A special CBI court issued summons on Friday to five new people including Jindal Steel’s advisor Anand Goel after their names emerged in the CBI chargesheet in a coal block allocation case against former Congress MP and industrialist Naveen Jindal and others.
S Venkataraman’s visiting card says it all Railwayman, 93 years, retired from service in June 1982, author of four books.
After years of delay, the West Bengal governmentis now keen to connect Barasat in North 24 Parganas to the existing Metro network in Kolkata.
India approved a policy on Wednesday allowing extra time to contractors of old blocks to unlock oil and gas reserves of more than 426 million barrels, worth over $21 billion, as it seeks to cut its dependence on imports.
The policy approved by the Union Cabinet will help companies including Cairn India and Oil and Natural Gas Corp that are exploring blocks awarded before 1999.
Asia’s naphtha crack edged up to $75.23 a tonne on Wednesday, supported by firm demand and weaker Brent crude, traders said. South Korea’s Lotte Chemical is in talks to buy naphtha for June 2017 to May 2018 delivery and this came shortly after YNCC and LG Chem had recently closed their term deals with sellers […]
Oil minister Dharmendra Pradhanbrought PM Narendra Modi’s ‘Urja Ganga’, an energy lifeline for eastern India, to his home state Odisha on Saturday by kicking off work on city gas networks in Bhubaneswar and Cuttack.
Chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Friday announced that there will be no power tariff hike for 2017-18.Even as he promised relief to Telangana residents, he also talked about a possibility of farmers losing free power supply soon.
Around 10 real estate developers, including a Japanese company, have shown interest in the Indian Railways’ station re-development programme for Chennai Central railway station.
The Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) pipeline project which had been stalled in the state for almost two decades has gained steam.
The BJP’s thumping victory in Uttar Pradesh and substantial gains made in other states will facilitate reforms as the ruling party inches closer to a majority in Upper House, Moody’s Investors Service said today.