The National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has sought nomination of officers, who could be sent to Japan to prepare for certifications required for India’s first bullet train project, according to officials aware of the development.
The supply of compressed natural gas (CNG) and piped natural gas (PNG) was normalised on Sunday, two days after it was disrupted, affecting public transport services, including taxis, autorickshaws and Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) buses.
PM Narendra Modi Visit To Bhutan: India is providing Rs 5,000 crore for Bhutan’s 12th five-year plan that began in 2018, the same as the allocation for the previous plan.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Bhutan Saturday morning for a two-day visit which is being seen as a bid to diversify India’s partnership with the kingdom from the hydro-power sector to enhanced trade and linkages in space and education.
In early February 2014, Delhi was on the verge of a blackout. I had just become the chief minister and electricity distribution companies (discoms) had threatened to push more than half of the city into darkness, citing inability to pay for purchase of power. This was after five years of continuous hikes in power tariffs
The Mumbai Urban Transport Project-3 (MUTP-3) – upgrade of suburban railways in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region – is finally set to begin after the monsoon, three years after it was announced. The deadline for completion of MUTP-3 is 2022.
Singrauli district collector KVS Chaudhary has asked Essar Power MP Ltd (EPMPL) to pay Rs 50 lakh compensation to farmers whose crops were allegedly damaged by fly-ash leaked from the company’s Mahan Power Plant last week, the district administration officials said on Monday.
In a major jolt to the already cash-strapped Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL), the Supreme Court has directed it to pay Rs 2,800 crore to Larsen & Toubro (L&T) to compensate it for the cost of coal washing and transportation.
Due to heavy rainfall, waterlogging and landslides in the Pune and Mumbai divisions of Central Railway, the Indian Railways has decided to cancel all train services between Pune and Mumbai till August 16.
The Union Cabinet has cleared a proposal to increase the maximum speed of trains on the busy New Delhi-Mumbai and New Delhi-Howrah routes to 160kmph from the current 130kmph in order to reduce travel time by at least three and half hours, according to a government statement.
Commuters on Delhi Metro’s Pink Line (connecting Majlis Park and Shiv Vihar) or Magenta Line (connecting Botanical Garden and Janakpuri West) are expected to get relief from call drops, poor network and snapped internet inside trains and in stations.