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6 Companies Invest Huge To Clean Up India
Silicon India

6 Companies Invest Huge To Clean Up India

6 Companies Invest Huge To Clean Up India By SiliconIndia | Thursday, 21 August 2014, 18:48 IST BANGALORE: With the ‘Clean India’ initiative being introduced recently by the Narendra Modi led government, major Indian companies have come forward to ... Silicon India, 1 week ago

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Business Today India

PM: Clean energy shall be our focus and mission

12:07 am Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India dedicated the 1000MW ( 2X500 MW) stage I of Mouda Super Thermal Power Project of NTPC to the Nation in Mouda at Nagpur District, Maharashtra. K. Sankaranarayanan, Governor of Maharashtra , Nitin ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago Confidence has returned, time for reforms: India Inc  Business Today India3 hours ago Confidence has returned, time for action: India Inc (100 days of Modi government)  Chennai Online4 hours ago Students to create awareness on sanitation in UP schools  Times of India22 hours ago
One India

Delhi to impose fine for public urinating, littering

New Delhi, Aug 20 (IANS) Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Independence Day call for the launch of a 'Clean India' mission, local authorities in the capital began a sanitation drive that will include fining people for urinating in public or littering ...
 News Chennai Online1 week ago Modi's Mission 'Jal Shuddhi': 5 crore people to get access to water purifiers  Times of India1 day ago Rs 80,000 cr investor money at stake in ponzi clean-up  The Financial Chronicle4 days ago Rs 991cr package for FACT revival on backburner  Deccan Chronicle12 hours ago

'Untouchable' scavengers Calls to end India's low-caste manual scavenging

Rights group Human Rights Watch has called on the Indian government to end "manual scavenging" - the practice of cleaning human waste by low-caste communities - in a new report. The practice is banned by law in India, but it is rampant and ...
 BBC2 days ago India: a dual-use toilet  AlertNet2 hours ago Cleaning human waste: 'Manual scavenging', caste and discrimination (August 2014) in India days ago Indian women forced to clean toilets due to caste  Catholic Online2 days ago
Clean Technica

Renewable energy sector has huge potential for job creation: study

The report titled 'Clean Energy Jobs and Assessing Opportunities to Boost Financing for Clean Energy Projects in India' stated that around 24,000 full time-equivalent jobs were created in the solar grid connected projects between 2011 and 2014 and 45,000 ...
 Business Standard3 days ago Tata Power receives order for solar energy project in India  Hydrogen Fuel News23 hours ago Wind energy has a bright future in India  Hydrogen Fuel News23 hours ago India's burgeoning solar and wind energy markets to boost employment: Finance a concern  Indian Business Review21 hours ago
Hindustan Times

PMs address outlines Clean India vision

In his maiden Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi re-emphasised the NDA government's focus on the Swachh Bharat mission and its target to provide every rural household with a toilet by 2019 — Mahatma Gandhi's 150th birth ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Listen to PM Narendra Modi's top 10 welfare schemes in his own voice  Hindustan Times3 hours ago India Inc queues up to invest big money in building toilets  Economic Times2 days ago #Modi100: Hear PM Narendra Modi announcing his top 10 welfare schemes  Hindustan Times3 hours ago

clean up

Any sane person would say that crooks should not be legislators. Or ministers. But sanity is not high on India's list of prized faculties. Hence a public interest litigation that asked for the removal of 'tainted' ministers was heard in the Supreme Court for ...
 The Telegraph14 hours ago

Poster menace stays despite many diktats

Even as PM Narendra Modi prepares to launch a multi-million dollar sanitation project to clean up 1,000 towns in India, the Capital itself seems to be in a dire need of housekeeping. The political centre of the country is flush with posters belonging to ...
 Deccan Herald17 hours ago
Climate Action

Modi and Clegg meet in India to discuss clean energy collaboration

India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi and British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg met in India on Monday and discussed collaboration between the two countries on renewable energy generation and emissions reduction. Modi (pictured right) ...
 Climate Action23 hours ago British deputy PM Nick Clegg offers to help clean Ganga  India Today3 days ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

India court pressures Modi on 'criminal' cabinet ministers

The ruling is likely to put pressure on right-wing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who swept to power this year pledging clean governance. The Supreme Court ruled that Modi should be left to choose his own cabinet, but said it hoped the premier ...
 Voice of Russia1 day ago 'Criminals' shouldn't be in the cabinet  Bangladesh Daily Star1 day ago Court rules Modi can pick charged politicians  Dhaka Tribune1 day ago Indias supreme court says criminal politicians should not be in government  Big News Network1 day ago
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