MUMBAI: Road fatalities in Mumbai reduced by 21% from 490 in 2017 to 389 last year, indicating that interventions are making a difference. Fatal road crashes and deaths were the lowest in 2018 compared to the previous four years. The traffic police have attributed the reduction in figures to their focus on ‘black spots’ and […]
MUMBAI: The non-subsidised LPG price fell a sharp Rs 120.50 to rest at Rs 660 per 14.2 kg domestic cylinder in the city on Tuesday, the first day of the New Year. The overall fall was Rs 253.50 in the past two months, the biggest drop of late. Last month, the price of a non-subsidised […]
New Delhi, Jan 1 () Air India, which is going through an extremely difficult financial situation, is working to improve services as well as expand domestic and international routes, its chief Pradeep Singh Kharola said.
Crude oil imported from America is not cheap and a charter from the US takes 40-45 days to arrive in India as opposed to the 5-10 days from the Gulf. Yet, there is a push to buy US crude oil as it is expected to bring down the trade imbalance between Washington and New Delhi.
Oil prices ended in 2018 with losses for the first time since 2015
This has been the world’s largest poverty alleviation programme, said the Vice President of India
The Competition Commission of India (CCI) on Tuesday approved Resurgent PowerVentures Pvt Ltd’s acquisition of a 75 per cent stake in Prayagraj Power Generation Company Ltd.
The dues that power distribution companies (Discoms) owe generation companies (Gencos) have crossed ₹40,000 crore, according to industry players.
Mumbai: The Mumbai bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Tuesday allowed the government to reopen and recast the accounts of Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Ltd (IL&FS) and its subsidiaries, IL&FS Transportation Network Ltd and IL&FS Financial Services, for the past five years.
The Centre has stepped in to resolve the dispute between wind power project developers and the Gujarat State government over land allocation.
Road developer MEP Infrastructure has achieved financial closure for a hybrid annuity model (HAM) project in Maharashtra. The project involves the construction of eight lanes on the Vadape-Thane section of NH-3, which currently has just four lanes.
This is further to our intimation letter dated December 26, 2018, with respect to the application filed by the Union of India (acting through the Ministry of Corporate Affairs) before the National Company Law Tribunal (Mumbai) (NCLT) under Section 130(1) of the Companies Act, 2013, seeking permission to inter-alia re-open the books of accounts and […]