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US hails Afghan <strong>power</strong> deal, seeks quick security pact

US hails Afghan power deal, seeks quick security pact

22 Sep 2014

Kabul: United States has welcomed a power-sharing deal that saw former finance minister Ashraf Ghani declared Afghanistan's next President, saying that it hopes a crucial security agreement will be signed within a week.

US,   Afghanistan,   Nuclear deal,   Ashraf Ghani,   Taliban,   Hamid Karzai,   Afghanistan President ,  
Leicester fight back to beat Man United 5-3, Spurs lose

Leicester fight back to beat Man United 5-3, Spurs lose

22 Sep 2014

London: Promoted Leicester City, trailing 3-1 with 30 minutes to go, fought back to beat Manchester United 5-3 on Sunday in one of the most astonishing Premier League matches for years at the King Power Stadium.

Leicester City,   Manchester United,   English Premier League,   King Power Stadium,  
India can rise again, I have a clear roadmap, says Narendra Modi

India can rise again, I have a clear roadmap, says Narendra Modi

21 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said India has a chance to rise again as a global economic power and suggested that it could match with China and he has a “clear roadmap” to channelise entrepreneurial capabilities of country’s 1.25 billion people.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   global economic power,   India and China,  
Strong earthquake hits Japan

Strong earthquake hits Japan

16 Sep 2014

Tokyo: Buildings in Tokyo shook on Tuesday as a strong quake hit Japan, reports said, but there was no immediate risk of a tsunami and no damage was reported. Seismologists said the epicentre was around 44 kilometres north-northeast of the Japanese capital and was located around 50 kilometres below the surface.

Earthquake,   Japan,   Fukushima nuclear plant,   Japan Atomic Power Co,   Tectonic plates movements,   ,  
BHEL bags Rs 3,500 crore order for thermal <strong>plant</strong> in Gujarat

BHEL bags Rs 3,500 crore order for thermal plant in Gujarat

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: State-owned BHEL has bagged an order worth over Rs 3,500 crore for setting up a thermal power project in Gujarat. The contract has been awarded by the Gujarat State Electricity Corp Ltd.

State-owned BHEL,   thermal power project,   Gujarat,   Gujarat State Electricity Corp Ltd,   Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd,   Wanakbori,   Kheda district ,  
Afghan presidential rivals set to sign ‘unity deal’

Afghan presidential rivals set to sign ‘unity deal’

21 Sep 2014

Kabul: Afghanistan's two presidential rivals are due to sign a power-sharing deal on Sunday, officials said, ending a prolonged stand-off over disputed election results at a pivotal moment in the war-weary nation's history.

Ashraf Ghani,   Abdullah Abdullah,   Afghanistan,   presidential rivals,   power-sharing deal,   disputed election results,   President,  
US <strong>power</strong> plants world's worst polluters: Report

US power plants world's worst polluters: Report

20 Sep 2014

Washington: America's power plants are among the leading global sources of carbon emission than the entire economies of Russia, India, Japan or any other nation put together besides China, a latest report said on Friday.

US,   Power Plants,   Pollution,   Worst pollutants,   carbon emission,   Climate Summit,   Global warming ,  
Nepal endorses PTA with India; allows GMR to build 900MW <strong>plant</strong>

Nepal endorses PTA with India; allows GMR to build 900MW plant

19 Sep 2014

Kathmandu: Nepal has endorsed the Power Trade Agreement (PTA) with India and signed a deal with the GMR authorising the Indian company to build the largest hydropower project worth USD 1.15 billion in the energy-starved nation.

Mandolin player Uppalapu Srinivas,   Uppalapu Srinivas,   Mandolin Srinivas,   Apollo Hospital,   U Rajesh,   Indian Fine Arts Society ,  
Nepal clears GMR’s plan for USD 1.4 billion hydroelectric <strong>plant</strong>

Nepal clears GMR’s plan for USD 1.4 billion hydroelectric plant

19 Sep 2014

Kathmandu: Nepal's centre-left cabinet on Thursday cleared the way for an Indian firm to build a USD 1.4 billion hydroelectric plant in the northwest of the country, a cabinet minister said, the Himalayan republic's biggest foreign investment scheme.

GMR,   hydroelectric plant,   foreign investment scheme,   hydroelectric plant in Nepal,   Nepal government ,  
India, China to start talks on civil <strong>nuclear</strong> cooperation

India, China to start talks on civil nuclear cooperation

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: India and China on Thursday decided to begin the process of discussion for cooperation in civil nuclear energy sector, an important component of their respective national energy security programme.

India,   China,   nuclear energy,   Nuclear sector,   national energy security programme,   Narendra Modi,   Xi Jingping,  

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