Bullish on future prospects for the electric vehicles in the country, Steel Minster Birender Singh on Friday asked state-owned MOIL to make significant contribution to the Centre’s ‘Make in India’ programme by developing technology to meet manganese requirement for batteries to be used in electric vehicles
The Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has launched a pilot scheme for the promotion of large-scale grid-connected roof-top solar PV projects in Raipur city, officials said.
The Government’s rural electrification drive has not improved the situation ‘appreciably’ as many households in electrified villages continue to live without power, a recent Niti Aayog report said.
NMDC Ltd has recorded production of 3.66 million tonnes of iron ore from its mines in Chhattisgarh as on May 31, 2017, the company informed BSE in its filing.
With India targeting a 300 million tonnes a year steel production capacity by 2030-31, Union Steel Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh on Friday said the focus would be on domestic consumption and making the sector globally competitive.
Mozambique, the southern African country rated as one of the poorest, has topped a survey of nations with the lowest global environmental impact while India has ranked a dismal 75th in the report.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today called upon the States of Northern Zonal Council (NZC) to take care of Kashmiri people including students and businessmen
An Australian Government-owned investment firm is keen to fund the ‘infrastructure pieces’ of Indian energy giant Adani’s controversial 21 billion dollar coal mine project in Queensland.
Revenue Minister Prem Prakash Pandey informed Chhattisgarh Assembly on Thursday that a total of 288.81 hectares of land was acquired in 2001 for NMDC Ltd’s upcoming steel plant at Nagarnar
Gujarat-based conglomerate Adani Group witnessed protest from a high-profile Australian delegation against its much talked about $ 11.5 billion Carmichael Coal Project that too at its corporate office in Ahmedabad on Thursday.