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Fire at Adani group solar power plant in Kamuthi
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Tamil Nadu power regulator cuts solar tariff

CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu electricity regulator TNERC has cut the price the state power distributor will pay to solar power generators from Rs 7.01 a unit down to Rs 5.10 a unit for generators without the benefit of Accelerated Depreciation and Rs ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
Siasat Daily

In Tamil Nadu, electric fences kill more jumbos than poachers

A few decades ago, forest bandit Veerappan wreaked havoc with the wild elephants in southern states, particularly Tamil Nadu.Now man-made electric fences are killing approximately four times more of these majestic creatures than those that poachers' ...
 Times of India1 month ago Electrical fences kill more jumbos than the poachers in Tamilnadu  Siasat Daily1 month ago In TN, electric fences kill more jumbos than...  Times of India1 month ago
New Indian Express

'Advantage AIADMK as There is No Defining Issue This Time Around'

CHENNAI: In these six decades that went by, the period when Tamil Nadu politics saw a sea change in character and composition, Panruti S Ramachandran (78) was there witnessing it up close and sometimes part of it. He has seen politics evolve from ...
 New Indian Express23 hours ago

Approvals for high-rises

lists mandatory norms for constructing multi-storeyed buildings in Tamil Nadu A multi-storey building (MSB) is a building exceeding four floors and/or 15.25m in height (for hospital buildings, the height can be up to 17m). Requirements for ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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Crores of illegal money flows into poll-bound states, TN tops list

The Election Commission has a fight on its hand as candidates use ingenious methods to smuggle in money to voters.So far the EC has mopped up over Rs 53 crores from the poll-bound states, Tamil Nadu alone yielding Rs 21.45 crores!Rashme Sehgal reports from New Delhi. A cat and mouse game is being played out between the Election Commission and candidates fighting elections in Assam, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and the Union territory of Puducherry. Candidates from the better endowed parties ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Times of India

Promises, promises

J Jayalalitha, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and leader of the AIADMK, launching her party's campaign for the 16 May Assembly election, made a surprise announcement that if her party was voted back to power she would introduce prohibition in a phased ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago Jayalalithaa compares DMK's stand on prohibition to a murderer joining his victim's family in mourning  Times of India2 weeks ago Tamil Nadu polls: Jayalalithaa gives allies 7 seats, sets campaign dates  Indian Express3 weeks ago

BHEL commissions record generation capacity of 15 GW in FY16

NEW DELHI: State-run Bharat Heavy Electronics Limited (BHEL) has commissioned an all-time high power generation capacity of over 15,000 MW and booked new orders worth Rs 43,727 crore in 2015-16, the largest in five years. "Enhanced focus on project execution ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago BHEL earnings per share may treble on order flows  Economic Times1 month ago

TN govt denies Centre's charge on UDAY scheme

Chennai, Apr 5: The Tamil Nadu Government today denied the Centre's allegations that it refused to sign the Memordandam of Understanding (MoU) for UDAY Scheme. In a joint statement, Electricity Minister Natham R Viswanathan and Rural Development ...
 Newshence.com3 weeks ago

Rs 22,595 cr so far initiated from TN's Global Investors' Meet

Tamil Nadu government has said that 45 projects worth around Rs 22,595 crore has so far been initiated from the investment memoranda the government has entered with the companies in the Global Investors' Meet, 2015. The government has taken all ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago
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Why India must pause its nuclear expansion plans

IMAGE: The Kudankulam nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu. 'Decisions on nuclear power have so far been taken by a small select group, primarily interested in profiteering from their actions, stating 'secrecy' as necessary from the national security point.''This argument is false, because we are dealing with the 'civilian' nuclear power sector, which is open even to the IAEA,' says Dr A Gopalakrishnan, former chairman of the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board. Ever since the Fukushima nuclear ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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