The Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to the Centre, States of Rajasthan, Chattisgarh and the joint venture companies floated by the Union of India and Adani group on a PIL seeking cancellation of the coal block allotment.
With US sanctions tightening, Iran faces challenges as it looks to an isolated port in the southeast to maintain the flow of goods.
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.
This summer, there won’t be any power cuts in the state, officials said Saturday.
There will be no load-shedding in Maharashtra this year as it has adequate coal stocks for power generation, state energy minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule has said.
The US may offer higher quantities of oil and gas to India on concessional terms from its own reserves to help the country tide over Iran sanctions that propose to suck out close to 10 per cent of Indian crude imports once full scale
Having failed to attract any bidders in the last three years for coal blocks, the NDA government — keen to attract greater participation from the private sector — has now tweaked the process wherein the time period for seeking
India’s economic managers might have heaved a collective sigh of relief over Washington’s decision to exempt India and seven other nations (including Japan and China) from a complete ban on importing Iranian oil
CoC may wait till October 22 when Tata Steel’s plea challenging re-bids will come up for hearing before NCLT.
After facing stiff challenge from rival bidders, JSW Steel may finally emerge victorious in the battle for control of Bhushan Power & Steel (BPSL). Debt-ridden BPSL is facing insolvency proceedings for the past 15 month
With the prestigious Pune metro rail project facing prospects of getting delayed as one of its proposed corridors passes too close to the famous Aga Khan palace — a national monument — Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a recent review of the project
The railways had alerted the Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) about weak support beams, exposed reinforcements and even cracks on piers of the 50-year-old Majerhat Bridge in the city which collapsed Tuesday killing one person, trapping several others and crushing many vehicles.