Boria Majumdar, Nalin Mehta narrate tales of India’s Olympic stars in new book
In their upcoming book, Dreams of a Billion: India and the Olympic Games, Boria Majumdar and Nalin Mehta narrate the tales of India’s Olympic stars. Here are the edited excerpts from the book.
Tata Motors commences bookings of BS-VI compliant PV range
"Tata Motors has been vigorously working towards a seamless transition to BS-VI. W...
REC Group asserts premium quality dominance by launching its ProTrust Warranty
The REC ProTrust Warranty includes a 25-year product warranty,...
PV Sindhu eyes second medal at Olympics; says pressure of expectations, criticism do not affect her
Sindhu said she is working on her technique to iron out the flaws.
Future Supply Chain Solutions CEO is a qualified mountaineer, takes up yoga or zumba at work to stay fit
Arduous workouts of 90 mins daily helped PV Sheshadri adapt to the high-altitude environment.
After festive spike, PV demand slips into negative zone, again
This tepidity will linger: Higher financing costs and new BS VI blow are just around the corner.
From Rao to Kesri to Sonia: The Manmohan way with mentors
Why did Singh, deliberately or inadvertently, say his ‘guru’ was the man who failed to prevent '84 riots?
Manmohan Singh blames Narsimha Rao for 1984 massacre
Former prime minister Manmohan Singh had referred to former PM IK Gujral’s meeting with then home minister PV Narasimha Rao, saying that if his advice to press the army into action had been heeded, then “perhaps the massacre that took place in 1984 could have been avoided”.
Festive buys, new models help PV sales snap 11-month slide in October
PV sales rose marginally in Oct aided by festive season & introduction of new models in utility vehicle space.
Passenger vehicle retail sales jump 11% in October on festive demand: FADA
According to Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA), passenger vehicles (PV) sales stood at 2,23,498 units in October 2018. Two-wheeler sales increased 5 per cent to 13,34,941 units last month as compared with 12,70,261 units in the year-ago period.
Solar PV cells manufactured using ‘blue wafers’ no longer to be classified as domestically manufactured cells: MNRE
A solar PV cell shall be considered to be domestically manufactured only if the same has been manufactured in India using un-diffused silicon wafers (generally called black wafers).
Delvis buyout to help Minda in PV lighting, says Nomura
The brokerage has maintained ‘buy’ rating on the stock with a target price of Rs 378.
Solar developer can set up higher generation capacity than contracted: MNRE
The ministry further clarified that any person is entitled to set up any capacity which he desires to set up and sell power to any entity which may want to buy it.
India showing political will on renewable energy development: IRENA
The USD cost of solar PV in India has come down by 79 per cent per kilowatt hour and 24 per cent for onshore wind in 2018 from 2010, according to the IRENA report.
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