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World Bank approves $75 m credit to S Lanka 11.9.2009 HBL: Breaking News
World Bank approves $75 m credit to S Lanka
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Karnataka presses for early release of $1.175 bn WB loan 11.9.2009 Business Standard: News Now
Karnataka government today pushed for early clearance of loans to the tune of $1.175 billion that it has sought from the World Bank to take up various projects in the state.
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Project on precision farming tech launched 11.9.2009 Central Chronicle
Project on precision farming tech launched
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Sanction Rs 791 cr under PMGSY soon: Min 11.9.2009 Central Chronicle
Sanction Rs 791 cr under PMGSY soon: Min
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Centre eyes Rs 15k-cr line of credit from WB for roads 11.9.2009 Financial Express
Centre eyes Rs 15k-cr line of credit from WB for roads
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Nath seeks $3-bn loan from World Bank to double-lane highways 11.9.2009 Indian Express: Business
The road transport and highways ministry is pitching for a $3-billion World Bank loan to convert 6,300 kilometer of single-lane...
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Indian firms reluctant to trade carbon credits 11.9.2009 Rediff: Business
Although India is the second largest generator of environment-friendly projects, domestic firms, public and private, are shying away from maximising the monetary benefits derived from such carbon emission reductions. The country, which is second only to China in terms of generating of carbon credits through the introduction of low polluting technologies, ranks very low when it comes to encashing of these credits through carbon trading.
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Stand-off delays reconstruction of tenements at Nochikuppam 11.9.2009 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Disagreement over enumeration of the beneficiaries mars the process
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Innovation project funding at risk over World Bank rider 11.9.2009 Mint: Latest
Three officials involved in the project said on condition of anonymity that the World Bank’s bid to attach conditions to the funding was a deal breaker
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Proposals for 8 biomass power projects cleared 11.9.2009 Hindu: Other States
IPICOL organises workshop on ‘Cleaner production and CDM’
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Our reforms, their reforms 11.9.2009 Hindustan Times: Business
In the IFC's Doing Business list for 2010, Rwanda, still in the midst of a border conflict with Congo, emerged as the top reformer. Aman Sethi reports.
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Indian firms prove reluctant to trade their carbon credits 11.9.2009 Business Standard
Although India is the second largest generator of environment-friendly projects, domestic firms, public and private, are shying away from maximising the monetary benefits derived from such carbon emission reductions.
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Sino-India ties: A glimpse 10.9.2009 Hindustan Times: India
* 1962 : Sino-Indian War; China seized Aksai Chin and overran Arunachal Pradesh. * 1967 : There were two skirmishes between Indian and Chinese forces in Sikkim. The first one was dubbed the 'Nathu La incident,' and the other the 'Chola incident.' * 1986-87 : Chinese and Indian forces clashed in Arunachal Pradesh * 1988 : Relations began to thaw. India and the People's Republic of China agreed to broaden bilateral ties in various areas, working to achieve a "fair and reasonable settlement while seeking a mutually acceptable solution" to the border dispute. * 1993 : Prime Minister Narasimha Rao and Premier Li Peng signed the border agreement. * 1998 : Sino-Indian relations hit a low point following India's nuclear tests in ...
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Kamal Nath to meet World Bank chief, address investors in US 10.9.2009 Hindustan Times: Business
In a bid to attract foreign investmment in the road sector, Road Transport and Highways Minister Kamal Nath will meet the World Bank chief and address an investors round table during his seven-day US visit beginning on Friday.
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Roads ministry in talks with World Bank for $3 bn loan 10.9.2009 Mint: Policy Tracker
The concessional loans, which would cover 80% of the cost of the projects, would be needed to improve highways connecting some of India’s backward regions
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Sino-India ties: A glimpse 10.9.2009 Hindustan Times: India
* 1962 : Sino-Indian War; China seized Aksai Chin and overran Arunachal Pradesh. * 1967 : There were two skirmishes between Indian and Chinese forces in Sikkim. The first one was dubbed the 'Nathu La incident,' and the other the 'Chola incident.' * 1986-87 : Chinese and Indian forces clashed in Arunachal Pradesh * 1988 : Relations began to thaw. India and the People's Republic of China agreed to broaden bilateral ties in various areas, working to achieve a "fair and reasonable settlement while seeking a mutually acceptable solution" to the border dispute. * 1993 : Prime Minister Narasimha Rao and Premier Li Peng signed the border agreement. * 1998 : Sino-Indian relations hit a low point following India's nuclear tests in ...
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The Mint report for 10 September 2009 10.9.2009 Mint: Political Economy
Pfizer plans to get into market for generics; inflation falls for the thirteenth straight week; the National Innovation Project could lose its World Bank funding
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56 pc rise in FDI in July, India regains investors faith 10.9.2009 ET: Indicators
India received $ 3.51 bn FDI in July, showing a year-on-year increase of 56 per cent despite persisting global crisis.
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Nath to meet WB chief, address investors in US 10.9.2009 Financial Express
Nath to meet WB chief, address investors in US
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Kamal Nath to meet World Bank chief, address investors in US 10.9.2009 Hindustan Times: Business
In a bid to attract foreign investmment in the road sector, Road Transport and Highways Minister Kamal Nath will meet the World Bank chief and address an investors round table during his seven-day US visit beginning on Friday.
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