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November 15, 2018, Thursday

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Power plants rebound as coal supplies steady

Power Plants Rebound As Coal Supplies Steady

Indian power plants now have average coal inventory of about nine days, comfortably breaching the critical stock threshold that forced several generating companies to recently shut down units amid a crisis in supplies of the primary solid fuel.

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Solar Tariffs Rise Slightly In Rajasthan Auction

Solar Tariffs Rise Slightly In Rajasthan Auction

After a steep fall for over two years, solar tariffs rose marginally at the latest auction conducted by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI).

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Reliance Industries Aims To Be Among World’s Top 20 Firms

Reliance Industries Aims To Be Among World’s Top 20 Firms

Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) aims to be among the top 20 companies in the world and become a leading provider of clean energy and solutions to the manufacturing sector as it enters its golden decade, chairman Mukesh Ambani said.

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Centre's Plan For All-Electric Cars By 2030 Not Viable: Merc India Chief

Centre's Plan For All-Electric Cars By 2030 Not Viable: Merc India Chief

Luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz has urged the government "not to rush with the all-electric vehicles push" and thus "foreclose better technological options" for future generations as the rest of the world is racing to run on hydrogen and not electricity.

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Govt To Invest Rs 25,000-cr To Link Highways To International Trade Points

Govt To Invest Rs 25,000-cr To Link Highways To International Trade Points

To facilitate trade with bordering countries like Nepal and Bangladesh, India will link its major highway corridors to international trade points at a cost of Rs 25,000 crore, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said.

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Infra

India To Link Highway Corridors To International Trade Points For Rs 25,000 Crore

To facilitate trade with bordering countries like Nepal and Bangladesh, India will link its major highway corridors to international trade points at a cost of Rs 25,000 crore, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said.

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Delhi Metro Magenta Line: Broad-sized Coaches To Ply On Standard Gauge Track, Says DMRC

Delhi Metro Magenta Line: Broad-sized Coaches To Ply On Standard Gauge Track, Says DMRC

In a first, broad-sized coaches will ply on the standard gauge track of the Magenta Line of the Delhi Metro, the Kalkaji Mandir-Botanical Garden section of which is set for a mega launch tomorrow.

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India's First Air-Conditioned Suburban Train To Ply In Mumbai

India's First Air-Conditioned Suburban Train To Ply In Mumbai

India's first fully air-conditioned train to ply on a suburban route will run between downtown Mumbai's Churchgate and suburban Virar railway stations from Christmas Day, according to the Western Railway.

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2017: Less Accidents, More Aftershocks For Railways

2017: Less Accidents, More Aftershocks For Railways

Derailments - both on and off tracks - marked 2017 for the Indian Railways.

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Indian Railway Finance Corporation Hopeful Of Raising Rs 1,000 Crore From Capital Gains Bonds

Indian Railway Finance Corporation Hopeful Of Raising Rs 1,000 Crore From Capital Gains Bonds

Indian Railway Finance Corporation (IRFC) is hopeful of raising Rs 1,000 crore from the recent issue of capital gains bonds, its Managing Director S K Pattanayak said today.

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Railways’ 213 Projects Report Cost Overrun Of Rs 1.61 Lakh Crore

Railways’ 213 Projects Report Cost Overrun Of Rs 1.61 Lakh Crore

Indian Railways’ 60 per cent projects out of the total 353 central sector projects are facing huge cost overrun due to various reasons, according to a government report.

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Railway Mulls Extra Charges During Festivals, Discounts For Odd-Hour Travels

Railway Mulls Extra Charges During Festivals, Discounts For Odd-Hour Travels

Premium charges during festivals such as Diwali, Durga Puja and discounts for travelling odd- hours, choosing a less popular route or train or one having no pantry services, are some of the proposals the Railway Board is considering on dynamic-pricing.

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In A First, Railways To Run AC Suburban Trains In Mumbai From December 25

In A First, Railways To Run AC Suburban Trains In Mumbai From December 25

Western Railway will flag off its air-conditioned local services tomorrow with a Borivali-Churchgate service commencing at 10:30am.

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213 Railway Projects Report Cost Overrun Of Rs 1.61 Lakh Crore

213 Railway Projects Report Cost Overrun Of Rs 1.61 Lakh Crore

Indian Railways' 60 per cent projects out of the total 353 central sector projects are facing huge cost overrun due to various reasons, according to a government report.

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