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US-led Syria strikes on IS hit entrance to main gas <strong>plant</strong>: NGO

US-led Syria strikes on IS hit entrance to main gas plant: NGO

29 Sep 2014

Beirut: The US-led coalition against jihadists in Syria struck the entrance to the country's main gas plant, in an apparent warning to Islamic State (IS) militants to abandon the premises under their control, a monitor said.

US,   US airstrike,   ISIS,   ISIL,   IS militants,   Syria,   Coneco plant,   ,  
Drones to tackle <strong>nuclear</strong> emergencies developed

Drones to tackle nuclear emergencies developed

25 Sep 2014

Mumbai: India has developed a remote-controlled drone for responding to and preventing radiological emergencies in public places, a top official said on Wednesday.

drones,   remote-controlled drone,   radiological emergencies,   Atomic Energy Commission,   Aerial Radiation Monitoring System,   Quadrotor,  
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,   ,  
No deal yet on new <strong>nuclear</strong> proposal: Iran

No deal yet on new nuclear proposal: Iran

23 Sep 2014

Tehran: The parties present in the ongoing nuclear talks between Iran and the six world powers have not reached any agreement on the new proposal of the West as a step to resolve the nuclear issue of the Islamic republic, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham was quoted as saying by media on Tuesday.

Tehran,   nuclear talks,   Iran,   six world powers,   agreement,   new proposal,   Western world,   nuclear issue,   Islamic republic,   Iranian Foreign Ministry,   Marzieh Afkham ,  
Chinese hydropower firm to invest in <strong>nuclear</strong> 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 ,  
US rules out 'trading aspects' with Iran to fight IS

US rules out 'trading aspects' with Iran to fight IS

23 Sep 2014

Washington: Asserting that it is in Iran's interest to act against the Islamic State, US has said it will not be 'trading aspects' of Tehran's controversial nuclear program to secure commitments to fight the terror group.

US,   ISIS,   IS militants,   Iran,   Nuclear power,   ISIL,  P5-plus-1 ,  
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,  
Johnson and Johnson's biggest <strong>plant</strong> coming up in Telangana

Johnson and Johnson's biggest plant coming up in Telangana

17 Sep 2014

Hyderabad: Global pharmaceuticals and consumer packaged goods manufacturer Johnson and Johnson's biggest manufacturing facility in India is set to come up in Telangana with an investment of Rs400 crore. Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will on Thursday lay the foundation stone for the American multinational's plant in Penjerla village in Mahabubnagar district, about 60 km from Hyderabad.

Johnson and Johnson,   Telangana,   business,   company,   ,  
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 ,  

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