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National Science Day celebrated at CSIO 3.3.2015 TOI: All Headlines
National Science Day celebrated at CSIO
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India-US ties: What if Modi were to suddenly disappear from the scene? 3.3.2015 Rediff: News
Was the Modi-Obama summit the panacea for all that troubles the India-US relationship?
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Budget 2015 refuels India’s power sector 3.3.2015 Asian Age: Business
The government wants to fulfil the promises of Make in India, and to provide uninterrupted power supply to each Indian household by 2022 — all these aspects may face a common hindrance — requirements of more power. In line with the above vision, the government, in the 2015 Union Budget had announced certain policy measures which could address this requirement of power. It has been proposed to setup 5 new Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPP), each of 4000 MW, in the plug-and-play mode and has been clarified that all clearances would be in place before the project is awarded by an auction process. The transparent auction process has also been adopted for coal, where it is envisaged that the coal bearing states will be getting additional funds for creation of long awaited community assets and welfare of people. Also, the ministry of new renewable energy has revised its target of renewable energy capacity to 1,75,000 MW till 2022, comprising of solar, wind, biomass and small Hydro power. Also, it has been ...
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‘NPCIL will give priority to safety in nuclear plants’ 3.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘NPCIL will give priority to safety in nuclear plants’
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“Technological advances influence global relations” 3.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
“Technological advances influence global relations”
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“Technological advances influence global relations” 3.3.2015 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Technological advances, notably in information and communication sectors, have exerted transformational influence across all domains of international relations, former Ambassador C.P. Ravindranatha...
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‘NPCIL will give priority to safety in nuclear plants’ 3.3.2015 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Department of Atomic Energy and its affiliated organisation Beach Sand and Offshore Investigation (BSOI) have decided to conduct awareness camps in all the schools and colleges to explain about the...
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Budget 2015 refuels India’s power sector 3.3.2015 Asian Age: Business
The government wants to fulfil the promises of Make in India, and to provide uninterrupted power supply to each Indian household by 2022 — all these aspects may face a common hindrance — requirements of more power. In line with the above vision, the government, in the 2015 Union Budget had announced certain policy measures which could address this requirement of power. It has been proposed to setup 5 new Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPP), each of 4000 MW, in the plug-and-play mode and has been clarified that all clearances would be in place before the project is awarded by an auction process. The transparent auction process has also been adopted for coal, where it is envisaged that the coal bearing states will be getting additional funds for creation of long awaited community assets and welfare of people. Also, the ministry of new renewable energy has revised its target of renewable energy capacity to 1,75,000 MW till 2022, comprising of solar, wind, biomass and small Hydro power. Also, it has been ...
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Talking again 3.3.2015 Telegraph: Opinion
Our policy towards Pakistan has been marked by flip-flops and lack of coherence because an adequate answer to the complex and enduring challenges that we face from that country has evaded us so far. We have repeatedly reached out to Pakistan in the hope that in its own interest it will see the wisdom of ending its confrontation with India, and we have not been deterred from doing so even when our expectations have been repeatedly belied. Like a gambler we keep placing bets, keep losing, but keep hoping we might win one day.
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Should the UK be subsidising the world's first tidal lagoons? 2.3.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Company begins approval process for project that could power 1.5m homes in Wales, but concerns remain over enormity of scale and high electricity costs The company planning to build a series of massive tidal lagoons in the UK claim their project can generate electricity that will be competitive with offshore wind and nuclear power. But experts have urged the government to take a cautious approach to the massive capital investment. The world’s first tidal lagoon power station is ready to begin construction in Swansea, Wales should it attain planning approval. The project has been criticised for its exorbitant electricity costs, estimated to be £168/MWh. When the project begins generation in 2018, onshore wind will be producing electricity for less than half of this price ...
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Budget has positive announcements for infrastructure and power sectors: Anil Chaudhry 2.3.2015 Latest News
Investments in infrastructure being increased to Rs 70,000 crores should spur renewed interest in many projects across the country
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A balanced budget with multiple focus areas: Hemant Kanoria 2.3.2015 Latest News
Overall, budget is a very progressive budget which has focused on infrastructure, agriculture, ease of doing business, skill development and job creation
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French nuke plant shut down due to pipe defect 2.3.2015 Zee News : World
Energy production has been shut down at France`s oldest nuclear power plant after a pipe defect was discovered, the station`s operators said Sunday. 
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INO will cause major environmental damages in Theni: Medha Patkar 2.3.2015 Zee News : States
Noted social activist Medha Patkar today joined hands with MDMK leader Vaiko to oppose the proposed neutrino observatory project in Theni district, claiming that it would cause large-scale environmental damages.
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State’s second nodal center of BARC to be set up at Bareilly College 1.3.2015 TOI: All Headlines
State’s second nodal center of BARC to be set up at Bareilly College
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Full electrification by 2022 1.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Full electrification by 2022
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Energy policy on the right path: Kirit S Parikh 1.3.2015 All Economy & Policy Stories
The coal tax will generate at least Rs 10,000 crore per year and it will be used to promote renewables
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Govt assets grow by 6%, now worth Rs 10.3 lakh crore 1.3.2015 TOI: India Business
The government of India owned assets are worth over Rs 10.3 lakh crore at the end of 2013-14 fiscal year, according to a statement introduced with the Budget on Saturday in the Parliament. 
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Full electrification by 2022 1.3.2015 Hindu: News
Five new UMPPs to come up with Rs.1 lakh crore investment
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Budget 2015-16: Five new ultra-mega power projects to be set up 28.2.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'Budget 2015-16: Five new ultra-mega power projects to be set up' at newkerala.com.
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