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May 22, 2019, Wednesday

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NTPC Signs MoU with Seven Electric Vehicle Aggregators

NTPC Signs MoU with Seven Electric Vehicle Aggregators

State-owned power major, NTPC signed MoUs with Vehicle Aggregators Ola, Lithium, Shuttl, Bikxie, Bounce, Electrie and Zoom Car for development and utilization of public charging infrastructure today.

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Govt, Word Bank ink pact for providing 24x7 electricity in Jharkhand

Govt, Word Bank ink pact for providing 24x7 electricity in Jharkhand

The Union Government and the Jharkhand government and the World Bank on Tuesday signed a 310 million dollars loan agreement for Jharkhand Power System Improvement project to provide reliable, quality, and affordable 24x7 electricity in the state.

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From Bulbs to Grinders: How the Power of the Sun Transformed 12 Jharkhand Villages

From Bulbs to Grinders: How the Power of the Sun Transformed 12 Jharkhand Villages

With a toothless grin on her face, 75-year-old Mangari Devi excitedly shows the switches installed in her small mud house, saying, “Our village has become a town.”

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Modi's Saubhagya scheme needs to pick up pace to meet December deadline

Modi's Saubhagya scheme needs to pick up pace to meet December deadline

In September last year, Narendra Modi had launched a new scheme, Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana – ‘Saubhagya’, for free electricity connections to all households. So far around 2 crore households have been connected

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UP govt approves proposals of alternative and solar energy

UP govt approves proposals of alternative and solar energy

To boost alternative and solar energy in the state,Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday gave its approval to set up a unit to generate alternative energy in Sitapur and clear 10 bids of 500 megawatt solar energy in the state.

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Tycoon Mistry Plans $1 Billion Share Offer Amid Rare Asset Sales

Tycoon Mistry Plans $1 Billion Share Offer Amid Rare Asset Sales

India’s Shapoorji Pallonji Group plans to seek about $1 billion by bringing outside investors into its solar unit, as it embarks on a series of asset sales across the 153-year-old conglomerate to reduce debt.

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Column: Shut out of China, U.S. coal exporters find favour in India, for now

Column: Shut out of China, U.S. coal exporters find favour in India, for now

U.S. coal exporters have effectively lost a promising market in China since the imposition of tariffs as part of the ongoing trade dispute, but so far they have managed to find other buyers in Asia, chiefly India.

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Artificial rain to curb Delhi pollution? Government weighing option to fight worsening air condition

Artificial rain to curb Delhi pollution? Government weighing option to fight worsening air condition

With Delhi experiencing the worst ever phase of air pollution, the government is considering to seed clouds to cause artificial rain and provide Delhiites with some much-needed relief.

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GAIL, Gujarat co oppose Arcelor bid for Essar Steel

GAIL, Gujarat co oppose Arcelor bid for Essar Steel

State-run gas utility GAIL and Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation (Getco) have thrown their weight against ArcelorMittal’s bid to take over debt-laden Essar Steel under bankruptcy proceedings in the National Company Law Tribunal(NCLT).

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SBI Caps, EY, KPMG vie for advisory roles ahead of PSU acquisitions

SBI Caps, EY, KPMG vie for advisory roles ahead of PSU acquisitions

SBI Capital Markets, KPMG and EY are in the fray to advise on the acquisitions of Satluj Jal Vidhyut Nigam Ltd (SJVNL) and Power Finance Corp. (PFC) by NTPC Ltd and REC Ltd, respectively, said two people aware of the development.

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India’s IOC inches closer to start producing IMO-compliant fuel oil

India’s IOC inches closer to start producing IMO-compliant fuel oil

State-owned Indian Oil Corp will start producing 0.5% sulfur compliant fuel oil in September 2019, months ahead of the International Maritime Organization’s global sulfur limit rule for marine fuels, but will keep its options open

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Bangladesh scraps new floating LNG projects for land-based terminals

Bangladesh scraps new floating LNG projects for land-based terminals

Bangladesh will scrap plans to build additional floating liquefied natural gas import (LNG) terminals in favour of land-based stations, a senior government official said.

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Oil India bucks trend after board approves buyback

Oil India bucks trend after board approves buyback

Oil India rose 0.82% to Rs 202.70 at 13:48 IST on BSE after the company said its board approved the proposal to buyback 5.04 crore shares at Rs 215 each.

