Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious Rs 129.4 billion Urja Ganga gas pipeline project is now being extended to North East adding another 750-km up to Guwahati and later to all the state capitals of the region.
As the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) prepares to begin operations of the fifth Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) in the city, the first that began tunnelling on November 9 has completed 94.3 metres of boring as on Wednesday.
Indian Railways has fast-tracked its project for vacant land monetisation, a move that could boost its investible resources. The Rail Land Development Authority (RLDA).
A “Maharaja-style” wine and dine experience in over 100-year-old, luxurious rail coaches could soon be a possibility — if the Indian Railways’ plans to lease out eight such surviving royal saloons to hotel chains or tour operators are actualised.
Train Accidents Have Come Down By 40-45 Percent, Says Railway Board, Hopes To Further Reduce Mishaps
Railway Board chairman Ashwani Lohani said that train accidents had come down by 40-45 percent in the current financial year as compared to the previous fiscal.
The December quarter is expected to be encouraging for thermal power companies with gradual recovery in demand and higher electricity prices in the spot market.
The Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) must abandon work on its cooking gas receiving jetty and storage facilities on Puthuvype island near Kochi as the project was unviable in such a thickly populated area, said a group of environmentalists led by former chairman of Kerala State Biodiversity Board V.S. Vijayan at a press conference here on Monday.
Two joint ventures of steel baron Lakshmi Niwas Mittal with ONGC Videsh Ltd are shutting shop, documents filed with the Registrar of Companies (RoC) show.
Indian Railways has just completed laying a much-awaited Rs 1,005 crore, 51 km track in Odisha that connects a large coal reserve in the state’s Ib valley with the rest of the country.
All Is Not Lost In Stressed Power Projects, Railways, PPAs, Electric Vehicles To Be Growth Drivers: ASSOCHAM Study
“Stressed assets remain a key concern for power sector in India. Out of the 24 stressed projects having capacity of 41.81 GW, 8,300 MWs are without any power purchase agreements (PPA), 9500 MW capacity are having partial PPAs.