The Union Budget 2018 was extremely balanced and announced schemes in support to the domestic manufacturing sector. However the effect of the initiatives was dampened without any supporting policies and initiatives for domestic solar manufacturing in the country.
Asserting that jurisdiction issues, at times, cause harassment to people, Home Minister Rajnath Singh Wednesday asked the railway ministry to start a facility by which passengers can file FIRs online. “There is no facility for a passenger to file an FIR online.
The United States will grant no more waivers for Iranian oil after the reimposition of US sanctions, the US special representative for Iran said on Saturday, underlining Washington’s push to choke off Tehran’s sources of income.
The country will have to wait longer for its first engine-less semi-high speed train. The indigenously-built Train 18, which was set to be launched on December 25, has reportedly been delayed yet again due to an interdepartmental
Union Minster Nitin Gadkari will lay foundation stone of eleven projects for Yamuna Rejuvenation under Namami Gange Programme in New Delhi on Thursday.
Engineering behemoth Larsen & Toubro (L&T) owned supercritical power plant at Nabha in Punjab, which is facing shortage of thermal coal in running the plant and shut down of one of its 700 megawatt (MW) unit in mid-2018
The Delhi Metro network is going to get more intricate by the end of the month with operations starting in three new corridors. The combined length of the corridors of 50 km will finally mark the completion of Delhi Metro’s Phase III project.
There will also be a host of safety features including signalling, door control and train management systems along with modern surveillance gadgets on board.
In what will go down as a milestone, for the first time Indian Railways will manufacture metro rail coaches at its Rae Bareli factory. It will be done under the Make in India scheme, an official said.
After almost a decade of stagnancy due to issues like environmental concerns, huge costs and viability issues, hydro power generation may soon see a revival.
In the first clear indication of India’s willingness to continue trade with Iran despite US sanctions, state refiners have contracted import of 1.25 million tonnes of crude oil from the Persian Gulf nation and is preparing to replace dollar payments with rupee trade.