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The CBI Sunday registered a case against two private companies and some unidentified public servants in its ongoing probe in the alleged coal scam case and conducted searches at five places in West Bengal and Jharkhand.
In keeping with the government's renewed focus on clean energy through its Friday tabling of amendments to the Electricity Act, gensets market leader Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd. (KOEL) has launched five new fuel-efficient products catering to small and medium businesses.
Adoption of new technologies in the energy sector in India would help the country boost its economy and could reach out to 80-110 million more people by 2025 besides curbing 180 million to 220 million tons of carbon emissions, a research firm report said.
As India gears itself for the auction of more spectrum or radio frequency for mobile telecom operators next year, a clear roadmap on its future availability holds the key for both quality of service and investor confidence, a global expert has said.
Air India stands to gain upto $100 million (over Rs.600 crore) in the first year of its membership of Star Alliance, the the world's largest airline accord that brings together 27 carriers for increasing passenger share and earnings, the top official of the grouping has said. It's an infusion that would greatly help Air India in its turnaround efforts.
Even as online retail sales continue to shoot up with the e-commerce industry expected to touch Rs.216 billion ($3.5 billion) in the current fiscal, the sector has recently come under fire with both manufacturers and consumers questioning the reliability of warranties for online purchases and the consequences of this.
Indian IT industry dons innovation in year of double-digit growth (IANS Special: 2014 in Retrospect)
Recovering from a slowdown and sustaining a double-digit growth, the $120-billion Indian IT industry had a remarkable 2014, consolidating operations and using disruptive technologies, which ensures innovation to shed the old and adapt to new products and services.