Amid uncertainty over the continuance of the Indo-Pak train services after Pakistan downgraded its ties with India, 103 Pakistanis reached here on Sunday on Thar Express while 81 Indians left for the neighbouring country a day earlier, testifying to the strength of the people-to-people links between the two hostile neighbours.
Foreign energy giants such as Saudi Aramco, Total and Trafigura could soon enter the Indian market with a major upcoming reform that the government is reportedly planning in fuel marketing.
Coal Utilisation Won’t Decrease in India’s Energy Mix, Strict Emission Norms for Power Plants Needed to Save Lives
After the Central Electricity Authority’s (CEA) announcement last month that coal will still account for half of the country’s total electricity generation by 2030 despite a major push by the government toward renewable energy sector, experts have again emphasised upon the urgency to enforce stricter emission standards.
India’s state-run Hindustan Petroleum Corp plans to shut some secondary units at its Mumbai and Vizag refineries in the current fiscal year in order to be able sell Euro-VI compliant fuel from April, its chairman MK Surana said on Wednesday.
A ‘high alert’ has been sounded in the Delhi metro network in the wake of the developments related to Kashmir and the forthcoming Independence Day celebrations, officials said on Monday. A fresh advisory has been issued, over an existing one
‘Panic Stocking’ Leads to Fuel Shortage in Anantnag; DM Prohibits Sale of Petrol, Diesel Without His Permission
Amid heightened terror threat and flare up of hostilities with Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC), the Anantnag district magistrate on Sunday announced that sale of petrol and diesel in the district will only take place after seeking permission from DM’s office.
A passenger train was cancelled and the departure of two others bound for Chennai from this holy island indefinitely delayed on Friday in view of strong wind conditions in the Pamban Sea, officials said.
After Meghalaya’s Claims of 32 Lakh Metric Ton Coal, NGT Seeks Details of Mine Owner, Location, Stock
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Meghalaya government to furnish details on its claim that the state has over 32 lakh metric ton of coal. A three-member committee headed by retired JUstice BP Katakey has asked for the name of the mine owners,
Private Insurance Firms Got Rs 46 Crore Premium In Two Years, Paid Rs 7 Crore In Claims To Railway Passengers, Reveals RTI
Private insurance companies received a premium of around Rs 46 crore in the last two years from Indian Railways and its passengers while making a payout of only Rs seven crore in claims under the national transporter’s travel insurance scheme, an RTI has found.
For Defaulter Bhushan Power, Fraud Charges by PNB, Allahabad Bank Couldn’t Have Come at a Worse Time
The resolution of yet another mega corporate loan defaulter, Bhushan Power & Steel Ltd (BPSL), is in doldrums and it is entirely possible that the panoply of lenders, which was hopeful of getting back at least a part of their money sunk in this steel maker, may remain empty handed.