A report claimed that “India will soon see a underwater train which will link Mumbai and Dubai,” and will facilitate “the exchange of goods from India to UAE and export of oil through a pipeline as well”.
The Maharashtra Electricity Regulation Commission (MERC) on Tuesday, 4 December, took cognisance of the media reports highlighting an excessive hike in electricity bills in Mumbai, after business tycoon Gautam Adani’s Adani
As world leaders gather in Katowice, Poland, for the 24th Conference of Parties (COP), the highest decision-making body of the United Nations Convention on Climate Change, four former COP presidents have warned that the world “is
The Indian Railways is expected to roll-out the country’s first-ever indigenously built semi-high speed train – ‘Train 18’ by the end of October, official sources told The Quint.
The Metro Railway will run night-long services during Durga Puja — from Mahasaptami to Mahanavami — and extra services on days preceding the festival, its general manager P C Sharma said on Wednesday, 3 October.
The infrastructure sector in India would require about Rs 50 trillion ($778 billion) by 2022 as a key growth driver
The NITI Aayog on Wednesday entered into a three-year partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) to develop vision and action agenda for the industry to contribute towards sustainable development goals (SDGs).
Partnering with a private Indian online travel company MakeMyTrip, Indian Railways have announced that they have made it easier for its commuters to check the live updates of trains via WhatsApp.
Nepal’s Energy Minister Barshaman Pun had an important message when he spoke to the Chinese media recently.
We are at the midpoint of 2018. The chance to attend an infrastructure conference at this juncture was the perfect opportunity to reflect on, and re-examine, issues confronting the Indian economy.