Monthly Archives: July 2018

Gujarat may be losing its vibrancy in energy, infrastructure sectors

For May 2018, Gujarat was power deficit, a downgrade from its power self-sufficient status a year back. The slip in energy sufficiency may be attributable to certain developments but industry experts and industry officials say the state may be losing its sheen in energy and infrastructure sectors. Some early indicators, they suggest, are project delays,

Malaysia’s civil aviation chief resigns following MH370 report

Malaysia’s civil aviation chief resigned on Tuesday, a day after a report into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 showed lapses by Kuala Lumpur’s air traffic control centre. In a statement, Azharuddin Abdul Rahman said although the investigation report “does not suggest that the accident is caused by the Department of Civil Aviation then,


PNS The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd, India’s largest oil and gas producer, has been ranked 197 in the coveted Fortune Global 500 list. This ranking has come on the back of robust fiscal and physical performance in FY’18, in-spite of volatile global oil prices and operational challenges faced by the company.