Business Standard reported that with an increasing share in the freight cargo, Indian Railways has lined up 84 projects that would cost the government INR 989.8 billion to boost coal traffic. The Prime Minister’s Office
Times of India reported that Dwarka Expressway, a project caught in an unending loop of delays for the best part of the last decade, frustrating thousands of homebuyers who invested in Gurgaon’s new sectors,
Container Corporation of India Ltd (CONCOR) flagged off its first container train with ceramic tiles and other commodities from the Morbi-Rajkot region on September 5, 2018, post its agreement with Shiv Carriers Roadways Pvt. Ltd
Financial Express reported that Eastern Peripheral Expressway: over the next 6-7 months, many new measures will be implemented on India’s first smart and green Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE) in order to control the number of accidents and road violations.
Economic Times reported that PTC India begins supply of 126 MW wind power to UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha New Delhi: Power trading solutions provider PTC India today announced that it has operationalised the flow or supply
Economic Times reported that banks, led by State Bank of India, are close to finalising resolution plans for at least half a dozen stressed power companies involving total loans of INR 50,000 crore, which could result in banks taking more than 50% haircut.
Daily Pioneer reported that roads and highways measuring a total of 950 kms would be developed under Bharatmala project in Chhattisgarh. The Central Government has already declared 290.08 kms of roads in Chhattisgarh as new national highways during 2017-18, officials informed.
Azure Power one of India’s leading independent solar power producers, announced it has won a 5 MW rooftop solar power project in a bid conducted by New & Renewable Energy Development Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Ltd.
Money Control reported that the government could divest at least 5 % of their stake in Coal India this fiscal year, which could generate about INR 88 billion, Business Standard reports.
Economic Times cited a senior Coal India executive as saying that Coal India will supply 4.65 million tonnes of coal a year for the cement industry for five years through e-auctions starting Tuesday.