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Modi to flag off world's longest Varanasi-Dibrugarh river cruise on Friday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will flag off the world's longest river cruise, MV Ganga Vilas, and inaugurate a 'Tent City' on the banks of the Ganga river in Varanasi on January 13 via video......

Still in hiding, Rajapaksa orders cooking gas distribution for public

Embattled President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, whose location is still unknown since the protesters overran both his office and the official residence, has ordered officials to ensure the smooth......

Senior diplomat heads Indian team to Kabul on first visit since Taliban takeover

For the first time since the Taliban's capture of power in Kabul, India has sent a team led by a senior diplomat to Afghanistan to oversee the delivery of its humanitarian aid and meet with senior......

Food grains shouldn't go the way of COVID vaccines: India at UN

Calling out the West, India has said that food grains should not go the way of the Covid-19 vaccines as it voiced concern over hoarding, discrimination and the “unjustified increase” in......

Forex-starved Sri Lanka runs out of cash to buy fuel

Sri Lankan government on Monday admitted that it has run out of cash to buy fuel as pumps in most filling stations across the country have run dry, exacerbating the deepening foreign-exchange......

Russia becomes India's premier oil supplier but Saudi is not losing sleep

A few years ago, when top officials of Indian state-run refiners went to Dubai to negotiate a crude oil supply contract, a senior official from state-owned Saudi Aramco told them, “We can......

Adani group is 'deeply overleveraged', warns CreditSights

Richest Indian Gautam Adani's ports-to-power-to-cement conglomerate is "deeply overleveraged" with the group predominantly using debt to invest aggressively across existing as well as new......

GAIL feels blowback from Ukraine war

On February 24, when Vladi­mir Putin announced a military operation on Ukraine, few would have thought that Indian government-owned GAIL India would feel the impact. Photograph: Adnan......

Adani ropes in TotalEnergies for its $50 bn green hydrogen venture

Billionaire Gautam Adani's logistics-to-energy conglomerate has roped in French supermajor TotalEnergies as a partner for its green hydrogen production venture that will see an investment of $50......

Russia will play a major role in India's energy sector

Old timers in Oil and Natural Gas Corpora­tion (ONGC) still remember how in early 2000 its overseas subsidiary, ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL), was on the verge of closure. Though OVL was set up in......

IPL teams, players donate for COVID-19 relief efforts

Photograph: Kind courtesy BCCI/IPL   In response to the terrifying surge of COVID-19 cases in the country, Indian Premier League teams have joined the effort to fight the crisis by announcing......

India not mulling boycott of 2012 London Olympics

An Olympic boycott will not be on the agenda when the Indian Olympic Association meets next week, despite continuing outrage over Dow Chemical's high-profile sponsorship of the London 2012 Games,......

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