The J&K Socio-Economic Coordination Committee (JKSECC), an amalgam of 27 civil society and trade bodies, on Wednesday objected to the announcement of a joint venture on the Ratle Hydroelectric Power Project in the recent State Administrative Council (SAC) meeting.
Amid looming US sanctions, India has conveyed to Trump administration that it couldn’t stop its oil imports from Iran, sources say.
The Punjab and Haryana High Court has ruled that the Railways cannot be burdened with compensation for negligent acts of passengers who suffer injuries while getting off a moving train.
Though the Indian Railways has declared its new timetable for the Chandigarh-Delhi Tejas Express, officials said it is not final and may change again.
RECENT railway statistics in India indicate that the enhancement of passenger fares in order to discourage travelling has not had the intended effect.
Even after one year of its commissioning, the Rs 42-crore waste-to-energy plant at Bharyal has failed to generate green energy. Heaps of garbage at the site has made the lives of residents miserable.
As many as 5,000 households in Sirsa, Fatehabad, Hisar and Bhiwani, considered to be affluent districts of Haryana, are still without electricity in this era of technology.
Furthering the Delhi government’s plans to promote clean energy
It is a matter of great pleasure that the Thar coal project has reached a critical stage by hitting the coal surface and the reported quality appears to be up to the mark. At this happy moment, however, several issues have emerged that need to be examined.
Senior government officials on Wednesday refuted news reports that said India had brought down oil imports from Iran drastically, as US builds pressure on countries two months after withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal.