Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent trip to the UAE has resulted in two agreements being signed that will strengthen India’s energy security, said Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.
South Coast Railway (SCoR) is likely to become a reality soon with the Central Government and the Railway Ministry bowing to the pressure exerted by Andhra Pradesh Government and public representatives to form the new railway zone.
Hiccups continue to haunt the Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) pipeline project in the Mannargudi region of Tiruvarur district with some locals registering their protest against laying of pipelines across their area.
The tenth anniversary of the Golden Chariot, south India’s only luxury train, has brought good tidings. Indian Railways has finally relented to the Karnataka government’s request to resume operations of the luxury train on a revenue-sharing basis.
The massive allocations made in the Union Budget to expedite ongoing and new railway lines could see Karimnagar town emerging as the biggest railway junction of the State.
The State should explore the option of doubling its wind energy capacity and increase use of solar power against the expensive coal-fired power plants. A report titled ‘Electricity Transformation in India: A Case Study of Tamil Nadu’ was released at a press conference held in the city on Wednesday.
Farmers will be encouraged to harvest more solar energy and supply to the grid too only if there is direct financial support from the Union Government, according to the pumpset manufacturers here.
U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry will visit India this month to further enhance a recently added component in bilateral ties — energy trade.
Volvo Group India, which had invested Rs. 2,500 crore so far in the country, would shift its focus from selling trucks to coal mining sector to construction, long haulage and irrigation sectors, said Kamal Bali, president and managing director.
In the highest-ever allocation, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday announced a capital expenditure of ₹1,48,528 crore for the Railway Ministry for the year 2018-19.