Maintaining a stable-to-negative outlook on the power sector for FY20, India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has observed that resolution of private sector stress may take longer than expected.
Coal India Limited has supplied 389.63 million tonne of coal to the power sector during current year (up to January 22, 2019) registering a growth of 8 per cent over the same period last year.
Regulatory hurdles at the State level create trouble for the Centre in meeting its ambitious coal mine auction targets. During the coal mine auctions, it was promised that for operational mines,
Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra on Tuesday said India is one of the few countries that is moving on track to meet the Paris commitments on fighting climate change.
British oil firm Cairn Energy on Tuesday said an international arbitration tribunal is in the process of drafting a final award in its challenge to the Indian government using retrospective legislation to seek Rs 10,247 crore in taxes.
Agitations and loan waivers have brought the economics of agriculture in focus. Much of the discussion is about minimum support price, farmers’ net incomes and debt repayment capacities.
India would fall short of the government’s target of achieving 175 GW of solar capacity by 2022, city-based think tank Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) said on Monday.
Full-fledged Indian exports to Iran are expected to resume with the UCO Bank activating the rupee payment mechanism to circumvent US-imposed sanctions against the Islamic nation.
Methanol (M-15) blended with petrol and used in the existing BS-IV standard cars reduces carbon dioxide emission, a study conducted by Pune-based Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) has shown.
Oil drilling rig ‘Badrinath’ — owned by bankrupt fleet owner GOL Offshore Ltd — has been sold for scrap by an admiralty court in Mumbai for ₹9.01 crore in a case that demonstrates the pitfalls associated with disposal of vessels during liquidation of shipping firms.