The NDA government has in recent months reiterated its plan to advance the timelines for rolling out BS-VI fuel norms across the country by skipping a stage (BS-V) entirely.

Madhya Pradesh outpaced all the major states to top the economic growth charts with a scorching 11 per cent growth in 2013-14 — a year when India recorded its second successive year of sub-5 per ce

The Centre is looking to move amendments to the Atomic Energy Act, 1962 to enable the licensing of three joint ventures proposed by state-owned Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd — with NTPC Lt

With the China factor looming large, the Centre is belatedly trying to make up for lost time in setting up hydroelectric projects on the Brahmaputra’s Siang Basin in Arunachal Pradesh.

With the 1,000 MWe (mega watt electrical) first unit of the Kudankulam nuclear project scheduled to be commissioned next month, a slugfest has erupted among the power-starved southern states to ens

With radiation scare leading to a clampdown on mobile tower installations, the most discernible fallout is the rising incidence of call drops in cities such as Delhi and Mumbai.

Ironically, the more serious worry is that weaker signals are forcing mobile handsets to compensate by ramping up transmission power, effectively resulting in higher radiation exposure for users from the phone itself.

The biggest collateral damage in the witch-hunt against undeserving firms that were allocated coal blocks by the UPA is that some deserving candidates could find themselves facing the short end of

The biggest casualty of the Comptroller and Auditor General’s latest set of reports, especially the more politically damaging coal allocation audit, could be the embattled UPA government’s resolve

The coal scare for the embattled power sector is only set to get worse.