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Sunny days ahead? 16.4.2014 HBL: Opinion
To get there, the power sector should be freed from power politics
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Frankie Dettori looks to 1,000 Guineas after Sandiva's Nell Gwyn win 16.4.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Richard Fahey's filly can end Italian's classic drought
Godolphin have proper Derby prospect in True Story

It still jars just a little to see Frankie Dettori mid-air in his trademark celebration wearing something other than Godolphin blue, above all at a track as traditional and memory-laden as the Rowley Mile at Newmarket. Yet it could soon seem commonplace thanks to Dettori's new role as first jockey to Al Shaqab Racing, one of the rising forces in international Flat racing, and he made an ideal start to his first full season in the job when Sandiva took the Group Three Nell Gwyn Stakes here on Wednesday.

Sandiva, from Richard Fahey's stable in Yorkshire, was the best in the 15-strong field on last year's form, but had a tricky draw towards the middle of the track to overcome, in addition to several promising runners from some of Newmarket's most powerful yards.

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Tata Power to add 646.7 MW from clean energy sources 16.4.2014 Hindu: Business
Tata Power, one of India’s largest private power companies, plans to increase its renewable energy capacity by about 71 per cent to cut carbon emissions and reduce risks from fluctuating fuel pric...
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Tata Power plans to add 646.7 MegaWatt from clean energy sources (Cached) 16.4.2014 ET: Power
Tata Power plans to increase its renewable energy capacity by about 71 per cent to cut carbon emissions and reduce risks from fluctuating fuel prices.
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Tata Power plans to add 646.7 MW from clean energy sources 16.4.2014 HBL: Home
Tata Power, one of India’s largest private power companies, plans to increase its renewable energy capacity by about 71 per cent to cut carbon emissions and reduce risks from fluctuating fuel pric...
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Tata Power plans to add 646.7 MW from clean energy sources 16.4.2014 Latest News
Tata Power, one of India's largest private power companies, plans to increase its renewable energy capacity by about 71 per cent to cut carbon emissions and reduce risks from fluctuating fuel prices. The utility is adding 646.7 megawatts of ...
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There is a life beyond a wave, mostly disappointing... 16.4.2014 Latest News
"It isn't a wave. It is a tsunami in favour of Narendra Modi," said a journalist friend just back from Western Uttar Pradesh. "Bunkum. I couldn't sense any hawa for Modi in Eastern UP," another told me. A politician likened the 'wave' to "loo", the ...
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Fight with Goliath for pa's sake (Cached) 16.4.2014 Telegraph: Nation
The cool wind that blows from the Malnad (hill range) camouflages the electoral heat in Shimoga, where the daughter of a former chief minister is engaged in the task of avenging her father's defeat.
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Rain Wreaks Havoc 15.4.2014 newindianexpress.com
Nearly 50 houses were damaged in the unseasonal rains accompanied by high winds that lashed the eastern parts of the district in the last three days
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Lightning claims boy’s life in Perumanna 15.4.2014 Hindu: Cities
Lightning claimed the life of a 12-year-old boy hailing from Perumanna on Monday. Abhinav Krishnan, son of M.P. Krishnan, was struck while he was playing in the courtyard of his house around 3 p.m...
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Rain wreaks havoc in Wayanad 15.4.2014 Hindu: Kerala
Fifteen houses destroyed in Sulthan Bathery taluk alone
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Rain Wreaks Havoc 15.4.2014 newindianexpress.com
Nearly 50 houses were damaged in the unseasonal rains accompanied by high winds that lashed the eastern parts of the district in the last three days
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Rain, lightning claim 7 lives 15.4.2014 deccanherald.com
Rain and thundershowers in several parts of Karnataka claimed seven lives on Monday. While five died of lightning, two were electrocuted after they came in contact with a live wire in Tumkur and Davangere districts. Lightning struck Jayanna (45) of Rangapura in Sira taluk of Tumkur district while he was offering puja under a neem tree in the village. He died on the spot. Several devotees injured in the incident have been admitted to the government hospital. Similarly, Veeresh (20) was killed in Hosahalli village while he was performing a ritual. Veeresh hailed from Hiriyur taluk in Chitradurga district. Puttamma (65), a resident of Hulikunte was killed by lightning while she was answering the call of nature. A woman and her son were electrocuted in Halkurike village of Tiptur taluk. The deceased have been identified as Gangamma (60) and Veerabhadraiah (38). A banana plant had fallen on an electricity pole due to gusty winds and Veerabhadraiah suffered electric shock when he went to lift the plant. His ...
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Veteran soldier vs brash challenger (Cached) 15.4.2014 Telegraph: Front Page
Khunti, April 14: He's a rare BJP sitting MP whose daughter cleans and sorts garlic in the backyard of his house in Anigara, 4km off Khunti sadar.
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What can the origins of the BBC tell us about its future? 15.4.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
The BBC has just experienced one of the worst crises in its history. It is navigating unprecedented hostility from the press and massive digital transformation. In the first of a series of essays on the corporation's past, present and future, Charlotte Higgins examines the belief of its first director general, John Reith, that the BBC should be the citizen's 'guide, philosopher and friend'. Ninety years on, can that still be its aim? The manse on Lynedoch Street, Glasgow, is a handsome double-fronted house with nine steps up to its front door. It clings to the flank of its sandstone church, whose brace of tall, pencil-straight towers are linked by an elegant classical pediment. The manse which still exhales an air of four-square Victorian respectability occupies the high ground above the green spaces of Kelvingrove Park, in which, before the first world war, its son John Reith would walk, feeling the winds of destiny brushing his cheek as they blew down from the Campsie Fells or so he said. Even when ...
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German energy crisis points towards climate solution 14.4.2014 New Scientist: Being Human
Europe's powerhouse is leading the fight against climate change, but its push for renewables has left it burning ever more ...
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The Grapes of Wrath is 75 years old and more relevant than ever 14.4.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Steinbeck didn't want us to lose hope he wanted us to get angry at those who would strip hope from us Plus: Take our John Steinbeck quiz John Steinbeck was not the best or most brilliant writer America ever had. He may have a brighter legacy than any other, though, in part because he suggested wrath could be good. He inspired Cesar Chavez and John Kennedy; Bruce Springsteen and Woody Guthrie (and by extension Rage Against the Machine ); John Ford and South Park. The Grapes of Wrath, published 75 years ago today, means just as much to the US now as it did in 1939, when the Dust Bowl destroyed the American west, the economy lay in tatters, a minority held the keys to the bank, and a vast migrant population wandered without homes or rights. For those unfamiliar with the book (or at least for those who don't remember), The Grapes of Wrath tells a simple story: devastating weather and a bank's debt system force the Joad family off their farm; they go west, for work and good weather in California. They ...
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Dante's wildfire inferno in Chile's historic port city 14.4.2014 New Scientist: Living World
Valparaíso's natural amphitheatre of wooded hills has become a cauldron of smoke and flame after a forest fire took root in the coastal ...
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Gamesa India to commission 800MW of wind power projects in 2014-15 (Cached) 14.4.2014 TOI: India Business
The company currently has over 200MW of windmills ready to be commissioned and has orders on hand for about 600MW.
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Muse, Pharrell headline Coachella amid dust storm (Cached) 14.4.2014 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Pharrell Williams performs at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California April 12, 2014. Picture taken April 12, 2014. British rockers Muse and Pharrell served up musical highlights at the Coachela Valley Music and Arts Festival.
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