Global trading and distribution company Tata International is in talks with infrastructure equipment giants including Larsen and Turbo (L&T) for distribution of their infrastructure equipment material in the African continent, said a top executive.
Insider trading case: SEBI bans Reliance Industries, 12 others from equity derivative market for 1 year
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Friday barred Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), the country’s second most valued firm, and 12 other entities from dealing in equity derivatives futures and options segment for a period of one year, directly or indirectly, for allegedly indulging in fraudulent trades in Reliance Petroleum in 2007.
The oil ministry has launched an online grievance redressal platform to help resolve the problems of fuel consumers within 48 hours.
KEI-RSOS Petroleum & Energy, which currently operates five marginal gas fields in the KG Basin and markets the gas to industries, announced securing two oil and gas blocks in the KG Basin from the union petroleum and natural gas ministry.
Rural Electrification Corp on Friday said it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Damodar Valley Corp (DVC)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi, considered the spiritual capital of India, will soon be getting on the international diplomacy map
India’s top financial institution LIC wants its pound of flesh before it gives the green signal to the $13-billion Essar-Rosneft deal which would be the largest inflow of foreign direct investment into the country
India’s longest highway tunnel at Chenani Nashri, between Udhampur and Ramban in Jammu & Kashmir is all set to be inaugurated by prime minister Narendra Modi on April 2.
Oil prices were nearly unchanged last week as the Opec and IEA monthly reports gave mixed set of signals. While the compliance to output cuts has been nearly 100 per cent from the Opec side, relative non-compliance of Non-Opec coupled with steadily climbing US production is keeping prices under pressure.
Delhi’s Rail Bhawan will witness some construction work in the next few weeks. A contract has been awarded to build a 125 sq m prefabricated office on a third-floor terrace not far from the cabins of the members and chairman of the Railway Board — the highest decision making body of the Indian Railways (IR).