An agreement was inked between MP Power Management Company and Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) for providing 500 MW power at lower rates to Madhya Pradesh under Renewable Purchase Obligations (RPO) set by Madhya Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (MPERC) for the year 2021-22.
Looking forward to give a major fillip to the railway infrastructure development, the Centre is all set to divest 12 per cent stake through IPO (Initial Public Offer) in the RITES, a PSU of the Railway Ministry.
The preceding four years have indeed been an eventful period for the railways.
This refers to the editorial, “Unfair fare” (June 7). It is very disheartening to hear that due to fear of public outrage and controversy over the proposed penalty on passengers carrying extra luggage in trains, the Railway Ministry decided to shelve the move and instead launch a ‘public awareness campaign’.
Public sector oil companies need to be transparent in their price fixation policies. Policymakers also need to question whether our oil companies/refineries are efficient by world standards. Only then, can one identify the ex-post and ex-ante factors behind the high domestic oil price
India’s export of finished steel slumped by 25.2 per cent to 0.558 million tonnes (MT) during April 2018, according to a report. The country had exported 0.746 MT finished steel during the same month a year ago, the Joint Plant Committee (JPC) said it its latest report.
While the Government declares more thermal power plants in and outside of Odisha, it has miserably failed to feed the nation’s most prestigious and reliable 3,000-MW NTPC-Kaniha thermal power plant, resulting in zero coal stock and subsequent reduction of 500-MW power production.
The Coal India Limited (CIL) is on the move to erect a thermal power unit in Bokaro and is looking for a Joint Venture for this proposed unit.
US-based electric car major Tesla today alluded to a challenging environment for not being able to enter India, a market which it would love to be in, according to company’s Chief Executive Elon Musk.
The Trump Administration’s decision to withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the Iran nuclear deal, on May 9, has raised serious concerns in the international community on the stability of West Asia