22 Jul 2014
New Delhi: State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) will fast-track development of natural gas discoveries in its Krishna Godavari basin block with first gas planned no later than April 1, 2018.
18 Jul 2014
Surat: The Indian Coast Guard here on Thursday launched three high-speed interceptor boats to be used mainly for patrolling. "Indian Coast Guard Interceptor Boats (IB) ICGS C-411, C-412 and C-413 were launched today," an official statement said.
27 Mar 2014
New Delhi: Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson, who is recuperating from toe infection, is all set to start his new innings in cash rich Indian Premier League (IPL) with new club - Kings XI Punjab (KXIP).
18 Mar 2014
DHAKA: Australia will miss injured paceman Mitchell Johnson but their bowling attack remains potent enough to help them win a maiden World Twenty20 title in Bangladesh, captain George Bailey said on Tuesday.
08 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has notified that the minimum broadband speed has been raised to 512 kilo bytes per second (kbps) from the earlier 256 kbps.
08 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Introduction of bullet trains starting off with the Mumbai-Ahmedabad sector and an ambitious plan to have a Diamond Quadrilateral network of high speed rail connecting major metros and growth centres are on the anvil.
15 Feb 2014
PRETORIA: Mitchell Johnson continued to scythe his way through the South African batting order as he took three more wickets on the third day of the first test to end with a figures of 7-68 as Australia bowled out the hosts for 206 in the opening session on Friday.
09 Dec 2013
Adelaide: Mitchell Johnson says he is relishing his intimidatory bowling, which has rattled England, earned him two man-of-the-match performances and put Australia on the edge of winning back the Ashes.
30 Jun 2014
Washington: A US scientist claims to have found evidence that suggests the speed of light as described by Einstein's theory of general relativity, is slower than it has been known.
03 Jul 2014
New Delhi: In order to ensure high speed connectivity between Agra and New Delhi, the Indian Railways successfully conducted the trial run of the semi-high speed train on Thursday. The train is said to have covered a distance of 200 km in the targeted 90 minutes.