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Exclusive: L&T Will Look To Build Aluminium Plant Worth Rs 10,000 Crore, Says A K Naik

L&T Will Look To Build Aluminium Plant Worth Rs 10,000 Crore, Says A K Naik

We were joined by non-Executive Group Chairman of engineering and construction giant Larsen and Toubro, A. M. Naik, who spoke about his book 'The Nationalist' and shed light on L&T operations as well.

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UN Lauds India’s Example In Providing Universal Power Connections

UN Lauds India’s Example In Providing Universal Power Connections

A new United Nations report has cited India’s example in providing electrification to the masses, as it highlighted that world’s 47 least developed countries (LDCs) had been falling behind the developing nations in terms of getting power to homes and businesses.

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Tarbela Power Generation Gone Down To 1,111 Megawatts

Tarbela Power Generation Gone Down To 1,111 Megawatts

Pakistan’s major hydropower plants in Tarbela are struck with water deficiency and are not producing the electric power to the required output.

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Saubhagya Scheme And Intermittent Opportunities For Power Generation, Transmission And Distribution Sector In India; New Report Launched

Saubhagya Scheme And Intermittent Opportunities For Power Generation, Transmission And Distribution Sector In India; New Report Launched

Market Research Reports, Inc. has announced the addition of “Saubhagya Scheme & Intermittent Opportunities for Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Sector in India” research report to their website www.MarketResearchReports.com.

 

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Andhra Pradesh To Buy Solar Power From Kadapa Plant

Andhra Pradesh To Buy Solar Power From Kadapa Plant

Akey state utility has reversed its stand and will buy solar power from a large project, although at a lower rate than initially proposed, giving a boost to the renewable energy sector, which was being derailed by monopolistic distribution companies arm-twisting developers to lower tariffs.

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Electric Cars Could Soon Power Our Lives

Electric Cars Could Soon Power Our Lives

Power stored in electric cars could be sent back to the grid  thereby supporting the grid and acting as a potential storage for clean energy  but it will only be economically viable if we upgrade the system first.

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China For More Dams On Tibetan Rivers Instead Of Brahmaputra: Report

China For More Dams On Tibetan Rivers Instead Of Brahmaputra: Report

China, which is constructing many hydropower projects in Tibet, plans to focus on dam building on rivers close to its provinces and not on the Brahmaputra which sparked concerns in India, state media reported Thursday.

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Coal-Based Plants: ‘Stranded Power Unit Debts May Touch Rs 5l Cr If Left Unaddressed’

Coal-Based Plants: ‘Stranded Power Unit Debts May Touch Rs 5l Cr If Left Unaddressed’

Debt of coal-based power plants may nearly treble in three years to Rs 5 lakh crore if the issue of stranded electricity generation units is not addressed urgently, NITI Aayog chief executive officer Amitabh Kant said on Wednesday.

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Panel Moots Uniform Norms For EV Charging Stations In India

Panel Moots Uniform Norms For EV Charging Stations In India

Electric vehicle charging stations in India will have to follow a common standard approved by the government, which has accepted a panel's suggestion to have a uniform infrastructure across the country.

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Govt’s Electric Vehicle Campaign Can Create $300 Billion Domestic Battery Market: Niti Aayog

Govt’s Electric Vehicle Campaign Can Create $300 Billion Domestic Battery Market: Niti Aayog

Chalking out the road-map for India’s Electric Vehicle (EV) Mission 2030, NITI Aayog on Wednesday pitched for a ‘Make in India’ opportunity for battery manufacturers.

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Global Crude Oil Price Of Indian Basket Was US$ 61.54 Per Bbl On 22.11.2017

Global Crude Oil Price Of Indian Basket Was US$ 61.54 Per Bbl On 22.11.2017

The international crude oil price of Indian Basket as computed/published today by Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas was US$ 61.54 per barrel (bbl) on 22.11.2017.

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Oil, Gas PSU Mergers Exempt From CCI Approval

Oil, Gas PSU Mergers Exempt From CCI Approval

Merger and acquisition deals involving public sector oil and gas companies have been exempted from seeking the Competition Commission approval, says a notification.

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HOEC Starts Commercial Gas Sale From Dirok Field

HOEC Starts Commercial Gas Sale From Dirok Field

Hindustan Oil Exploration Company Ltd (HOEC) said it has commenced the first commercial gas sale from Dirok gas field in Assam.

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With Oil Prices Rising, Try More Self-Reliance

With Oil Prices Rising, Try More Self-Reliance

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was lucky that oil prices were low when he took over in 2014, so he could tackle the economy that was left on a shaky wicket by the Manmohan Singh government.

