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6 key core sector industries’ growth slows down to 5.3% in June 17.8.2007 Mint: Indicators
Barring electricity, every other industry - petroleum refinery products, coal, cement and finished steel - recorded a slow growth in June
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Painting power 17.8.2007 Hindu:Young World: Vijayawada
The competition conducted by the NEDCAP was an eye opener.
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Torrent’s Surat power plant gets nod to earn large carbon credits 17.8.2007 Mint: Infrastructure
Largest Indian project to be registered with executive board of UN’s Clean Development Mechanism
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Jindal, others now eye Tilaiya power project 16.8.2007 Mint: Infrastructure
The project includes establishment, operation and maintenance of a 4,000MW coal fired pithead power project including mine development and transportation of coal
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Great Eastern to become integrated player 16.8.2007 Mint: Infrastructure
The company plans to fund this plan from internal accurals and may also tap the capital market
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We’ll bid for project at Krishnapattnam: L&T 14.8.2007 Mint: Infrastructure
L&T has entered into a joint venture with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd to set up a Rs750 crore manufacturing facility which will have an annual production capacity of 3,000-4,000MW
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Some fresh air 26.7.2007 Mint: Our View
Competitive bidding for captive coal mines should extend to the entire sector
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India to stall efforts to curb its emissions 5.6.2007 Financial Times India: Regulation
India is expected this week to stall developed countries' attempts to include it in a commitment to curb greenhouse gas emissions, citing its low per-capita emissions and need for near double-digit growth to lift hundreds of millions out of poverty.
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India to stall efforts to curb its emissions 5.6.2007 Financial Times India: Economy
India is expected this week to stall developed countries' attempts to include it in a commitment to curb greenhouse gas emissions, citing its low per-capita emissions and need for near double-digit growth to lift hundreds of millions out of poverty.
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India to stall efforts to curb its emissions 5.6.2007 Financial Times India: Regulation
India is expected this week to stall developed countries' attempts to include it in a commitment to curb greenhouse gas emissions, citing its low per-capita emissions and need for near double-digit growth to lift hundreds of millions out of poverty.
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India's black agenda in a climate change era 23.3.2007 India Together - Environment

In January, the Ratan Tata-chaired Investment Commission green-lighted coal-to-liquids (CTL) technology for India and the goverment appears eager to develop policy to promote CTL. But beyond the pressing demands for energy security and new investment lies a starker reality less seen by the public, notes Sunita Dubey.
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India's black agenda in a climate change era 22.3.2007 India Together
In January, the Ratan Tata-chaired Investment Commission green-lighted coal-to-liquids (CTL) technology for India and the goverment appears eager to develop policy to promote CTL. But beyond the pressing demands for energy security and new investment lies a starker reality less seen by the public, notes Sunita Dubey.
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SEZs: Lessons from China 8.2.2007 India Together
While single-minded pursuit of exports has helped China touch record growth figures, millions have been left behind, besides incurring huge environmental costs. And without even the limited dose of welfare that China offers its poor farmers, India must wary of copying China's SEZ-approach, writes Bhaskar Goswami.
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Bush's address tackles energy and climate 24.1.2007 New Scientist: Focus on America
The US addiction to gas-guzzlers is at last poised to receive some treatment, but critics claim the US president's plans fall short
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Bush's address tackles energy and climate 24.1.2007 New Scientist: Focus on America
The US addiction to gas-guzzlers is at last poised to receive some treatment, but critics claim the US president's plans fall short
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Bush's address tackles energy and climate 24.1.2007 New Scientist: Focus on America
The US addiction to gas-guzzlers is at last poised to receive some treatment, but critics claim the US president's plans fall short
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Emerging alternate energy breakthroughs 24.1.2007 Good News India
Despite their allure, alternate energy systems have really not been able to displace conventional, non-sustainable, polluting or hazardous sources like coal, petroleum or nuclear. Reasons are cost and scalability. Take solar energy. It is estimated that several times the planet’s total energy need arrives from the sun but costs of gathering and effectively storing it are prohibitive. Nanosolar Inc, in California, USA began with a checklist of seven stumbling blocks in the way of solar energy’s success and has in 5 years of work, been ticking them off as overcome. It is now ready for wide commercial…
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Climate change special: State of denial 4.11.2006 New Scientist: Focus on America
A bitter battle is brewing between mainstream American climate scientists and the minority who deny that human activity is causing global climate change
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Climate change special: State of denial 4.11.2006 New Scientist: Focus on America
A bitter battle is brewing between mainstream American climate scientists and the minority who deny that human activity is causing global climate change
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Climate change special: State of denial 4.11.2006 New Scientist: Focus on America
A bitter battle is brewing between mainstream American climate scientists and the minority who deny that human activity is causing global climate change
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