User: berkan Topic: Energy
Category: Conventional :: Hydel
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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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Asia Pacific Partnership: The business of clean energy 10.9.2008 HBL: Opinion
Talk about perfect timing. Barely a few days after the Nuclear Suppliers Group waiver paved the way for American companies to enter India’s lucrative civilian nuclear energy market, 11 of the United States’ leading players in the ...
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Policy challenges for nuclear power 10.9.2008 HBL: Opinion
India has just won a hard battle at the Nuclear Suppliers’ Group (NSG) to gain freedom to engage in civilian nuclear commerce, despite its non-adherence to the Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) for ...
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Sneha Kinetic in pact with US co for power project in Sikkim 10.9.2008 HBL: Corporate
Hyderabad, Sept. 9 Sneha Kinetic Power Company has signed a memorandum of understanding with Synergics Energy Services, a US-based firm specialising in development of wind and hydro ...
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Hug and save the trees 9.9.2008 India Together
It was 25 years ago this month when villagers in Karnataka undertook an eight-kilometre-long trek to resist massive tree-felling at the Kalase forests. In today's milieu, the Appiko movement is facing fresh challenge, writes Sudhirendar Sharma.
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Karnataka to add 5,000 MW capacity in next four years 9.9.2008 New Kerala: Karnataka
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Dam forays in other countries 9.9.2008 India Together
As Indian companies look to resources in other countries, some of the issues that have become familiar at home are surfacing elsewhere too. Shripad Dharmadhikary reports.
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Detailed hydro project plans to cut costs, tariff 9.9.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
The power ministry, in a serious bid to give a much-needed push for the development of hydro-power projects in the country, proposes to create shelf of detailed project reports for such projects.
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A troubling ambivalence 9.9.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Prime Minister Prachanda has finished expanding his council of ministers, but aberrations in cabinet formation and functioning...
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Officials’ team visits hydel project area in Idukki 9.9.2008 Hindu: Kerala
KATTAPPANA: A team of officials led by Idukki District Collector Ashok Kumar Singh visited the Thottiyar mini hydroelectric project area on Monday in connection with the acquisition of land for the project. The Collector also received ...
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Power curbs to continue 9.9.2008 Hindu: Front Page
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Renewable energy policy soon 9.9.2008 Hindu: Kerala
State to join REEEP
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Kerala electricity regulator for continuing curbs on power supply 9.9.2008 HBL: Industry & Economy
Will review situation before November. Thiruvananthapuram, Sept 8 The Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission (KSERC) has decided to continue with the restrictions on power supply already in force in the State, till further ...
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This deal may cause India to collapse 8.9.2008 Rediff: Columns
'India must be the very first large State in history that has consciously and voluntarily decided to dismantle itself.'
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Reservoirs get better inflows 8.9.2008 Hindu: Kerala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Inflow into reservoirs in the State is improving with heavy rain in central Kerala on Saturday night. The catchments of the Idukki reservoir received 8 cm rain. The water level went up by a foot. An official ...
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Reservoirs get better inflows 8.9.2008 Hindu: Kerala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Inflow into reservoirs in the State is improving with heavy rain in central Kerala on Saturday night. The catchments of the Idukki reservoir received 8 cm rain. The water level went up by a foot. An official ...
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Mishandling of the crippling power crisis 8.9.2008 Hindu: Business Review
A delayed monsoon, floods in Orissa and Bihar have contributed to the severe power deficit
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Himachal monsoon session marked by Congress boycotts 8.9.2008 Hindu: Other States
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