To check flying coal dust hazard, Rlys looking at covering its wagons: Goyal
Indian Railways, the country's largest freight mover, has started exploring a design change in its rolling stock to see if coal and other minerals can be carried in covered wagons instead of open ones to prevent coal dust from flying into the environment and also to expand the use of wagons.
PM hardsells reforms in food processing to global investors
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday described India as one of the fastet growing economies in the world while inaugurating World Food India 2017 at Vigyan Bhvan in New Delhi.
Not correct in principle, but justified for limited time
Former Reserve Bank of India Governor Y V Reddy on Friday said that the RBI's approach in directing commercial banks to initiate insolvency resolution against big defaulters is 'in principle not correct', but such an uconventional measure can be justified if used for a limited time.