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Luxury Travel On Railway Saloons Could Soon Be A Reality

Luxury Travel On Railway Saloons Could Soon Be A Reality

Travelling in a private two bedroom, lounge, kitchen and toilet setup aboard a train could soon be a reality with the Railways exploring ways to facilitate such luxurious journeys.

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Iran Unrest, Trump Tweets Push Crude Oil Past $68; What Does It Mean For India?

Iran Unrest, Trump Tweets Push Crude Oil Past $68; What Does It Mean For India?

Crude oil prices are on the boil again. The spreading of demonstrations in Iran's second largest city Mashhad and several other urban areas, including capital Tehran, has made investors jittery.

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Talks Underway With Westinghouse For Nuclear Power Project: Government

Talks Underway With Westinghouse For Nuclear Power Project: Government

Discussions are underway with Westinghouse Electric Company for a "viable project proposal" to set up six nuclear power reactors, the government informed Rajya Sabha today.

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24 States Under UDAY Cut Losses To Nearly Rs 37,000-cr In Fy'17

24 States Under UDAY Cut Losses To Nearly Rs 37,000-cr In Fy'17

Government's UDAY scheme has helped debt laden DISCOMs of 24 states to reduce losses to Rs 36,905 crore in 2016-17 from Rs 51,590 crore in the previous fiscal, Parliament was informed today.

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After Energy Efficient Lights And Fans, It's Now The Turn Of Electric Motors

After Energy Efficient Lights And Fans, It's Now The Turn Of Electric Motors

India has brought in regulations to cut the use of low efficiency motors. From now on, new low voltage (LV) motors installed in industry must meet IE2 or higher efficiency levels.

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Iron Ore Price Hike Forces Steel Cos To Pass On Cost: Sajjan Jindal

Iron Ore Price Hike Forces Steel Cos To Pass On Cost: Sajjan Jindal

A hike in iron ore prices by state-run NMDC has left steel companies with no choice but to pass on the increased production cost to customers, JSW Steel Chairman Sajjan Jindal has said.

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Asian Coal Prices Hit Late 2016 High Amid Huge Shipping Congestion

Asian Coal Prices Hit Late 2016 High Amid Huge Shipping Congestion

Asian benchmark thermal coalprices have pushed to their highest levels since 2016, fuelled by demand in China and loading delays in Indonesia that have ramped up shipping congestion outside major coal ports.

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Nalco Plans Caustic Soda Plant At Paradip To Counter Soaring Costs

Nalco Plans Caustic Soda Plant At Paradip To Counter Soaring Costs

Visibly worried over soaring costs of inputs, National Aluminium Company (Nalco) is contemplating a second caustic soda plant within the planned PCPIR (petroleum, chemicals & petrochemicals investment region) hub at Paradip.

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Italy’s Enel Group Eyes Electricity Distribution Sector In India

Italy’s Enel Group Eyes Electricity Distribution Sector In India

Attracted by proposed power sector reforms and India’s potential, Italy’s Enel Group is exploring the possibility of entering India’s electricity distribution business, two people familiar with the development said.

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Indian Railways To Build Concrete Walls Along Tracks To Tackle Garbage Menace

Indian Railways To Build Concrete Walls Along Tracks To Tackle Garbage Menace

With brick walls failing to solve the problem of garbage being thrown on tracks, the Railways has decided to deal with the menace once and for all by building concrete walls along the tracks.

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Bypass Route: How Railways Will Get Back Rs 27.5 bn Lost Due To Jharia Fire

Bypass Route: How Railways Will Get Back Rs 27.5 bn Lost Due To Jharia Fire

To bring back its lost coal freight revenue, the ministry of railways has come out with a master plan to have a bypass rail route near the 35-kilometre line between Chandrapura and Dhanbad that was closed due to coal fire at Jharia coalfields in June.

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News In Numbers: 2,700 Trains Will Have Gps-Tracking Device By December 2018

News In Numbers: 2,700 Trains Will Have Gps-Tracking Device By December 2018

The size of the deal that India had placed with Israel’s state-owned defence contractor Rafael to buy Spike anti-tank guided missiles. It has now cancelled the order.

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Indian Railways To Install Fog-Safety Device In Trains

Indian Railways To Install Fog-Safety Device In Trains

As North India continues to reel under dense fog, the Indian Railways has installed a fog-safety device in the trains to prevent their long delays in winters.

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Indian Railways May Get Power From 1-GW Solar Park - Report

Indian Railways May Get Power From 1-GW Solar Park - Report

A solar park of 1,050 MW is planned to be built in India’s Madhya Pradesh state, with its output to be supplied to Indian Railways, the Times of India reports.

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Roads And Buildings Department Awaits Nod For Road Under Bridges

Roads And Buildings Department Awaits Nod For Road Under Bridges

The roads and buildings department is seeking clearance from the state government for the construction of two road under bridges near existing Brodipet flyover bridge in Guntur city for the smooth flow of traffic.

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Railway Quick-Fix To Plug Losses

Railway Quick-Fix To Plug Losses

Indian Railways is planning to develop a short-term diversion on the 14km underground fire-hit part of the historical 34km Dhanbad-Chandrapura line, which had been deemed unsafe and closed in June 2017.

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