CHENNAI: IndiGo has launched its fifth service from Trichy to Singapore and a new Kolkata-Singapore direct flight. The services began on September 15.
NEW DELHI: India is considering asking the central bank to offer dollars directly to oil marketing companies or through a state-run bank, a government source said on Thursday, as part of steps to stem a fall in the rupee.
NEW DELHI: The renewable energy ministry on Wednesday stepped in to keep funds flowing for green energy projects by assuring banks and lending institutions the tariffs being discovered through bidding were viable investments to fund.
MUMBAI: As part of its international expansion, low cost carrier IndiGo is set to launch its first daily flight from Amritsar to Dubai.
RAMANATHAPURAM : Acceding to the request of TANGEDCO to amend the environment clearance (EC) granted to the 2×800 MW Uppur Supercritical Thermal Power Plant, worth `12,655 crore, the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has removed special condition number XLIV which says, “No waterbodies including natural drainage system shall be disturbed due to activities…
TALCHER: With only two days left for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Talcher, uncertainty shrouds the foundation stone laying programme for the Rs 9,795 crore NTPC-TTPS expansion project.
VIJAYAWADA:The sustained efforts of Andhra Pradesh government in effective usage of energy and promotion of renewable energy resources have earned the State 10 more national awards.
The rupee on Tuesday slid further paise to settle at a record low of 72.98 against the US currency due to surging crude oil prices and escalating trade war worries.
CHENNAI: In what appears to be yet another environmental violation against the fragile coastal ecosystem of Ennore, the Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) is laying a Regasified Liquefied Natural Gas (R-LNG) pipeline across the wetlands of Ennore creek allegedly without obtaining the necessary Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) clearance. However, IOCL officials have refuted these allegations,…
The Delhi Police Crime Branch has busted a gang who were cheating youths seeking jobs in Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) by employing a unique modus operandi.