The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) and Coal India (CIL) are joining hands for a project to use the excess groundwater from the latter’s mines to produce purified packaged water being sold under IRCT
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
In the last three financial years and the current year till September-end, a total of 3,067 cases of adulteration and 5,732 cases of short delivery have been registered, according to data from the petroleum ministry.
The government currently has a little over 68% stake in ONGC, close to 79% in Coal India and a little less than 75% stake in NMDC. Agarwal said unutilised assets within these companies can also unlock a lot of opportunity.
Given how several households that want to benefit from the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) may not have the means to refill liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders, the ministry of petroleum and natural gas is roping in
The Indian Railways requires to wash 370 tonne of linen, excluding blankets, per day.Of the total 1.5 lakh complaints received by the carrier in 2016-17, non-availability or poor quality of linen together made up 4% of the to
Having so far invested around $33 billion in India, mainly in the natural resources space, NRI billionaire Anil Agarwal-led Vedanta Resources has chalked out plans to pump another around $9 billion into the country over the n
Despite the recent fall in prices of imported LNG, the fuel still costs $6-7 per mmbtu to domestic consumers, clearly signalling the demand for gas at prices higher than $2.89 per mmbtu fetched by domestic explorers for shall
A year and half after the launch of the Modi government’s flagship Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY), the average rate of LPG cylinder refills by the beneficiaries stands at an annual 3.7 per connection issued.
As the deadline for submission of expressions of interest (EoI) for oil and gas fields under the Open Acreage Licensing Policy (OALP) ended on Wednesday, state-run ONGC with 26 EoIs and Cairn India with 15 have topped others
The Narendra Modi government’s flagship Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY), which has provided more than 3 crore liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) connections to poor households over the last one and a half years.
To widen the base of vendors and increase competition, Indian Railways has decided to do away with the rule wherein vendors approved by the Research Designs and Standards Organisation (RDSO) were the only ones eligible to bid
Indian Railways may look at a rate of return (RoR) of 12% on its investments under the revamped station redevelopment programme as the transporter plans to be a co-investor along with private developers.
Firms bagging contracts to redevelop railway stations may have to design construction in such a way that the national transporter’s plan for multi-level platforms at some of the busiest stations are not pre-empted.
Earnings from the passenger segment stood at around Rs 47,500 crore for financial year 2016-17, a tad below the revised target of Rs 48,000 crore, but better than the Rs 45,376 crore achieved a year earlier.
Keeping in mind the low-stocks scenario, it was earlier decided by the government that Coal India Ltd (CIL) would load at least 250 rakes daily, out of which 215 rakes are supposed to be allotted to the power sector.
There are two types of lie-overs in railways — first, a train reaches its terminal railway station and undergoes maintenance before returning to its originating station, and second, wherein it does not undergo maintenance b
The government plans to list at least three other railway PSUs — Indian Railways Finance Corporation, Ircon International and RITES — within the current financial year. The valuation of IRCTC has dipped as its main source
A revamped public-private partnership (PPP) model to redevelop railway stations will see more attractive terms for private investors while Indian Railways’ (IR) agency — Indian Railway Station Redevelopment Corporation (I