International oil prices (Brent crude) increased by over 9% from March 10 to April 10 to close at $71.73 per barrel. However, petrol prices increased by less than 1% during this period. This is not normal.
An investigation into a suspected Rs 2.5 lakh crore corruption case involving a long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) contract with RasGas Company Limited of Qatar, which was raised in Parliament in 2012 when the Congress-led
When should a passenger travelling by the bullet train report to the station? What can’t be carried on the train? These are some of the questions which the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is helping the National High Speed Rail Corporation (NHSRCL) answer.
Amid gloom-and-doom predictions on the impact of climate change, a global research study has, for the first time, projected that a global transition to 100% renewable energy is possible by 2050 across all sectors, including power, heat generation, transport and desalination, provided there is political will to achieve it.
Two months after residents of New Palam Vihar got the construction of elevated road on Northern Peripheral Road (NPR) stopped in protest against the curved alignment of a portion of a 90-metre road near sectors 109/110
The Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) on Wednesday said it has imposed environment damage charges of ₹1 lakh each on 765 industrial units found causing pollution, directly or indirectly, by engaging in scrapping activity in west Delhi’s Mayapuri.
Indian Railways has installed cameras on the exterior of Vande Bharat Express — also known as Train 18 — to detect and curb stone-pelting incidents and prevent damage to the country’s first semi-high speed train, two officials familiar with the matter said..
The US has sought to increase pressure on Iran by warning it is “not looking” to extend waivers on sanctions that apply to eight countries buying Iranian crude, including India, once they end on May 2.
The US on Tuesday served a fresh warning to importers of Iranian crude oil, such as India, that it was “not looking” to extend waivers, called significant reduction exemptions (SREs) from secondary sanctions for continuing purchases when they run out early May.
It was a state secret and the source of a kingdom’s riches. It was so important that US military planners once debated how to seize it by force. For oil traders, it was a source of endless speculation.