Following the plastic ban, the railway authorities have decided to replace plastic glasses with paper glasses across the suburban trains and stations in Mumbai.
In a directive issued on Friday, the state transport department has stated CNG kits retrofitted in 2.6 lakh private cars, 2.4 lakh autorickshaws, 62,000 taxis and around 3,500 buses in Mumbai metropolitan region should be thoroughly tested and certified every three years.
To clear the summer rush of extra passengers, the Central Railway will run 10 summer special trains on between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Mumbai and Varanasi. The train tickets, however, will have different pricing.
Petrol price in India today: On Tuesday, where international oil market rose, the Indian state-owned oil companies kept the price of petrol unchanged in various state capitals of India.
With the aim of having a multi-transport, single ticketing smart card in place in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) by year end, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA)
Indian Railways is seeing increasing demand for card ticket and mobile ticketing. On Central and Western Railway, around 25 percent and around 18 percent sale is through ATVM, respectively. Railway officials claim that they are doing everything to promote
With the city experiencing a heat wave-like situation last month as maximum temperatures touched 41 degrees Celsius, power utility firms expect peak demand for electricity to shoot up by 10% this summer.
Oil giant BP Plc expects almost a tenth of its global earnings from India over the next decade as it bets big on natural gas output, marketing and renewable initiatives in the subcontinent, a top regional executive of the company said.
The National Company Law Tribunal’s (NCLT) Mumbai bench on Tuesday morning instructed the resolution professional (RP), appointed to oversee Monnet Ispat and Energy Ltd (MIEL), to consider the new claims made against the corporate debtor and place them before the committee of creditors (CoC).
Petrol prices continued to spiral on Tuesday, touching a nearly five year high of Rs 73.95 per litre in Delhi. The previous high in the capital was Rs 74.10 a litre in September 2013.