Even if pollution does not decline due to the odd-even rule, Delhi residents' exposure could decrease as a result of reduced congestion and travel time on the roads Jyoti Parikh & Kirit Parikh April 9, 2016 Last Updated at 21:50 IST The Delhi government is ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
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He was answering a question in parliament about whether the government would accept the Kirit Parikh Committee’s recommendations on reducing subsidy burden.The Hindu, 2 months ago '83 lakh people voluntarily gave up LPG subsidy' State Times, 2 months ago
Maximising the benefits of energy-use is more productive than merely conserving it: Kirit S. Parikh and Vijay Kalra
Article originally posted on The Hindu Business Line . This week India will join 195 nations in signing the Paris Agreement, which makes it clear that global economies are committed to moving towards a thriving, low carbon future. Change is ...The Climate Group, 1 month ago
Why India needs energy efficient homes: Kirit Parikh and Jyoti Parikh, Integrated Research and Action for Development
Dr. Kirit and Professor Jyoti Parikh, Chairman and Executive Director respectively of Integrated Research and Action for Development consider the energy efficiency of appliances in Indian homes, and how improving building design brings energy ...EnvironmentGuru.com, 2 months ago
Seven companies were felicitated by IPMMA for 50 years of Service to Pharma Industry Seven stalwarts from the pharmaceutical machinery fraternity, who have served the industry for more than half a decade, were felicitated at the recently held ...Financial Express, 2 weeks ago
With e-rickshaws, more buses on the road and increased capacity of the Metro with more coaches and trains, travel by public transport can be made more attractive and practical for a lot more people, point out Jyoti Parikh & Kirit Parikh. Even if pollution does not decline due to the odd-even rule, Delhi residents’ exposure could decrease as a result of reduced congestion and travel time on the roads. The Delhi government is implementing the ‘odd-even’ policy ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
In his excellent recent book The Turn of the Tortoise , T N Ninan reflects on India's chronic difficulty since independence in remaining a major manufacturing power despite its success in the first half of the 20th century. He notes that ...Business Standard India, 2 months ago
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