New payment setup positive for discoms

New payment setup positive for discoms

The Union Power Ministry’s recent directive on the payment security mechanism, once implemented, is expected to result in an improved payment pattern from the discoms and would therefore certainly be positive for power generation companies.

Rail Officials Get First Hand Experience Of Public Woes

Rail Officials Get First Hand Experience Of Public Woes

Smelly toilets, insufficient staff, broken seat handles in AC chair car, leaking roof on platforms were some of the things that general manager, north eastern railway, Rajeev Agarwal, found during his travel in the Intercity Express on Saturday.

Railways launches ‘go green’ initiatives

Railways launches ‘go green’ initiatives

rom cutting down on fuel consumption, to launching massive afforestation drive along the railway tracks, installation of LED lights and introduction of bio-toilets on coaches to ensure zero discharge of human waste on tracks

Vedanta bids for 30 oil and gas blocks

Vedanta bids for 30 oil and gas blocks

Mining major Vedanta put as many as 30 bids even as Reliance Industries and its British partner BP Plc made their first joint bid for an oil and gas exploration acreage for the 32 blocks up for auction in latest licensing round.

Polls bring solar bids to a halt

Polls bring solar bids to a halt

The ongoing general elections seem to have taken its toll on the country’s solar sector. In what is seen as a new low in the India’s domestic solar sector, not a single solar auction was conducted in April 2019.

India likely to import more oil from Saudi Arabia

India likely to import more oil from Saudi Arabia

With the US deadline — to all countries to reduce Iranian oil imports to zero or else face sanctions — expiring on Thursday, India will be relying on additional suppliers of oil based a on a “robust plan” put in place by the petroleum ministry, the ministry of external affairs (MEA) said on Thursday evening.

Chabahar port key for Iran to beat tough US sanctions

With US sanctions tightening, Iran faces challenges as it looks to an isolated port in the southeast to maintain the flow of goods.

Chabahar port key for Iran to beat tough US sanctions

With the web of US sanctions tightening, Iran faces a host of challenges as it looks to an isolated port in the country’s far southeast to maintain the flow of goods.

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