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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


CBI arrests 3 promoters of Diamond Power in Rs 26.54-bn fraud case

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Wednesday arrested the promoters and directors of Diamond Power Infrastructure Ltd, a Vadodara-based firm accused of an alleged loan default. The probe agency arrested Suresh Narain Bhatnagar, Amit Bhatnagar, and Sumit Bhatnagar, as part of an ongoing investigation, for allegedly cheating numerous banks by falsification of accounts, the


CIL may hike salaries of executives in 2 months

Coal India (CIL) is likely to hike the salaries of executives in the next two months, a move that will result in an additional annual outgo of Rs 1,000 crore, its chief Gopal Singh said today. “That (the salary hike of the executives) is due. It is almost at the final stage. I think that

Oil & Gas

BPCL plans to start oil trading office in Singapore

Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd plans to start a trading office in Singapore in the near future to procure crude for its refineries and trade oil products, its head of refineries, R. Ramachandran, said late on Wednesday. “We will open office in the near future,” he said, without specifying a timeline. However, a company source, who

Civil Aviation

Entities with sufficient funds, ability to run Air India can bid: Finance Ministry

Any entity having adequate finances and ability to run Air India can bid for 76 per cent stake in the national carrier, DIPAM (Department of Investment and Public Asset Management) secretary Neeraj Gupta said today. The government had last month floated a preliminary information memorandum inviting bidders to buy 76 per cent stake in loss-making


China moots India-Nepal-China economic corridor through Himalayas

China today proposed a India-Nepal-China economic corridor with multi-dimensional connectivity through the Himalayas as it seeks to expand its influence over the new Nepalese government headed by Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli, widely regarded as pro-Beijing. China’s proposal came after visiting Nepalese Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali held talks with his Chinese counterpart Wang