Global locomotive manufacturers such as GE, Alstom and Bombardier, which have invested billions of dollars under the Make in India programme of the railways, have lobbied the finance ministry over challenges they are facing under the goods and services tax (GST) regime.
On the issue of encroachments along national highways, the Himachal Pradesh high court has directed the competent authorities, both National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) and the state government, to remove encroachments over highways and submit compliance report within six weeks.
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The thermal power sector accounts for $40-60 billion of potentially stranded assets that are continuing to trouble the Indian banking sector. Fifteen GW out of the stressed 40 GW has not yet been commissioned, as identified in the report of the Standing Parliamentary Committee on Energy earlier this year.
On the margins of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum held in 2017 EAEU together with PM Narendra Modi, discussed the prospects for trade liberalization and concluded that good opportunities exist for both sides. Prior to our meeting with the Prime Minister,
Recent statements of President Donald Trump suggest that the US may impose tough sanctions on oil exports from Iran.
A public interest litigation has been filed in Supreme Court, challenging state-run Damodar Valley Corporation’s proposal to supply power to Bangladesh from power plants using concessional domestic coal.
Awaiting the return of normalcy — as well as tourists — in the Kashmir Valley, an indigenously-built vistadome (glass-top) railway coach, though ready to run, has been docked at Badgam station for months.
The Saubhagya scheme to electrify every home has become the Achilles Heel of the Narendra Modi government in the two-and-a-half month long Extended Gram Swaraj Abhiyan (EGSA) that concluded on Independence Day.
The government has asked state-run power plants holding large fuel stocks to increase generation to allow others to run at a lower capacity and build inventories before the festive season.