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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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Vistara and Air India airlines to merge by March 2024

The latest notification states that SIA is also investing Rs 20,585 million in Air India as part of the transaction.

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Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines (SIA) have agreed to merge Air India and Vistara airlines by March 2024. The latest notification states that SIA is also investing Rs 20,585 million in Air India as part of the transaction, giving SIA a 25.1 percent stake in the Air India group.

Currently, Tata Group holds 51 percent of the shares in Vistara, and Singapore Airlines has the remaining 49 percent. According to the release, SIA and Tata have also agreed to take part in future capital investments that may be necessary to finance the expansion and operations of the larger Air India in the fiscal years 2022–2023 and 2023–2024.

Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran said that the merger of Vistara and Air India is an important milestone in their journey to make Air India a truly world-class airline. He said they are transforming Air India, with the aim of providing a great customer experience, every time, for every customer.

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He further said that as part of the transformation, Air India is focusing on growing both its network and fleet, revamping its customer proposition, and enhancing safety, reliability, and on-time performance. He stated that both Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines are excited about the opportunity of creating a strong Air India which would offer both full-service and low-cost services across domestic and international routes. He also thanked Singapore Airlines for their continued partnership.

SAI chief executive officer Goh Choon Phong said the merger provides an opportunity to deepen the company’s relationship with Tata and participate directly in an exciting new growth phase in India’s aviation market.

SAI chief executive officer Goh Choon Phong said Tata Sons is one of the most established and respected names in India. SIA’s collaboration to set up Vistara in 2013 resulted in a market-leading full-service carrier, which has won many global accolades in a short time. He said with this merger, SIA has an opportunity to deepen its relationship with Tata and participate directly in an exciting new growth phase in India’s aviation market. He further said that they will work together to support Air India’s transformation programme, unlock its significant potential, and restore it to its position as a leading airline on the global stage.

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Nykaa CFO Arvind Agarwal resigns

Arvind Agarwal earlier worked with Amazon and joined Nykaa in July 2020.

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Nykaa chief financial officer Arvind Agarwal resigned from his position on Tuesday. The fashion and beauty e-commerce platform announced his resignation.

In a BSE filing, Nykaa informed that Agarwal will be leaving the Company, effective close of business hours on November 25, 2022, to pursue other opportunities in the digital economy and start-up space.

Nykaa’s founder Falguni Nayar hailed Agarwal for the crucial role he played in the company’s emergence as a listed and profitable start-up. Nayar said the company is conscious of Agarwal’s personal dreams and wishes him all the luck.

Upon his resignation, Agarwal said his journey in Nykaa has been incredible so far and all his learning and experiences have set them up for pursuing different personal growth opportunities in the field. He further wished Nykaa good luck for the growth path ahead.

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Arvind Agarwal earlier worked with Amazon and joined Nykaa in July 2020. He was among the key managerial personnel and handled the initial public offer of the firm. Before Amazon, Agarwal worked with Vodafone India for more than 5 years. He had also worked with YOU Telecom, Adani Port, and Tata Teleservices.

Reports said Agarwal paid a total remuneration of Rs 19.58 million during the financial year 2021.

Apart from Nykaa, food delivery application Zomato also saw the resignation of its co-founder Mohit Gupta after 5 years of association with the company.

Gupta, in a message, stated that he decided to move on from Zomato to seek other unknown adventures. He also hailed Deepinder Goyal as he has become a more mature and confident leader who is capable of leading the business into a bright future.

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Jeff Bezos warns of recession, advises people to refrain from buying TV, fridge, cars during holiday season

The former CEO of Amazon also advised small business owners to put off purchasing new equipment in favour of increasing their cash reserves.

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Jeff Bezos warns of recession, advises people to refrain from buying TV, fridge, cars during holiday season

In light of the possibility of a global recession, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos advised consumers to refrain from making significant purchases during the holiday season. Given the state of the economy, he urged people to keep their money safe and refrain from irrational spending in the upcoming months.

The business tycoon said American families should avoid purchasing big-ticket items such as new cars, TVs, automobiles, and refrigerators as the US is staring at a recession. He said American household debt has reached a record high of $16.5 trillion, and people are switching to credit to get their ends meet.

The former CEO of Amazon also advised small business owners to put off purchasing new equipment in favour of increasing their cash reserves.

Bezos said Take some risk off the table, adding, Keep some dry powder on hand. Just a little bit of risk reduction could make the difference for that small business if we do get into even more serious economic problems. You’ve got to play the probabilities a little bit.

He said things are slowing down and many sectors of the economy are seeing layoffs, and this is why you should hold onto your money.

Meanwhile, the founder of Amazon stated in the same interview that he will contribute the majority of his $124 billion income to charitable organizations in order to combat climate change and to help those who can bring mankind together in the face of escalating social and political conflicts.

Bezos did not say how much of his money he intended to donate. But he said, Yeah, I do, in response to the question of whether he will donate a significant percentage of his wealth to charity.

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