On May 9, the target was pegged at 12 lakh for the entire fiscal year, according to documents accessed by The Indian Express. For compressed natural gas (CNG) stations, the number has been revised to 125 outlets from 180 quoted on May 9.
Law Ministry quoted a 1961 Presidential Order that blocks the hiring of a third party consultant to examine and interpret domestic laws, bilateral and multilateral treaties, or to advise ministries on probable changes in laws, regulations and circulars.
Import of pet coke has been growing and jumped from 3.3 million tonnes in 2012-13 to 14.4 million in 2016-17 when total national consumption hit 23.25 million due to relative high heat value and cheaper availability.
Based on past experience where fields were returned by private operators, ONGC wants a “provision of reverting back the field to NOC in case of non-performance by selected partner, without any compensation”
IRCTC, Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd and Goa Shipyard Limited were told last month to pay “maximum permissible dividend (100 percent of profit after tax) as dividend” as there was “enough scope to leverage its net worth to meet their investment requirements”.
A ministry’s order of August 2017 directs both NOCs to submit to the DGH all data relating to drilling activities for each petroleum exploration license (PEL) and petroleum mining license (PML) in fields given to them through nomination.
Sebi on Monday may also look to approve a proposal where a REIT or InvIT can raise debt capital by issuing bonds. Sebi is also expected to do away with the mandatory requirement for a REIT to hold at least two projects.
Last April, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MoCA) had asked individual stakeholders to obtain Aadhaar to weed out bogus entities and identify shell companies suspected to be used for laundering illicit funds.
While the national exchequer would contribute Rs 113 per tonne, urea producers would have to forgo Rs 107 per tonne as the incentive given to manufacturers for neem coating the fertilizer would be brought down to Rs 161 per tonne from the existing Rs 268 per tonne.
The Haldia closure decision comes just three months after fertiliser minister Ananth Kumar promised the revival of all closed fertiliser projects under a two-pronged strategy to realise Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of ‘Fertilizer Security for Food Security’.
The ED has argued that the share price agreed to be paid by Tata Sons at Rs 58 per share was much higher than the fair market value of Rs 23.34 per share on 10 November, 2014 — the date when Tata Teleservices applied for RBI approval for making the payment to DoCoMo.
In order to facilitate FDMC functioning, it also seeks “consequential amendments” in the RBI Act, Banking Regulation Act and the Payment and Settlement Systems Act as their confidentiality clauses do not allow access to raw data.