To increase standardisation and bring modularity in building atomic power reactors, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited or NPCIL is going for fleet mode construction for future projects, Department of Atomic Energy Secretary KN Vyas said on Friday.
The oil sector seems to be latest addition to the list of sectors facing stress due to the ongoing economic slowdown. For the first time in many months, both oil demand and imports have witnessed a sharp fall indicating that poor health of the economy has now begun impacting a sector where the country relies a lot on imports.
The government is getting ready to invite top global oil and gas giants to bid for its stake in Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL). The petroleum ministry is expected to approach multinational companies and their investment bankers after the Union cabinet clears strategic disinvestment of the first set of companies — which includes BPCL.
India’s commitment to fight the global challenge of climate change is “bold” and one of the best among the community of nations, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said. Interacting with global investors at the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund here on Wednesday
Petrol and diesel prices remained unchanged on Thursday, marking a second straight pause in rates. With effect from 6 am on Thursday, October 17, the price of petrol was Rs. 73.27 per litre in Delhi and Rs. 78.88 per litre in Mumbai
The Thane-Bhiwandi-Kalyan Metro Line 5 project might hit a roadblock as over 100 families have opposed the proposal to construct a car shed on their land at Govegaon near Kalyan-Bhiwandi road in Maharashtra.
The East Coast Railway (ECoR) has decided to run a direct special train between Visakhapatnam and Subedarganj (Prayagraj) to clear additional rush of passengers during the Puja and winter vacations.
Vande Bharat Express on Delhi-Katra route was flagged off today by Home Minister Amit Shah who called it a “big gift” for Jammu and Kashmir’s development and for promoting religious tourism. “I’m proud that this made-in-India train is being flagged-off from here today.
Non-subsidised LPG or cooking gas prices were increased with effect from October 1, 2019. That marked a second straight monthly hike in the prices. The rise in the non-subsidised prices of LPG was to the tune of Rs. 12.5-15 per cylinder of 14.2 kilograms in Delhi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the UN General Assembly today highlighted India’s big contribution to fighting climate change despite being one of the lowest emitters of carbon emissions. “