Tuesday, January 25, 2022


Editorial: Polluters must pay

As the world leaders gather at Scotland’s Glasgow for the United Nations Climate Change Conference—COP26 (Conference of the Parties), the key question that needs...

10 cr women provided toilets, 4 cr houses got electricity in last 7 years: Amit Shah

New Delhi: Highlighting the efforts of the government towards the welfare of the underprivileged people, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday said that...

Complete development works in Grama Panchayats on war footing: Harish Rao

Harish Rao expressed disappointment over the functioning of Panchayati Raj department officials and sarpanches

Power consumption grows 12.6 pc in first week of June

According to experts, the recovery in power consumption and demand was slow in the first week of June due to the low base of last year.

Eight core sectors’ output skyrockets by 56.1% in April

According to the commerce and industry ministry data, production of natural gas, refinery products jumped by 25 per cent, 30.9 per cent, respectively.

Hyderabad police get stricter with lockdown, delivery boys taken to task

Hyderabad: The State Police on Saturday began clamping down on all unwarranted movement of the public, with anyone violating the lockdown guidelines being taken...

India’s power consumption grows nearly 25 pc in first week of May

During the first week of May this year, peak power demand met or the highest supply in a day touched the highest level of 168.78 GW (on May 6, 2021).

India’s power consumption grows nearly 47pc in the first week of April

Power consumption in the first week of April last year (from April 1 to 7, 2020) was recorded at 19.33 BU.

Telangana achieves 100 per cent electrification of households

In 2014, the overall power generation capacity of the State was 7,778 MW and in 2019-20, the total contracted capacity in the State increased to 15,864 MW

WPI inflation rises to 4.17pc in February

Similarly, the January inflation rate last month was higher on a year-on-year basis.

Poor offtake, high pithead stock hurting Coal India production, say sources

On a monthly basis, the production fall was sharper in February compared to January, when it reported a drop of 4.1 per cent.

India’s discom reform plan to benefit gencos in long term: Fitch

The pandemic aggravated the discoms' difficulties due to the fall in electricity demand from higher-paying commercial and industrial customers

Govt may announce new scheme for revival of Discoms

Finance minister may announce plan to revive cash-strapped electricity distribution utilities in budget

Farmer electrocuted in Nalgonda

The victim, identified as Gogu naresh (29) was electrocuted from motor pump at agricultural field

Eight core industries’ output contracts 2.6%

The production of eight core sectors had recorded a growth of 0.7 per cent in November 2019, data released by the commerce and industry ministry showed on Thursday.

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