States have refused the central government’s appeal to bring petroleum products under the ambit of Goods and Services Tax (GST) even as prices of petrol and diesel continue to skyrocket in contrast to global standards.
Two of India’s biggest renewable energy companies, Greenko Group PLC and ReNew Power Ventures Pvt Ltd, plan to sell a combined $750 million worth of rupee-denominated bonds in the domestic market, three bankers told Reuters on Tuesday.
A week before Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe announced the launch of the 320kmph Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project, a glitch in the railways app for travellers inadvertently declared the Mumbai-Ferozepur Punjab Mail a close contender.
The Indian Railways is trying to put an end to those tiresome quarrels that break out due to oversleeping passengers on the middle and lower berths by reducing official sleeping hours.
Soon, Give Instant Feedback About Food On Trains: 5 Things CAG Said About Edibles Served By Railways
Passengers on premium trains can soon rate on tablet PCs the food they eat. About 100 tablets have so far been given by the Indian Railways to on-board supervisors of IRCTC to record customers’ feedback.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe on Thursday laid the foundation of India’s first high speed rail project, linking country’s commercial capital Mumbai to Ahmedabad, the main city in Modi’s home state Gujarat.
India bit the bullet train in the latest round of the New Delhi-Tokyo strategic embrace.On Thursday, in a ground-breaking ceremony held in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe laid the foundation stone for the 508-km long Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail project.
Running three years behind schedule, the strategic 8.8-km all-weather Rohtang Tunnel, the highest in the country, will open to emergency traffic in October.
While Indian Railways is facing a 20% shortage of train drivers, the recently-launched Antyodaya Express has a problem of plenty.
Every indicator, not just safety-related ones, underlines the travails of Indian Railways (IR). An instant solution is also offered. Every monopoly is inefficient, especially a public sector one.