Security agencies are uncomfortable with the Centre’s plan to sell BPCL to private entities as the company controls the Assam-based Numaligarh refinery, which is located in a sensitive and restive area.
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s two-day visit to Nepal has been a nasty wake-up call for India. It was the first visit by a Chinese President in 23 years and it sent out a clear signal: India cannot dictate terms to its smaller, landlocked neighbour, nor take it for granted.
India is bolstering its readiness to handle potential oil spill disasters along its 7,500-km coastline. It wants to consolidate its oil spill handling equipment at a few major centres for better upkeep.
Going in for fleet mode for constructing new nuclear power plants: Atomic Energy Commission Chairman
India will be going for a fleet mode to ensure standardisation, lower costs and speed up the setting up of nuclear power plants in the country. “To increase standardisation and bring modularity into the construction of new plants
In a Facebook post, finance minister Arun Jaitley accuses government critics of doing a ‘volte face’ by terming the cut in petrol and diesel prices by Rs 2.5 per litre by the Centre as ‘bad economics’
With the focus of the government shifting to creating a gas-based economy, getting more players into the gas infrastructure business and ending any “monopoly” have emerged as a key prerequisite. In this backdrop, the government has nudged the state-owned GAIL (India)
The employee unions in Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd ( BPCL) are planning to go on a strike, as a mark of protest against the proposed privatisation of the company. The strike will coincide with the winter session of the parliament.
Indian Railways has launched itself on the road to privatisation by flagging off the Tejas Express running between Lucknow and Delhi and announcing plans to privatise the running of as many as 150 passenger trains.
Thyssenkrupp ties up with Nayara Energy, to provide project consultancy for its petrochem units in Vadinar
Engineering and construction consultants, Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (India), on Monday said the company has entered into a contract with Nayara Energy to provide project management consultancy services for Nayara Energy’s upcoming petrochemical units in Vadinar, Gujarat.
The Power business of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has operationalised two thermal power units of 660 MW each at NTPC’s Khargone Super Thermal Power project in Madhya Pradesh and Tanda Thermal Power Station in Uttar Pradesh.