Citizens of the Cuncolim constituency have planned an agitation on Saturday opposite the Cuncolim petrol pump to protest the frequent power disruptions. Local MLA Clafasio Dias has offered his support to the protest, which will begin at 9.30am.
National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has awarded the Rs 332 crore project for the design and construction of the Sabarmati Terminal for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail to B L Kashyap & Sons Limited, one of the leading construction, infrastructure, and civil engineering companies in the country,
The Yogi Adityanath led Uttar Pradesh state government has announced the installation of pre-paid electricity metres in the official residences of government ministers, legislators and officials to henceforth check the non-payment of dues.
Indian Railways has introduced a new OTP-based refund system for tickets booked through authorized railway ticketing agents, with the new system to be implemented by Indian Railways PSU, Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC), a government press release said.
The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh will now install pre-paid power meters in the official residences of all ministers, legislators and officials in order to check non-payment of electricity dues.
A 700 mega watt (MW) nuclear power plant which is being constructed in Gorakhpur village in Fatehabad District of Haryana is reportedly being delayed due to intervention of some Foreign-funded non-government organisations (NGOs), who are trying to ‘sabotage’ the project,
As Chief Minister (CM) Arvind Kejriwal’s scheme to provide free transport to women in public buses comes into force after 31 October, the public transport in Delhi received a major shot in the arm with new 104 CNG-run buses being flagged off yesterday (15 October), reports Asian News International (ANI).
The 9 km-long Chenani-Nashri tunnel, the longest such state of art tunnel in the country, connecting Udhampur to Ramban in Jammu has officially been renamed as ‘Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee Tunnel’ in a ceremony today (24 October).
The Indian Railways is set to cut down the staff strength of its board from 200 to about 150 by transferring about five director-level officials and above to zonal railways to increase efficiency, reports Hindustan Times.