The All Bengal Electricity Consumers’ Association (ABECA) today took out a protest rally from Subodh Mallick Square to Rani Rashmoni Avenue to raise the demand of reducing electricity tariff.
Nagaland’s first ever railway tunnel was dug on 7 June at the outskirts of Chumukedima, about 15 km from Dimapur town. The 82.3-km rail line from Dimapur to Kohima will run through Dhansiri-Dhansiripar-Shoxuvi-Molvom- Khaibong-Chephema-Khabvuma-Zubza at 900 m above sea level.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has revised the schedule of the Metro services for the upcoming Sunday on its various lines. “The Metro train services on Phase-III sections, which usually begin at 8 am on Sundays, will begin at 6 am this Sunday, i.e. 2nd June 2019,” said a DMRC official.
India, on Thursday, said it continued to engage with the United States over Washington’s decision not to grant any further waiver on sanctions related to oil purchases from Iran beyond 1 May.
The deal, also termed as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, was signed in July 2015 between the five permanent members of the UNSC and Germany on one side and Iran on the other
Train services are likely to be hit in the month of July as the Indian Railways drivers from the state and different parts of the country have resolved to go on a 48-hour hunger strike on 15 and 16 July and stop work from 17
July, to protest against several issues pertaining to irregularities in payment and resting time.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday met Prince Albert II, the Head of the State of Monaco who arrived here in India on Monday for a week-long official visit.
India on Tuesday announced a “wait-and-watch” position on the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (OPEC) and non-OPEC producers’ decision last week to lower their production of crude oil by 1.2 million barrels per day for a six-month period.
Barely a few months before the Lok Sabha elections, the largest oil company in India, Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) has announced to set up about 1,024 new petrol pumps in West Bengal.
Coming down heavily on Coal India’s employees for not meeting the requirement of the country, Union Coal Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday urged them to take “sincere steps” to reach the per-day target of 2.5 million tonnes of production and dispatch.