Part of the core team that launched News Corp Infracircle, News Corp’s first digital news media platform dedicated to the Indian infrastructure space. I currently cover road transport, highways, shipping and the railways sectors.
Worked at Tehelka Magazine as a national correspondent and Busines...
New Delhi: The domestic solar manufacturers lobby says it is hopeful of relief on the issue of dumping of Chinese solar panels as a result of the investigation initiated by the commerce ministry’s arm Directorate General of Anti-Dumping ( DGAD ).The probe by DGAD was initiated after a petition was filed on 2 June, 2017 by Indian Solar Manufactures Association (ISMA) on behalf of Indosolar Limited Jupiter Solar Power and Jupiter International.
New Delhi: Road transport, highways and shipping minister Nitin Gadkari has said the government aims to develop infrastructure for running all public transport on electricity.“I saw electric buses using inductive charging technology, which is a way of wirelessly charging a bus, in Sweden recently. I even spoke of developing an electric highway.
New Delhi: Indian Railways lost savings to the tune of Rs 3,006 crore on account of delays in execution 21 projects out of 29 projects which were examined by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India ( CAG ).
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