Go for digital businesses to create long-term wealth: Dipan Mehta
"If this correction gets deeper, then the best place to hide would be the software companies."
Banks, NBFCs and fintechs have specific roles in addressing the credit gap for small businesses
Compared to international markets, MSMEs in I...
PM Modi inaugurates Kolkata Metro extension, several other railway projects in West Bengal
PM Modi on Monday inaugurated the extension of Kol...
Setting up demo unit for hyperloop would be good achievement for India: VK Saraswat
Niti Aayog Member V K Saraswat, who is heading a committee to explore the technological and commercial viability of the Virgin Hyperloop technology, further said the technology in the country has to be part of the Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative.
Rail roko: Protesting farmers sit on tracks in Punjab, Haryana; officials stop trains at stations
Bharti Kisan Union (Ekta Ugrahan) members will block railway tracks at 22 places, including at Nabha, Mansa, Barnala, Bathinda, Ferozepur, Jalandhar and Tarn Taran, in Punjab, the organisation's general secretary Sukhdev Singh Kokrikalan said.
Budget 2021: Railways has been set on track to raise revenues, meet expenses, invest in infrastructure
NRP was realistic about the difficulties of financing the bulk of capital expenditure over the coming decade through budgetary resources alone, while stressing the need for extra budgetary resources, including private sector participation and asset sales.
View: Indian Railways must match its climate credentials with waste management
Personally, I love long train journeys. Travelling on the Coromandel Express from Howrah to Chennai, Netravati Express from Mangalore to Mumbai (when it ran on metre gauge), and the Rajdhani from Delhi to Mumbai and Kolkata are some of my favourite travel memories.
Indian Railways plans to improve its operating ratio soon
According to the railway officials, the operating ratio shows how efficiently the national transporter is operating and how healthy its finances are.
Completion of 200 long pending projects during COVID period helped Railways plan for future: Goyal
"Technology will be overarching support system which will ensure that Indian Railways works to a plan for a better future for logistics & transport, both of passenger and goods," he said.
Cold storage business to grow post-Covid: Trane Technologies
“By July, by the end of the first phase of the vaccination drive, we should be back to double digit growth,” Kishor Patil, India leader for commercial HVAC and transport, at Trane Technologies told ET. He added that the new proposed farm laws, if they succeed in corporatizing agriculture and paving the way for more farm produce to find their way to supermarkets will also boost the growth of cold storage solutions.
How Indian Railways is taking on the Atmanirbhar Bharat challenge, in 5 points
DMRC took a major step towards the development of an indigenously-built signalling technology for metro trains in line with the govt's flagship 'Make in India' initiative.
National Railway Plan to boost operating ratio: Railway Board Chairman VK Yadav
“By 2024, we should see a significant improvement in our operating ratio,” Yadav said in an interview. “We are trying to improve our operating expenses by introducing technology and upgrading our infrastructure.”
Railways to identify officers with technical aptitude for training as online troubleshooters
The Railway Board, in a directive to all general managers, has said that the working of Indian Railways has been increasingly shifting to ICT platform.
Indian Railways extends pact with IIT-Kanpur to facilitate research on railway modernisation
The memorandum of understanding (MoU) will facilitate research in the core areas of electrical locomotive, locomotive control and communication systems, traction installation and driver interface systems, among others, through the Centre for Railway Research (CRR) at IIT-Kanpur.
Private entry in railways to increase employment, bring new technology, enable trains on demand: Rlys
The move by the Railways to privatise 151 trains on 109 routes has been criticised by opposition parties which have alleged that the poor people's lifeline was being taken away. Railway Board Chairperson VK Yadav said only 5 per cent of the trains are being given to private operators while 95 per cent of them will be run by the railways on the fare structure fixed by the national transporter.