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Cool Melbourne: whichever party wins the election, climate change is urgent 1.10.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

Cities must urgently plan for a zero-carbon economy to protect themselves from the worst effects of global warming, say three experts in this edited book extract

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Reliance Power plans Rs 50,000-crore capex over next five years 30.9.2014 ET: Power
"We now plan to invest another Rs 50,000 crore in the next five years for undertaking various expansion projects," said RPower chairman Anil Ambani.
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RPower plans Rs 50,000-cr capex over next five years 30.9.2014 Deccan Herald - Business
Reliance Power (RPower) plans to invest nearly Rs 50,000 crore in the next five years to undertake various expansion projects, including increasing power generation and coal production. "We will complete our first phase of investments of Rs 50,000 crore, in development projects, this fiscal. We now plan to invest another Rs 50,000 crore in the next five years for undertaking various expansion projects," RPower chairman Anil Ambani told shareholders during the AGM. He said the company has invested in projects like the 600-mw Butibori project in Maharashtra, the 4,000-mw Sasan UMPP and coal production in the region, the 40-mw solar project in Rajasthan and other wind-based projects. "These projects are coming to financial closure and most of them have begun operations," Ambani said. He said the funds will be used to commence power generation from its 4,000-mw ultra mega power project in Tilaiya in Jharkhand as well as the coal production, with a capacity of 40 mt per annum, linked with it and the 700-mw ...
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China hopes to revive the Silk Road with bullet trains to Xinjiang 30.9.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
High-speed rail link from Lanzhou to Urumqi will also help Beijing impose its will over the restive Muslim-majority region Continue reading...
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Wales: can the slumbering dragon awake? 30.9.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
The upheaval after Scotlands vote should bring a historic moment for Wales. But, can it finally seize the opportunity to become more than a nearly nation? So what of Wales? Throughout the turbulent Scottish referendum, it has been the bystander, the afterthought, the constitutional Cinderella. When Scotland toyed with departing the United Kingdom , Wales shuddered. When Scotland was wooed with lavish gifts, Wales feared those same gifts might pass it by. Now Wales is suddenly thrust on stage: the campaign for further devolution is coming its way. Can Wales seize the moment and refashion itself as more than a nearly nation in the new political geography of Europe? I am Welsh, or rather half-Welsh a member of that Celtic-Saxon crossbreed which historians say made Britain what it is. Like thousands of his compatriots, my father left Merthyr on a university scholarship and never returned except for holidays. My English mother would react fiercely if we said we were Welsh. We were half-Welsh, half-English. A ...
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GMDC to set up 50 MW wind power project at Rs 300 crore 30.9.2014 All Companies Stories
State-run Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation (GMDC) will set up a 50 Mega Watt (MW) wind power project in a bid to harness green energy potential, said, a senior GMDC official. The fresh addition will take the total capacity of wind power ...
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Renewable Energy Ministry targets 100,000 MW capacity in next 5 years 30.9.2014 HBL: Home
T‎he Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has set a target of reaching 100,000 MW generation capacity for the sector in the next five years, said Upendra Tripathy, Secretary, MNRE, here today.
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Dan still has golden touch 30.9.2014 Telegraph: Sports
Incheon: Lin Dan saw off world champion Chen Long in an epic Asian Games final on Monday as he successfully defended his title and showed he can still dominate the sport at 30.
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Banks will restructure coal assets post SC deallocations: Official 29.9.2014 New Kerala: Maharashtra
Mumbai, Sep 29 : Banks will approach the Reserve Bank (RBI) for restructuring coal assets after the Supreme Court order cancelling coal block allocations that may impact such assets' quality, the finance ministry's topmost official said Monday.
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Tiny, flapping flags to generate wind power 29.9.2014 New Kerala: World News
New York, Sep 29 : Can the friction of tiny flapping flags harvest wind power? Yes, say researchers, suggesting that building arrays of flags may generate substantial quantities of power in the near future.
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Modi US visit: Three Indian cities to be named for smart cities project 29.9.2014 New Kerala: India News
Washington/New Delhi, Sep 29 : Three Indian cities are in line to be adopted for the government's "smart cities" project by way of technology and infrastructure upgrade during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's talks in Washington that are also set to see major cooperation with the US in the field of renewable energy.
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Banks will restructure coal assets post SC deallocations: Official 29.9.2014 Sify Finance
Banks will approach the Reserve Bank (RBI) for restructuring coal assets after the Supreme Court order cancelling coal block allocations that may impact such assets' quality, the finance ministry's topmost official said Monday.
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Banks will restructure coal assets post SC deallocations: Official 29.9.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Banks will approach the Reserve Bank (RBI) for restructuring coal assets after the Supreme Court order cancelling coal block allocations that may impact such assets' quality, the finance ministry's topmost official said Monday.
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Tiny, flapping flags to generate wind power 29.9.2014 Zee News : Science and Technology
Can the friction of tiny flapping flags harvest wind power? Yes, say researchers, suggesting that building arrays of flags may generate substantial quantities of power in the near future.
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Energy dept flags free land to green power developers 29.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Energy dept flags free land to green power developers
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A scientist and a sailor 29.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
A scientist and a sailor
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Modi US visit: Three Indian cities to be named for smart cities project 29.9.2014 Zee News : India National
Three Indian cities are in line to be adopted for the government's "smart cities" project by way of technology and infrastructure upgrade during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's talks in Washington that are also set to see major cooperation with the US in the field of renewable energy.
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Narendra Modi US visit: Three Indian cities to be named for smart cities project 29.9.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Washington/New Delhi, Sep 29: Three Indian cities are in line to be adopted for the government's "smart cities" project by way of technology and infrastructure upgrade during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's talks in Washington that are also set to see
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Tiny, flapping flags to generate wind power 29.9.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Can the friction of tiny flapping flags harvest wind power? Yes, say researchers, suggesting that building arrays of flags may generate substantial quantities of power in the near future.
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AP Govt to announce policy for wind, solar energy projects 29.9.2014 FrontLine: Home
The Andhra Pradesh Government is set to announce a separate policy to encourage wind and solar energy projects in the State. The policy framework, now under preparation, will seek to add...
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