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NHPC takes Rs 17k-cr loan for 4,622-mw plan 13.9.2008 Financial Express
NHPC takes Rs 17k-cr loan for 4,622-mw plan
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NHPC will join powerplay to light up biz 13.9.2008 Financial Express
NHPC will join powerplay to light up biz
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Punjab to tap power from mini projects 13.9.2008 Hindu: Other States
Chandigarh: The Punjab Science, Technology, Environment Minister Bikram Singh Majithia on Friday said the State Government has embarked upon a plan to tap the potential of 275 MW Power from the mini hydel projects at the canal falls and tail ...
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India-Nepal trade can double by 2010: Assocham 13.9.2008 ET: Foreign Trade
Industry body Assocham today said the forthcoming maiden India-visit by Nepalese Prime Minister Prachanda will give a filip to bilateral trade, which is expected to double to three billion dollar by 2010.
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Diwali date for NHPC float 12.9.2008 Telegraph: Business
Calcutta, Sept. 12: NHPC Ltd, formerly National Hydro Power Corporation Ltd, may come out with its maiden public offering of 168 crore equity shares by the end of next month.
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NHPC IPO to hit the stock market around Diwali 12.9.2008 Business Standard
NHPC IPO to hit the stock market around Diwali
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Indo-Nepal trade likely to be USD 3bn by 2010 12.9.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Satluj Jal Nigam seeks JV with NPCIL for nuclear foray 12.9.2008 ET: Oil & Gas
As India hopes to get access to nuclear fuel soon, state-run Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam has approached the Nuclear Power Corporation of India, proposing a joint venture for setting up an atomic energy plant.
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Punjab: 5 hydel projects foundation stone laid 12.9.2008 Oneindia.in: News
Ludhiana, Sep 12: Environment and Non Conventional Energy Resources Minister Bikram Singh Majitiha on Friday, Sep 12 laid the foundation stone of five mini hydel projects with 5.3 MW capacity being executed on Abohar branch of Sirhind canal at Khanpur bridge.

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Why the Kosi problem arose?  12.9.2008 Central Chronicle
Why the Kosi problem arose? 
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Power: Tap the benign sources 12.9.2008 HBL: Opinion
Is the country doing enough to tap the energy sources from the wind, the sun and the perennial streams? This point has come into focus, thanks to the controversy over the nuclear deal. Production of coal-based electricity — our ...
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Company Review: Tata Power 11.9.2008 Mint: Latest
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Gammon wins hydel project 11.9.2008 Projects Monitor
Gammon wins hydel project
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Phase-II of BPCL expansion delayed 11.9.2008 Projects Monitor
Phase-II of BPCL expansion delayed
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Athena gets nod for Rs 200-cr FDI 11.9.2008 Projects Monitor
Athena gets nod for Rs 200-cr FDI
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TNEB making efforts to maximise generation through its plants 11.9.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu Electricity Board, which is getting enormous relief from wind power, is also making efforts to maximise power generation through its plants. On Wednesday evening, 2,600 megawatt of power was generated against the ...
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TNEB making efforts to maximise generation through its plants 11.9.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu Electricity Board, which is getting enormous relief from wind power, is also making efforts to maximise power generation through its plants. On Wednesday evening, 2,600 megawatt of power was generated against the ...
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Hug and save the trees 10.9.2008 India Together - Environment
The 25-year-long journey History was created on 8 September 1983 when people from villages around Salkani in Uttara Kanada district undertook an eight-kilometre-long trek to resist massive tree-felling operations underway at the Kalase forests. Hordes of men and women lay seize to the forest over the next three months, hugging the trees and forcing the perpetrators with little option but an unceremonious exit. Western ghats, a biodiversity hotspot. Pic: From Paradise Lost , a report published by Prakruti, Uttara Kannada, Karnataka. The news spread fast, catching the imagination of forest dwellers across the state in Kodagu, South Kanara, Chikamaglur and Shimoga districts. Appiko, meaning ‘hug the trees’, soon became a potent expression to counter violence against nature, reflecting empathy towards forests. “It seems a cosmic force was fuelling indelible energy into each of us,” recalls M N Mableshwar of Gubbigadde village in Sirsi. The villagers of Gubbigadde and Balegadde, who were the ...
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Arunachal approves policy on hydro-electric projects 10.9.2008 New Kerala: India News
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Road to development 10.9.2008 Frontline
Road to development
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