Train 18, India’s first “engine-less” train designed to run at a speed of 160 km per hour, expected to replace the existing fleet of inter-city Shatabdi Express trains, will be rolled out of the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) here in the first week of October.
India will early next month allot a new site in Andhra Pradesh to Russia to build yet another atomic power project, as preliminary works for the last two units of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) in Tamil Nadu already commenced.
Despite the prices of petrol and diesel hitting the roof, the government on Saturday appeared in no mood to take any step to soften their impact on the common man.
Karnataka on Thursday became the fourth Indian state to get an energy calculator developed by the UK. Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy launched the Karnataka State Energy Calculator 2050, a first-of-its-kind web-enabled tool that promises to help the government attain energy security and, plan projects in the sector.
A one-dimensional view of the controversy over the future of India-Iran energy cooperation creates misconceptions. The narrative is that Washington has posed an existential choice.
Oil supply from Iran may emerge as an area contention between India and the US after US Permanent Representative to the UN Nikki Haley claimed India recognised the security threats from Iran but had logistical constraints to deal with.
Public sector undertaking Gas Authority of India (GAIL), will be setting up 20 compressed natural gas (CNG) retail stations across Bengaluru for refueling vehicles.
India is set to miss a December deadline to acquire land for a Japan-backed $17 billion bullet train project following protests by fruit growers, government officials said, likely delaying one of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s most ambitious projects.
The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) on Wednesday allowed Vedanta Ltd to make an upfront payment of Rs 5,320 crore to lenders for acquisition of Electrosteel Steels.
French energy management and automation solutions giant Schneider Electric and Singaporean sovereign wealth fund Temasek Holdings on Tuesday snapped up engineering major Larsen & Toubro’s electrical and automation (E&A) business for Rs 14,000 crore in an all-cash deal.