In a successful exercise designed to avoid judicial delays, Delhi’s electricity distribution company (discom) BSES has settled a large number of power theft cases with a value of around Rs 39 crore through special Lok Adalats, it announced on Monday.
Petrol and diesel prices are likely to drop again in Delhi compared to adjoining cities of Uttar Pradesh, The ad valorem tax structure will lead to a bigger reduction in daily prices in the national capital.
The fastest and indigenously built Train 18 is likely to be launched by Indian Railways on the Delhi to Varanasi route on 25 December. With a potential to reach a top speed of 200 kmph, it reached 180 kmph during the test run.
The National Capital Territory of Delhi has been getting BS-VI grade auto fuels well before the rest of the country to ensure that the national Capital can breathe cleaner air. But the very purpose of offering better fuel
The Delhi government recently approved the Mukhyamantri Solar Power Program to give the necessary and required impetus to solar power and its adoption in Delhi. This program will apply to domestic (residential) sector consumers in Delhi.
The long-awaited Cabinet clearance to Delhi Metro’s phase IV has been pushed back further with the Delhi government asking the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to get the proposal cleared by its board afresh, owing to changes in fund distribution of the project.
Fuel prices once again witnessed a decline on Monday in New Delhi and Mumbai. In New Delhi, petrol is being sold at Rs 76.52 per litre after a decrease of 19 paise, and diesel at Rs 71.39 per litre after a decrease of 17 paise.
Predicting that the peak electricity demand in Delhi could shoot up to 4,800MW in the coming months, power distribution companies on Thursday said they are “fully geared” for the winter.
The capital’s power distribution utilities are getting ready to meet peak winterdemands and ensure uninterrupted supply. With the Delhi government reducing the city’s dependency on coal-generated electricity, the discoms
BSES, the capital’s principal power distributor, has put into use “predictive learning” to get more accurate demand forecast, using a vast trove of data of over 10 years, an official has said. The company started using a third-party