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Mangal Dev, Head of Hitachi Rail Systems Co., India & South Asia Region affirms that the time is ripe for the development of a network of bullet train projects in the country.
India is on the verge of water crisis today. The crisis is twofold: major losses in potable water supply and inadequate sewage treatment facilities across the country.
In an exclusive interview, Nadir Patel, High Commissioner, Government of Canada, expressed his views on how experienced Indian companies can pitch in and formulate joint ventures with Canadian companies to take advantage of Canada's billion dollar infrastructure programme.
Minister of Railways Suresh Prabhu unveiled ‘Mission 41k’ during a roundtable discussion with external stakeholders on energy initiatives taken up by the Indian Railways. Prabhu said that the Ministry of Railways had come up with Mission 41k to save Rs 41,000 crore in the next decade in Railways’ energy costs.
Coal India Ltd (CIL) has reported that its coal production grew by only 0.2 per cent to 230.06 million tonnes (MT) in the April to September period as compared to 229.54 MT of coal produced in the first six months of the last fiscal.
The Ministry of Coal (MoC) is targeting coal production of 1.5 billion tonnes. Of this one billion tonnes will come from Coal India Limited (CIL) and the remaining 500 million tonnes will come from non-CIL sources, particularly from the mines that are presently being auctioned or allocated to non-Coal India entities.
In the midst of many promising opportunities, the water sector is grappling with problems related to slow project off-take and liquidity concerns. As we welcome the New Year, it is a good time to reflect on the developments
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has asked state-run banks to clean-up their balance sheets of non-performing assets, saying the government was willing to take the necessary policy corrective measures to help them.