The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved a dedicated Rs 5,000-crore fund to bring more land area under micro-irrigation, as part of its objective to boost agriculture production and farmers income.
This Indian Railways project to turn PM Narendra Modi’s ‘transformation through transportation’ vision into reality
Texmaco Rail and Engineering on Wednesday said it has won a Rs 200-crore contract to construct a rail line between Agartala in India and Akhaura in Bangladesh.
NITI Aayog, the government’s premier think tank, plans to hold the fourth meeting of its governing council next month to discuss the agenda for ‘New India 2022’ to expedite economic growth over the next four years.
The government proposes to set up charging stations for electric vehicles every three kilometres in cities with million-plus population and smart cities, and every 50 km on busy national highways.
An Indo-Pacific trilateral infrastructure forum has been launched here to find new, creative and efficient ways of leveraging the power of the private sector in India, the US and Japan to fill the massive gap in infrastructure and connectivity in the region.
Housing society in IP Extension first to get rooftop solar power plants in Delhi, rate fixed at Rs 2.50 per unit till 2043
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday inaugurated the city’s first rooftop solar power plant at IP Extension’s ‘Milan Vihar Apartments’ which houses around 1,600 residents and has 400 flats (approx)
Prime minister Narendra Modi may have claimed that all villages in the country have got electrified but state discom MSEDCL says this target will be achieved in the state only by the year end.
The Centre has decided not to approve any new hydro-power project on the Ganga. The move will help the government in its river cleaning efforts as dams which are part of such projects obstruct the ecological flow (e-flow) hampering the river’s self-cleansing ability.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Nepal Friday for a two-day visit aiming to reset strained relations between India and its small northern neighbour.
Pakistan today approached the World Bank amid reports that India could revoke the 56-year- old Indus Water Treaty, with senior Pakistani officials taking up the matter with the international lender which had mediated the water-sharing deal