Travelling in a private two bedroom, lounge, kitchen and toilet setup aboard a train could soon be a reality with the Railways exploring ways to facilitate such luxurious journeys.
Natural gas and aviation turbine fuel (ATF) may soon come under the Goods and Services Tax (GST), while real-estate, petrol, diesel and electricity will take more time, ET Now reported quoting unidentified government sources.
The first unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNP) was shut down in June 2015 for refuelling for the first time after generating about 6,875 million units of electricity, the government today said.
Delhi Fog: 14 Trains Cancelled, 60 Delayed, Flights Schedule Affected As Winter Intensifies In National Capital
As cold wave continues to grip Delhi-NCR on Thursday morning, trains and flight schedule has adversely been affected by the low visibility.
A high-powered committee chaired by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will look into the issues plaguing stuck shipping projects worth up to Rs 20,000 crore, Union minister Nitin Gadkari said today.
Punjab has become the latest state in the country to boast of CNG supplies after the government approved licensee, Jay Madhok Energy, commissioned a CNG outlet in Jalandhar and plans to start the same in Ludhiana by March.
Budget 2018: Here Is How FM Arun Jaitley Can Fulfill PM Modi’s Target Of Generating More Renewable Energy
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has time to time asserted that India needs to rely more on renewable energy. The FICCI wants that the current tax exemptions provided to the renewable energy sector should be continued under the GST regime as well to achieve this target.
From a low of $48 in August 2015 to $62 this week, the 30% rise in crude prices has sent alarm bells ringing for the country’s economy.
The country’s renewable energy capacity stood at 62.05 GW by November 2017, which includes 32.75 GW of wind energy and 16.61GW of solar power, Parliament was informed today.
Crude Oil Price Inches Towards $70 To Add To Modi’s Headache Amid Mounting Fiscal Concerns On Other Fronts
In April 2016, the Brent Crude Oil price was just $38.99 per barrel. In one year and eight months, the oil price rose to $67.12 a barrel and is inching towards $70 per barrel, which is also becoming a cause of concern for the government.