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Kerala government  to go ahead with Air Kerala <strong>project</strong>

Kerala government to go ahead with Air Kerala project

18 Dec 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Government on Thursday expressed displeasure over the Union government's 'neglect' of the state's repeated requests to find a solution to the alleged exorbitant fares being charged by flight operators, including Air India in the Kerala-Gulf sector.

Kera government,   air-kerala project,   kerala-Gulf sector,  
POSOCO is now an independent company

POSOCO is now an independent company

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Power System Operation Corp (POSOCO) has now been set up into an independent company for ensuring neutrality of the transmission system operations.

Power System Operation Corp,   POSOCO,   POSOCO independent company,   transmission system operations,   Power Grid Corporation,   NLDC,   RLDCs,  
Units 3, 4 of <strong>Kudankulam</strong> <strong>nuclear</strong> plant to be commissioned in 2020-21: Government

Units 3, 4 of Kudankulam nuclear plant to be commissioned in 2020-21: Government

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Units 3 and 4 of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) are proposed to be launched in 2015-2016 and are scheduled for commissioning in 2020-21, the government on Wednesday said. Administrative and statutory clearances for these projects have been obtained, it added.

Kudankulam nuclear plant,   units 3-4,   ,  
India, US experts meet on operationalising civil <strong>nuclear</strong> deal

India, US experts meet on operationalising civil nuclear deal

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: An India-US contact group on civil nuclear cooperation that met here on December 16 and 17 held detailed talks on a range of issues towards implementation of the civil nuclear accord, including on liability, technical issues and licensing to facilitate setting up of US-designed nuclear power plants in India.

Nuclear deal,   Indo-US nuke deal,   Indo-US nuclear deal,   ,  
Iran <strong>nuclear</strong> talks resume in Geneva

Iran nuclear talks resume in Geneva

17 Dec 2014

Geneva: World powers resumed negotiations with Iran over Tehran's disputed nuclear programme, more than three weeks after they last met and gave themselves another seven months to strike a deal.

Iran nuclear talks,   Tehran disputed nuclear programme,   world powers negotiations,   UN Security Council,   P5+1,   European Union,  
500 N-plants across the world by 2030: Russian nuke expert

500 N-plants across the world by 2030: Russian nuke expert

11 Dec 2014

Chennai: A total of 500 nuclear power units would be operated across the world by the end of 2030 as more number of countries have now recognised the "necessity" of atomic energy, a senior Russian nuclear scientist claimed here on Thursday.

Nuclear plants ,   nuclear power units,   atomic energy,   Oleg Tashlykov,   Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant,   ,  
Committed to Rs 35, 000 crore steel plant <strong>project</strong> in West Bengal <strong>project</strong>: JSW Steel

Committed to Rs 35, 000 crore steel plant project in West Bengal project: JSW Steel

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: JSW Steel on Wednesday said it is committed to the Rs 35,000 crore greenfield steel plant in West Bengal, days after it had expressed desire to return 294 acres of farmers' land acquired for the project.

JSW Steel ,   West Bengal,   Mamata Banerjee,   acquired farmers land,   Salboni,   West Midnapore,   ,  
Government concerned over China-Pakistan <strong>nuclear</strong> deal: Sushma Swaraj

Government concerned over China-Pakistan nuclear deal: Sushma Swaraj

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: India on Wednesday expressed concern over a nuclear deal between China and Pakistan, which it had taken up with Beijing but asserted that it is "well prepared" to safeguard national interests.

Sushma Swaraj,   China-Pakistan nuclear deal,   Lok Sabha,   United Nations,  
Hike in <strong>power</strong> tariff will have adverse impact: Madras Chamber

Hike in power tariff will have adverse impact: Madras Chamber

17 Dec 2014

Chennai: The recent 15 percent increase in power tariff by the Tamil Nadu government would have an "adverse impact" on industries by driving up operating costs, the Madras Chamber of Commerce and Industry said on Wednesday.

Tamil Nadu,   Power Tarrif,   Madras Chamber,   Commerce and Industry,  
Pakistan court extends stay against construction of <strong>nuclear</strong> plants

Pakistan court extends stay against construction of nuclear plants

13 Dec 2014

Karachi: A local court here has extended for another week its stay order restraining the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) from carrying out work on the two nuclear power plant projects in Karachi without adhering to environmental laws.

Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission,   nuclear plants,   nuclear power plant projects,   PAEC,   Nuclear power ,  

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