and 46 paise from midnight. As per the statement of Indian Oil Corporation Limited, the 14.2 kgs LPG cylinder after being subsidised will cost Rs. 493 and 53 paise in the capital of the country (Delhi). The cost of the same non-subsidised cylinder in Delhi will be 659 rupees. The non-subsidised rates have been cut by 30 rupees per cylinder because of the fall in the price of LPG in the International market.


LPG prices reduced from midnight

The price of domestic cooking gas LPG was reduced by 1 Rupee and 46 paise from midnight. As per the statement of Indian Oil Corporation Limited, the 14.2 kgs LPG cylinder after being subsidised will cost Rs. 493 and 53 paise in the capital of the country (Delhi). The cost of the same non-subsidised cylinder in Delhi will be 659 rupees. The non-subsidised rates have been cut by 30 rupees per cylinder because of the fall in the price of LPG in the International market.




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