Reiterating his support towards climate protection, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday described the Paris climate agreement as a “shared legacy of the world” and that it will reap long-term benefits for posterity.
Fair trade regulator CCI today rejected allegations of anti-competitive practices made against state-owned CIL with respect to spot e-auction of coal. Rejecting the complaint, Competition Commission of India (CCI) said none of the terms cited in the complaint with regard to the spot e-auction scheme of coal “appears to be unfair or discriminatory”.
Narendra Modi Russia visit: India-Russia sign pact to set up 2 units of Kudankulam Nuclear Power plant
India and Russia today agreed to strive towards building an “energy bridge” and enhance cooperation in energy sector, including nuclear, hydrocarbon and renewable sources.
Railways have decided to provide the ‘buy tickets now and pay later’ service for any Express trains, an IRCTC official said on Thursday.
The government is said to be planning to combine the state-run refiner Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd with the giant oil explorer Oil and Natural Gas Corp by December this year by selling its 51.1% stake in the former to the latter for $4.5 billion (about Rs 29,000 crore), ET Now reported citing wire reports, which in turn cited unidentified sources.
The NITI Aayog, in its Draft Three Year Action Agenda, has drawn attention to the need for a sustainable plan for solid waste management in Indian cities.
India might be playing a leadership role in bringing the world together for the International Solar Alliance, but it is struggling with the adoption of solar rooftops in its metro cities, a recent study has shown
There is a new reality in clean energy. The world’s major emerging economies including China, India, and several others are moving to the centre stage of the clean energy transition
The government on Monday reported that its specialised railways’ engineering consultancy firm RITES has recorded a 18 per cent increase in its total income for 2016-17.
Tremors of an earthquake were felt in parts of Jammu. Earlier on April 18, this year, an earthquake measuring 5.0 at the Richter scale had hit Jammu and Kashmir’ Kishtwar district.