Addressing a public meeting in his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced development projects worth more than Rs 500 crore. The projects primarily focus on improvising transport facilities
MAHARASHTRA’S electricity generation and distribution companies are at odds with each other over pending dues amounting to around Rs 10,000 crore.
Not just pressure from trade unions, last year’s indictment of former Coal Ministry officials by a special CBI court also cast a shadow on major reforms — including private coal mining for market sale — recommended by the High Power Expert Committee (HPEC).
India is set to lose Asia’s first narrow-gauge railway line between Dhaboi and Miyagam in Gujarat, operational since the 19th Century. Considering its heritage value, and the fact that it does not add to present railway requirements in any significant way
Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) has informed the Delhi high court that the state government’s ACB, investigating the company and others for alleged irregularities in raising the price of gas from KG-6 basin, was asking for documents which do not pertain to the issue.
The governments of Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir signed an agreement Saturday to resume work on a dam project that would help reduce the quantum of India’s share of Ravi waters flowing into Pakistan.
Petrol and diesel prices continued to rise for the second consecutive day in New Delhi and Mumbai after a gap of a day on September 5. While petrol prices rose to Rs 79.99 per litre (up by Rs 0.48 per litre) in the national capital, it increased to Rs 87.39 per litre (up by Rs 0.48 per litre) in Mumbai.
It’s not just a surge in crude oil imports, but also a spike in imports of coal and other ores that have resulted in rising trade and current account deficits, adding to the downward pressure on the rupee.
Maharashtra Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao’s ambitious plan to turn the three Raj Bhavans in Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur into the country’s first “green” gubernatorial residences has run into trouble with the state government.
Land Acquisition For Bullet Train Project: Progress In Palghar, Officials Hope To Meet December Deadline
After facing resistance due to local politics, demand for “government jobs” and doubts in villagers about the compensation package, the bullet train project has finally started seeing some progress in Palghar and officials are confident that the December deadline for land acquisition will be met.