India oil sites more at risk than Saudi’s

India oil sites more at risk than Saudi’s

India has another niggling worry: it stems from the drone attack on the Aramco refinery in Saudi Arabia. The country must factor in imponderables involved in the drone attack to lay a realistic security blueprint for industrial installations on the western coast.

Why FinMin is opposing BPCL divestment to IOC

Why FinMin is opposing BPCL divestment to IOC

In what may become a u-turn to the government’s plan of selling its entire stake in BPCL for Rs 40,000 crore to Indian Oil corp (IOC), it is learnt that the finance ministry has raised objection on government’s stake sale, as it can create a monopoly in the oil marketing business in India.

Mumbai: Signal failure sends Western Railway trains for a toss

Mumbai: Signal failure sends Western Railway trains for a toss

Thousands of commuters suffered inconvenience during rush hour after local train services were disrupted on Western Railway (WR) due to signal failure reported at Goregaon railway station on Wednesday morning. According to railway officials, train services were affected for about 45 minutes and nearly 50 services were cancelled.

Tamil Nadu: 2 trains run on same track, 3 railway staff suspended for ignoring safety protocol

Tamil Nadu: 2 trains run on same track, 3 railway staff suspended for ignoring safety protocol

Three Railway staff have been placed under suspension for ignoring safety protocol in giving line clearance and negligence which led to two trains running on the same track here, officials said on Friday. Those suspended were the station masters of Kallikudi and Tirumangalam Railway stations, Beem Singh Meena and Jayakumar, respectively, and Controller Muruganandham, all from the Madurai division.

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