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Kolhapur forest officials seal windmills in Koyna 23.5.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Kolhapur forest officials seal windmills in Koyna
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Forest officials in Satara seal Koyna windmills 23.5.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Forest officials in Satara seal Koyna windmills
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Feels like 50 23.5.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Feels like 50
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4-month-old boy swept away in storm 22.5.2015 deccanherald.com
A four-month -old boy, Arif, died after he was swept away by strong winds at Karatagi village in the taluk on Friday. At least 150 houses at several villages in Marali, Navali and Karatagi hoblis were damaged partially and many trees and electricity poles uprooted in the storm. Deputy Commissioner R R Jannu visited the villages to take stock of the damage inflicted by the storm. Power supply to the villages in the afore-mentioned hoblis has been affected badly. The drinking water situation in the said villages has worsened due to the power outage. Many houses in the region have been damaged, making it difficult for people to prepare food. The public have set up ganji (gruel) centres to provide food to those affected. 85 villages suffer District in-charge Minister Shivaraj Tangadagi has instructed the officials to take up relief work. About 85 villages in Navali hobli have suffered damage in the storm. Likewise, 56 houses in Hanawal and Hanawal Camp, 15 in Mylapur and five house in Karatagi have suffered ...
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Edward Snowden: NSA reform in the US is only the beginning 22.5.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
In an exclusive interview from Moscow, Snowden cautions that more needs to be done to curb NSA surveillance two years after his disclosures Edward Snowden has hailed landmark shifts in Congress and the US courts on NSA surveillance but cautioned that much more needs to be done to restore the balance in favour of privacy. He also warned this was only the beginning of reform of the NSA, saying there are still many bulk collection programmes which are “even more intrusive”, but expressed hope that the Senate would act to curb the NSA, saying retention of the status quo is ...
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Clock winds down on key NSA surveillance law – live updates 22.5.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Tension builds as McConnell effort to extend Section 215 of the Patriot Act, used to justify bulk US phone data collection, appears on verge of failure

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A capital account 22.5.2015 HBL: Features
Saba Naqvi draws upon her earlier analytical pieces, and uses a reporter’s insights to give a comprehensive picture of the AAP wave
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Alanis Morissette believes breastfeeding can be `intimidating` 22.5.2015 New Kerala: World News
Read Full story of 'Alanis Morissette believes breastfeeding can be `intimidating`' at newkerala.com.
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Saudi Arabia's solar-for-oil plan is a ray of hope 22.5.2015 Guardian: Environment

Talk by the world’s biggest oil exporter of giving up fossil fuels and embracing solar and wind energy adds momentum towards a global climate change deal

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Welcome to Baoding, China's most polluted city 22.5.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
In February, Baoding was given the unwanted title of possessing the worst air quality in the whole of China. Jennifer Duggan pays a visit – and discovers a city desperate to reinvent itself as a pioneer of renewable energy How China’s pollution problem impacts on its people - in pictures It is a rare blue-skied day in the city of Baoding, in north-eastern China. It’s not even that clear, but the hazy sky is as blue as it gets here. Most days, the sky is obscured by a thick blanket of smog. Baoding, a city of 10 million people, was named in February as China’s most polluted city by the Ministry of Environmental Protection , based on air pollution figures gathered for 2014. By mid-May of this year, the city had only enjoyed 16 days of air quality that could be considered “good” by the official classification. It was much better when I was young – the air was very clean. We rarely see blue skies now The great irony is that, in 2010, Baoding was named ​as ​a pilot of China’s project to introduce low-carbon ...
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Tata Power reports 2014-15 standalone generation capacity at 11,974 million units 22.5.2015 ET: Power
Tata Power has an installed power generation capacity of 8,750 MW, including 1,383 MW from renewable sources, besides 11,974 MU generation capacity.
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Tata Power reports 2014-15 generation capacity at 11,974 MUs 22.5.2015 DNA: Top News
Tata Power today said its standalone generation capacity stood at 11,974 MUs (million units) in 2014-15. Besides, the company has an installed power generation capacity of 8,750 MW, including 1,383 MW from renewable sources. "Tata Power's generation capacity stands at 11,974 MUs in FY15. The company, together with all its subsidiaries and jointly controlled entities, has an installed generation capacity of 8,750 MW from various sources," the company said in a statement. The company's hydro power stations generated 1,443 MUs, wind farms generated 635 MUs, and solar plants recorded a generation of 4 MU. Commenting on the performance, Tata Power MD and CEO Anil Sardana said, "We will continue in our endeavours to further strengthen our operations with excellence and optimally utilise our resources to boost the generation capacity to 18,000 MW and 4,000 MW of distribution by 2022." The company has 1,383 MW renewable generation capacity, including 511 MW (wind), 56 MW (solar), 576 MW (hydro) and 240 MW (waste ...
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India predicted to create million jobs in energy sector 22.5.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
This can happen if the government reaches its goal of 100 giga watts of solar photovoltaic energy and 60 GW of wind energy
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Renewable energy seen generating one million jobs (Special to IANS) 22.5.2015 All News-IANS Stories
New Delhi, May 22 (IANS/IndiaSpent) As India, the world's third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases but 127th in terms of per capita emissions, ponders over an energy-balanced growth, jobs creation and environment protection in the future, there is ...
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100 GW by 2022: A challenging vision 22.5.2015 ET: Power
A favourite phrase of mine, "we will not be judged badly if we do not achieve the target but condemned we will be, if we do not try to scale it."
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Winds of change 22.5.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Winds of change
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India eyes a million jobs from renewable energy by 2022 22.5.2015 All Current Affairs Stories
That goal is contingent on the government reaching its goal of 100 GW of solar power and 60 GW of wind energy
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Renewable Energy Seen Generating One Million Jobs 22.5.2015 newindianexpress.com
As India, the world’s third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases but 127th in terms of per capita emissions, ponders over an energy-balanced growth, jobs creation and environment protection in the future, there is encouraging news.
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Renewable energy seen generating one million jobs (Special to IANS) 22.5.2015 New Kerala: Business India
Read Full story of ' Renewable energy seen generating one million jobs (Special to IANS) ' at newkerala.com.
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India‘s Moribund power witnesses sea change after Modi launches major initiatives 22.5.2015 Govt of india: PIB Features
Infrastructure bottleneck is the single most problem that impedes India’s rapid economic growth especially power generation and Prime Minister Narendra Modi government aware of this constraint has given topmost priority to the sector and taken a slew of initiatives starting with clearing the mess created by the previous UPA in coal auction.
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