NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday called for enhancing storage facilities for crude oil during a virtual meeting with chief executives of global oil companies.
Those who attended the meeting included Amin Nasser, president and CEO of the world's biggest oil producer Saudi Arabian Oil Co, Russia's OAO Rosneft chairman and CEO Igor Sechin and London-based BP Plc CEO Bernard Looney.
"Talking about the oil sector, he said that the focus has shifted from 'revenue' to 'production' maximization. He also spoke about the need to enhance storage facilities for crude oil," the Prime Minister's Office said in a statement.
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Vaccine Shielding India Against 3rd Wave: Govt
NEW DELHI: There are significantly fewer deaths and hospital admissions in the ongoing third wave of Covid-19 in the country compared to the second wave seen last year, top government officials said on Thursday, crediting the better outcomes to high uptake of vaccinations.
Delhi Riots: 5-yr Jail To Man Who Burnt Woman's Home
Although the second sentencing in the riots cases, Thursday's ruling marked the first conviction and sentencing after a full-fledged trial
Plenty to ponder for India in the batting department
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Next 25 years key to lost glory, says Modi
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Equities track global cues, dive for the third day
The Nifty 50 ended 1.01% lower and the Sensex fell 1.06% in Thursday's trade
BOMB AT GHAZIPUR FLOWER MARKET: Pillar blocked CCTV's view of man who planted bomb
The Delhi Police have not found any clues about the person who planted the bomb from the two CCTV cameras
Al resumes US flights after clearance over 5G roll-out
NEW DELHI: Air India on Thursday resumed its flights on the Boeing B777 aircraft to the United States following approval from the manufacturer that the jet was safe to fly despite the expansion of 5G mobile communication services in American cities.
A year on, Biden talks progress, challenges
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THE ANIMAL-HUMAN CONFLICT
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Passion and Love for Community
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Modern Vinyasa FOR THE MASSES
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4 Yoga Asana To Heal Rotator Cuff Injury
After a rotator cuff injury, proper shoulder strengthening exercises should be employed. There are specific yoga poses that can help to strengthen the rotator cuff muscles and they include the following:
India Is on a Tear
Massive modernization presents opportunities for investors.
Love, Non-violence, and Truth
DR. PRAKASH TYAGI is the Executive Director of Gramin Vikas Vigyan Samiti (GRAVIS), an NGO dedicated to working in impoverished rural regions of India, including the Thar Desert, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, and Bundelkhand. In part 1 of this interview with KASHISH KALWANI, he speaks about applying the Gandhian principles of love, non-violence, and truth to support communities in need.
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GM's Exit From India Hits a Roadblock
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