NTPC collaborates with Delhi Jal Board to convert Waste into Energy

In an endeavour to reduce the carbon footprint, NTPC Ltd, India’s largest integrated energy company has come together with Delhi Jal Board (DJB) to utilize the sludge produced in the sewage treatment plants (STP) of DJB.

The torrefied waste sludge was fired from NTPC’s unit 4 Boiler at Dadri. This green technological solution is an innovative way to convert STP sludge into energy via environment friendly means to reduce CO2 emissions.

In Delhi NCR alone, Sewage Treatment Plants produce up to 800 MT of sludge per day. The disposal of this sludge is a major challenge as it contributes towards environmental pollution. It also poses a major threat to the health of the people residing around the area. Firing sludge in the boiler will reduce net CO2 emission, and water & land pollution and will pave the way to utilize the waste and convert it to energy in an environment friendly manner.

NTPC is taking various steps to make its energy portfolio greener and plans to have 60 GW capacity through Renewable Energy sources by 2032.

The total installed capacity of the company is 68,881.68 MW having 23 coal-based, 7 gas-based, 1 Hydro, 19 renewable energy projects. Under JV, NTPC has 9 coal-based, 4 gas-based, 8 hydro and 5 renewable energy projects.



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Delhi Postal Circle makes special arrangements for handling of Diwali, Christmas and New Year Greetings Mails

In a press statement, the Department of Posts, Delhi Circle has informed that special arrangements have been made for handling of Diwali, Christmas and New Year Greetings Mails.

Special posting counters are being set up in 34 important Post Offices of Delhi and 02 (Railway Mail Service) RMS Office, i.e. Delhi Railway Station & New Delhi Railway Station during this period.

To avoid last minute rush, customers have been advised to post Diwali, Christmas and New Year Greetings well in time. The special posting counters are:-

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Ashok Vihar HPO -110052


New Delhi GPO – 1 10001


Civil Lines PO – 110054


New Subzi Mandi PO – 110033


Chankyapuri PO – 110021


Naraina Ind.Estate HPO 110028


Delhi GPO 110006


Patel Nagar PO -110008


Delhi Cantt.PO-110010


Paschim Vihar PO – 110063


Hauz Khas PO 110016


Ramesh Nagar HPO -110015

Indraprashta HO — 110002


Rohini Sector -7 PO 110085


Janakpuri PO -110058


R.K. Puram Sector-5 PO -110022


Krishna Nagar HPO- 1 10051


R.P. Bhawan PO – 110004


Karol Bagh PO- 110005


Sansad Marg HPO – 1 10001

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Keshav Puram/Onkar Nagar PO-110035


Sarojini Nagar HPO – 110023


Kalkaji HPO 110019


SRT Nagar PO -110055


Lodi Road HPO -110003


Seelampur PO- 110053


Lajpat Nagar PO-110024


Sriniwaspuri PO-110065


Malviya Nagar PO-110017


Saraswati Vihar PO- 110034


Maika Ganj PO-110007


RK. Puram (Main) PO -110066


Mehrauli PO-110030


Delhi Railway Station, Transit Mail Office- 110006


Mayapuri PO-110064


New Delhi Railway Station Transit Mail

Office – 110055

Cut Off/Last dates of special arrangements are appended below:-

    1. For Diwali Mail.
  1. 28th October for other Circles.
  2. 30th October for within Delhi Circle.
    1. For Christmas Mail.
  1. 20th December for other Circles
  2. 21st December for within Delhi Circle.
    1. For New Year Mail.
  1. 22nd December for other Circles.
  2. 25th December for within Delhi Circle.


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CGST Delhi officials arrest man for input tax credit fraud of around Rs 94 crore

The officers of CGST Delhi North Commissionerate upon data analysis and gathering of intelligence zeroed in on Shri Krishan Kumar who was involved in creating and operating fake firms using identification documents of his friends/employees.

As per investigation conducted so far, a total of 5 fake firms namely M/s Shradha Traders, M/s Anshara Impex, M/s Vijeta Enterprises, M/s SM Agencies and M/s Deepasha Sales were created by him for the issuance of goods-less invoices for items like butter/ghee/oil and passed on inadmissible Input Tax Credit (ITC) of Rs. 94 crore approx.  

During the search of his residence incriminating documents like ATM cards, signed cheques, bank documents, stamps of these dummy firms including stamp of the transport company as mentioned in the e-way bills of the fake firms and outer packets/cases of SIM cards of mobile phones used for registration of firms were recovered.

In view of the above Shri Krishan Kumar has thus committed offence specified under Section 132(1)(b) of the CGST Act, 2017. Accordingly, he has been arrested on 25.03.2021 under the provisions of the Section 69(1) of the CGST Act, 2017. He was sent to 14 days judicial custody by the duty Magistrate. Further investigation is under process.

It is pertinent to mention here that in the financial year 2020-21, CGST Delhi Zone has made total of 40 arrests in various cases involving GST evasion amounting to Rs. 5,310 crore.


CGST Commissionerate Delhi officials arrest man for input tax credit fraud of Rs 50.03 crore

The officers of Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST) Commissionerate, Delhi East have unearthed a network of fictitious firms used by their operator to generate and pass on fake Input Tax Credit (ITC) of Goods and Services Tax (GST). The network of fake firms was being operated by one Vishal, who is an advocate by profession and was practicing law in Karkardooma Court, Delhi.

Shri Vishal started this GST fraud by creation of a fictitious firm in his own name which he got registered at his residence. Subsequently, he arranged various KYCs of different persons to create multiple fictitious firms having no business activity and created solely for the purpose of passing on fake Input Tax Credit and defrauding the Government exchequer. Multiple KYCs and cheques were resumed during the search of his residence. He used to pass on fake Input Tax Credit to his clients in exchange for a commission of 2 % of the invoice amount. The total fake Input Tax Credit passed on quantified so far is Rs. 50.03 crore which is expected to increase as the investigation progresses.

Shri Vishal, Advocate masterminded a deep rooted criminal conspiracy to defraud the Government and knowingly committed offences specified under Section 132(1)(b) and 132(1)(c) of the CGST Act, 2017 which are cognizable and non-bailable offences as per the provisions of Section 132(5) and punishable under clause (i) of sub section 1 of Section 132 of the Act ibid. Shri Vishal has been arrested under Section 69(1) of the CGST Act, 2017 and produced before the Duty Magistrate on 27.02.2021 who remanded him to judicial custody of 14 days till 13.03.2021. Further investigation in the case is in process.

It is pertinent to mention here that since the inception of GST Central Tax, Delhi Zone has made 27 arrests in various cases involving GST evasion amounting of more than Rs. 4019.95 crore.


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