LPG consumers in Punjab are being forced to wait for 10-15 days for a refill, especially in smaller towns and villages, as the supply chain of the second-largest player in the state, Bharat Gas, has been disrupted.
Politically sensitive constituencies of Amritsar, Bathinda and Patiala are the top defaulters when it comes to power theft that causes a loss of over Rs 1,000 crore per annum to Punjab.
The central government is currently considering a new policy that imposes penalties on power distributors for load-shedding, Power Minister RK Singh said on Monday. Singh, who was addressing the press in Hyderabad on Monday, said his government, as part of the policy, was considering a Bill that focuses on consumer rights.
Vendors eking out their living by selling items of essential need at Amritsar Railway Station’s platform number one have alleged that their sales have declined due to lopsided scheduling of trains.
Union Minister of State for Jal Shakti and Ambala MP Rattan Lal Kataria today informed that a detailed project report (DPR) on Yamunanagar-Chandigarh rail link, which has been a long pending demand of his constituency would be ready soon.
Karnal: Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Arvind Sawant has inaugurated an electric vehicle charging station at a resort on the NH-44 here. It has a capacity to charge six vehicles at a time.
Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on FridayAnother train hits buffer assured to Punjab Public Works Department (PWD) of accelerating the process of construction of 25 railway overbridges (ROBs) and 14 railway underbridges (RUBs).
India’s top oil and gas producer ONGC today unveiled a $15-16 billion investment plan to double output from its domestic and overseas fields and expand its refining capacity three folds alongside diversification into renewables in a new vision document for 2040.
After more than hundred people were injured after being hit by stones thrown by miscreants from slums alongside Mumbai’s railway tracks, the authorities are moving to install CCTV cameras in stretches considered vulnerable to attacks.
Though almost a year have passed since the announcement by the Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB), new CNG gas stations are yet to come up in the city. Owing to this, CNG auto-rickshaw drivers are on the receiving end. They have to travel around 80 km to get their eco-friendly vehicles refilled with the CNG.