Having already lost one week of operations due to the orders of the National Green Tribunal (NGT), 11 aviation companies have been given clearance by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA

In a bid to recast the urban landscape of the country to make urban areas more livable and inclusive besides driving the economic growth, the Union Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendr

Apparently worried about the possibility of strong public reaction, the Road Transport and Highways Ministry has watered down the penalties it had originally proposed in the Draft Road Transport an

Cabinet relaxes rules for foreign investors
Reduces minimum built-up area Eases exit regulations
The minimum floor area reduced to 20,000 sq m from the earlier 50,000 sq m

In a major boost to the power generation in Jammu and Kashmir, the Centre today gave its consent for the construction of the 1000 MW Pakal Dul Hydroelectric Project at an estimated cost of Rs 8112.

Stating that infrastructure development was a key to the country’s progress, the Economic Survey for 2013-14 points out that the core sector investment in India has been hit due to design flaws in

The Coal Ministry today cancelled Urtan North coal block allocated jointly to Jindal Steel and Power (JSPL) and Monnet Ispat & Energy Ltd for delays in the development of reserves.

Eligibility criteria relaxed for Jindal Steel & Power, say officials

Though Coal Ministry is planning to take action against both private and public sector companies for not developing the coal blocks allocated to them over the past few years, it is learnt that some of these coal mines may have been allocated by ignoring the norms and criteria laid down for allocation of blocks by the ministry itself.

Continuing with the strong action as suggested by the Inter Ministerial Group (IMG) for not developing the coal mines, the Coal Ministry has issued show-cause notices to 12 companies, including pub