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India's Strategic Petroleum Reserve Levels At 55 Per Cent Capacity: Official

"Vizag is currently filled up to 100 per cent," the official said, and added that Mangalore and Padur are currently around 55 per cent and 25 per cent respectively.

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GAIL To Invest Rs 45,000 Crore In Expansion Of Pipelines, City Gas Network

GAIL currently operates 11,000-km of pipeline network and markets two-thirds of all natural gas sold in the country.

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Coffee Day Enterprises Shares Further Plummet 20%

The scrip tumbled 20% to Rs 123.25 - its 52-week low level as well as its lowest trading permissible limit for the day on the BSE.

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Cafe Coffee Day Founder VG Siddhartha's Body Found

A body has been found, which appears to be of him. Final confirmation has to be done by the family.

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Newly Refurbished Oceania Insignia Sails To Shores Of India

"Our Regatta-class ships are like second homes to our loyal guests and travel partners"

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India's Oil Imports From Iran Down 57% In April

India, Iran's top oil client after China, shipped in about 277,600 barrels per day (bpd) of oil from Tehran in April, down about 31.5 per cent from the previous month, preliminary tanker arrival data from shipping and industry sources showed

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Book Extract: Power And Responsibility

There is an urgent need for organisations in India to warm up to the idea of sustainability

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India Delays May Order For Iran Oil, Awaits Clarity On Sanctions Waiver

India hopes to get clarity in seven to 10 days on any extension of the waiver, as well as the amount of oil that could be purchased if an extension is given

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IndiGo To Start Daily Flights On Three New Routes From April

The carrier also said that April onwards, it will add more flights on the Chennai-Trivandrum, Bengaluru-Mangalore, Bengaluru-Udaipur and Bengaluru-Chennai routes

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India LNG Demand Journey To Be Shaky, Slow Due To Infrastructure Limits

India had four terminals receiving LNG last year, taking in 21 million to 23 million tonnes of the super-chilled fuel, up nearly 10 to 13 percent from 2017

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HPCL To Buy Iranian Oil In Jan After Six-month Gap: Sources

HPCL would continue to buy Iranian oil on a regular basis during the waiver period

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Wave Of Refinery Shutdowns May Push India Into Importing Fuel Next Year

The refiners will have to shut gasoil- and gasoline-making units at their plants for 15 to 45 days to churn out Euro VI-compliant fuels from January 2020 to be able to sell them from April of that year

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India To Lease Out Half Of Padur Strategic Oil Storage To ADNOC

It will be the second such deal with ADNOC, which is already storing oil at the Mangalore strategic storage in Karnataka

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