Coal India (CIL) Sunday said its production in August fell by 10.3 per cent to 34.77 million tonnes. CIL’s production in the same month a year ago stood at 38.78 million tonnes. Coal offtake during August too contracted by 10.4 per cent to 40.47 million tonnes as compared with 45.15 million tonnes in the year-ago month
A 500-kg capacity biogas plant to convert wet waste into cooking gas and compost was inaugurated here in Sector 30 on Friday, officials said. A first in the city, the plant was set up with joint efforts of the Noida Authority and the local Resident Welfare Association (RWA), they said.
A fresh stand-off between China and Vietnam in the South China Sea (SCS) has the potential to disturb the equation between Beijing and New Delhi.
Power tariffs in Maharashtra may increase after the state Assembly elections this year. The Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) has permitted the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) to recover regulated assets worth Rs 12,000 crores.
The decision of the United States to stop issuing waivers for the purchase of Iranian oil has hurt India’s bottom line and New Delhi hopes that Washington will show similar flexibility in issues it considers important, India’s Ambassador to the US Harsh Vardhan Shringla said on Tuesday.
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.
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.
India on Thursday said that any decision on purchasing crude from Iran will be based on its commercial consideration, energy security and national interest. “There has not been much change from what I had spoken earlier.
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
Mumbai’s Western Railway is changing their marking for the ladies compartment to keep up with the changing times. Currently, it features the symbol of a woman with a ‘saree pallu’ pulled over her head.