22 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Delhi Metro has revised its minimum recharge amount using token vending machines (TVMs) to Rs 100 from Rs 200.
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.
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.
21 Jul 2014
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh government has approved a proposal for offering 26 percent stake to Europe's largest oil company Royal Dutch Shell in a gas project at Kakinada.
20 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Realty firm Logix group plans to raise Rs 250 crore from foreign investors for the development of its ongoing mixed-use commercial project in Noida.
18 Jul 2014
Jaipur: Rajasthan government on Thursday launched the country's first and biggest skills development project aimed at creating employment opportunities for the youth.
17 Jul 2014
New Delhi: In its bid to provide greater convenience to commuters, the Delhi Metro on Thursday announced a reduction in fares by up to 40 percent on its Airport Express line.
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.
08 Jul 2014
Guwahati: In the wake of worst-ever flood in the city, the administration is working on Rs 750-crore project to revamp the drainage system of the state capital.
15 Jul 2014
Chandigarh: The budget session of Punjab Assembly commencing in Chandigarh on Tuesday is likely to be a stormy affair with opposition Congress geared up to corner Shriomani Akali Dal (SAD)-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ruling alliance on several issues, including drug menace, power ‘shortage’ and ‘soaring’ sand and gravel prices.