The Congress alleged that owing to indiscreet decision of Chief Minister Raman Singh, BJP Government in the State has exhausted over Rs 1,000 crore of tax payer's money for producing diesel from j

The Bilaspur High Court has struck down land acquisition by the Chhattisgarh government for setting up four power projects in Raigarh and Janjgir-Champa districts.

Hydrogen-propelled locomotive is the next big thing that the Indian Railways has set its eyes on.

A team of students led by Pannu Haldar from Bilaspur glorified the name of nation as their “Sustainable Green Transport Plan” won the first prize at the international competition hosted by UN Decad

In view of the rising level of pollution in atmosphere, which affects all sections of society a committee for pollution control was formed by renowned individuals that include intellectuals, offici

The much-delayed oil pipeline from Paradip to Ranchi via Raipur may see light of day soon.

About 80,000 children living in Raipur, Mahasamund and Durg districts between age group 3 to 15 years are suffering from sickle cell anemia a generic disorder that can be fatal.

Production at the public sector Bhilai Steel Plant dipped in the 2011-12 fiscal from the previous financial year, the management said Tuesday, blaming the aging coke oven batteries for the fall.

GMR Infrastructure has put the development of its Rs 7,000-crore power project at Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh, on the backburner, thanks to coal shortages.

The company acquired this 1,370-Mw project from SKJ Powergen in 2009. It was to be commissioned in 2014. “Private power producers are so much bruised on Thursday, they do not dare to set up anything new. No one can put up any capacity in this kind of situation,” said A Subba Rao, chief financial officer of GMR.

Among the other safety measures announced by Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi in his budget on Wednesday are increasing the number of trains to be escorted by RPF/GRP personnel to 3,500 and integration of the RPF helpline with the All-India Passenger Helpline.

As part of the Railways' green initiative, 2,500 coaches will be equipped with bio-toilets, 200 remote stations will be powered by solar energy, solar-lighting systems will be installed at 1,000 manned level crossing gates, and two bio-diesel plants will be commissioned at Raipur and Tondiarpet.

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