A month since its launch, the Hyderabad Metro Rail project is still stabilising in its first phase of operation, but the management is already readying funds for further development.
Ease in power demand with the onset of winter and improved coal inventories at power plants have pulled down spot electricity prices traded at power exchanges.
Though the state government has appointed two authorities — one each in Gurgaon and Panchkula — it is yet to create an online portal. The state may be able to come up with some kind of portal by January 15, an official said.
The ministry of housing and urban affairs has approved the construction of 5.45 lakh more affordable houses under its flagship Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Urban), with an investment of Rs 31,003 crore
In order to provide customised and focused amenities to passengers, the ministry of railways has recategorised stations across the country.
The forthcoming semi-high-speed Tejas Express trains may not have LCD screens, as the Indian Railways’ experience with Tejas trains that already have such screens has been bitter.
2017 has seen the culmination of Prabhu’s efforts; a slew of new trains were introduced.
Environmental and anti-nuclear activists who had been opposing the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) on Thursday rallied against the project.
Andhra Pradesh has emerged as the best performer under the Central government’s Ujwal Discom Assurance Yojana .
The report says while the government is taking all the right reform measures, the involvement of multiple departments and agencies is somewhere limiting the efficacy of these reforms.
Trading of renewable energy certificates at the Indian Energy Exchange touched an all-time high in the December session.
The US government has commenced its internal process to release armed Avenger (formerly Predator C) drones to the Indian Air Force.
President Ram Nath Kovind dedicated the Andhra Pradesh Fibre Grid project which aims to provide on-demand affordable broadband connectivity.
Mitsubishi forms partnership to invest, for the first time, in an Indian toll-road platform; second minority stake sale in Cube Highways within a month.
The renewable energy push from the Narendra Modi government met with potent obstacles in 2017, as capacity additions failed to keep pace with the set targets.
Railway passengers will soon be offered ready-to-eat meals by the likes of Nestle.
Allottees have surrendered around 600 of the 12,000 flats sold under the Delhi Development Authority’s (DDA) housing scheme 2017, citing the small size of the facilities, but also reflecting a waning interest in DDA flats that used to be coveted properties once.
Faced with an urgent need to bolster a nascent insolvency eco-system through a robust pool of professionals that would handle default cases involving billions of dollars, the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) has started a massive drive to sensitise students about the abstruse discipline.
India has toughened its stance at the World Trade Organization (WTO) on the issue of fishery subsidies, mindful of the politically-sensitive subject on which the lives of millions of poor fishermen in various coastal states depend.
Centre looks to enhance ease of doing business and reduce time taken in network rollout
Overnight indexed swap (OIS) rates have scaled to a seven-month high, as concerns over inflation and fiscal deficit pushed yields higher over the last few weeks.
Under a ‘challenge method’, states that expedite clearances will get more projects under Bharatmala and Sagarmala programmes
“As an actor or an artist, you should be socially responsible. I really don’t want to do films where I am spreading hatred. Or do something that will influence 10 more boys in small towns, who follow me… I am very aware of that,” Rajkummar Rao said at Express Adda in Mumbai on Saturday.
The growing independent cinema scene in India gave him wings but this year, Rajkummar Rao proved that he can straddle the mainstream equally well.
A day after the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) gave Bhushan Steel’s resolution professional additional 90 days to submit the resolution plan beyond the initial 180-day time-frame, the tribunal on Friday gave a similar extension to Bhushan Power and Steel (BPSL), on a plea of its RP, Mahender Kumar Khandelwal.
Given that some fuel retail outlet owners have approached the judiciary to appeal against the rule set by oil marketing companies (OMCs) to pay central minimum wages to outlet attendants, the OMCs have moved the Supreme Court seeking to transfer all such petitions to the apex court in New Delhi.
The central board of Direct Taxes has amended the rules relating to service of notice, summons, requisition or order.