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‘Encroaching’ windmills usher in trouble in Karnataka 20.5.2018 Hindu: National
The Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has come down on forest and other government officials for allowing five windmills to encroach upon ove
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‘Karnataka episode, a victory for democracy’ 19.5.2018 Hindu: Hyderabad
Uttam Kumar Reddy calls upon people to end TRS rule in State
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MarcaTel eyes rural India for Wi-Fi tool, bets on franchisees 19.5.2018 Hindu: Home
Targets 6.5 lakh hotspots; initial focus to be on Maharashtra, three other States
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Democratic norms thrown to winds in Karnataka: Naidu 18.5.2018 Hindu: National
‘Telugu Desam campaign against the BJP paid results to some extent’
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Karnataka developments Live | Supreme Court refuses to stay Yeddyurappa's swearing-in, but keeps it subject to case outcome 17.5.2018 Hindu: Bangalore
Court asks Attorney General to produce the letters given to the Governor by Mr. Yeddyurappa staking his claim to form the government. The case will now be taken up at 10.30 a.m. on Friday.
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BJP is murdering democracy, says Shabbir 16.5.2018 Hindu: Hyderabad
Revanth Reddy asks KCR to spell out his stand on Janata Dal (S)-Congress combine
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India may miss solar, wind energy targets by 2022, says survey 16.5.2018 DNA: Opinion
India may not achieve its renewable energy target of having 100 GW of solar energy and 60 GW of wind power by 2022, as per a survey conducted by a consulting firm Bridge to India. India is expected to add total 66 GW of solar energy and 52 GW of wind power by March 2022 -- which is 66 per cent of 100 GW of solar and 87 per cent of 60 GW wind targets set by the government, as per the 3rd edition of RE CEO Survey by Bridge To India said in a statement. The survey fond that the most pressing issue for the industry is safeguard duties, followed by uncertainty in overall policy environment and weak financial position of Discoms. It said that 70 pe cent of the industry (respondents) feels that bidding in the sector is irrationally aggressive. However, it finds that despite these challenges, bulk of respondents are optimistic about the industry and overall growth prospects. Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra top the list of preferred states for overall sector, open access solar and rooftop solar, ...
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India may miss solar, wind energy targets by 2022, says CEO survey 16.5.2018 General News
India may not achieve its renewable energy target of having 100 GW of solar energy and 60 GW of wind power by 2022, as per a survey conducted by a consulting firm Bridge to India. India is expected to add total 66 GW of solar energy and 52 GW of wind power by March 2022 -- which is 66 per cent of 100 GW of solar and 87 per cent of 60 GW wind targets set by the government, as per the 3rd edition of RE CEO Survey by Bridge To India said in a statement. The survey fond that the most pressing issue for the industry is safeguard duties, followed by uncertainty in overall policy environment and weak financial position of Discoms. It said that 70 pe cent of the industry (respondents) feels that bidding in the sector is irrationally aggressive. However, it finds that despite these challenges, bulk of respondents are optimistic about the industry and overall growth prospects. Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra top the list of preferred states for overall sector, open access solar and rooftop ..
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Late night dust storm in Delhi-NCR, IMD warns of more in next few hours 16.5.2018 Zee News : States
On Tuesday, two persons died and 18 others injured after two squalls whipped through the national capital.
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India's green sectors to employ 300,000 workers by 2022: ILO 15.5.2018 All News-IANS Stories
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has estimated that 300,000 workers will be employed directly in the solar and wind energy sectors by 2022 to meet India's goal of generating 175 gigawatts of electricity from renewable sources.
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Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018: Met department forecasts moderate to hea... 11.5.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018: Met department forecasts moderate to hea...
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Mahadayi queries force Sambit Patra to call off press conference midway 11.5.2018 Hindu: National
He just says the Prime Minister will resolve the row after party comes to power in State
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High-voltage campaign ends for Karnataka Assembly poll 10.5.2018 General News
A high-voltage, high-decibel campaign, often turning bitter and personal, for the May 12 Karnataka Assembly elections, billed as the quarterfinal before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls with huge stakes for both BJP and Congress, ended Thursday evening amidst predictions of a close fight and a hung Assembly.
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What do the various party manifestos promise us? A bird’s eye view 10.5.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
With two days to go, let us take a quick look at what the various parties have promised for Bengaluru in their election manifestos »
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Rays Power completes 3 solar projects in K'taka 10.5.2018 General News
Rays Power Infra today announced commissioning of 3 solar photovoltaic projects in Karnataka, under the state's open access scheme. The setting up of projects in Jhamkhandi (40 MW), Bijapur (45 MW), and Kustagi (45 MW) took less than 100 days from land acquisition to commissioning, a company statement said. The open access model enables access to power at considerably lower rates, offering better efficiencies and lower utility bills while reducing the carbon footprint of industries in the areas being serviced by projects built in the state. These EPC (engineering, procurement and construction)projects will be cost-effective source of energy for businesses and MNCs in the region, enabling greater economic growth and prosperity, it said.
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Rays Power sets up 3 solar plants in Karnataka of total 130 MW 10.5.2018 All News-IANS Stories
Solar solutions provider Rays Power Infra on Thursday said it has commissioned three solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in Karnataka under the state's open access scheme.
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When it comes to corruption, BJP wins hands down in Karnataka: Rahul 9.5.2018 All News-IANS Stories
Attacking BJP's previous government in Karnataka, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said when it came to corruption, it had "won hands down".
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No contest with BJP on corruption in Karnataka, it wins hands down: Rahul 9.5.2018 General News
Congress President Rahul Gandhi today said the previous BJP government in Karnataka "wins hands down" over the present Congress dispensation when it comes to corruption. It is a "no contest", he said on Twitter drawing comparisons between the Congress government in the state and that of the BJP during 2008-13. He also put out figures in graphics to show that his party-led dispensation was better on various fronts. "In Karnataka, when it comes to corruption, it's a 'No Contest' as this graphic shows. The BJP wins hands down!," he tweeted along with the graphics. The graphics claimed that the Congress was the "top job creator" in the country, the Anna Bhagya scheme of the party's government in Karnataka was feeding four crore people, the Ramthal Marol, Asia's largest drip irrigation project, and the world's largest solar power park, were built by the party and that it had also waived the loans of 22 lakh farmers, amounting to Rs 8,165 crore, in the southern state. On the other hand, the
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No contest with BJP on corruption in K'taka, it wins hands down: Rahul 9.5.2018 General News
Congress president Rahul Gandhi today said there was "no contest" between his party's government in Karnataka and the previous BJP regime in the southern state as regards corruption, adding that the saffron party's rule "wins hands down". Gandhi took to Twitter to draw a comparison between the Congress government in Karnataka and the previous BJP regime (2008-13) in the state, with the help of figures to show that his party's rule was better on all counts. "In Karnataka, when it comes to corruption, it's a "No Contest" as this graphic shows. The BJP wins hands down! (sic)," he tweeted, along with two sets of graphics. The graphics claimed that the Congress was the "top job creator" in the country, the Anna Bhagya scheme of the party's government in Karnataka was feeding four crore people, the Ramthal Marol, Asia's largest drip irrigation project, and the world's largest solar power park were built by the party and that it had also waived the loans of 22 lakh farmers, amounting to Rs ..
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Thunderstorms likely in Rajasthan, UP, Punjab, Delhi; top 10 developments 5.5.2018 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
The home ministry said thunderstorm accompanied with squall were also very likely at isolated places in Uttarakhand, Assam and Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram
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