Kirit Parikh, former Planning Commission member and oil-and-gas expert, says in an interview to CNBC-TV18, that consumers have accepted revisions in petrol prices and less frequent price revisions would lead to OMCS charging more. Money Control, 4 weeks ago
Urgent need to increase gas prices: Kirit Parikh - Economic Times, 1 month ago
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If the finance ministry has its way, a new pricing policy for petrol and diesel will soon be put into place that will benefit consumers by bringing down the price of the two fuels by anywhere between Rs. 1- 2 a litre each. The new pricing mechanism ...Hindustan Times, 20 hours ago New policy may lower petrol, diesel price by Rs. 2 Hindustan Times, 20 hours ago
Last Friday, Standard and Poors said in its review: We may lower the rating if we conclude that slower government reforms than we currently expect would not lead economic growth to recover to levels experienced earlier this decade. Chidambaram ...Firstpost.com, 1 day ago
NEW DELHI: The government's plan to sell a 10% stake in state-run (IOC) may get delayed after a committee has been constituted to resolve dispute between the finance and oil ministries over computation of fuel subsidies. State oil firms have ...Economic Times, 1 day ago
Opening of India's Premier Power Event Emphasises Importance of Improved Power Generation Capacity and Deliverables
/PRNewswire/ -- The 2013 POWER-GEN India & Central Asia and co-located Renewable Energy World India and HydroVision India conference and exhibition was officially opened with an Inauguration Ceremony attended by over 280 officials and delegates from ...OSIX News, 1 week ago Opening of Indias Premier Power Event Emphasises Impo. . . Equities.com, 1 week ago
The government and the policy makers have taken favourable steps towards financial restructuring of distribution companies, creating national grid connectivity, providing for tariff revisions etc. The has witnessed a remarkable period in the last 5 ...India Infoline, 1 week ago
New Delhi, May 1 (IANS) The national clean energy fund, which was launched in 2010 and has in its kitty over Rs.8,000 crore, is severely under-utilised and seems to be heading nowhere due to lack of clear-cut strategy and focus, experts have said.News Track India, 3 weeks ago Clean energy fund underutilised lacks of focus Experts New Delhi News.Net, 3 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: In the report it submitted last week, the parliamentary standing committee on coal observed that the inter-ministerial group (IMG) whose recommendations formed the basis of allotment of two large coal blocks to private players for ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago Parliamentary standing committee finds flaws in coal-to-liquid allotment Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
Committee says two coal-to-liquid projects were allocated to private firms while ignoring govt firms Utpal Bhaskar Coal demand in India is expected to grow from 649mt a year now to 730mt a year in 2016-17. Photo: Reuters New Delhi: The parliamentary ...Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
Environmental and Social Sustainability: Key Issues and Concerns - Address by Dr. K. C. Chakrabarty, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India at the Yes BankGIZUNEP Sustainability Series event on Environment and Social Risk Management, on April 23, 2013
Mr. Robert Tacon, Tutor, United Nations Environment Programme- Financial Initiative (UNEP FI); Ms. Stefanie Bauer, Advisor, Private Sector Development, GIZ; Mr. Pralay Mondal, Senior Group President Retail & Business Banking, Yes Bank; Mr. Mengqi ...Reserve Bank of India, 3 weeks ago
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