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Narendra Modi's visit to Bhutan to see fast-tracking of 12 hydroelectric projects

Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes hands with Bhutan's King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck during their meeting at Thimphu. (Reuters)

PM Narendra Modi is on two-day trip to display 'special' status for Bhutan in India's foreign policy...

Too early to comment on Narendra Modi govt: Infosys' NR Narayana MurthyArun Jaitley unlikely to raise FY15 tax revenue target
Oil Ministry officials will meet officials of Indian Oil, BPCL, HPCL and Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals to finalise the contingency plans.
Iraq crisis: No panic yet but need to be ready, Oil Ministry to PMO
Petroleum Ministry says little harm if oil supply hit, asks PSUs to explore options.

Power ministry reviews Gujarat model for national rollout

Gujarat’s Jyotirgram Yojana is a major achievement of Narendra Modi’s Gujarat model of development.

Kudankulam Unit-1 hits full capacity at 1,000 MWe

Kundankulam became the first nuclear plant in India to generate 1,000 MWe of power.

Post-bifurcation, Telangana power crisis set to worsen

Telangana is staring at a power crisis as the demand is much higher than the available power generat...

Storm a perfect recipe for blackout, but supply restored in record time: Discom

In 2012, the northern grid had collapsed due to low frequency on July 30.
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Delhi discoms offer to surrender surplus power to state govt
Discoms are facing allegations of selling a surplus 1,000 mw to group companies at below-market rate...
Allow CAG audit or lose licence, AAP govt warns power discoms
CAG audit comes in wake of the AAP’s poll promise to reduce the power tariff by 50 per cent.
Lower November power demand tells economic slowdown story
Trend is prominent in northern and southern regions, western too showing lower demand.
Probe panel says Orissa's illegal iron ore mining at Rs 60,000 crore
Miners used lower charges to earn about Rs 1,900 crore in six years while exporting the ore too.
Power trading set to get a boost as India gets a national grid
India has finally connected the southern region with rest of the country for unhindered electricity ...
Likely in 2014: Royalty break, tax holiday in mega oil push
The new year could usher in the biggest reform in India’s hunt for oil and gas on the high seas.
Arvind Kejriwal may announce power tariff cut after taking oath as Delhi CM
Arvind Kejriwal's discussions with bureaucrats leads to speculation there could be a power tariff cu...
Power grid collapse becomes a worry as fog spreads tentacles
The threat of climatic factors triggering the collapse of power grids remains real.
Dust, fog pushed northern grid close to collapse on Wednesday night
Transient faults caused under dense fog conditions lead to outages in 18 transmission lines.
Poor demand, fuel shortage cost NTPC Rs 6,600 crore
Slowdown in power demand by state utilities and fuel shortages have begun to hurt country's largest ...
Coalgate: CBI gives SC a 'Birla diary' showing 'payments' to politicians
'Notebook' found by I-T shows receipts in crores, Birla group said to have agreed to pay taxes on th...
How the 5 states handled power
The smaller states generally seem to have done better on key measurable parameters.
Indian oil refiners benefit as Gulf battles for buyers
Mideast producers enjoyed decades of dominance supplying Asia
Tata Power eyes more purchases in wind and solar push
Land acquisition, low tariffs still hurdles: Tata official
India considers more Iran oil imports, readies payments of 'billions of dollars'
India, second-largest buyer from Iran, owes it $5.3 bn
Petrovietnam, ONGC Videsh sign oil exploration pact
The exploration pact would allow activities in Vietnam, India as well as in a third country.
Diesel price hike coming as M Veerappa Moily slashes deregulation deadline
Diesel price hike of 50p a litre has been happening, but govt wants quick end to process.
Coal scam: SC pulls up Prashant Bhushan for remarks
Bhushan had raised questions on why the SC bench did not take any action against AG Vahanvati.
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