Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) gained around Rs 248 crore from the exchange rate fluctuation during the fourth quarter, says its chairman and managing director M K Surana in an interview with Swati Khandelwal.
Normal services on Delhi Metro’s Yellow Line from Samaypur Badli to HUDA City Centre were disrupted on Tuesday due to a technical glitch, affecting thousands of passengers.
Auto companies’ decision to end production of deisel cars won’t impact the sales mix at Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) as maximum diesel is consumed by heavy vehicles. Also, sanctions on Iran and Venezuela and lower crude oil production from Nigeria and Libya
Power generation through renewable sources saved the day for India with conventional capacity additions falling short during fiscal 2019. A total of around 12 gigawatt (gw) of generating capacity was added across the country through various energy segments.
In view of the safety of women commuters, Western Railway (WR) will install ‘talk back’ facility inside First Class and Ladies compartment on 72 trains — 70 per cent of its total fleet. Talk back facility enables women commuters to speak to motorman and guard in case of an emergency.
India has done what any other country in election mode would have done — postpone a very sticky decision for another day. This week, Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif came to New Delhi on an unscheduled visit with the most onerous task at hand,
It seems that the railways have learnt a lesson from the last monsoon when Mumbai was cut-off from Gujarat and Delhi for three days due to excessive flooding on the water tracks. To better rain prediction Bhayander station will get a rain gauge.
Get ready to pay more for CNG and domestic PNG, as gas companies are set to hike prices by 3-4% in the very near future, two industry officials said.
The coal fields burning underground in Jharkhand’s Jharia for over 100 years have proved disastrous for the residents. Besides the obvious health issues, in face of toxic air releasing from the burning coal fields, faced by the locals
A nation into election mode at a time of rising temperature might put pressure on power generating companies as coal output has risen by just 1% and supplies by 2.6% in April. Coal India’s production has gone up 1% to 45.29 million tonne (mt) in the month when peak power demand touched 9%.