One can now buy eatables and cold drinks using debit or credit cards at suburban railway stations. Commuters can opt to use e-transaction instead of cash at the food stalls.
Japan today said its technologies can provide solutions for challenges being faced by India in the energy sector which offers huge opportunity for cooperation.
The repair work on 100-year-old loha pull situated at Geeta Colony has begun by the railways. The revival work costing nearly Rs 10 crore will also include repairing of two railway platforms, cycle tracks and two way roads.
Nettlinx Limited, a city-based internet infrastructure company today announced acquisition of a controlling 51 per cent stake in Sri Venkateswara Green Power Projects Limited, a firm involved in developing and implementing a viable and environmentally sustainable 12 MW power plant, a renewable energy project.
Do not be surprised if you find the local trains overcrowded and roads jam-packed on Wednesday. The Maratha morcha is expected to make travel difficult for Mumbaikars. To begin with, supporters have already arrived in the city in big numbers. Community members have arrived in the city on foot or in private vehicles by road and some even by long-distance trains.
China Defends Oil And Gas Activity In East China Sea After Japan Protests; Says Work Happening In Its Jurisdiction
China today defended its oil and gas activity in the East China Sea as occurring in areas “indisputably” under its jurisdiction, after Japanese protests stirred a longstanding dispute over the region.
The Border Security Force (BSF) which is currently replacing the sodium floodlights along the international border adjoining Pakistan will be saving 50 per cent by way of electricity bills.
Seven months after floating bids for construction of DN Nagar-Mandale Metro-2B corridor, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has hit a roadblock with the corridor still lacking a crucial nod from the Airport Authority of India (AAI)
Provident fund accounts of 3.47 lakh coal mine workers, roughly 96 per cent of the total workforce, have been linked to Aadhaar.
Global Infrastructure Hub along with Oxford Economics forecasts that India has an infrastructure investment need of $4.5 trillion by 2040, making it the second-largest infrastructure market in Asia after China. The Global Infrastructure Outlook report, released on Tuesday, states, “It is important to note that over half of the forecast infrastructure spending need to 2040 […]