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East Germany offers good prospects for Indian firms 13.4.2008 ET: Foreign Trade
Indian companies looking for significant European presence have a reason to smile, with the low profile East Germany region offering more organic growth avenues in diverse sectors ranging from renewable energy to microelectronics.
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Dalit woman panchayat president alleges assault by police 13.4.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
TIRUNELVELI: A Dalit woman panchayat president has been admitted to the Tirunelveli Medical College Hospital after being allegedly thrashed by two police officers for trying to prevent a private company’s repeated attempts to lay a road ...
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Eagle's Eye: Dark March  12.4.2008 Central Chronicle
Eagle's Eye: Dark March 
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Fodder for thought 11.4.2008 IE: From the fields
A Ghaziabad institute develops a hydroponics machine to produce quick, green fodder.
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Underwater microphones can be used to detect hurricanes 11.4.2008 New Indian Express
Underwater microphones can be used to detect hurricanes
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100MW green power units this fiscal 11.4.2008 Business Standard
100MW green power units this fiscal
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Hybrid power systems for rural Gujarat 11.4.2008 Business Standard
Hybrid power systems for rural Gujarat
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Strong storms hit Arkansas, Texas; 1 dead 11.4.2008 IndiaInfo.com
Powerful storms brought hail, heavy rain and possible tornadoes to Arkansas, Texas, and Oklahoma, causing flooding and power outages for thousands of customers
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Strong storms hit Arkansas, Texas, 1 dead 11.4.2008 TOI: The United States
Powerful storms brought hail, heavy rain and possible tornadoes to Arkansas, Texas, and Oklahoma, causing flooding and power outages for thousands of customers on Friday morning.
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Hurricane simulator to bring the house down 10.4.2008 New Scientist: News
The device will use many points of pressure to mimic buffeting winds and is aimed to improve methods of house construction
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Indowind Energy signs agreement for wind farm 10.4.2008 Projects Monitor
Indowind Energy signs agreement for wind farm
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Village emerges as industry hub 10.4.2008 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Mambattu favoured by MNCs
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Kansas town to become green city after 2007 tornado 9.4.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Kansas town looks forward to becoming a green city after devastation from 2007 tornado
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Immersed in the view 9.4.2008 The Guardian -- Front Page
Travel: From cabins to croquet pavilions, Laura Burgess chooses 10 green getaways in the UK
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World's first integrated Wind Turbines inaugurated in Bahrain 8.4.2008 Financial Express
World's first integrated Wind Turbines inaugurated in Bahrain
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WB's India coal plant opposed by green groups 8.4.2008 Financial Express
WB's India coal plant opposed by green groups
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Kalyani Group in strategic tie-up with First Reserve Corp 8.4.2008 India E-News: Asia
Auto component major Kalyani Group has made US-based energy-focussed private equity firm First Reserve Corp a strategic (FRC) investor in its wind energy business.
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Kalyani Group in strategic tie-up with First Reserve Corp 8.4.2008 India E-News: Asia
Auto component major Kalyani Group has made US-based energy-focussed private equity firm First Reserve Corp a strategic (FRC) investor in its wind energy business.
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Kalyani group gets equity boost from First Reserve 7.4.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
The US $ 2.1 billion Kalyani group's foray into the wind sector received an equity boost from First Reserve Corporation, a leading energy-focused private equity firm.
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What Dell can teach India's IT firms 7.4.2008 Rediff: Business
While Indian IT majors are still far away from waking up to the looming threat of global warming, Dell is seriously converting to green power. Moreover, several India firms are still to make a serious effort to tackle the e-waste whereas Dell is now powering 100 per cent of its 2.1 million sq ft global headquarters campus, home to more than 10,000 employees, with green power.
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