Bullet trains have failed in other countries because of poor ridership and lack of revenue. This problem is not likely to happen in massively populated India.
Amid political slugfest over construction of a refinery at Barmer in Rajasthan, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will next week do “project commencement” work on the Rs 43,129 crore project.
Solar modules worth more than USD 150 million are stuck at various ports in the country due to a dispute over their classification and the import tax applicable to them, sources said, which could delay Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s clean energy goals.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will officiallyinaugurate the Mysuru-Bengaluru double track, electrification andmechanisation soon.
Niti Aayog, the government’s premier policy making body, has firmed up a hybrid vehicle policy that challenges the electric vehicle mission that’s being pursued aggressively, pitching methanol as a better alternative for India.
New Year’s Day is an opportune occasion for reflection and re-emphasis. I summarise below 10 energy-related suggestions that I made last year, in part to remind and in part to influence the government’s agenda.
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Beneficiaries shall be identified and their application for electricity connection along with applicant photograph and identity proof shall be registered on spot.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched a new scheme Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana –“Saubhagya” to ensure electrification of all willing households in the country in rural as well as urban areas here today.
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On Thursday, India will be a step closer to the bullet train that would help drag the world’s fourth-largest railways into the 21st century.
India has taken three steps to implement the historic civil nuclear dealwith the US to enhance confidence of the domestic and foreign companies in the country’s nuclear industry, a top American diplomat said.