#Power

New York: At least five people have been killed and over 90,000 households left without electricity as powerful storm continued to pound the US East Coast on Saturday with drenching rain. The nor’easter has also prompted the cancellation of more than 3,300 flights, snarled ground traffic and knocked out power to 900,000 customers with more …

New Delhi: The narrowing gap in power purchase rate between one state and another has created hope of achieving the goal of one nation one rate goal in next two or three years. It has , however, a rider: there is no slippage and the current trend is maintained. Power distribution companies in different states were …

Lucknow: Assured of adequate support by the government at the Centre to accelerate annual growth rate to ten percent,  the Uttar Pradesh government is moving faster to remove bottlenecks from the areas which could hinder growth. Agriculture and industry make large contribution to the state economy and for higher growth  in these sectors better availability …

Lucknow: The Uttat Pradesh government, on the pattern of the voluntary income disclosure scheme of the Centre, has launched a voluntary disclosure scheme for  power sector. The scheme which will end after the middle of next month was launched on Wednesday without much  fanfare unlike the central project. It envisages  legalisation of power connection to …

Lucknow:  Utttar Pradesh will be in for trouble if some of the in-operation power plants are closed for some technical or non-technical reason as several power units in private and public sectors have been already shut  due to coal shortage or  for annual maintenance.  At present, there is no major power problem  in the state …

New Delhi: Indian Air Force (IAF) Chief Marshal Arup Raha on Thursday said Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) could have been India’s part if IAF was used at the right time. Raha said India did not take advantage of the Air Force till the 1971 Indo-Pak war. Calling PoK as a ‘thorn in our flesh’, Arup …

Meerut: Turning the table, the Paschimanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited, has earned profit for the first time during 2015-16 due to a record collection of revenue. Managing director of the company Abhishek Prakash on Sunday told newztrack.com that the net revenue collection last year was to the tune of Rs 11773.25 crores. This marks a …