Reacting to a TOI story on water-laden aviation turbine fuel (ATF) forcing some flights to return to Kolkata soon after take off on July 7, India’s largest oil marketing company -Indian Oil Corp Ltd (IOCL) -has said that a private oil company had supplied the “contaminated” fuel to the aircraft. “In fact after the incident, the airline had requested IndianOil to refuel,” said Sanjay Tripathi, GM (corporate communications) of IOCL
A BSES engineer was killed and four of his colleagues were injured when their car crashed into a tree while trying to escape from a mob armed with rods and hockey sticks at Jhuljhuli village, near Najafgarh in southwest Delhi, on Monday.
The UP Electricity Regulatory Commission has cancelled power purchase agreements with five power units owned by Bajaj Energy because of the higher cost. UPERC chairman, Desh Deepak Verma confirmed that notice of cancellation has been sent to the company.
Oil and Natural gas Corp (ONGC) need not pay a premium for government stake in Hindustan Petroleum (HPCL) since the latter is widely traded and fairy valued by the market and the transaction would involve no change in state control over the two companies, a senior executive at ONGCsaid.
Activities such as segregation, composting, refuse-derived fuel (RFD) making and setting up of waste-to-energy plants up to 15 megawatt capacity at existing landfill sites.
The transport ministry is not in favour of Niti Aayog’s suggestion that taxi aggregators should be allowed to rope in private cars to increase the availability of vehicles for passengers.
Commissioner of the Railway Safety (CRS) has approved running of suburban services on the fifth line, between Andheri and Borivli, thus allowing Western Railway to augment its passenger carrying capacity.
Household LPGconsumers of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh have locked horns, albeit unknowingly, in the race for opting out of subsidised kitchen cylinders in wake of PM Narendra Modi’s “give-it-up” calls.
A bullet train in the future would cut down travel time between Delhi and Varanasi – a distance of 720 km – from the present 12 hours, to just 2 hours and 37 minutes.
People crossing railway tracks,even educated people seem to o be doing this.on asked they said that they know it’s wrong,but climbing stairs is cumbersome.