Your browser does not support JavaScript or it may be disabled!
 India As It Happens
Rediff Labs will showcase innovative products that rediff is working on behind the scenes.
News   |   Images
Get Realtime News
on your webpage

About 559 results for "national fertiliser limited"


Public sector units National Fertilisers Limited (NFL), Engineers India Limited (EIL) and Fertiliser Corporation of India Limited have formed a joint venture (JV) company called Ramagundam Fertilisers and Chemicals (RFC) on 17 Feb ... 4 Traders, 1 month ago
NFL, EIL form JV company for revival of Ramagundam plant Business Standard India, 1 month ago

ENGRO : holds seminar for awareness on health, safety, environment

Engro Fertilizer Limited hosted its sixth National Health , Safety and Environmental (HSE) seminar here to create awareness among the participants on the best practices, innovative solutions and creative ideas on successful HSE compliance. Each ...
 4 Traders1 month ago

Piyush Goyal to dedicate two coal mines to nation

Union power minister Piyush Goyal on Sunday will inaugurate the largest open cast project in Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) at Penganga in Vidarbha, which has a production capacity of four million tonne per year. Two other mines —Makardhokra open cast and ...
 Asian Age4 weeks ago

Singareni offered equity in Ramagundam fertiliser project

Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) on Thursday said it has been given an offer to join as one of the equity partners to the Ramagundam fertiliser plant, which was proposed to be revived at an investment of Rs 5,000 crore. National ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

INSECTICIDES INDIA : To go national with bio-fertiliser `mycoraja'

Insecticides (India) Ltd (IIL) intends to commercialise Mycoraja, its maiden bio-product, ahead of the onset of the Kharif season with the aim of establishing a footprint in the Rs5,000-crore market segment. While the product had been ...
 4 Traders3 weeks ago

FG Reiterates Commitment To Fertiliser Import Ban

The Minister of National Planning Commission (NPC), Dr Abubakar Suleiman, has said that the Federal government would soon introduce a policy that would ensure that products which the country has comparative advantage to produce, particularly ... month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Sindri has had enough

Employees of Sindri Fertiliser Factory campaign fortheir mann ki baat programme in Sindri on Wednesday. Picture by Gautam Dey Fed-up of promises, former employees of Sindri Fertiliser Factory (SFF) have decided to pressure the government to ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago
Indian Express

And not a drop to drink

With the total availability of water being limited, its per capita availability decreases in direct proportion to the increase in population. Though water covers nearly 75 per cent of the earth's surface, fresh water that can be utilised for ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Indian Express

Modi blasts farmers for 'excessive' use of fertilisers

Prime Minster Narendra Modi on Monday criticised unscientific agricultural practices being deployed by farmers in Punjab, saying that chasing immediate dividends could have serious long-term repercussions on cultivable land and crop produce. Modi said the ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago PM Narendra Modi keeps mum on drugs  Indian Express3 weeks ago

Time the govt fixed the urea problem

There has been a serious anomaly in the policy framework for fertiliser for the last five years. It was expected that this would be addressed in this year's Budget, but that did not happen. The anomaly is that urea is under direct control. Its MRP ...
 Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago
Prev | Next
Personalize your Realtimeclose [x]
Add content to your personalized tab - My News
Add upto 6 topics of your interest:
for eg.2g Scam , World
Personalize the tabs display. ( You can add or remove the tabs )
AlertsGet updates on latest news & your favourite topics right in your inbox.Set an Alert|Manage your Alerts


Realtime News

on your Webpage

Add Widget >Get your members hooked!
Get updated on latest news & your favorite topics right in your inbox!
More     Less