The International Energy Agency (IEA) on Thursday said that Asian financial turmoil would cause a stronger than expected slowdown in growth in world oil demand in

The government has permitted export of value-added herbal formulations, ayurvedic drug formulations etc made out of plants obtained from wild as per the export-import policy prior to March 25, 1996

The US-based Detratech has formed a joint venture with the Indian company, Technofab to set up a Rs 1 crore common effluent treatment project in the chemical zone at Kurkumbh in Pune district.

India is likely to ask for the maximum time permissible for 15 months for putting in place the patent protection mechanisms required by the World Trade Organisation. As the WTO's appellate body has

Agro-scientists in India have worked out a novel scheme to transfer technology from 'Lab to Land' for rehabilitation of degraded

India and the US would collaborate in a research and development project to study vast reserves of methane hidden under the deep sea floor ,which may form a potential source of energy in the

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has recommended a 10 per cent duty on equipment imports by refineries which presently enjoy zero imports duty status. This levy can go hand in hand with the

Controversial Israeli tycoon 'Carl' Eisenberg has finally decided to quit as promoter of the Rs 3000 crore, 700 mw Yamunagar power project in Haryana . Eisenberg has dumped the power purchase

The Uttar Pradesh government has set the target to generate an additional 5000 mw electricity by 2002 by involving the private sector in a big way, state energy minister Naresh Agrawal has

Statisticians and engineers need to collaborate on a large-scale in management of water resources and controlling environmental pollution, according to J L Teugels of the Karhokieke University ,