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IGL hikes CNG, PNG prices in Delhi and neighbouring cities, check new rates here

The cities in which CNG and PNG prices are hiked are– Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Noida, Gurugram and other cities. The new prices will come into effect from 6 AM on October 13, said IGL.

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The prices of compressed natural gas (CNG) and piped natural gas (PNG) has been hiked on Tuesday by Indraprastha Gas Limited in Delhi and other neighbouring cities. The cities in which CNG and PNG prices are hiked are– Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Noida, Gurugram and other cities. The new prices will come into effect from 6 AM on October 13, said IGL.

In a tweet, IGL gave the details of the news prices of PNG and CNG in several cities, here’s the list:

With effect from 13th October 2021, the PNG price in NCT of Delhi would be Rs. 35.11/- per SCM.

The PNG price in Noida, Greater Noida & Ghaziabad would be Rs. 34.86/- per SCM.

The PNG price in Gurugram would be Rs. 33.31/- per SCM.

The PNG price in Rewari & Karnal would be Rs. 33.92/- per SCM.

The PNG price in Muzzaffarnagar, Meerut & Shamli would be Rs. 38.37/- per SCM.

On the other hand, the CNG price in Kanpur, Fatehpur & Hamirpur would be Rs. 66.54/- per Kg.

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The CNG price in Ajmer, Pali & Rajsamand would be Rs. 65.02/- per Kg.

The CNG price in the NCT of Delhi would be Rs. 49.76/- per Kg.

The CNG price in Noida, Greater Noida & Ghaziabad would be Rs. 56.02/- per Kg.

The CNG price in Gurugram would be Rs. 58.20/- per Kg.

The CNG price in Rewari would be Rs. 58.90/- per Kg.

The CNG price in Karnal & Kaithal would be Rs. 57.10/- per Kg.

The CNG price in Muzzaffarnagar, Meerut & Shamli would be Rs. 63.28/- per Kg

In comparison to petrol and diesel, CNG would still give over 60 per cent savings towards the running cost.

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Rapido to introduce cab services soon

The company intends to introduce Rapido taxis in Delhi-NCR as early as next week, according to sources.

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Rapido, the two- and three-wheeler ride-hailing platform with the quickest growth, is getting ready to introduce the taxi service on a wide network shortly. According to reports, Rapido’s planned facility will offer a service comparable to that of Ola and Uber.

According to the report, a daily choice would be made to provide passengers with a flawless travel experience. The brand hasn’t yet disclosed the precise launch information, though.

The company is currently testing out a taxi service in Hyderabad and is receiving positive feedback from users. According to reports, the company is testing the service at an advanced stage and may expand the network to further locations once it receives more positive feedback.

The company intends to introduce Rapido taxis in Delhi-NCR as early as next week, according to sources.

A statement from Rapido that read, the company is thrilled to share that our test run for Rapido Cabs in Hyderabad is off to a fantastic start. The dynamic market of the city has welcomed us with open arms, and the encouraging feedback is quite encouraging. We sincerely hope to expand our cutting-edge services to further cities and are dedicated to keeping you fully updated on our progress as we forge ahead.

Additionally, the article mentioned that Rapido wants to work with Zingbus, a company based in Gurugram, to integrate intercity bus ticketing into its app.

Meanwhile, for the previous eight years, Rapido has been providing bike taxi services. Since its founding in 2015, the organisation has expanded its network to encompass over 100 communities across the country, and it has received overwhelmingly positive feedback. Following its popularity, the brand expanded to include the 3-wheeler category with the same service.

Based on information found on Tracxn, Rapido has raised $324 million in total. Swiggy, an online meal delivery business, spearheaded the company’s $180 million fundraising effort in April of last year.

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BSE Sensex, Nifty fall due to tension in Middle East

The 30 share Bombay Stock exchange fell 407.19 points in the early trade. The Nifty fell 142.7 points. Asian Paints, IndusInd Bank, Titan, Tata steel and State Bank of India were the major stock which lagged behind.

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BSE Sensex, Nifty falls due to tension in Middle East

The BSE Sensex, Nifty fell on early trade on Monday as rising tensions in the middle east has set off a risk off in the market. According to market analysts investors preferred to remain on the sidelines and did not take any big risks as Hamas-Israel conflict has caused huge uncertainity for the markets.

The 30 share Bombay Stock exchange fell 407.19 points in the early trade. The Nifty fell 142.7 points. Asian Paints, IndusInd Bank, Titan, Tata steel and State Bank of India were the major stock which lagged behind. But Sun Pharna, Hindustan Unilever, Infosys, Wipro, TCS, Tech Mahindra and HCL technologies did not go according to the market trend and traded in the positive territory.

The BSE had gone up 364.06 points or 0.55 percent to settle at 65,995.63 points on Friday. The Nifty had gone up 107.75 points to settle at 19,653.50. The Hamas-Israel conflict has caused a huge uncertainity in the market. VK VijayaKumar, chief investment strategist at Geojit Financial services said No one knows how this war is going to evolve.

He said the war is not going to cause disruption to the oil supplies, the situation will change if Iran is drawn to the war. As Iran is a major Hamas supporter. Vijayakumar said this can cause disruption in oil supplies which will further lead to increase in crude oil prices. He said it is a time to remain cautious in the market.

The manufacturing data and industrial production for the month of August are going to be announced on October 12. Inflation rate for September will be announced after the Wholesale price index (WPI) data on October 13.The Reserve Bank of India had left its key interest rate unchanged. RBI signaled to keep liquidity tight by using bond sales to bring prices closer to market.

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First look of Air India’s aircraft following changes to the logo and design revealed | See here

Air India uploaded images of its A350 aircraft parked in a paint shop in Toulouse, France, on X, formerly known as Twitter. This winter, the jet will touch down in India.

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Prominent airline Air India posted the first image of its aircraft on Saturday after changing its name, logo, and livery after being acquired by the Tata Group.

Air India uploaded images of its A350 aircraft parked in a paint shop in Toulouse, France, on X, formerly known as Twitter. This winter, the jet will touch down in India.

Here is the majestic A350 in our new livery for the first time, as seen in Toulouse’s paint shop. This winter, our A350s start returning home… @Airbus, tweeted Air India.

As part of its rebranding effort, Air India earlier in August announced its new logo and colour palette.

The new logo, which features a more stylized style and a new colour scheme of red, white, and purple, is a contemporary interpretation of the airline’s well-known Maharaja mascot.

The strong red lettering of Air India is still present in the new colour scheme but is in a different font. Air India is written in white in a red area on the underside of the aircraft as part of the colour scheme.

According to the airline, the new livery and design of the aircraft incorporates a pattern that is inspired by the chakras and a colour scheme of deep red, aubergine, and gold highlights.

The airline’s previous logo, which depicted a red swan embellished with the recognisable orange Konark Chakra, has been replaced.

Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran stated the new logo signifies limitless possibilities at the time of unveiling it.

In January 2022, Tata Sons bought Air India through Talace Private Limited, an entirely owned subsidiary. Later, it was revealed that Air India and Vistara, a different Tata Sons division, will be combined to form a more cohesive organisation. By March 2024, this merger is expected to be finished.

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