Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Stalin launches scheme to melt temple jewellery

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin has started preliminary work to melt the unutilised jewellery in possession of the temples in the state into 24 carat gold bars, reports Press Trust of India. Initially, the gold ornaments lying unutilised at the three renowned temples of Sri Karumariamman temple in Tiruverkadu, Sri Mariamman temple in Samayapuram and […]

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Normalising economies are leading to rampant demand for coal globally: Care Advisory & Research

Care Advisory & Research said economies are coming back to normalcy leading to rampant demand and that is driving energy prices reflecting in the demand-supply mismatch. In an interview with CNBC-TV18, CARE’s director Tushar Shah said, “Australia and Indonesia are the two countries which are the biggest exporters of coal. India is one of the […]

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Indian Oil to set up hydrogen projects for state transport undertakings

In tandem with India’s hydrogen roadmap, public sector major Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) is in talks with state transport utilities of Kerala, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat to set up hydrogen manufacturing units and refuelling stations. The company has also set a target of converting at least 10 per cent of its hydrogen consumption at refineries to green hydrogen soon. The UP unit […]

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European Commission puts 5 certification agencies in India on notice after finding traces of chemicals beyond permissible limit

The European Commission (EC) has put five certification agencies in India on notice after finding traces of a chemical, more than its permissible limit and even in organic sesame seeds exported from the country. In a draft notification issued on 5 October, the European Commission has mentioned that CU Inspections India, Ecocert India, Indian Organic […]

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