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About 22 results for "Tehri Hydro Power Project"

Explained: Dammed if you do
Indian Express

Hunger for power

ral Government recently filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court admitting for the first time that hydropower projects in Uttarakhand had exerted a direct and indirect impact in the aggravation of floods that had wreaked destruction and killed ... New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
Explained: Dammed if you do Indian Express, 1 month ago
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THDC Gone but not forever

The partner in the Bunakha joint venture project has closed shop but will be back Hydropower: Tehri Hydro Development Corporation (THDC) officials in Phuentsholing clarified that the company has not withdrawn from the 180MW Bunakha reservoir ...
 Kuensel Online2 months ago
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Arunachal Pradesh signs pact with Russian power company

Arunachal Pradesh has roped in RusHydro International, a company partly owned by the Russian government, to explore collaboration prospects in creating manpower for the several hydro-electric projects coming up in the state. Chief minister Nabam ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Russia's RusHydro International signs pact with Arunachal Pradesh government on hydro power education  Economic Times1 month ago Arunachal signs agreement with Russian hydro-power company  NetIndia123.com1 month ago CENTRE, ANDHRA PRADESH INK MOU TO PROVIDE 24X7 POWER IN THE STATE BY OCTOBER 2016  IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

Why should Centre not pay for investments by firms in Ukhand projects: SC

The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre why it should not pay crores of rupees invested by companies in various hydropower projects in Uttarakhand if it is against them in the aftermath of last year's disaster. A bench of justices Dipak ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago 'Why Centre should not pay for investments by firms in Uttarakhand projects'  Economic Times1 month ago Why Centre should not pay for investments by firms in U'khand  Business Standard India1 month ago

In 2017, we can launch campaign to reclaim power at Centre. Then Rahul's capacity will be tested: Rawat

Rahul listens to our views and gives suggestions. He asks us CMs how we are running our governments. He is available but he has a system, a working plan. (Source: Ravi Kanojia) In this Idea Exchange moderated by Assistant Editor Manoj C G, ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago

OIL COMPANIES ON SLIPPERY GROUND IN DECEMBER QUARTER

The December quarter may have been one of the most challenging quarters for oil companies in some time. Analysts tracking the sector, too, faced difficulties in drawing up estimates this quarter. First, the sharp drop in crude oil prices ...
 IPA Newspack.com2 weeks ago

How to pick a true ratna

You may love listed public sector companies for their dividends or hate them for their snail's pace of growth. But in 2015 and for the next two-three years, you sure cannot ignore them. With the Government's ambitious target of raising ₹58,425 ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago
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