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US Should Boost Indian Navy's Combat Power: US Think Tank 24.4.2015 newindianexpress.com
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US should boost Indian Navy`s combat power: US think tank 24.4.2015 Zee News : India National
With the US and India agreeing to explore the joint development of India's next-generation aircraft carrier, a leading think tank has suggested US offer India latest technology to help increase Indian Navy's combat power.
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US should boost Indian Navy's combat power: US think tank 24.4.2015 All News-IANS Stories
With the US and India agreeing to explore the joint development of India's next-generation aircraft carrier, a leading think tank has suggested US offer India latest technology to help increase Indian Navy's combat power.
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Gene editing could prevent mitochondrial disease in children 23.4.2015 New Scientist: Health
Editing DNA in mouse egg cells has been used to remove faulty mitochondria, leaving only healthy ones behind to be inherited. It could offer an alternative to controversial three-parent ...
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NDA reigns blessed by oil prices but shaken by rain shortfalls 23.4.2015 Hindustan Times: Business
You could call it luck or a coincidence Either way the BJPled NDA seems to have strange encounters with monsoon rains and oil prices with the former giving it a tough time and the latter showering some blessings Oil prices and the pattern of rainfalls over the past two decades suggest that Congressled UPA seems to have enjoyed an opposite ...
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Drone at Japanese PM's residence has Fukushima cesium? 23.4.2015 deccanherald.com
Japanese authorities are exploring the possibility that radioactive cesium found in a drone that landed on Prime Minister Shinzo Abes residence could be from the Fukushima nuclear power plant, Efe news agency reported citing investigators. Given that the isotopes detected in the drone are not found in nature and are a product of nuclear fusion, authorities believe they could be the result of emissions released during the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, sources from the Tokyo police told Kyodo news agency on Thursday. The accident at the Fukushima plant triggered by the earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011, was the worst since the Chernobyl meltdown in Ukraine in 1986. It forced the evacuation of 70,000 people from the area and seriously affected agriculture, fisheries and local livestock. An unmanned aerial vehicle with a 50-cm wingspan and of unknown origin was found near the heliport on the roof of Abes residence in Tokyo on Wednesday. Abe is currently in Jakarta, Indonesia, attending the ...
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Drone at Japanese PM's residence has Fukushima cesium? 23.4.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Japanese authorities are exploring the possibility that radioactive cesium found in a drone that landed on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's residence could be from the Fukushima nuclear power plant, Efe news agency reported citing investigators.
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India's inevitable rise to the top 23.4.2015 New Kerala: Technology
Read Full story of 'India's inevitable rise to the top' at newkerala.com.
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KKNPP’s gesture to school 23.4.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
KKNPP’s gesture to school
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The triumph of Nicola Sturgeon 23.4.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
The ‘most dangerous woman in Britain’ has become its most popular politician. Does her rise mark the emergence of a new Scotland? When Nicola Sturgeon took the stage on 28 March before 3,000 devotees at the Scottish National party’s spring conference in Glasgow, the SNP’s deputy leader, Stewart Hosie, introduced her as “the only party leader in the UK who people actually like ... let me just say that again, the only party leader with positive approval ratings throughout the UK”. The audience whistled, clapped and cheered, and Sturgeon, in her best Kurt Geigers and coral-pink suit, climbed up the few steps to the platform, where her already-gathered cabinet rose from their chairs and, like a well-drilled military unit, turned to greet her with their arms outstretched in applause. A screen behind them showed that the number of SNP members now stood at 102,143, a fourfold increase since September’s referendum. The SNP is now the third largest party in Britain. This kind of choreographed triumphalism can ...
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India's inevitable rise to the top (Comment: Special to IANS) 23.4.2015 All News-IANS Stories
India's meteoric rise to global prominence is inevitable. Perhaps, US President Barack Obama, writing in Time Magazine on April 16, puts India's and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rise to prominence best: "Today, he's the leader of the world's ...
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Jaitapur stokes fission in Sena-BJP ties 23.4.2015 Hindu: News
Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray said his party would not let Jaitapur turn into a Fukushima.
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BJP to take up Jaitapur with Shiv Sena 23.4.2015 Asian Age: Mumbai
Energy minister Chandrashekhar Bavankule hinted that the Centre is ready to speak with the Shiv Sena over the Jaitapur nuclear power plant issue and party chief Uddhav Thackeray may be invited to Delhi for a discussion. “Jaitapur is a national project and the state’s role was limited to land acquisition and rehabilitation. There is no question of the Sena and BJP supporting or opposing it. One should consider national interest. The Sena chief might be invited to Delhi to discuss the issue,” Mr Bavankule said on Wednesday after participating in a day-long workshop by Mahagenco. The Congress-led UPA government initiated the project and the Sena has been against it since its inception. Now that the BJP is ruling at the Centre, it wants to go ahead with it. The minister also assured that this summer there would be fewer power cuts as the state has a shortfall of only 500 MW in the afternoons. Mumbai’s power infrastructure has also been enhanced so that the city does not face blackouts due to technical ...
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BJP to take up Jaitapur with Shiv Sena 23.4.2015 Asian Age: Mumbai
Energy minister Chandrashekhar Bavankule hinted that the Centre is ready to speak with the Shiv Sena over the Jaitapur nuclear power plant issue and party chief Uddhav Thackeray may be invited to Delhi for a discussion. “Jaitapur is a national project and the state’s role was limited to land acquisition and rehabilitation. There is no question of the Sena and BJP supporting or opposing it. One should consider national interest. The Sena chief might be invited to Delhi to discuss the issue,” Mr Bavankule said on Wednesday after participating in a day-long workshop by Mahagenco. The Congress-led UPA government initiated the project and the Sena has been against it since its inception. Now that the BJP is ruling at the Centre, it wants to go ahead with it. The minister also assured that this summer there would be fewer power cuts as the state has a shortfall of only 500 MW in the afternoons. Mumbai’s power infrastructure has also been enhanced so that the city does not face blackouts due to technical ...
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Left to form panels against Sumitomo 23.4.2015 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
The CPI and CPI (Marxist) on Wednesday organized separate agitations in Srikakulam district opposing both Sumitomo project in Polaki mandal and Atomic power plant in Kovvada of Ranasthalam mandal s...
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KKNPP’s gesture to school 23.4.2015 Hindu: Tamil Nadu

KKNPP’s gesture to government school

Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project, under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme, has constructed the compound wall around Go...
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BRICS nations discuss road map to turn into green economies 23.4.2015 ET: Economy/Finance
Move for sustainable development, without compromising on competitiveness; five countries account for 26% of land area.
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Tax breaks for corrosion control in the works 22.4.2015 HBL: Home
The Union Ministry Commerce is in talks with the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers to launch a national mission for controlling corrosion in metals before end of April. The idea is that compan...
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Jaitapur nuclear power project will take off despite protests, says state power minister 22.4.2015 TOI: Mumbai
Work on Jaitapur nuclear power project will happen despite protests from certain quarters, said state power minister Chandrashekhar ...
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Four indigenous nuclear reactors will be ready by 2019: Government 22.4.2015 ET: Power
Four indigenous nuclear power reactors - KAPP 3&4 (2X700 MW) at Kakrapar, Gujarat and RAPP 7&8 (2X700 MW) at Rawatbhata, Rajasthan - are under construction.
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