28 Jul 2014
Melbourne: Australian government on Monday cleared the proposed Carmichael coal mine project of the Indian conglomerate Adani Mining in the Galilee Basin in central Queensland.
26 Jul 2014
Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi directed state minister for Minority Affairs Nazrul Islam to submit project proposals for allocation of funds for the Multi-sectoral Development Programme (MsDP).
18 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Adani Group firm Adani Mining and Posco E&C, an arm of South Korea's Posco, on Friday signed an agreement to construct a rail line to the Galilee Basin coal reserves in Queensland in Australia. "The rail project will lead to the opening of the Carmichael mine project which will deliver in excess of 10,000 jobs, and will also provide vital opportunities for Australian industry involvement," Adani Group said in a statement.
25 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Delhi Metro on Friday shut two stations due to a protest by UPSC aspirants, inconveniencing commuters. The two stations are Central Secretariat and Udyog Bhawan - both on Delhi Metro's yellow line.
25 Jul 2014
New Delhi: United Kingdom is looking to strengthen and deepen its partnership with India in the energy sector, a top UK official said on Friday. UK's Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Edward Davey also said that India can play a crucial part in addressing global climate change issues.
22 Jul 2014
New Delhi: The government is planning to offload its stake in certain profit-making infrastructure companies of Indian Railways, a move that will help such companies to get listed on stock exchanges as well as raise funds for exchequer.
25 Jul 2014
Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi asked Power department officials to purchase electricity from national grid to meet the existing daily shortfall of 200-300 MW in the state.
24 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Aadhaar enrolments of 73.71 crore have been done till mid-July, with 8.45 crore rejections because of various reasons.
05 Jul 2014
Mumbai: The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) has challenged in the Bombay High Court an order of its single-judge bench holding that the state government agency had no right to decide the fare of Mumbai Metro rail, which connects Versova to Ghatkopar.