Chennai: The Tamil Nadu Electricity Board's (TNEB) transmission and distribution losses have gone northward over the past four years, a reply to an RTI query revealed. The unwelcome losses have taken place even as the demand for power in the state ... Times of India, 3 days ago
Tangedco would incur huge losses in purchase of solar, thermal power - The Hindu, 1 week ago
News in numbers | Jayalalithaa promises free power up to 100 units in election manifesto - Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago
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The Tamil Nadu state Assembly election result is something that I have not observed in my life and one that I had not expected. But all the same, it is a great victory for democracy as the AIADMK has got only a simple majority and chief minister ...Hindustan Times, 6 days ago Jayalalithaa is making false claims on power generation in Tamil Nadu, Ramadoss says Times of India, 3 weeks ago Promises, promises The Statesman, 1 month ago Jayalalithaa compares DMK's stand on prohibition to a murderer joining his victim's family in mourning Times of India, 1 month ago
The Crisis: State electricity boards have around $60 billion in debt, accounting for the bulk of bank NPAs. The Scheme: Ujwal Discom Assurance Yojana is aimed at improving the fiscal health of state electricity boards. The Worry: Gaps between the ...Outlook India, 5 days ago
After election officers seized Rs 570 crore in cash from three containers in poll-bound Tamil Nadu in the wee hours on Saturday, the State Bank of India said in the evening that it was the bank’s legitimate cash. In a statement, the SBI said its officials were ferrying Rs 570 crore after the Reserve Bank of India asked them to, to address a temporary cash shortage in Andhra Pradesh. ‘To address a temporary cash shortage in Andhra Pradesh, the RBI has authorized transfer of Rs 570 ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago Committee to submit verfication report on seizure of cash of Rs 570 crore in TN NetIndia123.com, 1 week ago
Frequent power cuts during night across Tamil Nadu has irked the Election Commission (EC), which fears mass money distribution by various political parties to bribe voters. With the seizure of unaccounted money touching Rs 100 crore since the Model Code of ...Deccan Herald, 1 week ago EC asks TNEB to file report on sudden power cuts at nights Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Since I was a child, it was a given that the state government of Tamil Nadu would change every five years. The DMK and the AIADMK would play musical chairs; each would spend its first year in power undoing and undermining every scheme started by the previous ...Sify, 6 days ago
PMK's Anbumani Ramadoss issued a statement on Tuesday which states that the 100 units free electricity scheme announced by Chief Minister J Jayalalitha is farcical and an attempt to cheat the people of Tamil Nadu. He added that the scheme was not ...DNA India, 1 day ago
Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Saturday said within a short span of three weeks the states could sell bonds worth Rs.1 trillion. As per the schedule we will have another round of sale of state government bonds and discom bonds backed by ...The Statesman, 2 weeks ago States sell bonds worth Rs1 trn in 3 weeks New Delhi Pioneer, 2 weeks ago States sell Rs 100,000 cr of electricity bonds in first 3 weeks: Goyal Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago States Sell Rs 1 Trillion of SEB Bonds in First 3 Weeks: Goyal New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
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Rather than promising measures that are vital to improve the quality of life of the people in Tamil Nadu, it is quite disconcerting that the two major Dravidian parties are finding it very convenient to woo voters through a slew of freebies and ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
CHENNAI: Several students of the class XII state board taking the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) on Sunday, found questions incomprehensible; others found the problems too tough to solve. Physics questions were problems-based. It was like I ...New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
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