Centre's Plan Not To Focus On Just Emergency Measures

The Centre and the AAP government in Delhi will jointly tell the Supreme Court on Thursday that they are in favour of stiff charges being levied on thousands of trucks that lumber through the Capit

The NDA government's rewrite of the land bill, though slammed for being “anti-farmer“, attempts to correct more than 50 drafting and typographical errors, omissions and contradictions that actually

The Manmohan Singh government has had to abandon its bid to facilitate mining in at least a handful of a hundred-odd coal blocks being scanned by the Supreme Court since September 2012.

NEW DELHI: Among the first decisions the new environment minister Veerappa Moily took on Tuesday was to seek fresh opinions on the ban on big projects in the Western Ghats after a meeting with Maha

If PM Manmohan Singh’s efforts to perk up India’s slowing growth are not quite paying off, the case of a 1,900 MW power plant cleared by the Cabinet Committee on Investment (CCI) on Wednesday —12 years after it received all approvals — may provide a part of the answer.

The foundation stone of NTPC’s proposed plant at Chatra in Jharkhand was laid by then PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 1999. But a relentless turf war all but put paid to Rs 250 crore invested by NTPC since 2000.