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Discoms want more time to adopt green power
Times of India

Discoms want more time to adopt green power

NEW DELHI: The Centre might be pushing for more renewable energy, but Delhi's power distribution companies do not appear to be in any hurry. While Tata Power Delhi has said in its public notice for determining the 2015-16 tariff that renewable ... Times of India, 1 day ago
Delhi: Discoms want more time to adopt green power Economic Times, 19 hours ago

Toxic Delhi getting dangerous

For years, this sprawling city on the Yamuna river had the dirtiest air in the world, but few who lived here seemed conscious of the problem or worried about its consequences. Now, suddenly, that has begun to change. Some among New Delhi’s ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago Increased awareness of Delhi's dangerous air stirs calls for change  Today Online2 weeks ago Delhi wakes up to problem it cannot ignore  Today Online2 weeks ago

AAP plans project for providing cheap power in Delhi

The plan involves securing a coal block from the coal ministry and then setting up a 4,000 MW plant in the fuel bearing state. Photo: New Delhi: Electricity charges in Delhi may drop to as low as Rs. 1.50 per unit, according to plans unveiled on ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago Photos :: New Delhi: Obama-Modi during a stroll after lunch  24Dunia1 month ago
Malay Mail

Pullback of Indian stocks after best year since 2009

A labourer carries material for building a rail bridge over the river Yamuna in New Delhi December 12, 2014. One economic goal for India is to boost the industrial sector through more investment. — Reuters pic MUMBAI, Jan 1 — Indian stocks ...
 Malay Mail2 months ago
Silicon India

Handset Makers To Hike Prices Due To Raise In Excise Duty

Bangalore: Due to raise in effective duty on imported handsets post union budget, local smartphone vendors such as Micromax, Lava, Karbonn and Intex are all set to increase prices. The BJP government's budget as declared on Saturday intends to ...
 Silicon India12 hours ago Handset Makers Like Lava & Intex To Increase Prices By Upto 5pct After Budget Raises Excise Duty  Silicon India17 hours ago

Budget 2015 has 10 challenges; Arun Jaitley cannot afford to screw up this time

The countdown to the NDA government's most important economic statement has begun and this noon Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will let us know whether Budget 2015-16 is going to set the Yamuna on fire or will just be more of the ...
 Firstpost.com2 days ago Budget 2015: FM has his hand full, must deliver this time  Moneycontrol.com1 week ago Budget 2015 has 10 challenges; FM Jaitley cannot afford to screw up this time  Firstpost.com1 week ago Budget 2015 has 10 challenges; Jaitley cannot afford to screw up this time  Firstpost.com1 week ago

AAP can't confront Modi for 5, 10 years

'Can the Aam Aadmi Party challenge the BJP? Someday perhaps. But to set him up as a national alternative just now smacks of the very sin that Arvind Kejriwal admits brought him down in 2014 -- arrogance,' says T V R Shenoy.   Can the Aam Aadmi Party create a pan-India front confronting Narendra Modi? No. Not at any rate in the next five to ten years. And there are two reasons for believing so, the first being political, the second dealing with economic-administrative issues. The political ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

INDIA GREEN NEWS: RE Invest 2015 Creates Renewables Buzz; Government Launching Air Quality Index

Home › Contributors › › Posted February 24, 2015 India Green News is a selection of news highlights about environmental and energy issues in India. Compiled by Nehmat Kaur February 13-20, 2015 CLIMATE CHANGE India on Friday signed an ...
 NRDC Worldview5 days ago

Can you deliver, Mr Kejriwal?

A week after taking office, Arvind Kejriwal and his ministers have ambitious promises to keep. Rashme Sehgal discusses the challenge that confront the Delhi chief minister. The eyes of 20 million Delhites are focused on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. On being voted to power with a thumping majority, will Kejriwal and his young and largely inexperienced team deliver on crucial electoral promises, keeping in mind that his Aam Aadmi Party had prepared a 70-point action plan as part of its ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Cheap power impossible AAP to lose polls Kapil Sibal

Former Union minister and senior advocate Kapil Sibal on Wednesday took a dig at the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government's promise to provide cheap power to Delhiites. Appearing for Reliance-owned BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) - one of the three ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago
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