Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah will hold a meeting with the chief ministers of 13 BJP-ruled states on Sunday, where they are going to review whether uniform policies on key issues are being followed by everyone.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is seeking to step up the pace of auctioning power-purchase contracts for wind-energy plants, building on a contest that reaped record-low prices for solar farms earlier this month
Petroleum Ministry while coming down heavily on petrol pump owners has slammed their decision to observe Sunday off under the pretext of answering Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for oil conservation
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh today sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s support in allowing the state government to sell its “surplus power” to Pakistan or Nepal in the economic interest of the state which is facing a cash crunch
The Centre slammed the Consortium of Indian Petroleum Dealers (CIPD) move to close petrol pumps on Sundays and said that such closure of petro pumps by a small section of dealers will lead to inconvenience to general public.
The revised MoU signed by HPCL with Rajasthan for the Barmer refinery will save the state from large financial loss that could been suffered under the old “faulty” decision, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said
Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) the makers of India’s longest highway tunnel between Chenani and Nashri in Jammu and Kashmir have sent a team of experts to check problems of high pollution and poor visibility being faced by commuters inside the tunnel, an official said on Monday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to intervene to resolve an inter-ministerial wrangling over NITI Aayog’s proposed National Energy Policy to roll out the long-overdue power sector reforms.
Coal sector reforms initiated by the Narendra Modi government are beginning to pay. Initiatives to improve coal quality and efficiency in the supply chain have brought down the cost of power from coal-fired plants in spite of revisions in coal prices, central cess and railway freight in the last three years.
THE world already has an installed base of about 300 GW, led by USA, China and Germany. But it is appropriate that India, most of it endowed with more than 300 days of sunshine, takes a leadership role in solar power