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« Reply #14 on: March 06, 2012, 07:00:35 PM »
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« Reply #15 on: April 18, 2012, 03:16:45 PM »
Petrol may get costlier State-run oil companies have served an ultimatum to the government that they will raise petrol prices by Rs 9.6 a litre if excise duty is not cut or they are not provided compensation for Rs 49-crore per day loss on fuel sale. '  "We have been very patient, not raising prices since December despite our cost of production spiralling. But there is a limit to which we can borrow money and produce fuel for the country,'   Indian Oil Corp Chairman R S Butola said here. IOC, together with Hindustan Petroleum and Bharat Petroleum, is losing Rs 49 crore per day on petrol sale alone. They are losing another Rs 573 crore every day on selling diesel, domestic LPG and kerosene below cost. Butola said oil PSUs in the first 15 days of April lost Rs 745 crore in revenue on petrol, whose pricing was freed from the government control in June 2010. But rarely have the product prices moved in tandem with cost as oil companies bowed to government diktats. '  "We have suggested that the government should temporarily end deregulation and give subsidy to make up for the difference between cost of production and sale price. Alternatively, the government can cut the Rs 14.78 excise duty it collects when a consumer buys one litre of petrol,'   he said. The states also levy VAT or sales tax ranging from 15 per cent to 33 per cent (Rs 10.30 a litre to Rs 18.74 per litre), which too can be cut to avoid a price hike. If the suggestions are not accepted '  "we would have no option but to increase the price of petrol by Rs 8.04 per litre (excluding state levies) with immediate effect'   , he said. After including 20 per cent VAT, the increase in Delhi will come to Rs 9.60 a litre.

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« Reply #16 on: April 18, 2012, 03:20:17 PM »
New telecom policy to be in place by May The government said the National Telecom Policy (NTP) 2012 will be in place by May. '  "It (NTP) will be done in May. We have already said that,'   IT and Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal told reporters on the sidelines of World IT Forum 2012. The Economic Survey had estimated NTP to be in place by June. The government through new telecom policy has made attempt to set roadmap for functioning and development of telecom sector starting 2012. According to government sources, the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) is about to start inter-ministerial consultation on NTP 2012 after which the policy will be moved to the Cabinet for approval. Under NTP 2012, it has been proposed to de-link spectrum from licences, reduce number of different licences, give industry liberal mergers and acquisition norms and remove roaming charges burden from consumers. They will also be allowed to retain same number across country. On Monday, sector regulator Trai issued recommendations for Unified Licences that will be de-linked from spectrum and issued to all new companies entering sector under NTP 2012. These guidelines are vital for telecom companies whose licences has been cancelled by Supreme Court in February. Telecom Secretary R Chandrashekhar has said that DoT will try and speed up the new licensing regime in less than three months. Once approved, telecom companies can apply for telecom licences without owning spectrum and can perform businesses that can be carried out without using paid spectrum. Trai has recommended one time non-refundable entry fee for Unified Licence shall be Rs 15 crore for National level, Rs 1 crore for each Service area level Unified Licences, except for Jammu and Kashmir and North East Service areas where entry fee will be Rs 50 lakh each. For each District level Unified Licence, the regulator has requested non-refundable entry fee of Rs 10 lakh. Trai said it should be entrusted with the function of issuing unified licences. At present, DoT issues all types of telecom licences.

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Re: Petrol & Diesel & Gas prices
« Reply #19 on: May 23, 2012, 06:49:57 PM »
पेट्रोल की कीमत में लगी आग, 7.50 रुपए का इजाफा
Petrol prices increased 750 paise per litre

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Story Update : Wednesday, May 23, 2012    6:25 PM


डॉलर के मुकाबले रुपये में तेजी से आ रही गिरावट के कारण सरकार ने पेट्रोल की कीमत में भारी बढ़ोतरी की है। पेट्रोल के दाम में प्रति लीटर 7.50 रुपए का इजाफा किया गया है। बढ़े हुए दाम आज आधी रात से लागू होंगे। दाम बढ़ने से पेट्रोल अब कोलकाता में 77.53 रुपए प्रति लीटर, दिल्ली में 73.14 रुपए प्रति लीटर, बंगलूरू में 81 रुपए प्रति लीटर और मुंबई में 78.16 रुपए प्रति लीटर हो गया है।

तेल कंपनियों का आयात खर्च बेहिसाब बढ़ा
इससे पहले केंद्रीय पेट्रोलियम मंत्री जयपाल रेड्डी ने कहा था कि रुपये में तेजी से आ रही गिरावट के कारण तेल कंपनियों का आयात खर्च बेहिसाब रफ्तार से बढ़ा है। इसलिए एलपीजी, पेट्रोल और डीजल के दामों में तत्काल बढ़ोतरी जरूरी हो गई है।

नवंबर-2011 के बाद से नहीं बढ़े थे दाम
उल्लेखनीय है कि सरकार ने पेट्रोल के दामों पर से जून 2010 में नियंत्रण हटा दिया था। इसके बावजूद पेट्रोल के दाम नवंबर-2011 के बाद से नहीं बढ़ाए गए हैं। डीजल, एलपीजी और केरोसिन के दामों में पिछले साल जून में बढ़ोतरी की गई थी।

डॉलर के मुकाबले रुपया कमजोर होने से स्थिति बिगड़ी
रेड्डी का कहना था कि अगर डालर के मुकाबले रुपया 100 पैसे कमजोर होता है तो तेल कंपनियों को घाटा 8000 रुपये प्रति वर्ष तक बढ़ जाता है। डॉलर पिछले साल 46 रुपये का था और अब 55 का है। मंत्री ने कहा कि इससे कंपनियों का कुल घाटा 75000 करोड़ रुपये तक चला गया है।


 

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