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Natural gas production to rise by a third if output locked in ONGC, OIL fields opens up

Natural gas production to rise by a third if output locked in ONGC, OIL fields opens up

India's natural gas production will rise by a third provided the output locked in a dozen fields of state-owned ONGC and OIL is opened up by giving remunerative market prices, people with knowledge of the matter said.

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Hon’ble Prime Minister to lay Foundation Stones of City Gas Distribution (CGD) Projects in 65 Geographical Areas (GAs) in 129 Districts under the 9th CGD Bidding Round

Hon’ble Prime Minister to lay Foundation Stones of City Gas Distribution (CGD) Projects in 65 Geographical Areas (GAs) in 129 Districts under the 9th CGD Bidding Round

Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi would lay the Foundation Stones of City Gas Distribution (CGD) Projects in 65 Geographical Areas (GAs) in 129 Districts under the 9th CGD Bidding Round recently awarded by PNGRB

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This is how Centre can make Iran sanctions stop hurting India

This is how Centre can make Iran sanctions stop hurting India

Central Asia represents an area of considerable strategic interest for India due to its geographical location, mineral and hydrocarbon wealth, and prospects for the development of multiple trade corridors through land and sea routes.

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Relief for common man as fuel prices continue to follow downward curve

Relief for common man as fuel prices continue to follow downward curve

The prices of key transport fuels -- petrol and diesel -- continued to fall on Tuesday thanks to lower global crude oil prices. According to the Indian Oil Corp data, petrol was priced at Rs 76.38 per litre in the national capital on Tuesday.

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India remittances from gulf getting slippery due to oil prices

India remittances from gulf getting slippery due to oil prices

Remittances have been the bulwark of dollar inflows and have lent the required comfort in financing India’s current account deficit (CAD) for decades. This reliable stream of dollar inflows has remained steady despite the country’s CAD

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Surat railway station: IRSDC takes steps to make multi-modal transport hub project attractive to developers

Surat railway station: IRSDC takes steps to make multi-modal transport hub project attractive to developers

Indian Railways’ Surat railway station, which is soon going to be turned into a multi-modal transport hub (MMTH), integrating all modes of transport, is all set to transform the face of the city.

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WOW! You can travel at this place via this express for just Rs 10 ; this is what IRCTC is giving you

WOW! You can travel at this place via this express for just Rs 10 ; this is what IRCTC is giving you

Can you a imagine a train journey whiich is as cheap as just Rs 10 and that also not by local trains but in fact through express. At first, it will be unbelievable to see a train express charging you just Rs 10 for a journey.

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Haryana’s Ballabgarh Now Accessible By Delhi Metro: Violet Line’s Escorts Mujesar-Raja Nahar Singh Section Open For Public

Haryana’s Ballabgarh Now Accessible By Delhi Metro: Violet Line’s Escorts Mujesar-Raja Nahar Singh Section Open For Public

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Monday (19 November) flagged off Delhi Metro’s Violet Line connecting Escorts Mujesar to Raja Nahar Singh (Ballabgarh). After Gurugram, Faridabad and Bahaudargarh, Ballabgarh

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PM’s office may step in to resolve delays in Dwarka Expressway project

PM’s office may step in to resolve delays in Dwarka Expressway project

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) may step in to resolve the issue of the delaying of the Dwarka Expressway project. A high-level meeting has been called by the PMO on Wednesday to address pending issues, officials said.

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Watch: Speed Trial of Engine-less 'Train 18' Held on Moradabad-Bareilly Route Today

Watch: Speed Trial of Engine-less 'Train 18' Held on Moradabad-Bareilly Route Today

India’s first engine-less train, Train 18 successfully completed the speed trial on tracks at Moradabad-Bareilly section on Tuesday, stated Piyush Goyal, Indian Minister of Railways and Coal, in his Twitter handle.

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Indian Railways introduces e-toilets in train coaches! Know all about electronically-operated clean toilets

Indian Railways introduces e-toilets in train coaches! Know all about electronically-operated clean toilets

Indian Railways installs e-toilets in train coaches! In a first of its kind initiative, the national transporter has installed e-toilets in train coaches on the occasion of the World Toilet Day.

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5 SCR stations to be adorned by 100 feet national flag

5 SCR stations to be adorned by 100 feet national flag

Five railway stations in the South Central Railway (SCR) zone will soon be adorned by a 100 feet national flag. The five nominated stations in the SCR Zone are Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Kachiguda

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