User: retjvra Topic: Energy
Category: Hydel
Last updated: Mar 23 2017 14:02 IST RSS 2.0
 
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NTPC commissions 20 MW capacity at Bhadla solar project 23.3.2017 ET: Power
NTPC has planned capacity addition of about 1,000 MW through renewable resources by 2017. Towards this, NTPC has already commissioned 310 MW solar PV projects.
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BRIEF-NTPC achieves highest ever single day generation of 870.11 MUs on March 22 23.3.2017 Sify Finance
March 23 (Reuters) - NTPC Ltd
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Sisodia seeks industry help on skill growth 23.3.2017 TOI: Cities
Seeking partnership of the Indian industry in skill development, deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday asked them to participate in improving infrastructure and standards in Delhi government schools. He also asked them to assist in planning for skill training with focus on employability.
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'What's more important? Feeding people or enriching 1 man?' 22.3.2017 Rediff: Interviews
'Why should farmers who give us food be vacated to hand over their property to a private company held by one individual,' asks green activist S P Udaykumar.
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India denies Pak’s claim of talks on Indus in US 22.3.2017 TOI: India
India is unlikely to participate in any meeting in Washington DC with Pakistan on the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) in April, as has been announced by the Pakistan government after a meeting of the Indus Commissioners in Islamabad on Tuesday. Sources also said India had not, as Pakistan claimed, agreed to halt the Miyar hydroelectric project in J&K.
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India rejects Pak's claims of halting Miyar Dam project 22.3.2017 Rediff: News
Earlier, Pakistani media reports claimed that the Indian delegation agreed to halt the progress on Miyar hydroelectric project's design after accepting Pakistan's reservations.
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Shedding light on past 22.3.2017 Hindu: Home
Tangedco officials set up museum in Kundah
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India has withdrawn Miyar hydroelectric project's design: Pak 21.3.2017 deccanherald.com
Pakistan said today that India has withdrawn the design of the Miyar hydroelectric project in Himachal Pradesh following its objections. The development came as the Permanent Indus Commission (PIC) meeting of the Indus Water Commissioners of Pakistan and India was held today on water issues for a second day here. The Indian delegation for the two-day meeting was led by Indus Water Commissioner P K Saxena while the Pakistani delegation was headed by Mirza Asif Saeed Baig. Pakistans Ministry of Water and Power said in a statement that the discussions were held on Indias proposed Miyar, Lower Kalnai and Pakal Dul hydropower projects as well as on matters pertaining to the exchange of data and conducting tours and meetings of the Indus commission. "On (the) Miyar hydropower project, India has withdrawn its design after Pakistan had made objections on it in the previous meetings of the commission," the statement said. It said the "Indian side also agreed to a tour of inspection for Pakistans Indus Commission ...
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Sufficient power is available, but power cuts are common 21.3.2017 Hindu: News
Residents want answers from Bescom which claims that it is forced to go in for load shedding in some pockets due to technical constraints
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China projects stuck due to Prachanda's pro-India policies: Chinese media 21.3.2017 Latest News
Reflecting changed priorities, article recalled his past association with China, anti-India rhetoric
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India, Pakistan to hold talks on Kishanganga and Ratle projects? 21.3.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
Asif welcomed India's decision to resume negotiations under the 1960 Indus Waters Treaty
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Indus Water Treaty: India, Pakistan to hold high-level talks in US in April, says report 21.3.2017 Zee News : India National
The Indian and Pakistan government is all set to hold three-day secretary-level talks over the disputed hydropower projects in the Indus Valley in April this year, according to an IANS report. 
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Pakistan, India to hold high-level water talks in US 21.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Following the intervention of the US and the World Bank, India and Pakistan will be returning to the negotiating table over the disputed hydropower projects in the Indus Valley in April.
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Indo-Pak high-level 'water talks' to begin in Washington from April 21.3.2017 New Kerala: World News
Indo-Pak high-level 'water talks' to begin in Washington from April
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Kishenganga off the menu in Indus talks 21.3.2017 Hindu: Home
But India, Pak. hold ‘frank discussions’ on other schemes
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It's time to think green... 20.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
I start with a question. Has the word 'forest' become more prevalent in our everyday vocabulary, no matter which walk of life we come from? I mean, how often do we see, read or refer to a mention of this term. Let's explore a few possibilities. The word sometimes comes across in news with a statistical enumeration of the tree cover that India has and whether we are falling short of our policy goals. At other times, there is an appeal that trees need to be protected as they give a whole deal of services to human beings. Good air, water, a peek into wildlife, a fine trek and much else our environmental mind would desire. Then, there are occasions when the reference is that of a contest. Should part of the Panna Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh be submerged because India is experimenting with the idea of interlinking of rivers or is the habitat of the black-necked crane more important than India's strategic dam building in Arunachal Pradesh? Mini hydel projects or wind power are the alternatives for many ...
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India, Pakistan hold Indus water talks 20.3.2017 deccanherald.com
Officials from India and Pakistan discussed problems relating to the Indus Basin at the two-day Indus Water Commission meeting which began on Monday after a gap of nearly two years following the tensions in bilateral ties after the Uri attack.

"The talks have started which is good for relations of the two countries," Pakistan's Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Asif said.

The 10-member Indian delegation led by Indus Water Commissioner P K Saxena held a closed-door meeting with the Pakistani side which was headed by Mirza Asif Saeed.

During the meeting, Pakistan will highlight concerns about the three Indian hydro projects being built on the rivers flowing into Pakistan.
PTI
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India, Pakistan hold Indus Water Commission talks in Islamabad 20.3.2017 Hindu: News
Three Indian hydro projects are reckoned by the other side to violate the Indus Water Treaty of 1960.
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International conference on hydraulics and environmental systems from March 23 to 25 at Belagavi 20.3.2017 Hindu: News
The three-day “International Conference on Hydraulics and Environmental Systems-2017” being hosted by the city-based KLE Dr. M.S. Sheshagiri College of Engineering and Technology from Mar.23 to 25 wi...
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Let's respect Indus Waters Treaty, Pakistan tells India 20.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Both India and Pakistan must respect the Indus Waters Treaty as it is in their interest, Pakistan's Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Asif said on Monday.
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