Military helicopters have been providing the latest information on the energy markets and the latest news about the global energy market for years now.
Now the military helicopters have also been sharing their insights with civilians via a website.
The website, www.sriyamurthy.com, was launched on February 26, 2017 by the National Security Council, the government-run body in charge of defence matters.
The website contains a number of information, such as energy sector information, industry statistics, the latest energy price, and a forum for the public to submit suggestions for improvement of the website.
However, some of the suggestions made on the website do not make sense as they are either unhelpful or contain incorrect information.
The information, for instance, is not provided on the official Sriyamuru Energy website and instead comes from the Department of Energy Efficiency, which is headed by the Chief Secretary.
“We need to find out the reason behind the delay of the notification of the update.
As the notification is from the Ministry of Defence, the reason is a mystery,” a senior official from the ministry told NDTV.
In the past, the Defence Ministry had announced the latest electricity price on the websites of the government agencies and the military, for example, the National Energy and Water Resources Department’s website and the National Atomic Energy Corporation’s website.
But the Department for Energy Efficiency did not publish the price for electricity supplied by the government.
The latest information provided by the military helicopter also comes from various other websites such as the National Defence and Research Organisation (NDRO) website and Strategic Research and Development Organisation (SRDO), which are run by the Defence Research and Engineering Organisation (DRDO).
The military helicopters also provide the latest reports on the latest oil and gas exploration activities.
The military helicopter operators are also providing information on projects in the defence and defence-related industries.
The operators also have a section on social media and a section for the community.
The civilian helis also share information on other topics such as road safety, road safety in urban areas and water conservation, among others.