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NTPC signs Fuel <strong>supply</strong> of 14000 MW capacity

NTPC signs Fuel supply of 14000 MW capacity

28 Aug 2014

New Delhi: State-run power generator NTPC has signed fuel supply agreements for 14,010 MW capacity to be commissioned by March 2015, the company said on Wednesday.

NTPC,   Fuel supply,   Coal Supply Agreements,   Arup Roy Choudhury,   Electricity generation,  
More power <strong>supply</strong> woes as Adani, Tata shut units at Mundra

More power supply woes as Adani, Tata shut units at Mundra

28 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Some parts of the country might face significant electricity shortages with about 7,000 MW generation capacity getting impacted due to many power plants, including Mundra projects of Adanis and Tatas, shutting down some of their units.

Electricity shortages,   Power shortages,   Power generation capacity,   Power plants,   Mundra projects,   Adani,   Tata,  
HPGCL sets new benchmark in power generation

HPGCL sets new benchmark in power generation

27 Aug 2014

Chandigarh: The Haryana Power Generation Corporation Ltd (HPGCL) claimed on Wednesday that it had set a new benchmark by generating 723.47 Lakh Units (LU) of electricity in a single day yesterday at a Plant Load Factor of 94.37 per cent, which is the highest ever daily generation since its formation.

Haryana Power Generation Corporation Ltd,   Electricity generation,   Devender Singh,   Lowest coal consumption,   Electricity generation,   Maximum electric unit production,  
24x7 power <strong>supply</strong> plan provides robust growth avenues: NTPC

24x7 power supply plan provides robust growth avenues: NTPC

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Pinning hopes on the new government's initiatives, NTPC on Wednesday said plans to provide round-the-clock electricity to every household in the country translates to robust growth opportunities amid challenges faced by the power sector.

NTPC,   24X7 electricity,   growth opportunities,   power sector,   state electricity distribution companies,   Arup Roy Choudhury,  
Vegetable prices soar in Punjab, Haryana

Vegetable prices soar in Punjab, Haryana

27 Aug 2014

Chandigarh: In the wake of shortage of supplies from neighbouring states like Himachal Pradesh, prices of vegetables including tomato and potato have seen a significant surge in the last one week in Punjab and Haryana.

Vegetable prices,   Soaring Vegetable prices,   Himachal Pradesh supply shortage,   scanty rains,   Pahari tomato,   Pahari potato,  
Hike crosses 35 million user mark, raises USD 65 million funding

Hike crosses 35 million user mark, raises USD 65 million funding

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Instant messaging application hike messenger on Wednesday said that it has crossed 35 million-user mark and is handling over 10 billion messages and 3 billion stickers per month.

Hike,   hike messenger,   instant messenger,   Bharti Enterprises,   SoftBank Corporation,  
Chinese hydropower firm to invest in nuclear sector

Chinese hydropower firm to invest in nuclear sector

27 Aug 2014

Beijing: China Three Gorges Corporation (CTGC), the country's largest hydropower provider, will enter the nuclear power sector following an agreement with China National Nuclear Corporation, according to a statement issued by the company.

China,   Chinese investment,   Chinese hydropower,   Chinese nuclear sector,   Nuclear power plant,   China Three Gorges Corporation,   China National Nuclear Corporation,   Taohuajiang nuclear plant,   Three Gorges Dam ,  
Jan Dhan Yojana: Personal accident cover doubled to Rs 2 lakh

Jan Dhan Yojana: Personal accident cover doubled to Rs 2 lakh

27 Aug 2014

Mumbai: To make the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) a mega success, the government has doubled the personal accident cover to Rupees two lakh per person if the bank account is opened within the first 100 days of the massive financial inclusion programme being launched on Thursday.

National Payment Corporation,   NPCI,   PMJDY,   Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana,   Jan Dhan Yojana,   Indian Economy,  
Pakistan's largest city thirsts for a water <strong>supply</strong>

Pakistan's largest city thirsts for a water supply

25 Aug 2014

Karachi: On the outskirts of the slums of Pakistan's biggest city, protesters burning tires and throwing stones have what sounds like a simple demand; they want water at least once a week.

Pakistan,   water supply,   thirst,   water scarcity,   Karachi,   groundwater,   water demand,  
Moon soil charged due to <strong>electric</strong> spark in space?

Moon soil charged due to electric spark in space?

22 Aug 2014

Washington: High-energy particles from solar storms may have electrically charged the soil in the moon's frigid polar regions, altering its properties, a study suggests.

Moon,   Moon soil,   Solar storm,   NASA,   Electrically charges soil,   CRaTER,   Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter,   EPAM,  

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