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Climate change and cities: It’s not too late to bring green buildings in policy making 29.10.2016 FirstPost: New Delhi

Can cities, which witness population influx, rising levels of pollution and haphazard encroachments daily, endure it any further? Here's how climate change has started affecting cities and why we need green buildings

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A.P. poised for interruption-free power supply 29.10.2016 Hindu: Vijayawada
The government is implementing an action plan for making the State power interruption–free with an investment of over Rs.1 lakh crore in the power sector over the next five years in both public and pr...
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Govt may do away with some indirect tax exemptions in Budget 2017-18 29.10.2016 HBL: Home
Move to rationalise taxes for ease of doing business
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A year on, only iron pillars to process city's solid waste 27.10.2016 Rajkot - City - The Times of India
Tonnes of garbage that the Rajkot city generates, over 500 tonne per day, is being piled at Nakrawadi village since last two years as the waste-to-energy power plant proposed is yet to see light of the day.
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A vicious cycle 25.10.2016 FrontLine: Cover Story
There seems little hope of India ending hunger and ensuring a disease-free life for its citizens as it continues to put its public health stakes on private care in the face of data showing stunting, wasting and loss of weight among large sections of its children. By R. RAMACHANDRAN
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FinMin scraps Mid-year Review in rush for Budget 25.10.2016 HBL: Home
But status report on implementation of major Budget proposals, and fidelity to FRBM targets, will be submitted
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Solar-storage plants in Andamans soon 23.10.2016 TOI: India
The Andaman & Nicobar Islands, known for its legendary beaches and world class diving experience will soon have the country's first city-scale battery storage solar power plants. India's largest generation utility NTPC will set up two solar storage plants with a total capacity of 25MW in Port Blair
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Andaman to go green with India’s first solar storage power plant 21.10.2016 TOI: India
The Andaman & Nicobar Islands - long fabled among holidaymakers for legendary beaches, world-class diving and far-flung location in the middle of nowhere, will soon have something else to boast of -- the country’s first city-scale battery storage solar power plants.
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Urbanisation has contributed to India’s economic growth: Housing secretary 21.10.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Urbanisation has contributed to India’s economic growth: Housing secretary
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'MP is the fastest growing state' 21.10.2016 TOI: All Headlines
'MP is the fastest growing state'
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Agri tourism set to take wings in desert state 20.10.2016 TOI: Jaipur
Tourists coming to Rajasthan will now have options beyond forts and heritage to explore.
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India is setting up an extensive mechanism to ensure speedy, affordable and timely delivery of justice to consumers 19.10.2016 Govt of india: PIB
India has drafted new Consumer Protection Bill through extensive stakeholder consultation and study of best practices across the world. While drafting the Bill, special emphasis has been made to ensure simplicity, speed, access, affordability and timely delivery of justice.
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IIPE to focus more on research 19.10.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
IIPE to focus more on research
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IIPE to focus more on research 19.10.2016 Hindu: Cities
Union Minister to lay foundation stone for the campus tomorrow
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Change perception of SBI as bank for older generation, staffers told 18.10.2016 deccanherald.com
State Bank of India (SBI) chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya, on Tuesday, urged employees to change the way the bank is perceived - as one for the older generation. She was addressing the gathering after inaugurating the Gram Ujwal project, under which SBI has installed over 1,000 solar lamps in 212 villages across Karnataka at a cost of Rs 1 crore, in association with renewable energy firm UV Green. Arundhati said, "We are celebrating 210 years of existence.Even today, our bank is perceived as being for the older generation, that cannot be the case. We have products meant for the younger generation too. But how much are we delivering to them? Our bank is excellent, but in patches. That excellence is not uniform." SBI has its roots in the Bank of Calcutta, which came into existence in June 1806. Thus, SBI completes 210 years, she said. "Our Internet products are by far the best in the market. Believe me, my friends from Citibank and Deutsche Bank tell me that they use SBI digital products along with ...
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National level entrepreneurship programme on micro solar dome starts off in Kolkata 18.10.2016 TOI: Calcutta Times
A national level entrepreneurship development programme started off in Kolkata on Tuesday in connection of developing micro solar domes that has been conceptualised and invented in the country by solar power expert S.P. Gon Chaudhuri.
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Foundation stone for IIPE to be laid on Oct 20 18.10.2016 HBL: Home
The foundation stone for the Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy (IIPE), popularly known as petro university, is going to be laid at Vangali village in Sabbavaram mandal of Visakhapatnam distric...
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From red and amber to green 16.10.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
From red and amber to green
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Varanasi stampede: Jaigurudev started preaching with 5 disciples in Varanasi in 1952 16.10.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Varanasi stampede: Jaigurudev started preaching with 5 disciples in Varanasi in 1952
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State to harness solar power from Pavagada park by April 22.9.2016 TOI: Bangalore Times
With the world's largest solar park in its backyard, Karnataka will soon become a solar-powered state.
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