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Maharashtra's Toy Train Stations Turn Green 21.4.2018 NDTV News - Latest
With solar power and wind energy plants, the Central Railway's Matheran Hill Railway has turned green.
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Following INCOIS advisory, devotees stopped from taking holy bath in Agni Theertham Sea 21.4.2018 General News
After the Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS) issued an advisory that the Agni Theertham Sea is likely to experience high-energy swell waves, the devotees were stopped from taking holy dip in the sea by the police on Saturday.According to INCOIS, the rise in the waves will be seen from April 21, 8:30 a.m. to April 22, 11:30 p.m."After the advice of police administration, we have stopped our work. Devotees are disappointed with it," said a priest to ANI.Following the advisory, the people asked to avoid taking bath in the sea at Arichalmunai, Dhanushkodi and Agnitheertham in Rameswaram where pilgrims usually take a holy dip after visiting the Rameswaram temple.Similarly, the public have been asked to avoid playing on the beaches.
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K.P. Energy incorporates project specific SPV in Gujarat 21.4.2018 General News
On 18 April 2018
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‘Umiam reservoir faces no threat from siltation in 100 years’ 21.4.2018 The Assam Tribune
‘Umiam reservoir faces no threat from siltation in 100 years’
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Maharashtra's toy train stations turn green 21.4.2018 General News
The four stations of Central Railway's Matheran Hill Railway in Maharashtra's Raigad district have turned "green" with the installation of solar power and wind energy plants, an official said on Friday.Sunil Udasi, the Chief Public Relations Officer, Central Railway said in a statement that on the installation of Green Energy System, the generation capacity of each system at four stations - Jummapatti, Waterpipe, and Aman Lodge is 75-80 kWh, while at Matheran, it is 680-690 kWh per month.All these four stations are now provided with a solar power plant of capacity 500-1000 Wp and windmill of capacity 6.1 KWp at Matheran including energy efficient LED lights and fans.The electric supply from the renewable sources will bring down the hill railway station's power bill drastically resulting in savings of Rs. 2.07 lakh per year, besides reducing its carbon footprints.The Matheran Hill Railway is narrow-gauge heritage railway in Maharashtra.A delight to the tourists and the route to the ...
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Sebi slaps over Rs 1 crore fine on Suzlon Energy 21.4.2018 DNA: Opinion
 Sebi today slapped a fine of more than Rs 1 crore on wind turbine maker Suzlon Energy for violating insider trading norms. A total fine of Rs 1.1 crore, including Rs 5 lakh on an official, has been imposed as the company failed to disclose price sensitive information as required under the listing regulations on "more than one occasion". "I find that the investigation did not bring out the disproportionate gain or unfair advantages to the notices and loss caused to investors as a result of non-disclosure of truncation of order. "They failed to make the disclosure on more than one occasion, hence it can be said, it is repetitive in nature," Sebi's Adjudicating Officer Sahil Malik said in the order. The noticees in the case were Suzlon Energy, its promoters Tulsi R Tanti and Girish R Tanti, and Hemal A Kanuga. Tulsi Tanti is Chairman and Managing Director while Girish Tanti is a Director. Kanuga, who has been fined Rs 5 lakh, is compliance officer, according to the order. According to information available ...
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Wind power capacity addition still stuck in the doldrums 21.4.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
State’s story of solar power looked very good till March 2017 but turned dull this year; authorities confident of overcoming the present problem
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Sebi fines Suzlon Energy over Rs 1 cr for violation of SCRA 21.4.2018 All News-IANS Stories
Securities market regulator Sebi on Friday imposed a fine of more than Rs 1 crore on Suzlon Energy for violation of Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act (SCRA).
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4 Matheran toy train stations go green 21.4.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
Stations outfitted with solar power plants
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Sebi fines Suzlon Rs 11 mn for violating insider trading norms 20.4.2018 Business Standard: News Now
A fine of Rs 500,000 on an official, has been imposed as the company failed to disclose price sensitive information as required under the listing regulations on "more than one occasion"
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Swell waves forecast along India’s coasts 20.4.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
Fishermen should keep off sea: NDMA
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Maharashtra's Matheran toy train stations turn 'green' 20.4.2018 All News-IANS Stories
All four stations en route the famed Toy Train servicing the eco-sensitive hillstation of Matheran in Maharashtra's Raigad district have turned "green" with installation of solar power and wind energy plants, an official said here on Friday.
