Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the first leg of his three-nation trip, addressed the Indian community at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris. The meeting opened to resounding applause from the audience who chanted ‘Modi Modi’ throughout the PM’s speech.
IRCTC, the ticketing and catering arm of the railways, has been given total control of the reservation ticketing system of the national transporter. The move comes just days after the IRCTC was empowered to fix ticket fares for trains that in certain routes.
State-run public sector oil major Indian Oil Corporation has seen a Rs 20,000 crore reduction in its net borrowing level (net debt) during the first quarter of the current financial year, according to the company’s chief financial officer Sandeep Kumar Gupta.
The US has no evidence that India is running afoul of American sanctions on Iran through the Chabahar port, a top US diplomat said on Tuesday. India said it stopped importing oil from Iran after American waivers granted to eight buyers expired in May.
The Indian Railways has decided to ban the usage of plastics below 50 microns, in its premises and trains, effective from October 2. As part of this move, the Railway Board has directed Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC),
After piloting prepaid smart electric meter service in some government offices of Sambalpur, the Energy Department plans to roll out the project in Rourkela as part of its move to check power pilferage and tackle huge pending bills of domestic consumers.
As unscheduled power cuts and low voltage are being experienced in many parts of the State, the Assembly Committee on Electricity on Monday directed the Energy department to take care of the problems by improving the system.
As part of the Rs 22,594 crore mega expansion project, North East India’s largest refiner, Numaligarh Refinery Ltd (NRL), will ramp up its headcount by over 62 per cent in the next four years, it’s Managing Director SK Barua said.
Mobility of trains between Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna and Cantonment railway stations received a major push on Friday following the commissioning of automatic signalling along this 4.4km stretch. This means that double the number of trains can be pushed between these stations now.
The Indian Railways which is planning an ambitious high-speed rail services in the country has sent a batch of 41 officers to China for training. The 41 officers, including 3 from East Central Railway (ECR) of Bihar