Says Report Ignores Subsidies Offered By Developed Nations

New Delhi: India is expected to stand firm on its fuel subsidy regime at the meeting of G20 finance ministers at Busan in South Korea on Friday and tear into a report prepared for the grouping, blaming government dole for encouraging inefficient use of fossil fuels and discouraging a switch to greener energy sources.

The solar park located in the Garden of Five Senses is lying in a state of neglect, due to lack of skilled manpower to run it
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2013 May See Prototype Glide Back Using Its Own Engines

Washington: The US air force is making a prototype reusable rocket that can fly itself back to the launch site.

New Delhi: In a move that may significantly raise your commuting costs, increase cooking gas prices and lead to a marginal hike in power tariff, the Cabinet on Wednesday more than doubled the price of natural gas controlled by the government. As a result, CNG rates in the capital are expected to rise Rs 6 per kg and the price of piped cooking gas by Rs 3.50 per unit in Delhi and Mumbai.

Operating Costs Of Buses To Also Go Up, DTC

Opens Up Turf War With Power Min, Undercuts India

Gangtok: The next time you stop by in Sikkim, you might want to look for a souvenir with a difference

Venice (Louisiana): US president Barack Obama heads to Louisiana on Sunday to rally faltering efforts to protect its vulnerable shores from a giant oil slick which is threatening environmental and economic catastrophe.

New Delhi: The power ministry has opposed a move for immediate imposition of import barriers, including slapping of upto 14% safeguards duty, on power generation equipment from China to protect domestic manufacturers such as state-run Bhel.

Work On Four Plants To End Only By July-End

New Delhi: Several areas of Delhi continued to face major outages on Monday even as the government claimed that it had sufficient power to meet the summer demand.