Christopher Fonseca is decked out in his signature military-green uniform, his back to a giant poster of childhood hero Che Guevara as he fields questions from angry mine workers in his cluttered office.
Minutes after tycoon Ratan Tata abandoned a two-year quest to build the world’s cheapest car in West Bengal over farmer protests, he got a text message from the frontrunner to be India’s next leader: “Welcome to Gujarat.”
Oil & Natural Gas Corp., India’s biggest energy explorer, plans to produce natural gas from discoveries off the country’s west coast in four years in a move that may boost its output of the fuel by 13 percent.
A tropical depression in the Arabian Sea may intensify into a cyclone and head toward India’s west coast, where the world’s largest oil refining complex owned by Reliance Industries Ltd. and ports are located.
Kirloskar Brothers Ltd., an Indian machine-tool maker, built a water-pumping system that uses 10.5 million liters (2.8 million gallons) of seawater every minute to cool Tata Power Co.’s coal-fired plant in Mundra.