The Railways has started work to increase the speed of trains in the suburban section to over 110 km per hour. At present, trains can run at a maximum of 80 to 100 km per hour depending on their make.
The Railway Ministry has established Railway Electrification Project unit of Central Organisation for Railway Electrification (CORE) in Bengaluru to hasten electrification process of lines thereby almost covering the Railway network in the State, recently.
Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) has successfully laid one of the longest petroleum pipelines across the Godavari near Rajahmundry, marking a one-of-its-kind engineering feat. IOCL’s pipelines division laid the pipeline through Advanced Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD).
Come August, Barmer oilfields will clock a decade of production. However, for the operator, Cairn Oil & Gas — a vertical of Vedanta Ltd — there are many challenges. They include not only getting every barrel out of the ground from this otherwise declining field and the procedural issues with joint venture partner ONGC
Bangalore Metro Rail Training Institute (BMRTI) at Baiyappanahalli has become a sought-after centre among various metro corporations in the country. It is run by Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL).
Sri Lanka has signed an agreement with India to upgrade tracks in a key railway segment connecting the north and south at a cost of $ 91.26 million. This is the first time in 100 years that the 130 km-long-tracks
The government said on Tuesday it is devising a consumer-centric electricity distribution plan to ensure round-the-clock power supply for all.
Buying trains is not a viable proposition as it would not only burden the organisation financially but cost thousands of employees of their jobs in the long run, All India Railwaymen Federation (AIRF) working president N. Kannaiah said on Sunday.
Rohit, a sales executive who is a permanent resident of the city, has been waiting for the delivery of refill LPG cylinder for almost a fortnight. “I booked a refill cylinder over the phone on June 26. I received an SMS confirming the booking.
The production of India’s first semi high-speed train has come to a grinding halt at the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) in Chennai. The work on rolling out ten trains this fiscal remains a non-starter despite floating of tenders.