Industry-The Economic Times 7 April 2018

India's first solar-powered island: Diu is setting an example for the rest of the country

Not just solar, this city is also exploring wind energy. By 2019, it prepares to set up windmills that generate 6.8 MW making it energy self-sufficient.

Read More →

Air India disinvestment: How to make Maharaja rule the skies again

Though Air India has lost its sheen, it is still a much-loved brand and has huge potential value, which can be unlocked by the right investor.

Read More →

How these companies are using tech to solve Bengaluru’s deep water crisis

Then came a recent report by the Centre for Science and Environment that the city was facing the same grim prospects as Cape Town in South Africa, which is counting down to the day it will have to turn off its taps to conserve water.

Read More →

Are herbal products really that natural as advertised in India?

In India, buyers often do not have enough information about such products but nevertheless make purchases based on advertisements and market positioning.

Read More →

Treasures of Terai: Dudhwa National Park promises a 'Jungle Book' experience

Once the day brightens, it’s time to sit atop an elephant and set out in search for the regal one-horned rhinoceros, which was first re-introduced in the park under the Rhinoceros Conservation Programme.

Read More →

Adani Ports inaugurates phase II of Dhamra Port

The expansion will help the company achieve its vision 2020 of 200 MMT, well ahead of time and we now aim to touch 500 MMT by the year 2025, APSEZ CEO Karan Adani said.

Read More →

Federal Bank ties up with Fortune Wealth to offer PIS services

The partnership will also facilitate NRI investment in India's vibrant equity markets through PIS, he said.

Read More →

Maharashtra to start free chemotherapy units in 10 district hospitals

The plan will start with hospitals in Nagpur, Gadchiroli, Pune, Amravati, Jalgaon, Nashik, Wardha, Satara, Bhandara and Akola, an official release said.

Read More →

Will achieve 100GW solar target ahead of 2022: Harsh Vardhan

The government has set a target of 175GW of renewable power by 2022 and out of it 100GW should be in solar. It will not be a problem, said Harsh Vardhan.

Read More →

Rakesh Kumar Vats given additional charge of NPPA Chairman

He replaces Bhupendra Singh who was made chairperson of National Authority for Chemical Weapons Convention under the Cabinet Secretariat.

Read More →
Calendar