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Easier norms, exemption from approvals to boost hydro <strong>power</strong>: Virbhadra Singh

Easier norms, exemption from approvals to boost hydro power: Virbhadra Singh

19 Sep 2014

Shimla: To enable speedy implementation of hydro power projects, Himachal Pradesh is taking a slew of initiatives including easier land acquisition norms and exemption from getting approvals from certain departments, said Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh.

Virbhadra Singh,   Himachal Pradesh,   Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister,   hydro power,   Himachal government ,  
BHEL bags Rs 3,500 crore order for thermal plant 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 ,  
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,  
First water-based <strong>nuclear</strong> battery developed to generate electrical energy

First water-based nuclear battery developed to generate electrical energy

18 Sep 2014

Washington: In a first, scientists have developed a long-lasting and more efficient water-based nuclear battery that can be used as a reliable energy source in automobiles and even in complicated applications such as space flight.

Scientists,   Nuclear battery,   Energy source,   Automobiles,   Applications,   Space flight,  
Why people in <strong>power</strong> need to be attentive listeners

Why people in power need to be attentive listeners

18 Sep 2014

New York: Leaders in powerful positions often fail to listen properly and take into account the perspective of others, thus jeopardizing the impact they could have, shows new research.

people in power,   attentive listeners,   CEOs,   politicians,   military commanders,   sports commissioners,  
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,   ,  
First water-based <strong>nuclear</strong> battery developed

First water-based nuclear battery developed

17 Sep 2014

Washington: In a first, scientists have developed a long-lasting and more efficient water-based nuclear battery that can be used as a reliable energy source in automobiles and even in complicated applications such as space flight.

First water-based nuclear battery,   water-based nuclear battery,   automobiles,   battery life,   nuclear technologies,   ,  
Current Iranian uranium enrichment program not acceptable: US

Current Iranian uranium enrichment program not acceptable: US

17 Sep 2014

Washington: Ahead of the crucial nuclear talks between global powers and Iran in New York, the US has said that the international community cannot accept Tehran's current uranium enrichment programme.

Nuclear talks,   Global powers,   Iran,   New York,   Tehran,   Uranium enrichment,   Nuclear,  
Russia keen on exploring new avenues with India

Russia keen on exploring new avenues with India

01 Sep 2014

Chennai: Russia is keen on exploring new avenues with India in various sectors, including Energy and space co-operation, according to a senior consular official of that country.

Russia,   Sergey L Kotov,   Russian Federation in Southern India,   Governor K Rosaiah,   Raj Bhavan,   Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant,  
Exim Bank extends USD 100 million LOC to Vietnam

Exim Bank extends USD 100 million LOC to Vietnam

17 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The Export-Import Bank of India (Exim) on Wednesday said it has extended an additional Line of Credit (LOC) of USD 100 million to Vietnam to finance the purchase of equipment and supplies.

Exim Bank,   Export-Import Bank of India,   Line of Credit,   Vietnam,   hydraulic power equipment,   ,  

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