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Interview of Dr. Rashmi Singh, Editor, Infralive aired     Interview of Dr. Rashmi Singh, Editor, Infralive aired on CNBC Awaaz (Part 1). Date: April 4, 2018                        on CNBC Awaaz (Part 2). Date: April 4, 2018

Interview of Dr. Rashmi Singh, Editor, Infralive aired                                                                                                  on Republic TV. Date: March 31, 2018

Power

NMDC, NLC to ink MoU with Aussie firm ECT for R&D project

NMDC and NLC India Limited may sign an MoU with Australia-based Environmental Clean Technologies Limited for setting up an R&D facility involving an investment of AUD 35 million (USD 26.29 million) in Tamil Nadu, on May 30 in Canberra. According to a regulatory filing by the Aussie company, the R&D facility will focus on development

Coal

Railways draws action plan to increase coal supply to power plants

With coal stock of some power stations in the national capital region falling to an alarming level, the Railways has drawn up an action plan to increase supply of rakes to power plants in northern India, including Dadri. The Centre has also ensured that the power plants will get adequate supplies of the dry-fuel. “NTPC

Oil & Gas

Dhunseri looks for a partner for Egypt venture

Chandra Kant Dhanuka owned Dhunseri Petrochem is looking to rope in a strategic equity partner for its Egyptian venture. The move follows full repayment of the joint venture Egyptian Indian Polyester Company S.A.E (EIPET) outstanding dues and scaling up its holding to 93 %. The company on Friday said it has paid $ 87 million

Civil Aviation

Flyers’ bugbears: Flight delays, refunds top list

Flight delays are the biggest bugbears for air travellers in India, according to the grievance redressal forum of an online portal (AirSewa) launched by the aviation ministry in November 2016. In the almost 1.5 years since then, most complaints received about airlines are regarding flight delays and fare refunds. The number of complaints received on

Roads

Five new highways planned to cut down travel time

The highways ministry has identified at least five greenfield road networks connecting major industrial and manufacturing hubs, which will reduce the existing distance on these stretches up to 200 km. Last month, the government announced starting work on another greenfield expressway connecting Gurgaon with Mumbai cutting the distance by almost 200 km. The new routes

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