INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE
LNG pumps being planned along golden quadrilateral
State-run GAIL is putting together a plan and persuading all possible participants – city gas distributors, gas suppliers, financiers, fleet owners and truck manufacturers – to get them on board and help build an effective ecosystem for LNG-fuelled vehicles in the country, according to people familiar with the development
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Indian PM suggests 2020 as year of implementation of 2019 Indo-Russian pacts
The Prime Minister noted that several important decisions and outcomes were reached between the two countries in 2019.
Chinese Navy in Indian Ocean: There have been instances when we had to tell them to go back, says Indian Navy Chief
"We have placed our ships in mission-based deployments so that we get an idea what are the activities, not only of China but of all other countries, so that if there is anything that impinges on our national interest or sovereignty, we will have to act," Navy chief said.
Government plans to extend urad imports till June on likely domestic shortage: Sources
According to sources, "So far, only 2 lakh tonnes of urad has been imported. The pulses situation was reviewed recently by the concerned ministeries and a consensus has emerged to give time till June for undertaking the import of rest of the quota."
Indian govt's outstanding loans from RBI at $8.53 bln in week to Jan. 10
State governments had 75.89 billion rupees loans from the RBI in the week ended Jan. 10, compared with 53.04 billion rupees in the previous week, the release showed.
Indian Army conducts biggest airborne exercise ‘Winged Raider’ with over 500 Special Forces troops
The multidimensional exercise was preceded by a series of intense preparation involving the movement of special forces and rallying up of transport aircraft of the Indian Air Force starting from January 6, the Army said in a statement.
Indian Navy cutting down on procurement due to Budget cuts
The rationalisation process has been initiated after consecutive budgets where projected demands of the Navy have not been met. In the current budget, for example, the Navy was allocated Rs 41,259 crore against the projected amount of Rs 64,307 crore, which officials say is not even adequate to continue annual payments for acquisition contracts already signed.
South Indian Bank Q3 profit up 8% at Rs 91 crore
Net NPAs declined to 3.44 per cent in October-December 2019 from 3.54 per cent a year ago.
Indian Bank likely to retain its name after merger with Allahabad Bank
Some other non-anchor lenders in the mega merger exercise have also requested the government for new names and logo, unlike in the Bank of Baroda-Dena Bank-Vijaya Bank exercise, wherein the logos of all three lenders have been retained.
Announce convergence of all corporate tax rates to 15 pc in Budget: CII
The government last year reduced corporate tax rates to 22 per cent, plus surcharge and cess. However, companies will not be allowed to avail any tax exemptions or incentives.
Sanskrit to replace urdu on railway signboards in Uttarakhand
The names of railway stations in Uttarakhand on platform signboards still appear in Urdu as most of them belong to the period when the state was part of Uttar Pradesh where Urdu is the second official language. However, not much will change in the spelling of the names of railway stations in Uttarakhand when they are written in Sanskrit as both Hindi and Sanskrit use the same Devnagri script.
Reliance outpaces industry in petrol, diesel sales from its outlets
RIL outpaced industry in clocking double digit sales growth in petrol and diesel from its 1,400-odd outlets.
Indian Army to throw parts of Eastern Command HQ open for public
The decision came soon after the War Memorial at the entrance of the Fort William was opened on December 16, the Vijay Diwas, to the citizens who seek to pay homage to the martyrs of the Indian Army. "We intend to open up selected areas of Fort William for people who are interested in the history of the city and fort," Eastern Army commander Lt General Anil Chauhan said.
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