With multiple environmental violations and a grave potential risk to a densely populated island village – will the Kerala government allow Indian Oil to build an LPG terminal in Kochi’s Puthuvypeen?
Consumption of fuel totalled 17.36 million tonnes, data from the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) of the oil ministry showed.
Playing fast and loose with facts to a willing audience has not hurt either Narendra Modi or Amit Shah.
In spite of set protocols, an initial denial that a spill had occurred at all, followed by a failure to inform the coast guard, put the port’s lack of preparedness on display.
While the government painted a highly exaggerated picture of savings from the direct benefit transfers for LPG, the mainstream media played along with this portrayal.
Narendra Modi, who visits Qatar today, will find a country which holds position that resonate with India’s interests
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