New Delhi: Consumers will have to fork out up to 40 paise a litre more for motor fuels in 13 cities that will upgrade to Euro-IV quality. Petroleum secretary S Sundareshan on Monday confirmed that the government was considering a differential pricing for Euro-IV petrol and diesel but declined to say by how much the prices would be higher from Euro-III fuels being sold now.

The State government will buy 850 MW of power for two months from March 1 to mitigate the power shortage in the State, Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa announced in Bangalore on Tuesday.

Addressing a press conference, Yeddyurappa said the gap between the demand and supply of power exceeded nine million units per day as on Tuesday.

Subhash Chandra NS, Bangalore, DH News Service:
Saturday, May 09, 2009, 1:30 [IST]

The State government had promised an exclusive 5,000 megawatt mw) plant to the City. Now, the 2,100 mw CCBPP, the first in the State and the closest to Bangalore, is finally happening.

the controversial Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor Project has got a fresh lease of life. The October 6 order of the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (kspcb) withdrawing the consent