Consumption in May slumped to its lowest since August last year amid lockdowns and restrictions in several states.
Rebound in fuel demand and gradual recovery in refining margins will drive earnings improvement.
The dengue tally of the city, which was 664 till Monday, breached the 700-mark after detection of 50 more cases in the last 24 hours. The tally now stands at 714.
The leaders of Leh Apex Body and Kargil Democratic Alliance met and evolved consensus on four points.
Fuel demand had recovered to near-normal levels in March before the onset of the second wave of COVID-19 infections led to the re-imposition of lockdowns in different states.
According to the figures issued by the Airports Authority of India, Darbhanga saw a passenger traffic of over three lakh in the first fortnight of July this year since it became operational in last No
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The electricity demand slowed down during the first two months of 2021-22 compared to March 2021 amid lockdowns imposed by state governments to control the second wave of COVID-19, it said.
Petrol sales rose 5.6 per cent year-on-year to 2.4 million tonnes in June. It was up 21 per cent from May sales of 1.99 million tonnes.
This number has been steadily recovering month-on-month after having been slowed a little by the peak of the second wave in April and May this year.
In May this year, the Supreme Court struck down the Maharashtra law granting quota to Marathas in admissions and government jobs.
This move reportedly aligns with DPDHL's net-zero emission 2050 goal as it diminishes the need for physical paperwork and printing, reducing the company's carbon footprint.
The commercial and industrial power demand and consumption were affected since April this year due to lockdown restrictions imposed by states to contain the deadly virus amid a raging second wave.
The consumption of 1140 MT claimed by Delhi government was four times the consumption calculated according to bed capacity (289 MT), said the interim report of a Supreme Court constituted sub-group.
The interim report by an SC-appointed panel states that the Delhi govt claimed that their formula is based on ICMR guidelines but no such guidelines were placed before the subgroup.