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TEXT: President Patil's last address to Parliament

President Pratibha Patil on Monday addressed Parliament for the last time as President when she flagged off the Budget session. Here's the text of her speechHonourable Members I welcome you to this......

The text of President Kalam's speech

The text of President A P J Abdul Kalam's address to the joint sitting of Parliament:Honourable Members,I am delighted to address the first session of both Houses of Parliament after the elections......

Why the Railways needs a tariff regulator

In a market-driven economy, a statutory regulatory authority to determine tariffs on objective economic criteria, ensure free competition and remove barriers to entry and exit through an......

Rail Budget: Montek hails Railways move to create tariff body

Plan panel Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia welcomed the initiative to set up a Rail Tariff Regulatory Authority for rationalising fare and freight rates, in the Railway budget. Ahluwalia......

PSU monopoly on jet fuel may end

The proposed Civil Aviation Policy envisages setting up an airport economic regulatory authority to regulate air tariffs and performance standards for the domestic aviation sector.The policy will......

Cabinet panel to focus on ports

The Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure would look at issues like extension of regulatory functions of the Tariff Authority for Major Ports and what ports would be taken up for development next and......

Flying out of Mumbai? It will be costlier from tomorrow

  The private airport operator currently levies a development fee of Rs 600 from an international passenger and Rs 100 from a domestic traveller. Flying out of the Chhatrapati Shivaji......
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Energy News Monitor | Volume XIII; Issue 25

Coal News Commentary: October November 2016 India The government's effort to curb coal imports were reported to be continuing. The latest in a... ...

http://www.orfonline.org/research/energy-news-monitor-volume-xiii-issue-25/
The Achilles heel of Trumponomics

Trumponomics fixates on country-specific sources of the trade deficit, like China and Mexico, but misses the fundamental point that these bilateral... ...

http://www.financialexpress.com/opinion/the-achilles-heel-of-trumponomics/457724/
India Cements' Q2 net up 62percent

The cement industry has excelled in areas which are within its control. However, the constraints and limitations of the three main infrastructure... ...

http://www.indiancementreview.com/News.aspx?nId=sD1rtrMZ+14KCYunRU086A==
Coal-based Power Generation in India (December 2016)

Multi-client research India Infrastructure publishes multi-client research reports in the areas of energy, transportation, urban infrastructure,... ...

http://www.indiainfrastructure.com/research.html#CoalBasedPowerGenerationinndiaDecember2016
Rail plans to save Rs 3,000 crore per year on energy bill

Railways, the country's largest energy consumer plan to save Rs 3000 crore of its energy bill every year by procuring electricity directly from... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/money/report-rail-plans-to-save-rs-3000-crore-per-year-on-energy-bill-2272446

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