Vienna: Opec agreed on Friday on a modest increase in oil production from next month after its leader Saudi Arabia persuaded arch-rival Iran to cooperate, following calls from major consumers to curb rising fuel costs.
Patna: Encouraged by the growing number of consumers who pay electricity bill online, the power distribution companies – North Bihar Power Distribution Company Limited (NBPDCL) and South Bihar Power Distribution Company Limited (SBPDCL) – are going to launch a special drive to encourage more consumers to pay their bills online.
Dhanbad: The 21-hour blackout at Patliputra Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) since Wednesday midnight has exposed a rot that runs deeper than it seems in the state-run heal hub.
Paris: Airbus issued its strongest warning yet over the impact of Britain’s departure from the EU, saying a withdrawal without a deal would force it to reconsider its long-term position and put thousands of British jobs at risk.
OPEC has reached an agreement in principle to boost oil production, achieving a last-minute compromise that overcame Iran’s threats to veto any supply hike.
Despite strong opposition from Iran, OPEC and its allies have come to a preliminary agreement to raise production by a theoretical 1 million barrels a day. However, the actual increase will be smaller as several countries are unable to raise output.
Imagine a large hotel using several air-conditioners, heaters, electric stoves, washing plants etc., and having a sanctioned power connection load of just 5 to 10 KW. Normally, 5 KW power load is sanctioned for use in houses.
India on Friday made its first official move to clampdown against big bank loan defaulters under a new law as the Enforcement Directorate (ED) moved a court against liquor baron Vijay Mallya seeking to declare him a ‘fugitive offender’ and to confiscate his assets worth Rs 12,500 crore.
Air India on Friday unveiled the revamped first class and business class in its fleet of Boeing aircraft flying to international destinations to woo high-end travellers and increase the occupancy from 60% to over 80%.
Despite the state government’s notification making it mandatory for its public works department (PWD) and civic bodies to use plastic waste for tar roads, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said it will first undertake a study to check how effective the method is. Experts say that plastic roads can rid the city of potholes and…