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Piyush Goyal promises 24x7 <strong>power</strong> supply

Piyush Goyal promises 24x7 power supply

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Attributing power shortages to faulty coal block allocation policies of the UPA government, Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday said the Modi government will pursue a three-pronged strategy to enhance generation to ensure 24x7 supply.

coal block allocation,   UPA government,   Power Ministry,   Piyush Goyal,   power supply,  
Govt allocates Rs 11,952 crore for <strong>power</strong> loom sector

Govt allocates Rs 11,952 crore for power loom sector

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: With an aim to modernize the power loom sector in the country, government has allocated Rs 11,952 crore under the Revised Restructured Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (RR-TUFS) to be implemented during the 12th Plan period.

power loom sector,  Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme,   RR-TUFS,   Textiles,   Santosh Kumar Gangwar,   Lok Sabha,  
Trouble for Congress in Haryana ends, <strong>Power</strong> Minister to remain in cabinet

Trouble for Congress in Haryana ends, Power Minister to remain in cabinet

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The trouble in Haryana's ruling Congress over the resignation of Power Minister Ajay Singh Yadav ended with the party announcing that he will continue to be in ministry, capping his meeting with the central leadership of the party here.

Congress,   power minister,   cabinet,   Bhupinder Singh Hooda,   Lok sabha elections,  
Tarun Gogoi gives nod to buy 200-300 MW <strong>power</strong> from National Grid

Tarun Gogoi gives nod to buy 200-300 MW power from National Grid

25 Jul 2014

Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi asked Power department officials to purchase electricity from national grid to meet the existing daily shortfall of 200-300 MW in the state.

Tarun Gogoi,   Assam CM,   Assam Chief Minister,   power department,   National Grid,   NTPC,   NTPC power project,  
'Blue' light at dimly-lit places keeps workers healthy

'Blue' light at dimly-lit places keeps workers healthy

31 Jul 2014

London: In a first, researchers have shown that a particular kind of artificial light is capable of ensuring that biological rhythms of our body clocks are correctly synchronised despite the absence of sunlight.

artificial light,   biological rhythms,   body clocks,   sunlight,   polar research stations,   nuclear power stations,  
Nepal to sign <strong>power</strong> trade accord with India

Nepal to sign power trade accord with India

30 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: Nepal's three major political parties the Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and UCPN (Maoist) late on Tuesday consented to the government's plan to sign a power trade agreement (PTA) with India during the forthcoming visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Nepal,  power trade agreement,   PTA,   Narendra Modi,   Sushil Koirala,   India-Nepal bilateral ties,  
Vehicle dependability in India improves to 38 percent

Vehicle dependability in India improves to 38 percent

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The ‘2014 India Vehicle Dependability’study of automobile market researcher JD Power Asia Pacific has revealed that the overall vehicle dependability in India has improved with 38 percent owners.

India Vehicle Dependability,   automobile market researcher,   JD Power Asia Pacific,   Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire,   Maruti Suzuki SX4 ,  
Haryana Ajay Singh Yadav <strong>power</strong> minister resigns

Haryana Ajay Singh Yadav power minister resigns

29 Jul 2014

Chandigarh: Haryana Power Minister Ajay Singh Yadav resigned here on Tuesday from the Bhupinder Singh Hooda-led Congress ministry alleging "bias" in several matters including recruitment and induction of members to various commissions and statutory bodies.

Ajay Singh Yadav,   Bhupinder Singh Hooda,   Lok Sabha,   ,  
Adani's Australian coal mine <strong>project</strong> cleared, company welcomes decision

Adani's Australian coal mine project cleared, company welcomes decision

28 Jul 2014

Melbourne: Australian government on Monday cleared the proposed Carmichael coal mine project of the Indian conglomerate Adani Mining in the Galilee Basin in central Queensland.

Queensland,   Carmichael coal,   Adani group,   Greg Hunt,   Gautam Adani ,  
Tata <strong>Power</strong> cannot terminate contracts unilaterally: NTPC

Tata Power cannot terminate contracts unilaterally: NTPC

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Country's largest power producer, NTPC has said that Tata Power's unit can't unilaterally call off pacts with it and should compensate the state-run firm if it decides to do so.

Tata Power,   Mundra project,   NTPC,   Tata Power Delhi Distribution Company Ltd,   Power Purchase Agreements,  ,   ,  

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