The eastern metropolis is likely to get Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) by end of this year, which would facilitate vehicles running on greener fuel, an official said on Tuesday.
Debt-ridden Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) has invited bids to sell six of its properties, including a 14-storey commercial tower in central Mumbai.
Barges sailing up National Waterway 1, between Haldia and Varanasi, will soon be using a clean-burning fuel instead of diesel. Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) has asked Cochin Shipyard to retrofit the engines
Prices of petrol and diesel in Mumbai fell 21 paise per litre and 11 paise per litre, respectively, on October 18. The revised price for the two fuels in the city now stands at Rs 88.08 per litre and Rs 79.24 per litre, respectively, according to Indian Oil Corporation.
Petrol and diesel prices surged to record levels on Thursday as oil marketing companies (OMCs) hiked fuel rates across metro cities, except in Kolkata where rates fell following the state government’s decision of an excise cut.
Chinese Consul General in Kolkata Ma Zhanwu said Wednesday his country was mooting a bullet train service between Kunming and Kolkata, traversing through Myanmar and Bangladesh.
Petrol and Diesel prices were unchanged for the second consecutive in four metro cities, applicable from 6:00 a.m. on 23rd August 2018. On Tuesday, petrol prices were hiked by 9 paise in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai.
Petrol prices have been rising since July 5, and today in Mumbai it crossed the Rs 84 per litre mark selling at Rs 84.14 a litre. The price of petrol jumped up by 17 paise from Rs 83.97 on Thursday, according to data put out on the website of Indian Oil Corporation. In other metro cities prices have risen as well with Delhi,
To curb both air and noise pollution levels, 80 electric buses will start plying in the city next month. These noiseless, zero-pollution vehicles will hit the streets in phases. If they run successfully, the state transport department will gradually add more such buses to the fleet under West Bengal Transport Corporation (WBTC).
The government is going to start the construction work of the Padma rail link project in a month and 23 kilometres of the 215 km railway tracks — from Dhaka to Jessore — would be elevated.