The Indian Railways has always endeavored to improve and innovate its services to provide satisfactory experience and world-class amenities to millions of passengers every day.
The International Solar Alliance (ISA), PM Modi’s bid to bring over 121 solar energy-rich countries under a single umbrella, has been in the works for the past two years.
UK’s top funding agency the Global Challenges Research Fund of the Research Councils UK (RCUK), has included India among several countries which would receive financial assistance worth 225 million pounds.
Strong threats from China have led Vietnam to reportedly end a gas-drilling expedition in a disputed area of the South China Sea.
The Indian Railways has been focusing much on improving services. This time, its eyes are on the dismal state of toilets and facilities for the differently-abled. In fact, it is designing an entirely new toilet system, to be launched on the E5 Shinkansen series bullet trains. Read More… Credits : Energy World
With the intention of promoting clean energy, power giant National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) forayed into the new business of setting up electric vehicle charging stations in Delhi and Noida.
Three countries, Ivory Coast, Somalia and Ghana signed up for the International Solar Alliance, on the sidelines of the African Development Bank’s annual meeting held in Gandhinagar, taking the total number of signatories to 31.
Modi’s much-touted “Make in India” initiative is reportedly yielding positive results.
After taking a step back from China’s new Silk Road initiative announced by Xi Jinping, India has decided to use its energy diplomacy to create interdependent relationships in its neighbourhood
India moved up to the 26th spot in the global electricity accessibility rankings of the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business index.