The Indian Railways has made train travel easy for foreign nationals and NRIs by offering confirmed accommodation in upper classes of all trains one year in advance.
A total of 1,043 Delhiites signed the pledge after Greenpeace launched the awareness campaign on World Environment Day on June 5.
With deficient infrastructure severely hurting the competitiveness of India’s exports, the Centre – for the first time under a new scheme launched in March to address the problem — has given its approval for three proposals including one to establish an Integrated Cargo Terminal (ICT) at the Imphal International Airport.
Nearly 100 homes in Uttar Pradesh’s Sarvantara village have been electrified, thanks to an initiative by a student from the UK’s prestigious Imperial College.
“We are drawing up a new power allotment formula under which maximum power from Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project 3 and 4 units will be for TN,” Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal has said.
Qatar’s exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Japan, India, South Korea and China have not been affected by a boycott of Doha by four Arab states, Energy Minister Mohammed al-Sada said in a statement on Monday.
An interesting memory of the first MD of Cochin Refinery, American John W Loy, is of him trying to balance a basket full of gravel on his head, so intrigued and attracted was he by the expertise of women doing so on the work site at Ambalamugal.
Come August 1, traffic violations would accrue penalty points that would eventually result in licence suspension, the police informed here on Tuesday.
Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Monday described the recent the killing of Junaid Khan at the Ballabhgarh railway station in Haryana, by a frenzied mob, as a State law and order issue.
If you travel on the Western Railway suburban line, you will observe that repair work is in full swing in station toilets. Much of the credit for this must go to Meena Kaura, an activist from Santacruz.