Business

Capesize vessel URJA carrying 1 lakh metric ton coal anchors at Paradip port

Paradip: Capesize vessel 'URJA' carrying 1 lakh metric ton coal anchored at Paradip port in Jagatsinghpur district of Odisha on Sunday.

The Capesize vessel has 292m length overall and beam of 45m. It is the biggest cargo ship to enter the port for the first time. The vessel, which came from Gangavaram Port in Andhra Pradesh, has anchored at CQ1 and CQ2 berth of the port.

Vessel 'URJA' (IMO: 9558218, MMSI: 371374000) is a bulk carrier built in 2013 and currently sailing under the flag of Panama.

Merck Consumer Health India launches handbook on Vitamin E

Mumbai : Merck Consumer Health India announced the publication of the country's first handbook that highlights the hitherto unknown benefits and wides...

RBI eases liquidity norms for banks

New Delhi : The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday increased lenders' single borrower exposure limit for Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) wh...

Reliance Industries posts net profit of Rs 9516cr in Q2

Mumbai : Reliance Industries (RIL) posted a consolidated net profit of Rs 9516 crore in the second quarter of the current fiscal compared to Rs 8109 c...

Avaali Solutions to launch unique vendor portal; aims to embrace digital transformation

New Delhi : Avaali Solutions, a startup pioneering in the space of enabling digital transformation for enterprises across various sectors in India, ha...