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BDO Takes IRPs Of Bhushan Power, Jyoti Structures To Court

BDO Takes IRPs Of Bhushan Power, Jyoti Structures To Court

Professional services firm BDO India has dragged interim resolution professionals (IRPs) of Bhushan Power & Steel and Jyoti Structures to court, four people with direct knowledge of the matter told ET.

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Lenders Told To Take Criminal Action Against Gold-plated Power Projects

Lenders Told To Take Criminal Action Against Gold-plated Power Projects

The government is nudging bankers to take criminal action against private power producers that have inflated project costs, said a top government official requesting anonymity.

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Govt May Cancel Coal Mine In Jharkhand Allotted To Essar

Govt May Cancel Coal Mine In Jharkhand Allotted To Essar

Stating that the performance of Essar Power has not been up to the mark with regard to making operational a coal mine in Jharkhand, a senior official said the government may cancel the coal block allotted to firm once the court stay on the mine is vacated.

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Green Nod To MCL's Rs 437 Crore Lakhanpur Coal Mine Expansion Project

Green Nod To MCL's Rs 437 Crore Lakhanpur Coal Mine Expansion Project

Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd (MCL) has received green nod for the second phase expansion of its Lakhanpur opencast coal mine located in Jharsuguda district, Odisha that would entail an investment of Rs 436.79 crore.

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Tripartite Agreement On Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant A Good Start: Experts

Tripartite Agreement On Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant A Good Start: Experts

Indian nuclear experts see the tripartite agreement between India, Russia and Bangladesh to cooperate for the construction of the Rooppur Nuclear power Plant as a start in the right direction and contend that it would strengthen India’s case for entry into Nuclear Suppliers’ Group (NSG) as well.

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Climate Change Has Resulted In Substantial Reduction Of Coral Cover: WWF

Climate Change Has Resulted In Substantial Reduction Of Coral Cover: WWF

Climate change has resulted in "substantial" reduction of the country's coral cover and growth in the last two decades, according to conservation group WWF India which has stressed the need for formulating a "holistic" approach for their protection.

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Fear Of Safeguard And Anti-dumping Duty Hits Solar Auctions

Fear Of Safeguard And Anti-dumping Duty Hits Solar Auctions

The looming threat of safeguard duty and anti-dumping duty on imports of solar panels and modules has begun impacting participation in solar auctions, leading to postponement of two recent auctions.

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The Right Cost-Benefit Analysis For E-Vehicles

The Right Cost-Benefit Analysis For E-Vehicles

It should have been a step towards cleaner city life in the national capital. Recently, the Delhi government announced its interest in buying 200 new electric-powered city buses

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Oil Prices Climb Ahead Of OPEC Meeting With US Shale Firms

Oil Prices Climb Ahead Of OPEC Meeting With US Shale Firms

Oil prices rose early on Monday ahead of a meeting between OPEC and U.S. shale firms in Houston, raising expectations that oil producers would discuss further how to clear a global oil glut.

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Adani Gas Plans Direct Listing Of Shares

Adani Gas Plans Direct Listing Of Shares

Adani Gas Ltd, the gas distribution business of Adani Group, is planning to go for a direct listing of shares instead of an initial public offering, two people aware of the development said.

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Move To Split GAIL Before Sale Of Arm

Move To Split GAIL Before Sale Of Arm

The oil ministry is considering splitting GAIL India into two separate entities, one a marketing company and the other, a pipeline player.

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Proxy Advisory Firm Questions Exemptions In ONGC-HPCL Deal

Proxy Advisory Firm Questions Exemptions In ONGC-HPCL Deal

Proxy advisory firm IiAS has questioned state-owned ONGC seeking exemption from taking shareholders' nod for acquisition of the government's stake in HPCL, saying such leniency with regard to public votes is not warranted.

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Trade Wars Aren't Good For Crude Oil Prices; Here's Why

Trade Wars Aren't Good For Crude Oil Prices; Here's Why

"Trade wars are good" is a thing you may have read Friday morning that happens to be not true.

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IOC Bids For Stake In Vietnam's Binh Son Refinery

IOC Bids For Stake In Vietnam's Binh Son Refinery

State-owned Indian Oil Corp (IOC) has bid for a stake in Vietnam's Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Company as it looks at the South Eastern nation to expand business beyond Indian shores.

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Trump Tariffs Are A Gift For Opec And Russia. Not Shale

Trump Tariffs Are A Gift For Opec And Russia. Not Shale

US President Donald Trump’s planned 25% import tariff on steel is a gift to Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Russia.

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Railway Plans ‘one-stop Solution’ On Trains For Travellers

Railway Plans ‘one-stop Solution’ On Trains For Travellers

Millions of rail passengers may soon have access to one-man complaint redressal cell on board trains.

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‘At Least 40,000 Passengers Will Ride The Bullet Train By 2022’

‘At Least 40,000 Passengers Will Ride The Bullet Train By 2022’

FIVE MONTHS after Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for the ambitious Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project, aimed at connecting the two cities in two hours

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Rlys To Re-engage 310 Retd Employees

Rlys To Re-engage 310 Retd Employees

Following the move by railway to push up age limit for re-employing retired staff to 65 years from 62, the Trichy railway division has decided to re-engage 310 former railway employees in various levels.

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Mumbai Metro. Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty 04-07-2014

50-km Length To Be Added To Existing Metro Route By 2021:

At least 50-km length of additional metro railway service will be added to the existing facilities in the city by June 2021, Railway Board chairman Ashwani Lohani said here today.

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Flexi-Fare In Premium Trains To Be Tweaked: Railway Board Chairman

Flexi-Fare In Premium Trains To Be Tweaked: Railway Board Chairman

Railway Board chairman Ashwani Lohani on Sunday hinted at a change in flexi-fare system in premium trains, saying there will be some tweaking which will benefit both passengers and railways.

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Railways May Appoint Service Captains To Resolve Your Complaints At Single Point

Railways May Appoint Service Captains To Resolve Your Complaints At Single Point

Pssengers of Indian Railway may soon get their complaints redressed at a single point ‘Service Captain’ if the recommendations of committee get nod from Railway Board.

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Railways’ Trainset Project Hits Red Flag Over Tender Criteria

Railways’ Trainset Project Hits Red Flag Over Tender Criteria

The department of industrial policy and promotion (DIPP) has raised red flags over the tender process of the Indian Railways’ Rs 2,700 crore trainset project – which has resulted in a single bidder outcome – and has sought clarification from the state-run transport on alleged deviations from the Modi government’s public procurement policy.

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New Delhi Municipal Council​’s Solar Road Project Faces Bumps

New Delhi Municipal Council​’s Solar Road Project Faces Bumps

The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) may have got too ambitious with its plans to make the Lutyens’ Zone run completely on renewable energy.

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Rail Budget 2018: Poll-bound States Under BJP See Highest Rise

Rail Budget 2018: Poll-bound States Under BJP See Highest Rise

Three poll-bound BJP-ruled states – Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan- have seen the highest growth in allocations in rail budget 2018-2019 as compared to the average outlay during 2009-2014 under UPA II regime, according to data provided by Railways today.

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DMRC

Delhi Metro Advisory On Commuters Sitting, Leaning At Coach Junctions

Next time you choose to sit or lean in a coach junction area in a Delhi Metro carriage, think again as the DMRC has introduced a new advisory according to which such behaviours are not in line with public etiquette.

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