New Delhi The Planning Commission and the ministry of road, highway & transport have decided to resolve their differences over the the Delhi-Jaipur Expressway, billed as the country's first suc

New Delhi Only those public-private partnership (PPP) projects in the roads sector which have got all other clearances need to be put up before the PPP Appraisal Committee (PPPAC), the finance ministry has told the ministry of road transport and highways.

The PPP-AC, which is chaired by the secretary-economic affairs, is responsible for examining concession agreements from the financial angle, decide on guarantees to be extended, and generally assesses risk allocation from the investment and banking perspectives, before giving the nod for an infrastructure project in the PPP mode.

New Delhi Commerce and industry minister Anand Sharma has mooted a new formula to the group of ministers (GoM) on pharma pricing to keep prices of essential medicines in check.

New Delhi In a breather for GVK group company Alaknanda Hydro Power Co (AHPC), the Supreme Court has allowed the construction of the R3,675-crore Srinagar hydel project in Uttarakhand without any hindrance.

A bench headed by justice Dalveer Bhandari, while seeking reply from Anuj Joshi and Bharat Jhunjhunwala, the petitioners before the Uttarakhand High Court, said: “We make it clear that the construction of the dam may go on without any hindrance. However, during the interregnum period, public hearing by the ministry of environment and forest (MoEF) as directed by the high Court, shall remain stayed.”

New Delhi A quick overhaul of the country's $90-billion urbanisation project to build a Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor is round the corner as the government has readied its plan to allow Japan to

New Delhi In a written missive to chief secretaries, the Centre has urged them to ramp up their internal working process at the earliest, to ensure faster implementation of the national manufacturi

Village Roja Yakubpur (Noida Extension)In the courtyard of a small temple in Roja Yakubpur, one of the villages embroiled in a land acquisition dispute in Noida Extension, a couple of hundred farmers gathered on Monday to put forth their demands in front of Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) CEO Rama Raman.