Thursday Jul 3
IOC top post to alumnus brings joy to NIT
The NIT-Patna faculty members, officials and students - present and past - were in a joyous mood on Thursday after Akhauri Manoj Kumar Sinha - an alumnus of the institution earlier known as Bihar College of Engineering - was appointed the stopgap chairman of Indian Oil Corporation.
Non-subsidised LPG hiked by Rs.16.50 a cylinder
Along with the hike in petrol and diesel rates, the price of non-subsidised cooking gas was Tuesday raised by Rs.16.50 per cylinder in the wake of international crude oil prices surging due to the ongoing Iraq crisis.
Iraq crisis costs oil companies Reliance Industries, ONGC, others Rs 58,000 cr of market wealth
Oil companies have lost over Rs 58,000 crore of market wealth since June 5, when the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria launched its attack on Iraq.
Bengal calls off stake sale in HPL
Bengal government has terminated the stake sale process in Haldia Petrochemicals , drawing the curtains over a year-long process marred by controversies and legal wrangle.
The Washington Post
Indian Stocks Tumble Most in Four Months on Oil as Rupee Weakens
Indian stocks dropped, heading for the biggest retreat in four months, on concern rising oil prices will spur inflation and widen the nation's trade deficit.