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Sebi slaps over Rs 1 cr fine on Suzlon Energy 20.4.2018 General News
Sebi today slapped a fine of more than Rs 1 crore on wind turbine maker Suzlon Energy for violating insider trading norms. A total fine of Rs 1.1 crore, including Rs 5 lakh on an official, has been imposed as the company failed to disclose price sensitive information as required under the listing regulations on "more than one occasion". "I find that the investigation did not bring out the disproportionate gain or unfair advantages to the noticees and loss caused to investors as a result of non-disclosure of truncation of order. "They failed to make the disclosure on more than one occasion, hence it can be said, it is repetitive in nature," Sebi's Adjudicating Officer Sahil Malik said in the order. The noticees in the case were Suzlon Energy, its promoters Tulsi R Tanti and Girish R Tanti, and Hemal A Kanuga. Tulsi Tanti is Chairman and Managing Director while Girish Tanti is a Director. Kanuga, who has been fined Rs 5 lakh, is compliance officer, according to the order. According to ..
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Vestas India bags Great Place to Work certification 20.4.2018 General News
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Technology India has bagged the Great Place to Work certification 2018 here, recently. Since it began the operations in 1997, the company has delivered 2,520 MW of installed base to customers. The award instituted by Great Place to Work Institute conducts research on workplace culture and recognises workplaces in close to 60 countries. For an organisation to get certified, 70 per cent of the employees should rate the organisation as a great workplace. "Winning the Indian market is key to our future success in the renewable industry and receiving this Great Place to Work certificate in India makes it even more rewarding as our hardworking employees are leading the way for progress," Vestas Asia Pacific, Vice-President for People and Culture, Morten Enggaard Rasmussen said. "We are working hard to execute our vision to make Vestas in Asia Pacific the employer choice in the renewable energy space," he added. Vestas India currently has ..
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Long regulatory road before Delhi govt penalises discoms for power cuts 20.4.2018 Latest News
No independent agency will monitor defaults by discoms, who themselves have to keep record of such defaults and inform the government informed about them
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'Mainstream cinema is escapism, regional cinema is realism' (IANS Interview) 20.4.2018 All News-IANS Stories
Born in Madhya Pradesh, stationed in Mumbai, and winner of a National Award for a Ladakhi film, filmmaker Praveen Morchhale believes in the power of cinema that is realistic, is culturally rooted and told universally. He says mainstream cinema is escapism, while regional cinema is all about realism.
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TTD forms special fighting squads to prevent forest fires 20.4.2018 Hindu: Home
149 personnel to keep vigil in shifts round the clock
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Power bills set to rise in Punjab, regulator clears about 2% hike in tariff 19.4.2018 General News
Electricity bills of consumers in Punjab are expected to inflate with the Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission today announcing an average power tariff hike of about 2 per cent across all categories for 2018-19. The Commission also decided to marginally increase fixed charges along with an increase of about 2 per cent over the existing energy charges. In the new tariff order released today, the commission assessed the Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR) of power utility PSPCL at Rs 32,486.63 crore for 2018-19. The consolidated deficit was pegged at Rs 668.91 crore, an official release said. To cover this gap, the existing tariff needs to be increased by 2.17 per cent, the release said. However, some relief in the fixed charges has been given to ARC Furnaces/PIU industrial category consumers and also rationalization in tariff of NRS consumers having load up to 20kW, has been done in view of the regulatory requirements to keep cross subsidy levels as per policy guidelines. The
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Cooler times await wind power equipment firms over Centre's backing 19.4.2018 Business Standard: News Now
With clarity on the wind energy auction pipeline and ratification of power purchase agreements (PPAs) helping improve their order book, renewable energy (RE) firms, especially wind power equipment makers, are attracting the attention of analysts and investors. The domestic market is on a growth path in the competitive bidding regime and there is higher demand for clean energy, now considered reliable, affordable and a mainstream source.Interestingly, even as the price is recovering, the internal rate of return (IRR) for RE producers is seeing downside pressure; yet, companies are positive. For instance, after seeing a decline, prices of wind power have started firming up since last month. While Adani Green Energy and KCT Renewable Energy have offered to supply electricity at Rs 2.85 a unit in their bids for 75 Mw each, the rates are seen crossing Rs 3-3.5 a unit in the coming months.Wind power rates had fallen below Rs 2.50 per kWh, with the lowest being Rs 2.43 in a 500 Mw reverse ..
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NTPC to back down thermal power at some of its units for more renewables 19.4.2018 Business Standard: News Now
The move is in line with the Centre's proposal to introduce flexibility in generation scheduling. It provides flexibility for substituting thermal by renewable power
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