Petrol prices were revised by around 10-11 paise per litre on Monday, May 27, while diesel rates were kept unchanged. Price of petrol was revised to ₹71.77 per litre in Delhi and ₹77.38 per litre in Mumbai,
Two new key appointments in the Indian Railways have come under the scanner as the officers selected for these senior positions don’t seem to meet the hiring rules.
Late announcement of the polls by the Election Commission of India enabled Prime Minister Narendra Modi to flag off two Metro Rail systems in Ahmedabad and Nagpur in March. But in both the cities, the Metro Rail system has drawn criticism from the peopl
The Narendra Modi government has asked India’s oil companies to stop the purchase of Venezuelan crude, amid US’ sanctions on the administration of President Nicolas Maduro.
After ruining the country’s small and medium enterprises through demonetisation and the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the central government is now hell-bent upon destroying Navaratna companies of the country.
From its office in Paris, out of sight of the drama of US President Donald Trump’s European adventure, the International Energy Agency’s Oil Market Report makes for sober reading.
As 2019 elections loom large, the government is trying to fast track the implementation of several important infrastructure development projects with India’s neighbours.
Union Minister of State for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), Dr. Jitendra Singh has asserted that India’s “Act East” policy is crucial to entire South East Asia.
Three years ago, all countries of the world adopted 17 ambitious policy goals to end poverty, protect the planet, promote gender equality, or ensure prosperity, as part of the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda, and vowed to achieve specific targets by 2030.
Uttar Pradesh is heading towards a big power crisis as the threat of closure of state-run coal-fired thermal power plants looms large following tough environmental norms for curbing carbon emission enforced by the Ministry of Environment and Forests.