The Indian Railways, with an aim to increase the efficiency of production, has decided to bring all its production units and associated workshops under one government entity.
Auditors Deloitte Haskins & Sells and the KPMG affiliate BSR Associates, who are under fire for their alleged laps in the IL&FS scam, Friday questioned the justification for the corporate affairs ministry’s demand to seek a five-year ban on them.
While Bangalore Electricity Supply Company works on solar power and electric vehicle charging as two separate projects, they are for the first time combining the two to see how solar power generated at the agency’s corporate office can charge electric vehicles.
Two former IL&FS executives arrested by the Enforcement Directorate for their alleged roles money laundering for the crisis-hit lending firm, were Thursday remanded to six-day custody of the central agency.
The government plan to more than double the number of petrol pumps in the country does not make economic sense as more number of outlets would only cut into each other’s sale, leading to some unprofitable, Crisil Research said in a report Thursday.
The recent crackdown by the Railway Protection Force (RPF) against sale of railway tickets in black across the country that resulted in 387 touts being booked across 141 cities has thrown up a startling disclosure.
ONGC Videsh Ltd., along with its Indian and foreign partners, has announced that it will invest around $20 billion to construct a gas liquefaction and export terminal in the African nation of Mozambique
State-run oil marketing company Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has lined up investments worth Rs 1,300 crore over the next two years to be made in the state of West Bengal, with a majority of the funds to be used for green initiatives.
The railways plans to bring down by five hours the travel time between the busy Delhi-Howrah and Delhi-Mumbai routes with an investment of about Rs 14,000 crore in infrastructure over the next four years.
Customers may soon be able to purchase petrol and diesel in supermarkets other than the regular fueling stations, sources told Zee Media. The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas may soon come up with a Cabinet note that will help in easing existing norms