As part of the Rs 22,594 crore mega expansion project, North East India’s largest refiner, Numaligarh Refinery Ltd (NRL), will ramp up its headcount by over 62 per cent in the next four years, it’s Managing Director SK Barua said.
Mobility of trains between Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna and Cantonment railway stations received a major push on Friday following the commissioning of automatic signalling along this 4.4km stretch. This means that double the number of trains can be pushed between these stations now.
The Indian Railways which is planning an ambitious high-speed rail services in the country has sent a batch of 41 officers to China for training. The 41 officers, including 3 from East Central Railway (ECR) of Bihar
About 70 percent of berths and seats added in the trains across the country in the last five years are in the air-conditioned classes, revealed the data sourced by ‘Express’ through RTI.
‘Submit daily reports on letters of credits or face regulation’, Ministry of Power raps Odisha’s power loading centres
Taking a tough stand on States defaulting payment of power bill to central generating stations and delay in offering letters of credit (LC) as payment security mechanism under power purchase agreements (PPA), the Ministry of Power has asked the State load despatch centre (SLDC) to comply with the direction issued earlier for power regulation.
There is a spring in the step of the Jagan Reddy government following the Diplomatic Outreach programme it co-hosted with the external affairs ministry last Friday. Gushing about big ticket investments from the UK to South Korea, it has been patting itself on the back for an impressive show.
India’s fuel consumption fell across the board during the first quarter of the fiscal year 2019-20, as a slowing economy took its toll on industrial activity. While petrol and diesel consumption did record an increase,
India’s public sector oil marketing companies — IOC, BPCL and HPCL — have decided to set up close to 80,000 fuel retail outlets in the next three years as part of the biggest-ever expansion of their fuel retail network.
Contrary to the belief that signing power purchase agreements (PPAs) with reliable counterparts such as Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) and National Thermal Power Corporation of India (NTPC) is better than having PPAs with discoms directly, this might not be the case, say sector analysts.
The target for completion of the Rs 3,500-crore Maduravoyal-Chennai Port six-lane elevated corridor project is 2024, but the project whose detailed project report (DPR) has been finalised is yet to take off due to pending issues