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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

MSEDCL plans to set up 500 electric vehicle charging stations

State-run power utility MSEDCL plans to set up 500 electric vehicle charging stations across Maharashtra to encourage use of green energy by automobiles, an official said Thursday. In the first phase of the project, 50 such stations will soon come up in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Panvel (four each) Thane (six), Pune, Nagpur (10 each) and

Coal

Coal India supplies 30% more coal to Tamil Nadu for meeting demand

Coal India has decided to supply 16 goods train full of coal to Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation every day as demand for power in the state has increased. Sixteen rakes would send around 6.1 lakh tonnes of coal per day, of which 4.95 lakh tonnes would be supplied by Coal India subsidiary Mahanadi

Oil & Gas

Indian refiner cancels Iran oil imports

India’s Chennai Petroleum will stop processing Iranian crude oil from October to keep its insurance coverage once new sanctions by the United States against Iran go into effect, three sources familiar with the issue said. Iran’s Naftiran Intertrade Co Ltd, a trading arm for state-owned National Iranian Oil Co, owns a 15.4 percent stake in

Civil Aviation

Jet Airways passengers recount terrifying experience

Mumbai-based professional Prashant Sharma had never realised flying could be “so terrifying” until his Thursday morning flight to Jaipur. There were screaming and cries and many of his co-passengers suffered nose and ear bleeding as the crew of the Jet Airways flight “forgot” to turn on a switch that controls cabin air pressure. According to

Roads

How IL&FS’ rapid growth in India is leading to an infrastructure debt crisis

It was as a newspaper-office intern in New Delhi in 1992 that I witnessed the birth of India’s homegrown belt-and-road initiative. The program was midwifed by an up-and-coming lender that few had then heard of: Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Ltd. It wasn’t called belt-and-road, a term that would gain currency much later as a

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