RPG Enterprises has started negotiating with US energy major, Enron Internationals, to sell out a portion of its equity in Balagarh Power Company, an RPG group unit setting up a 500 mw Rs 2,000

Shrimp farming business is not such an evil as it is made out to be, according to a recent ICAR -sponsored (Indian Council For Agricultural Research) study. Contrary to the governmental policy

In a landmark judgment, a division bench of the Gujarat High Court, on Monday, quashed the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests' (MoEF) order of January 9 which had rejected environmental

Researchers evaluating the role of institutional finance in the development of fisheries infrasturcture in the country feel the marine fisheries sector may be over capitalised leading to declining

The Indian Crop Protection Association (ICPA) claims that the spate of suicides by farmers in Andhra Pradesh caught in the cotton debt trap is the result of a poor agricultural credit system in

With the launch of five Iradium satellites to low-earth-orbit as many as 49 of the 66 Iridium satellites needed to commence commercial service in September are now in orbit.

The Maharashtra State Electricity Board has agreed to grant a further extension to two large power projects so that they can complete their financial closure. One is the 1084 mw Bhadravati power

By creating a separate directorate of sericulture in the textiles ministry, the Maharashtra government has given a boost to the silk industry in the state. Officials here believed that with just one

Scientists and researchers who attended an international symposium, at Kochi, have called for setting up a ministry exclusively to look after fisheries development, change in fishing techniques and

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL), plans to begin operations at its Vizag refinery by Tuesday. The facility was partially ravaged by a fire in mid-September which led to its closure for