Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani today said train accidents had decreased by 40 per cent in the country and over 1.25 lakh people were being appointed to the railways’ safety department.
India has recorded 45 per cent jump in the number of petrol pumps in the last six years, possibly the highest growth rate in the world, as public and private sector firms jostled to capture retailing sites.
India needs to build a storage system for electricity from its fast-expanding solar network in a bid to balance cost-effective energy mix, according to a senior researcher.
India and the UK will sign a pact soon for cooperation in policy planning, technology transfer and institutional organisation in the urban transport sector, the government said today.
Tata Power Solar said today that it has commissioned India’s first solar carport on the rooftop of mall in the national capital.
The railways has registered savings of Rs 5,636 crore in power bills from April 2015 to October 2017, the transport behemoth said today.
The Madhya Pradesh Government today said it would decide on bringing petroleum products under the Goods and Services Tax after considering its impact on the reveune.
The Delhi High Court today refrained from granting an interim stay on the probe into an FIR against RIL and others, including two former UPA ministers, for alleged irregularities in raising the price of gas from the KG-6 basin.
Ultra-clean Euro-VI grade petrol and diesel, sourced from refineries in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab, will be supplied in the national capital from next April in a bid to combat alarming levels of air pollution.
Power Ministry is not mulling any amendment in laws for passing on the cost of retrofitting coal based-power plant to consumers, a top government official said today.