Petrol prices hit Rs 76.13/litre in Delhi

Petrol prices hit Rs 76.13/litre in Delhi

Fuel prices across the four metro cities rose for the fourth straight day on Sunday caused by hardening of crude rates. due to resumption of US sanctions on Iran, after they had been declining for over a month. Petrol prices in Delhi rose to Rs 76.13 per litre on Sunday, according to data on state-run Indian Oil Corp’s website.

For Infra Projects, Need To Attract Both Big And Small Investors

For Infra Projects, Need To Attract Both Big And Small Investors

As large institutional investors with operational capacities plough money into Indian infrastructure, it is important that we also keep an eye on attracting the relatively small, non-operating investors as well. Mobilising capital from a variety of sources will be important for India to bridge the infrastructure gap.

Ola, Uber Strike Hits Mumbai Commuters

Ola, Uber Strike Hits Mumbai Commuters

Lakhs of Mumbai commuters were severely hit as more than 80,000 drivers of aggregator cabs like Ola and Uber went on strike here on Monday, an official said.

Indian Solar Sector Has Massive Potential: Nimray Solar Chief

Indian Solar Sector Has Massive Potential: Nimray Solar Chief

The Indian solar energy market is rising at lightning fast speed, but lack of standardization, a disorganized market and lack of customer awareness are major challenges facing the industry, said Ajay Singh, Founder & President of Nimray-Solar, in an exclusive interview with SME Times.

PM Opens New Rail Track To Cut Bengaluru-Delhi Travel Time

PM Opens New Rail Track To Cut Bengaluru-Delhi Travel Time

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday dedicated the 110 km railway track from Bidar to Kalaburgi in Karnataka, which will reduce distance from Bengaluru to New Delhi and upcountry destinations by 380km and save 6-8 hours of travelling time.

PPMAI Hails Introduction Of ‘Make In India’ LHB Coaches

PPMAI Hails Introduction Of ‘Make In India’ LHB Coaches

The Process Plant and Machinery Association of India (PPMAI), the apex body of capital goods manufacturers has welcomed introduction of Linke Hofmann Busch (LHB) coaches which are considered safer, lighter and paint free with longest maintenance free life by Indian railways recently.

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