First batch to replace current fleet of fossil fuel-powered vehicles The Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL) announced that it has introduced its first batch of 45 electric vehicles (EVs) in Mumbai airport to replace its current fleet of fossil fuel-powered vehicles. As part of its Operational Net Zero aim, the airport plans to switch all of its combustion-powered vehicles to EVs by 2029, said MIAL. According to the spokesperson, “Switching to electric vehicles will help to reduce carbon emissions, thereby lowering the airport’s carbon footprint.” In the forthcoming fiscal, the airport is considering deployment of 60 additional EVs, which includes...
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) will impose a fine of Rs 5 lakh each on infrastructure firms if their base transceiver stations (BTS) have not received environmental clearance by 15 November.
The Indian banking sector has withstood the global financial turmoil and continued to grow at a healthy pace.
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