User: shreyas Topic: Energy
Category: Nuclear
Last updated: Jun 17 2014 10:21 IST RSS 2.0
 
1 to 20 of 15,925    
Mitsubishi shares slip after Alstom bid 17.6.2014 ET: Global Markets
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries shares slipped early Tuesday as investors reacted to the Japanese firm's joint bid with Siemens for the energy assets of French giant Alstom.
Also found in: [+]
Modi to push Manmohan policy on N-power 17.6.2014 deccanherald.com
When it comes to pushing for nuclear energy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to pick up the thread from where his predecessor Manmohan Singh left. Modi is expected to try to end the impasse over the proposed India-Japan civilian nuclear cooperation agreement during his visit to Tokyo early next month. The diplomats of New Delhi and Tokyo are currently trying to settle differences on certain key issues in order to take the negotiations to conclusion stage before Modi meets Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Modi is likely to travel to Tokyo from July 3 to 4. He is likely to meet Abe to review India-Japan bilateral relations, with particular focus on economic and commercial ties as well as cooperation in the field of civilian use of atomic energy. According to sources in New Delhi, certain outstanding issues bogged down the negotiations between the two countries on a framework agreement for civil nuclear cooperation. The "difficult issues" included Japan's insistence to add a clause providing for ...
Also found in: [+]
Blaming NGOs: AAP hits out at IB report 16.6.2014 Oneindia.in: News
New Delhi, June 16: Lashing out at a recent report by the Intellegence Bureau, which alleged that some NGOs are hurting India's economic security, AAP today said it is nothing but "criminanalisation of dissenting voices" and is being misused by political
Also found in: [+]
Letters: The green way forward 16.6.2014 Latest News
This refers to the report "When green warriors battle GDP crusaders" (June 13). One feels that some sections of the media are going a little overboard in their reaction on the leaked Intelligence Bureau report on non-governmental organisations ...
Also found in: [+]
NGOs issue: Aam Aadmi Party hits out at Intellegence Bureau report 16.6.2014 Zee News : India National
Lashing out at a recent report by the Intellegence Bureau, which alleged that some NGOs are hurting India`s economic security, AAP on Monday said it is nothing but "criminanalisation of dissenting voices" and is being misused by political bosses.
Also found in: [+]
NGOs issue: AAP hits out at IB report 16.6.2014 CNN-IBN: India
Lashing out at a recent report by the Intelligence Bureau, which alleged that some NGOs are hurting India's economic security, AAP on Monday said that it is nothing but "criminanalisation of dissenting voices" and is being misused by political bosses.
Also found in: [+]
Now, AAP hits out at IB report on NGOs, calls it 'non-transparent organisation with no accountability' 16.6.2014 DNA: Money
Lashing out at a recent report by the Intellegence Bureau (IB), which alleged that some NGOs are hurting India's economic security, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday said it is nothing but "criminanalisation of dissenting voices" and is being misused by political bosses. "The purposefully leaked IB report, marked secret naming senior reputed activists, NGOs and people's movements and accusing them of hurting the national economic security is nothing but an attempt at criminalising dissenting voices. "The content, tone and tenor of the IB report in fact suggests that it is being misused by its political bosses," AAP said in a statement here. The IB in a report 'Impact of NGOs on Development' said opposition to several development projects in the country by a significant number of NGOs will have a negative impact on economic growth by 2-3%. It also claimed some NGOs and their international donors are also planning to target many fresh economic development projects including those in Gujarat. Terming the ...
Also found in: [+]
Why Greenpeace should be banned... 16.6.2014 DNA: Top News
Thankfully that isn't reason enough to ban something, else people would have to forgo many fundamental human rights that frequently tend to get in the way of perceived “development”. Whichever side of the fence you may be on, it is hard to dispute the fact that NGOs, as a collective, have proven to be a force to reckon with. They have been more than successful in holding the mirror to the government, and provided some, if not a lot, of conscience to its actions on a number of occasions. Greenpeace alone, since its inception, has caused much discomfort to the governments around the world.  In the recent report by the Intelligence Bureau (IB) , Greenpeace stood accused of being a “threat to national economic security”. Their campaigns against coal mining, nuclear plants, deforestation and other such activities has earned them the ire of Indian government officials, who saw it fit to demonise the organisation as being 'anti-development'. Impacts economic growth? For instance, the report states the negative ...
Also found in: [+]
Japan, India near carbon offset deal  16.6.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Japan has been increasingly relying on fossil fuels to generate electricity after idling all 48 of its nuclear plants in the aftermath of the 2011 Fukushima ...
Also found in: [+]
What the Intelligence Bureau told Rajnath about Dawood 16.6.2014 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Terrorism, Kashmir and funding of non-profit organsinations dominate Home Minister Rajnath Singh's first IB briefing. Vicky Nanjappa reports
Also found in: [+]
When are foreign funds okay? A BJP guide for the perplexed 16.6.2014 FirstPost: India
This post is just to help you figure out then, when it is Okay to applaud foreign funding and when it is not—because otherwise you might post something on your FaceBook page that attacks foreign funding when it is actually Okay—and then how stupid and anti-national you’ll look.
Also found in: [+]
When Are Foreign Funds Okay? A guide for the perplexed 16.6.2014 FirstPost: India
This post is just to help you figure out then, when it is Okay to applaud foreign funding and when it is not—because otherwise you might post something on your FaceBook page that attacks foreign funding when it is actually Okay—and then how stupid and anti-national you’ll look.
Also found in: [+]
Why NGOs need to be brought down from their high pedestal - Firstpost 16.6.2014 Google News India
Why NGOs need to be brought down from their high pedestal Firstpost The brouhaha over the Intelligence Bureau (IB) report on non-governmental organisations (NGOs) may be overdone, but we must thank the IB for at least one thing: the debate on the role of NGOs has been opened up, and it needs to continue. While the ...
Also found in: [+]
AERB rules out deficiency in valve construction in Kudankulam plant 16.6.2014 Zee News : States
Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) has ruled out any deficiency in the construction of a valve in Unit 1 of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant where six people were injured last month due to spillage of hot water from it during maintenance work.
Also found in: [+]
Moderate quakes hit near Japan`s Fukushima 16.6.2014 Zee News : World
Two moderate earthquakes struck off Japan`s eastern coast near Fukushima in the early hours on Monday, the US Geological Survey said.
Also found in: [+]
AERB: all is fine with valve at KKNPP 15.6.2014 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
‘Inadequate draining of hot water caused last month’s accident’
Also found in: [+]
AERB Rules Out Deficiency in Valve Construction in Kudankulam 15.6.2014 newindianexpress.com
Also found in: [+]
Enhanced Indo-Canadian ties beneficial for both: Canadian FM 15.6.2014 ET: Foreign Trade
The Canada-India friendship is also one of unrealised potential. It has the ingredients to be one of the greatest partnerships for both our countries.
Also found in: [+]
Uranium mining in Nalgonda may get new lease of life 15.6.2014 TOI: Hyderabad Times
The proposed uranium mining project in Nalgonda district which was practically shelved, may get a new lease of life by the Uranium Corporation of India ...
Also found in: [+]
IB glare on Dutch NGOs 15.6.2014 The Telegraph : North East
New Delhi, June 14: Dutch NGOs are trying to scuttle energy projects in the Northeast, an Intelligence Bureau report has claimed.
Also found in: [+]
1 to 20 of 15,925