The main theme for these quarters seems to be “winter is here, but oil bears are not hibernating.” This quote rightly speaks about the situation in oil markets. OPEC seems to have lost some its steam and its clout.
With Kerala reeling under one of the worst floods, Indian Railways on Friday sent over 2.8 lakh liter of drinking water to the state through wagons and also bottled water.
Finally overcoming many roadblocks, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal is likeley to pilot the long awaited station redevelopment proposal in the Cabinet meeting slated for Wednesday seeking involvement of the private sector in redeveloping 600 stations on an extended 99-year lease period.
A consortium comprising Tata Projects, Capicite Infraprojects and CITIC Group has been awarded a Rs 11,744 crore project for redevelopment of 90-year-old BDD chawl in Mumbai.
Heeding a PMO directive, Indian Railways has changed its earlier decision to provide escalators at a large number of stations. These will now only be provided at stations with minimum footfall of 100,000 passengers per day instead of 25,000 as previously envisaged.
KEC International (KEC) is an EPC (engineering, procurement & construction) company focused on power transmission & distribution (T&D). But the company has also gone into other business verticals, such as
India has a coastline of approximately 7,500 km and as we look to build infrastructure to boost economic growth and jobs, the one question that we must address is: Does having a long coastline matter? Or to put it another way: What advantages could its coastline provide India?
The Australian government on Sunday ruled out financing for the railway project to link the Adani Group’s proposed $12 billion Carmichael coal mine project in Australia to a port.