Controversies and litigations threaten to derail a sector that once saw immense potential in India.
The mineral-rich state of Orissa, once a magnet for big-ticket investments, is now a deadlocked destination for projects worth thousands of crores.
The recently-announced "free drugs for all" initiative by the Centre could lead to the long-pending national pharmaceutical policy getting cleared.
Rocked by increasing criticism from all quarters, Goa under its new chief minister Manohar Parrikar is on a drive to set things straight.
The power situation in shortage-stricken Bihar could improve after its first private thermal plant goes on stream in 2014.
Hong Kong-based CLP Holdings (formerly known as China Light & Power) chose to come to India at an unexpected time: when power company Enron's failure and collapse was making headlines around th
Stung by criticism that tribals and farmers are being uprooted to make way for industrial projects, the Orissa government has scaled down its land acquisition drive.
Things are not going right for Reliance Power's (R-Power) Krishnapatnam project.
Global warming and climate change may worry people elsewhere, but not in India.
Acting on the Chaturvedi Committee recommendations, the power and finance ministries are converting 50 per cent of the losses of the power distribution companies (discoms) into state government bon
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