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No letup in heat wave conditions 24.5.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
No letup in heat wave conditions
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'India Inc expects more reforms in major areas from Modi govt' 24.5.2015 DNA: Top News
As the Modi government completes one year in office, India Inc expects major initiatives in the next two quarters along with forward movement in key sectors like road, power, coal, non-renewable energy, mainly led by public sector investment, industry body Assocham said today. Some major measures are also expected in the agriculture sector which needs huge public investment in areas like irrigation, rural infrastructure and power supply. Besides, the government is likely to continue with support in inputs such as fertilisers, the survey said. "Having taken several initiatives to unclog infrastructure projects and improve ease of doing business, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government is expected to give increased attention to the rural economy, although several of the financial inclusion programmes like the Jan Dhan Yojana would help the countryside," Assocham President Rana Kapoor said. He pointed out that there are select sectors of the economy which are under stress, including housing, real estate, ...
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100 days of AAP ki sarkar: Reality check on work 24.5.2015 TOI: Home
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Modi means business 24.5.2015 Asian Age: Editorial
This is the first time in many years that there is no talk of corruption in New Delhi, both in political circles and in the bureaucracy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise on ending corruption has been kept The Modi government has done a good job this past year. They have focused on clearing the bottlenecks that have inhibited investments and released the choked pipeline. Environmental matters have been settled without a tax, as done earlier. Projects that required approval from the government have more or less come through. FDI in insurance and defence has been raised. The railways and road sectors have got a larger budget and many road orders are being released, much higher than before. Huge funding has come in for infrastructure. Defence and the Made in India initiative are going pretty well, too. Overall, we are seeing that issues that which dogged the industrial sector for a long time have been cleared. One more plus for the government is that increased transparency has been brought into ...
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NTPC public hearing passes off smoothly 24.5.2015 Hindu: News
Land oustees seek employment, better infrastructure for villages
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Babul flays state for fund diversion 24.5.2015 TOI: Calcutta Times
Under attack over praising West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee, BJP MP Babul Supriyo today criticized the Trinamool government for misuse and diversion of central funds to other ...
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Modi means business 24.5.2015 Asian Age: Editorial
This is the first time in many years that there is no talk of corruption in New Delhi, both in political circles and in the bureaucracy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise on ending corruption has been kept The Modi government has done a good job this past year. They have focused on clearing the bottlenecks that have inhibited investments and released the choked pipeline. Environmental matters have been settled without a tax, as done earlier. Projects that required approval from the government have more or less come through. FDI in insurance and defence has been raised. The railways and road sectors have got a larger budget and many road orders are being released, much higher than before. Huge funding has come in for infrastructure. Defence and the Made in India initiative are going pretty well, too. Overall, we are seeing that issues that which dogged the industrial sector for a long time have been cleared. One more plus for the government is that increased transparency has been brought into ...
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Modi means business 24.5.2015 Asian Age: India
This is the first time in many years that there is no talk of corruption in New Delhi, both in political circles and in the bureaucracy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise on ending corruption has been kept The Modi government has done a good job this past year. They have focused on clearing the bottlenecks that have inhibited investments and released the choked pipeline. Environmental matters have been settled without a tax, as done earlier. Projects that required approval from the government have more or less come through. FDI in insurance and defence has been raised. The railways and road sectors have got a larger budget and many road orders are being released, much higher than before. Huge funding has come in for infrastructure. Defence and the Made in India initiative are going pretty well, too. Overall, we are seeing that issues that which dogged the industrial sector for a long time have been cleared. One more plus for the government is that increased transparency has been brought into ...
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Sabotage cry in plant blaze 24.5.2015 Telegraph: Front Page
A major fire broke out at Abhijeet Group's yet-to-be-commissioned power plant at Chandwa in Latehar district last evening with the embers yet to die down, triggering speculation that the incident could have been an act of sabotage.
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Modi means business 24.5.2015 Asian Age: India
This is the first time in many years that there is no talk of corruption in New Delhi, both in political circles and in the bureaucracy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise on ending corruption has been kept The Modi government has done a good job this past year. They have focused on clearing the bottlenecks that have inhibited investments and released the choked pipeline. Environmental matters have been settled without a tax, as done earlier. Projects that required approval from the government have more or less come through. FDI in insurance and defence has been raised. The railways and road sectors have got a larger budget and many road orders are being released, much higher than before. Huge funding has come in for infrastructure. Defence and the Made in India initiative are going pretty well, too. Overall, we are seeing that issues that which dogged the industrial sector for a long time have been cleared. One more plus for the government is that increased transparency has been brought into ...
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A year of hope 24.5.2015 Hindu: Home
A corruption-free, pro-poor government has put India on the global map
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Assured of a stable & functional govt 23.5.2015 Hindu: Home
At the outset, I would like to congratulate Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi and his NDA Government on completing one year in office. Also found in: [+]
4 Ways Solar Panel Installation Can Benefit Your Home 23.5.2015 Taylor Marsh
If you’ve heard a lot about the growing popularity of the installation of solar panels, you may wonder what are the benefits. There are many, to help save the environment to save money on your monthly bills. Learn how this energy source provides many positive benefits in your life. Free electricity Best of installing solar ...
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Many initiatives on passenger amenities in railways but real progress still long way 23.5.2015 All Economy & Policy Stories
When it comes to the state of Indian Railways, Modi government seems to have too much to show for as achievements in the past one year of its term. The rail ministry, under Suresh Prabhu, has a long list of success stories from tying up of funds to ...
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Impressed by Modi's commitment to clean energy: Michael Bloomberg 23.5.2015 DNA: Bangalore
Impressed by Modi's commitment to clean energy: Michael Bloomberg
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Decisiveness in face of obstruction has been NDA's hallmark: Jaitley 23.5.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'Decisiveness in face of obstruction has been NDA's hallmark: Jaitley' at newkerala.com.
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Chronology of Events That Resulted in Jaya's Return as CM for 5th Time 23.5.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Impressed by PM Modi’s commitment to clean energy: Bloomberg 23.5.2015 FirstPost: India

Lauding Prime Minister Narendra Modi for proposing new public health standards for emissions from coal-fired power plants, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has said he is impressed by the Indian leader's commitment to build a clean energy future for India.

The post Impressed by PM Modi’s commitment to clean energy: Bloomberg appeared first on Firstpost.

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Impressed by Modi's commitment to clean energy: Michael Bloomberg 23.5.2015 News
Lauding Prime Minister Narendra Modi for proposing new public health standards for emissions from coal-fired power plants, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has said he is impressed by the Indian leader's commitment to build a clean energy ...
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State pushes for Dhule power project 23.5.2015 Asian Age: Mumbai
The state government is hoping that it will finally be able to acquire land for a 3,300 MW coal-based thermal power project in Dhule, which has been stuck for two years. Local farmers had earlier opposed the land acquisition process, but state revenue minister Eknath Khadse said that now the state government has offered five times the compensation offered earlier and farmers will be happy with the decision. “We have recently decided to compensate two-and-half times the cost of land by ready reckoner (RR) rate for its acquisition in urban area while land owners in rural areas will get five times more compensation than the rate of RR,” Mr Khadse said. The power project in Dondaicha constituency, which is represented by BJP legislator Jaykumar Rawal, had been in a limbo for the last two years as farmers opposed the land acquisition process and waited for a new Bill after it was introduced in Parliament by the then UPA government. Mr Rawal, along with a delegation of project-affected land owners, had met Mr ...
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