An ongoing tender for solar rooftop power has seen tariffs plunge to record lows with the Power Grid Corporation in Madhya Pradesh expected to purchase power at Rs 1.58 a kilowatt per hour (unit).
With Integrated Terminal For Bullet Train And Indian Railways Set To Come Up, Ahmedabad Metro Set To Start Trials In January
The northern terminal of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail (HSR) corridor, also known as the Bullet Train in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, will be linked to the existing Ahmedabad Junction railway station and the upcoming Kalupur metro station, reports The Times of India.
In the fight against the rising global temperatures and change in climate patterns, countries must inculcate both short-term and long-term solutions.
24 state and centre-run electricity generation units with higher coal stocks have been asked to produce more electricity to meet shortfall of other power units which are facing shortage of coal supplies, Economic Times has reported.
Under its Adarsh Station scheme, the Indian Railways has listed a total of 1,253 stations across the country.
Hyderabad Metro Sees Daily Ridership Cross 1.5 Lakh, Passengers Now Shifting From Tokens To Smart Cards
The Hyderabad Metro has reported a surge in its daily ridership which had set its earlier record at 92,000 passengers per day. Larsen and Toubro Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (L&T HMRL)
Nine of 44 economic corridors planned by the Central government across the country will soon be linked by expressways, Business Standard has reported. This will lead to seamless trade across these economic corridors, thereby saving cost, time and fuel.
#MakeInIndia: Mumbai’s First Underground Metro Line Will Get Driverless Trains Manufactured Domestically
The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC), a joint venture between the Centre and Maharashtra to build and operate the capital city’s first underground metro corridor has selected French rail manufacturer Alstom to supply the coaches for the line.
India will decide on importing crude oil from Iran based on national interest, reported Livemint quoting a source.
Days after the Namma Metro in Bengaluru increased the number of coaches on its Purple Line from three to six