If ‘e-mobility’ takes off in a big way, it could adversely affect the demand for petrol and diesel in domestic as well as in overseas markets, potentially upending the calculations of India’s refiners.
Senior leader Jairam Ramesh on Friday alleged that the work IFGE had done for ministries and departments under Gadkari’s control was a violation of rules that govern the conduct of civil servants.
A short story that won a recent competition on the theme of road safety.
To Boost Their Vidarbha State Ambitions, Gadkari, Fadnavis Try to Bring Investments to Sleepy Nagpur
The people of Vidarbha are happy to be part of a developed state like Maharashtra, but both politicians have other plans.
The Indian government seems to have fallen for the Big Business’ agenda of using electric cars even as climate change is accelerating.
Nitin Gadkari needs more than a silver bullet to meet the deadline of cleaning up the Ganga which remains one of Modi’s showpiece schemes.
Comments critical of “dangerous” project are not shown amidst ambiguity over Jaggi Vasudev’s stand, and real reason for rivers rally.
While the NHAI officials have denied any knowledge of the money found in media kits, the incident is being viewed as BJP’s attempt to unethically influence the political narrative in the state.
The electric taxi is one of the ambitious projects of the NDA government, part of the UNDP millennium goals and also a method to tackle increasing pollution in the country.
A roundup of news this week from the Northeast.
Modi wants to conquer India by hook or by crook. His governors are his co-conspirators. He has put the constitution on a slippery slope.
Party with three MLAs that campaigned on anti-saffron platform will now join hands to bring the BJP back to power.
Comments by Nitin Gadkari and Amit Shah have fired up speculation on the BJP’s choice for the chief ministerial candidate for Goa.
The draft National Litigation Policy aims to make government an efficient litigant, however, the law ministry is yet to provided a timeline for its implementation.
A round-up of what’s happening in India’s Northeast.
Northeast Dispatch: Assam to Get its Own Population Policy; Seven Districts Formed Amid Opposition From Naga Groups
A round-up of what’s happening in India’s Northeast.
Former bureaucrat E.A.S. Sarma is deeply critical of ministers, who by celebrating lavish weddings, are failing to set an example for the people at a time when money is hard to come by.
Government will also do away with all high denomination notes eventually, the outfit claims
Modi and his band of cheerleaders are discovering now that there is no magic wand.
Over 60 years ago, a Bollywood film had also talked about how ‘achche din’ – the phrase Narendra Modi adopted as his electoral signature in 2014 – would never come for the poor.
Swaraj Abhiyan founder Prashant Bhushan discusses the Essar tapes and other scams, the role of whistleblowers and his fallout with Arvind Kejriwal.
Both the BJP-ruled Central government and the AAP-run Delhi government are equally guilty of stalling the issue and doing nothing.
Since the highway Tripura uses to transport most necessities is closed because of water logging and the lack of maintenance, the state is close to running out of stocks.
The NGT has ordered all over ten-year-old diesel vehicles to be deregistered, while the government may introduce Euro 6 norms for cleaner diesel this month.
Sidhu and his wife had been unhappy ever since Amit Shah became the BJP national president as their open outbursts against the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leadership did not go down well with Shah.
As Mumbai Port Trust goes into aggressive overdrive to reclaim its properties, thousands worry they may soon be without a home
Youth and two-wheeler riders are the most prone to fatal accidents, a report released by the transport ministry has found.
The true measure of the success of the Chabahar port project will be if it is implemented quickly and leads to a quantum leap in Indian trade and investment relations with Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia.
The government will issue a notification on June 2 making it mandatory for buses to have emergency buttons, CCTV cameras and tracking devices in order to make them safer for women commuters.
India will invest billions of dollars in setting up industries in Chabahar and transport corridors around it.
Panagariya’s claims that the Modi government is responsible for an “infrastructure turnaround” are irrelevant, misleading or simply false.
Pointing out that an average of 380 lives are lost in accidents every day, MPs and experts are pushing for new legislation to be passed.
Negotiators from Afghanistan, India and Iran have reached agreement on the contours of a deal that will turn an Iranian port near Pakistan into the hub through which all roads to the region from India will run.
Promises made by the BJP and a shifting vote base in Majuli, Jorhat district, Assam seems to be tilting the balance in favour of the BJP.
Citizens are worried that a an expensive coastal road project could be very destructive for the environment and the city’s waterfront
Sections 499-500 of the IPC are vestiges from India’s colonial past that are not appropriate for a modern democracy.
The scandal surrounding Lalit Modi and senior BJP leaders has snowballed because Narendra Modi has committed himself to just one course of action, which is not to act at all.
The BJP has not contested the authenticity of the signed document, instead urging that the “context” in which the Rajasthan Chief Minister backed the fugitive ex-IPL boss needs to be understood.