The suburban rail project may see trains being operated through a private party after the suggestion made it to the revised detailed project report. As per the plan, the suburban rail project will have a 148-km network in the city with 57 stations.
A cash-strapped Centre is pressing ahead with its stake-sale plan in five PSUs, but it is moot if minority shareholders of oil marketing company Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) will partake of the expected big gains.
The country’s first private train has contravened the Railways Act, 1989, since the Central government is the competent authority to decide on tariff and not the IRCTC, say top railway officials.
Kochi Refinery-Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) is all set to commission its premier petrochemical venture called Propylene Derivatives Petrochemical Project (PDPP), which was set up at a cost of ₹5,246 crore.
Consulting rooms ulnder 200 sq.ft. of professionals such as lawyers, doctors, and chartered accountants, which are attached to their residences, will attract power tariff under domestic category and if they exceed 200 sq.ft. will attract commercial tariff
The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) has launched a project to add 1,000 megawatt peak (MWp) of solar power to its grid by 2022.
A fuse malfunction triggered the smoke alarm in Train No 22672 Madurai-Chennai Egmore Tejas Express near Tiruchi on Tuesday, causing panic among passengers. The smoke was brought under control and no person was injured
The Tamil Nadu Electricity and Regulatory Commission (TNERC) has approved an increase in certain miscellaneous charges collected by the Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (Tangedco), which will have an impact on new as well as existing consumers.
In a small brick room near platform number one at the defunct Anna Nagar railway station, two police personnel attached to the Railway Protection Force look busy. While one of them is peering into the computer screen, the other checks the entries in the register.
The power distribution companies (DISCOMs) are in the process of approaching the Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (APERC) with a plea to accord permission for a review of the wind and solar Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)