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Global Oil And Gas Pipeline Safety Market Share 2017-2022 ABB, Alstom, GE Digital Energy, Schneider Electric

Global Oil And Gas Pipeline Safety Market Share 2017-2022 ABB, Alstom, GE Digital Energy, Schneider Electric

Global market study Oil And Gas Pipeline Safety Market 2017-2022 analyses the crucial factors of the Oil And Gas Pipeline Safety market supported gift trade things, market demands, business methods adopted by Oil And Gas Pipeline Safety market players and their growth state of affairs.

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Oil Min Plans New Bio-Fuel Policy

Oil Min Plans New Bio-Fuel Policy

A day after DNA Money reported how 18% levy under goods and services tax (GST) has killed 80% of bio-diesel industry in India, ministry of petroleum and natural gas on Wednesdayhad a consultative meeting in which stakeholders were invited for suggestions for drafting a roadmap for new bio-fuel policy in India.

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Odisha Sore With IOC Over Timeline Revisions For Petrochem Units

Odisha Sore With IOC Over Timeline Revisions For Petrochem Units

The Odisha government has voiced its displeasure with the Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) for delaying the commissioning of different projects proposed for the petrochemical complex at Paradip.

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Railways Saves Over Rs 5,000 Crore In Power Bills In Two Years

Railways Saves Over Rs 5,000 Crore In Power Bills In Two Years

The railways has registered savings of Rs 5,636 crore in power bills from April 2015 to October 2017, the transport behemoth said today.

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2 Months After Stampede, Army Begins Construction Of Bridge At Elphinstone Station

2 Months After Stampede, Army Begins Construction Of Bridge At Elphinstone Station

The Indian Army has begun construction of a foot over bridge at the Elphinstone Road Railway Station in Mumbai, almost two months after a stampede left 23 people dead.

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Hyderabad Metro In India Secures Safety Approval

Hyderabad Metro In India Secures Safety Approval

The Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) and representatives from the Railway Safety Commission have issued authorisation to open a key section of the Hyderabad metro in the Indian state of Telangana.

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Indian Railways Accomplishes Major Savings In Its 'electric Traction Energy Bill'

Indian Railways Accomplishes Major Savings In Its 'electric Traction Energy Bill'

In a major strategy to reduce the cost of its electric traction energy bill, Indian Railways (IR) has succeeded in achieving a cumulative saving of Rs 5636 cr. from April, 2015 to October

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Railways Plans To Go Electric In 5 Yrs; Runs-in With GE Diesel Engine Deal

Railways Plans To Go Electric In 5 Yrs; Runs-in With GE Diesel Engine Deal

Coal and Railways Minister Piyush Goyal on Tuesday said the Indian Railways will completely phase out diesel locomotives in the next five years and will switch to electric locomotives with the focus on increasing speed.

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New Trains Will Take The Pain Out Of Commuting

New Trains Will Take The Pain Out Of Commuting

Every morning and afternoon, commuter trains leave stations around South Africa to take workers to their places of employment or bring them home.

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India To Establish Center Of Excellence In Maritime And Ship Building In 2 Cities

India To Establish Center Of Excellence In Maritime And Ship Building In 2 Cities

CEMS will have campuses at Vishakhapatnam and Mumbai, and will provide industry-relevant skill development, equip students with employable engineering and technical skills in the port and maritime sector and contribute to the Government of India’s ambitious Sagarmala programme.

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Tamil Nadu To Seek Centre Help For Relaunching Ferry Service Between Rameswaram, Sri Lanka

Tamil Nadu To Seek Centre Help For Relaunching Ferry Service Between Rameswaram, Sri Lanka

The Tamil Nadu government will submit a memorandum to the Union Shipping Ministry, seeking development of infrastructure at Rameswaram to launch ferry service from Rameswaram to Sri Lanka again under the Sagarmala funding.

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Railways’ Plan Could Electrify The Street, Too

Railways’ Plan Could Electrify The Street, Too

The Indian Railways’ plan to electrify its entire network in the next four years could potentially expand the order pipeline of capital-goods makers by Rs 40,000 crore, with the national transporter seeking to shrink its operating costs through lower reliance on fossil fuels.

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Kaleshwaram Gets Two More Clearances From Centre

Kaleshwaram Gets Two More Clearances From Centre

The central government has given two more clearances to the Kaleshwaram lift irrigation scheme. The Union Ground Water Authority and Construction Machinery Consultancy’s directorate has given the clearances.

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Fog Effect: 17 Delhi-Bound Trains Late, 6 Rescheduled, 1 Cancelled

Fog Effect: 17 Delhi-Bound Trains Late, 6 Rescheduled, 1 Cancelled

A total of 17 Delhi-bound trains were running late and six rescheduled due to fog in northern India on Thursday.

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Train’s 160-Km Detour Confuses Passengers

Train’s 160-Km Detour Confuses Passengers

A train with 2,500 protesting farmers travelled on the wrong route only to end up in Madhya Pradesh instead of its destination, Kolhapur.

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