IIT Kanpur, BHEL sign MoU to develop advance technology

IIT Kanpur and Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for development of advance technology, a statement issued by IIT said on Saturday.

BHEL gives Rs 2 cr, employees one-day salary for flood victims

State-run Bharat Heavy Electricals has contributed Rs 2 crore besides giving one-day salary of its employees to help victims in the flood-hit areas of Uttarakhand.

Former BHEL DGM commits suicide

A retired manager of public sector major Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited allegedly committed suicide at his residence in Alkapuri area here by consuming some poisonous substance.

BHEL GM, two others in CBI net in bribery case

General manager of Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) here and two others were arrested for allegedly demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs 1.10 lakh, CBI sources said.

BJP for probe into scrapping of bids to set up power plants

BJP on Saturday demanded investigation by a special team into the scrapping of tender for setting up power projects at Suratgarh and Chabra in Rajasthan.

Will look into PSU bribe allegations: CVC

The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) on Thursday said it will look into the allegations of bribery against officials of state-owned BHEL and NTPC once their names are disclosed by the US Department of Justice.

US co bribed several Indian firms

Officials of Indian PSUs like BHEL and NTPC appear to be the beneficiaries of bribes that were doled out by a California-based valve company to bag lucrative contracts, mostly for tools used in the construction of power plants.

BHEL Q3 net up 35% to Rs 1,072 cr

BHEL today reported a growth of 35.67% in its net profit at Rs 1,072.5 cr for Q3 ended December 31, 2009, over the same period last year.

BHEL talking to L&T, Pipavav to revive off-shore rig biz

The state-run BHEL is in talks with private companies like Larsen & Toubro and Pipavav Shipyard to jointly build off-shore oil rigs, a business proposition it had shelved earlier, says a company official.

BHEL to recruit about 4,000 persons annually for 3 yrs

BHEL would recruit about 4,000 people, including executive engineers, annually at least for the next three years as the company is embarking on new joint ventures, a top company official said on Thursday.

W Bengal to take back Singur land for BHEL project

The West Bengal government today
said it would start the process of getting back the land from
the Tatas in Singur if BHEL selects the site for setting up a
mega power plant there.

BHEL secures Rs 5,600-cr power plant contract

State-run power equipment maker
BHEL today said it has bagged a Rs 5,600 crore contract from
an arm of Jaiprakash Associates for setting up a 1,980-MW
thermal power plant in Uttar Pradesh.

No headway in BHEL disinvestment: Deshmukh

The government today said no
headway has been made regarding the disinvestment of state-run
power equipment maker Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL).

BHEL inks pact with MP Power Generation Co for thermal proj

Public sector power utility BHEL Wednesday said it has entered into an agreement with Madhya Pradesh Power Generation Company (MPPGCL) for jointly setting up a thermal power project in the state.

BHEL`s marketing office coming up in Kazakhistan

The Public sector Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL), a premier engineering enterprise in energy-related and infrastructure sector, as part of enhancing overseas business, would set up a marketing office in Kazakhistan.

Alstom India in talks with Bhel, NPCIL to be a part of JV

Alstom India, a subsidiary of
French firm Alstom, is in talks with state-run Bhel and
Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) to join in as a
third partner in their proposed joint-venture.

BHEL bags Rs 5,040-cr order from Jindal Power

State-run power equipment maker BHEL on Friday said it has bagged a Rs 5,040-crore contract from Jindal Power for setting up a 2,400-MW thermal power plant in Chhatisgarh.

BHEL Q2 profit rises 39% to Rs 857.88 cr

State-run Bharat Heavy Electricals
Ltd (BHEL) on Friday reported a 39 per cent rise in its net profit
to Rs 857.88 crore for the second quarter ended September 30.

No plans to divest stake in BHEL: Govt

The government Thursday ruled out any immediate plan to disinvest its stake in power equipment maker BHEL.

Power ministry to ask BHEL to expedite supply of equipment

The power ministry is going to
ask BHEL to expedite the supply of equipment to power companies so that adequate electricity could be generated to meet increased demand during the Commonwealth Games.