After US incident, aviation ministry tells flyers that the seat is not a sleeper berth
Indian shores, new skiesThe debate on reclining aircraft seats, sparked by a viral video of a passenger repeatedly punching a reclined seat in front of him on a domestic flight in US earlier this month, has reached Indian shores, new skies.
Finance Ministry's rule change may hit 1,000 km road projects
As a norm, any PPP project costing over Rs 2,000 crore is sent to the PPP Appra...
Adani Group gets a Lutyens' showpiece at bargain price
After NCLT resolution, 3.4 acre bungalow to change hands for Rs 400 cr while debtor ex...
People sitting on roads to force their opinion on others is a form of terrorism: Kerala governor
Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan on Friday, in an indirect criticism of Shaheen Bagh protestors, said people sitting on roads and disrupting normal life to force their opinion on others is a form of terrorism.
Noida road, shut due to Shaheen Bagh protest, opened briefly to ease congestion
There was no official confirmation yet on the resumption of traffic for about 40 minutes on the key road near Shaheen Bagh, which was barricaded by the Uttar Pradesh and Delhi Police since December 15 last year.
India needs to invest $109 billion to halve its road crash fatalities in next decade: World Bank report
The report titled "Delivering Road Safety in India" was released at the 'Third Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety' in Stockholm. It points to the high death rate on India's roads caused by chronic lack of investment in systemic, targeted, and sustained road safety programmes and identifies relevant investment priorities to reverse the trend.
With 4 deaths in Iran and more on 3 continents, fears of Coronavirus pandemic rise
Detection failures resulted in multiple chains of as-yet-undetected human-to-human transmission.
IL&FS proposes InvIT for road assets
The group, whose management was superseded by the government in 2018, has submitted the proposal to the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) but experts say approval could take some time as there are no rules governing the creation of the kind of InvIT proposed by IL&FS.
China's coronavirus death toll crosses 2,300, WHO team to visit Wuhan
By the end of Friday, a total of 2,345 people died of the disease and 76,288 confirmed cases of novel coronavirus infection had been reported from all over the country.
Govt to set up inter-ministerial panel on LIC IPO shortly
The government will set up an inter-ministerial group (IMG) with Secretaries from the Corporate Affairs, and Law Ministries as well as the Finance Ministry's three Secretaries to clear the initial issues on LIC listing shortly.
Detailed skilling road map soon
Skills development ministry will soon roll out a detailed and ready-to implement road map for taking skilling to another level as Prime Minister Narendra Modi envisions making India the skills capital of the world.
9% of total railway budget 2020 allocated to North Eastern states: Assam Governor
Prof. Jagdish Mukhi said that government of India is very liberal in investing in infrastructure to eliminate service backlogs of North East with special emphasis on rural areas.
Finance ministry collecting data to assess extent of financial exclusion in West Bengal, Bihar and northeast
The survey is being carried out five years into the introduction of the government’s flagship financial inclusion scheme, Prime Minister Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY).
Coronavirus slows China's Belt and Road push
China's top regulator of state-run cos said that virus has caused "difficulties" on some overseas projects.
Norm change may hit 1,000 km road projects
The finance ministry’s decision to treat highway projects as a single entity that cannot be divided into small packages could impact award of about 1,000 km of key infrastructure projects, including the Delhi-Mumbai and Ahmedabad-Dholera Expressways.
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