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LPG Prices raised, sold at Rs 410.4/cylinder

The increase in LPG prices followed the government's decision to limit the supply of subsidized cylinders to six in a year for each households in September.

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Nov 15, 2012, 06.34 PM IST
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NEW DELHI: Cooking gas cylinders now costs Rs 410.50 in Delhi after the government raised the commission for dealers last month.

"The cost of a subsidized LPG cylinder was Rs 399 in Delhi before October 9," Indian Oil Corporation officials said.

The increase in LPG prices followed the government's decision to limit the supply of subsidized cylinders to six in a year for each households in September.

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