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Sharp jump in core sector growth 1.8.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Sharp jump in core sector growth
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Arkema inks propylene supply pact with Enterprise Products in the US 1.8.2014 Latest News
This contract will account for a significant part of Arkema's propylene feedstock, a key raw material for acrylics, in the US
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Sensex tanks 414 points, most in over 3 weeks 1.8.2014 Hindu: Markets
The benchmark Sensex on Friday plunged over 414 points, logging its biggest single-day drop in over 3 weeks, to end at 25,480.84 on across-the-board losses in bluechips amid a global sell-off.
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Natwar Singh attacks Manmohan Singh in his book 1.8.2014 CNN-IBN: Politics
Manmohan Singh's reign as Prime Minister has been severely criticised by his former ministerial colleague Natwar Singh, who says he leaves no legacy after being in power for 10 years.
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Manmohan Leaves No Legacy After Being in Power for 10 Years: Natwar Singh 1.8.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Manmohan will have no legacy, says Natwar Singh in autobiography 1.8.2014 FirstPost: Politics

Manmohan Singh's reign as Prime Minister has been severely criticised by his former ministerial colleague Natwar Singh, who says he leaves no legacy after being in power for 10 years.

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Manmohan Singh bent over backwards to accomodate US, uncomfortable with Sonia Gandhi wielding power: Natwar Singh 1.8.2014 DNA: Recent Columns
Manmohan Singh's reign as Prime Minister has been severely criticised by his former ministerial colleague Natwar Singh, who says he leaves no legacy after being in power for 10 years. Singh, who was External Affairs Minister under Manmohan Singh, says the MEA was "demoralised" since it was run from the prime minister's office. "What will be history's verdict on Dr Manmohan Singh's prime ministership? It will either be benignly indifferent or reduce it to a mere footnote. What will be Manmohan Singh's legacy? Sadly, there will be none," he writes in his just-released autobiography 'One Life is Not Enough'. Singh was External Affairs Minister in UPA-I and he had to resign after his name appeared in the Iraqi oil-for-food scam in 2006. Quoting Winston Churchill's famous 'The morning was gold, the afternoon was silver, the evening lead' take on Lord Curzon, Singh says Manmohan's tenure could be similarly described. "He (Manmohan) forgets no slight but is an expert at camouflaging his emotions," he ...
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Markets slump in late trades; Sensex down 400 points 1.8.2014 Latest News
The Sensex slipped below 25,500 and the Nifty was down over 100 points near 7,600
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Govt to rationalise subsidies, ensure only entitled get benefits: Jaitley 1.8.2014 FirstPost: India

Government will rationalise subsidies to ensure that only those entitled are benefited and the subsidy bill will be one of the major tasks before the Expenditure Management Commission it intends to set up in the coming days.

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Sensex slumps 414 points on FII selling amid weak global cues 1.8.2014 Top Stories
The 30-share Sensex ended down 414 points at 25,481 and the 50-share Nifty slipped 119 points at 7,603.
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Where ‘green’ debates are held 1.8.2014 Hindu: Home
In the name of air conditioning, we are cooling the indoors and heating the outdoors! But it has become an integral part of our lives.
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Sensex down 200 points; Power stocks dim; RIL dips 2% 1.8.2014 All Markets Stories
Market breadth is weak with 1,610 losers and 1,129 gainers on the BSE.
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Infosys to start building cutting edge software; Kris Gopalakrishnan to help 1.8.2014 ET: Software
Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka wants the company to take hold of the opportunities that arise in a software-defined world.
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Government to rationalise subsidies: Arun Jaitley 1.8.2014 ET: Policy
He said government plans to set up an Expenditure Management Commission and one of its major tasks will be the subsidy bill.
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Natwar Singh and son: Why he broke with Sonia and the Congress party 1.8.2014 FirstPost: Politics

His book may have caused a stir in the grand old party of Indian politics, but former Congress leader Natwar Singh and his son Jagat, are no strangers to controversy, the largest being the UN's Oil for food programme.

The post Natwar Singh and son: Why he broke with Sonia and the Congress party appeared first on Firstpost.

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Energy security to be high on the agenda during Modi's US visit 1.8.2014 ET: Power
Narendra Taneja said Indian firms have invested a lot in the shale gas sector in the US and many issues would be discussed.
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NIE students show the green way 1.8.2014 Mysore - City - The Times of India
To conserve fossil fuel and promote green technology, students of National Institute of Engineering here have hit the road promoting and striving for innovation in green technology.
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Core infrastructure growth rises to 7.3% in june 1.8.2014 Asian Age: Business

In what will signal some revival in economy, core infrastructure sector grew fastest in 9 months at 7.3 per cent in June helped by a low base last year. This comes on back of industrial production (IIP) growth in May at 19 months high of 4.7 per cent due to good performance by manufacturing, mining and power sectors.

The eight core infra industries which consists of fertilisers, cement, steel, electricity, crude oil, coal, petroleum refinery products and natural gas, have a combined weight of about 37.90 per cent in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP).

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Turning a slate quarry green: 40 years of Centre for Alternative Technology 1.8.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

Welsh hippies ushered in an era of sustainable living well before the world had woken up to climate change

Hippies in a slate quarry in Wales are celebrating four decades of green revolution this weekend, having transformed the character of a local town, pioneered new energy technologies and constructed a water-powered railway.

The Centre for Alternative Technology (Cat) near Machynlleth also created hundreds of jobs and a tourist attraction that draws in around 70,000 visitors a year.

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New India provides for fire claim 1.8.2014 TOI: All Headlines
New India provides for fire claim
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