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December 11, 2018, Tuesday

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Narendra Modi Independence Day Speech: World That Spoke Of India’s Red Tape Now Talks About Red Carpet – Top 10 Quotes

Narendra Modi Independence Day Speech: World That Spoke Of India’s Red Tape Now Talks About Red Carpet – Top 10 Quotes

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on August 15 from the ramparts of Red Fort to mark the 72nd Independence Day of India on Wednesday.

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New Train Time Table: Indian Railways Makes Provision For Maintenance Blocks

New Train Time Table: Indian Railways Makes Provision For Maintenance Blocks

With more customised trains such as Antyodaya Express, Uday Express and Tejas Express on the anvil for passengers over the next 12 years, the Indian Railways has started introduction of ‘mega blocks’ for maintenance as per the new time table to be in effect starting Independence Day.

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Trouble Brews For Delhi Power Subsidy Scheme

Trouble Brews For Delhi Power Subsidy Scheme

A proposal in the national tariff policy on direct benefit transfer for subsidy disbursement could create problems for the Delhi government.

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Jindal Makes Highest Offer For Bhushan Power

Jindal Makes Highest Offer For Bhushan Power

Sajjan Jindal appears to have an advantage over N Chandrasekaran and Sanjeev Gupta in the race to acquire the bankrupt Bhushan Power & Steel.

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PIL In Supreme Court Against DVC-NVVN Power Supply To Bangladesh

PIL In Supreme Court Against DVC-NVVN Power Supply To Bangladesh

Even as the Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC), along with its partner NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN), is gearing itself to supply power to Bangladesh, where it recently won a supply contract of 300 megawatt (Mw) of power for a 15-year time period, both are headed to be drawn into a legal battle on the same.

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Solar Tariffs Touch Rs 2.59 Per Unit In NTPC’s Tender

Solar Tariffs Touch Rs 2.59 Per Unit In NTPC’s Tender

Tariffs for solar power touched Rs2.59 per unit in a tender called by state-run NTPC Ltd for 2,000 megawatts (MW) on Tuesday.

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Adani Green Energy Says SECI Scraps Its Arm's 300 MW Awarded Solar Capacities

Adani Green Energy Says SECI Scraps Its Arm's 300 MW Awarded Solar Capacities

Adani Green Energy Ltd (AGEL) today said that Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has annulled the tender won by its arm Mahoba Solar (UP) Private Ltd.

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Coal Scam: Naveen Jindal, Others Summoned As Accused In Money Laundering Case

Coal Scam: Naveen Jindal, Others Summoned As Accused In Money Laundering Case

Industrialist and Congress leader Naveen Jindal along with 14 others was on Tuesday summoned as an accused by a Delhi court for alleged money laundering in a case pertaining to irregularities in allocation of a Jharkhand coal block.

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On 63rd ONGC Day, Employees Vow To Fulfill PM’s Energy Vision

On 63rd ONGC Day, Employees Vow To Fulfill PM’s Energy Vision

India’s Integrated Energy Company, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation celebrated its 63rd anniversary on Tuesday across all regions and work centres in the country.

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Oil Prices Fall On Rising US Crude Inventories, Darkening Economic Outlook

Oil Prices Fall On Rising US Crude Inventories, Darkening Economic Outlook

Oil prices fell on Wednesday, pulled down by a report of increased U.S. crude inventories and as a darkening economic outlook stoked expectations of lower fuel demand.

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India's Nayara Energy's July Iran Oil Imports Down 11.3 Pct Y/y- Trade

India's Nayara Energy's July Iran Oil Imports Down 11.3 Pct Y/y- Trade

Iran's key Indian client Nayara Energy, formerly known as Essar Oil, imported about 135,000 barrels per day (bpd) Iranian oil in July

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India Is Considering 50 Per Cent Iran Oil Cut To Win US Waiver

India Is Considering 50 Per Cent Iran Oil Cut To Win US Waiver

India, the second biggest crude customer for Iran, may cut its imports from the Islamic republic by half to secure a waiver from the U.S. to continue with shipments, people familiar with the matter said.

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Saudi Arabia Pips Iraq As Top Oil Supplier To India In July: Data

Saudi Arabia Pips Iraq As Top Oil Supplier To India In July: Data

Saudi Arabia replaced Iraq as top oil supplier to India in July after a gap of more than a year, according to data from industry and shipping sources, as a higher intake of Iranian oil ahead of U.S. sanctions altered trade routes.

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India Reliance's July Oil Imports Fell 5.2 Pct From June - Trade

India Reliance's July Oil Imports Fell 5.2 Pct From June - Trade

India's Reliance Industries, owner of the world's biggest refining complex, imported 5.2 percent less oil in July compared to the previous month, according to data from shipping and industry sources.

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Independence Day 2018: 18 Of Railways' Police Get President's Medals

Eighteen officials of the Railways' police force have been awarded the President's Police Medals for meritorious and distinguished service on the eve of IndepEighteen officials of the Railways' police force have been awarded the President's Police Medals for meritorious and distinguished service on the eve of Independence Day.

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Railway Ministry Releases Third Cleanliness Audit

Railway Ministry Releases Third Cleanliness Audit

The Railway Ministry on Monday released the third party survey report on station cleanliness conducted by Quality Council of India (QCI). Union Railways Minister Piyush Goyal was present to grace the event.

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Indian Railways Takes To The ROD To Ensure Your Safety On Tracks

Indian Railways Takes To The ROD To Ensure Your Safety On Tracks

Indian Railways has been working strenuously to improve its safety record. From eliminating unmanned level crossings to replacing its old tracks, Indian Railways has managed to bring down the number of accidents to 73 in 2017-18 from 135 in 2014-15.

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Railways Formalises Its Agreement With Japan In Rail Safety

Railways Formalises Its Agreement With Japan In Rail Safety

Railways today formalised an agreement with Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) for cooperation in improving railway safety in India, a statement from the ministry said.

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