The Indian Railways is set to begin the commercial run of India’s fastest train, Train 18, before the commencement of Kumbh Mela on January 14. News agency PTI quoted sources as saying that the train will also be used to ferry
The prices of petrol and diesel remained constant on Wednesday, after several days of price cut. The price of petrol in the national capital was constant at Rs 68.65 per litre and that in Mumbai was Rs 74.30 per litre, according to the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) data.
Oil prices edged higher on Monday, the last day of 2018, but were en route for their first annual drop in three years as fears of a slowing global economy and emerging supply glut outweighed impending OPEC-led production cuts.
The prices of petrol and diesel witnessed another dip on Thursday, days after the prices of fuel touched a new low in the national capital. The price of petrol in the national capital dipped to Rs 69.74 per litre
The Narendra Modi government has given approval to the extension of Dhanushkodi railway line till Rama Setu, which is also called Adam’s bridge. The current 18-km railway line from Rameswaram to Dhanushkodi will be extended till the Rama Setu.
The Nagpur Division of Indian Railways has made an in-house robot that can help the Railways maintain safety and security of its passengers through artificial intelligence.
After Train-18, Railway passengers will soon get another high-tech train from the stable of the Integral Coach Factory (ICF). The new train –Electrical Multiple Unit (EMU) –commonly known as electric train, running at a speed of 130 Kmph is ready for its trial launch.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reaching here Tuesday on a day’s visit to Maharashtra in which he will launch infrastructure and housing projects worth about Rs 41,000 crore in the state, officials said.
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Monday has approved the construction of a new four-lane bridge with a cost of Rs 2,926.42 crore, parallel to the existing MG Setu, across the Ganga River on NH-19 at Patna.
NGT orders reopening of Sterlite plant in Tamil Nadu, asks Vedanta to spend Rs 100 crore for welfare activities
The National Green Tribunal on Saturday set aside Tamil Nadu government’s order for closure of Sterlite plant in Tuticorin. The tribunal further directed Vedanta Limited to spend Rs 100 crore over a period of three years for “welfare activities” in the area.