India, the world’s fastest growing oil consumer, is bucking an emerging market trend of populist measures to curb surging oil prices.
The big bright spot for U.S. coal miners is located halfway around the world. India almost tripled its imports of the rock from America in the first quarter from a year earlier, helping fuel its fast-growing economy and making it the largest foreign buyer of U.S. coal, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Less than a year to go for the 2019 parliamentary polls, the Modi government has hit election mode, with the Prime Minister’s Office asking all ministries to furnish state-wise details of projects that would be ready for foundation stone laying or inauguration over the next six months till December 31.
An amazing aspect of the recent re-acceleration in India’s economic growth is that it has occurred despite several significant headwinds — a monumental transition to the goods and services tax (GST)
Passengers planning to travel by train will greatly benefit from Railyatri, a travel start-up which has added a new feature of rush-o-meter that predicts how fast confirmed tickets for every train get sold out.
Indian Railways is all set to establish its footprint in Sri Lanka with the export of six DMU (diesel multiple units) train sets consisting of 78 modern coaches worth Rs 600 crore.
The world’s fastest growing crude consumer has a warning for OPEC: Start reducing prices, or waning demand will mean a curb in purchases from the crude cartel.
Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar plans to sell its entire 17.51 per cent stake in the group firm Lalitpur Power Generation Company Ltd (LPGCL), estimated to be worth Rs 1,100 crore.
India will soon join the Rooppur Nuclear Power Project in Bangladesh as a sub-contractor, following an India-Russia-Bangladesh trilateral pact for the initiative enabling Indian companies to take part in tenders for construction and installation works.
Diversified metals and mining group Vedanta will team up with international miner Anglo American to bid for coal mines in India for the next auctions, chairman Anil Agarwal told ET in an interaction on Monday.