China’s threat to impose duties on U.S. oil imports will hit a business that has soared in the last two years, and which is now worth almost $1 billion per month.
An agreement on building oil storage depots at three locations in Nepal with Chinese assistance is expected to be signed during Nepali Prime Minister KP Oli’s visit to China next week, officials at the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies said.
The ever-increasing demand for potable water is exerting tremendous stress on our existing consumable water resources. Water covers a little over 70 per cent of the earths surface
Himachal Pradesh’s plans to harness hydropower in a big way have received a jolt with investors reluctant to take up projects. The directorate of energy had invited global bids for 28 hydropower projects on a build own operate and transfer (BOOT) basis with June 19
Ending a delay of over two years, Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission (KSERC) has fixed Rs 6.17 as the tariff per unit for KSEB to purchase electricity from the proposed waste-to-energy plant at Brahmapuram.
After announcing dedicated police stations to register complaints related to power theft, the UP government is now toying with the idea of shaming non-performing power engineers by displaying their photographs in the offices of distribution companies and electricity substations.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to lift India’s economic growth rate to double digits after it recovered to a sevenquarter high of 7.7% in the March quarter, with the onus on states to do their bit to contribute to the effort while cautioning the country that the task will be challenging.
With a massive haze of dust enveloping Delhi and the pollution levels dropping to “severe” category, a green body has urged the Environment Ministry to speed up rolling out its National Clean Air Programme, which proposes multiple strategies to combat air pollution.
China’s threat to impose tariffs on U.S. crude oil, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and coal is possibly the only sign of clear thinking in the increasingly muddled escalating trade dispute with the administration of President Donald Trump.
Coal India’s pension fund, which is facing a funds crunch that has delayed payments to about 5 lakh retirees in June, is in poor health because of gross mismanagement and blatant violation of investment norms, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India had pointed out in its last report on the matter.