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Farmers oppose CRZ clearance to Mithivirdi N-plant 31.3.2015 Rajkot - City - The Times of India
The farmers from villages around the proposed nuclear power plant in Mithivirdi in Bhavnagar on Monday opposed the Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) clearance given to the 6000 MW project and sought further clarity on it.
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Yadav-Bhushan exit may not weaken AAP but it will lose part of its soul - Firstpost 31.3.2015
Yadav-Bhushan exit may not weaken AAP but it will lose part of its soul Firstpost "Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind,” is what George Orwell said long ago. The voices emerging from the AAP over the last few days, leading up to and after ...
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Yadav-Bhushan exit may not weaken AAP but it will lose a part of its soul 31.3.2015 FirstPost: Politics

Will the exit of Bhushan and Yadav weaken the party and affect its electoral chances? No, because they are not Kejriwal and AAP’s political constituencies are unlikely to be impacted by their absence. The party is still a Delhi phenomenon and is controlled by a Delhi-gang that swears by Kejriwal. It may cause an image issue among a certain class of AAP-supporters, but it is unlikely to create a negative impact in the long run.

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Bhushan-Yadav exit may not weaken AAP but it will lose a part of its soul 30.3.2015 FirstPost: Politics

Will the exit of Bhushan and Yadav weaken the party and affect its electoral chances? No, because they are not Kejriwal and AAP’s political constituencies are unlikely to be impacted by their absence. The party is still a Delhi phenomenon and is controlled by a Delhi-gang that swears by Kejriwal. It may cause an image issue among a certain class of AAP-supporters, but it is unlikely to create a negative impact in the long run.

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Bhushan-Yadav exit may not weaken AAP but party loses a part of its soul - Firstpost 30.3.2015
Bhushan-Yadav exit may not weaken AAP but party loses a part of its soul Firstpost "Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind,” is what George Orwell said long ago. The voices emerging from the AAP over the last few days, leading up to and after ...
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PM Modi's intervention sought to declare Dr Bhabha bungalow as national monument 30.3.2015 DNA: Bangalore
PM Modi's intervention sought to declare Dr Bhabha bungalow as national monument
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Neither I nor my successor will have the luxury of Tata structure: Naik 30.3.2015 HBL: Companies
The Hindu catches up with L&T's Group Executive Chairman as he prepares to hang up his boots in the next two years.
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Modi's Canada visit may clinch uranium deal 29.3.2015 deccanherald.com
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Ottawa next month may see a much awaited commercial agreement being signed paving way for Canada to supply uranium to India. "We look forward to resuming our civil nuclear energy cooperation with Canada, especially for sourcing uranium fuel for our nuclear power plants," Modi posted on Facebook on Saturday. Sources told Deccan Herald that New Delhi and Ottawa might also announce joint research and development in the field of nuclear energy, focusing on augmenting capacity of Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors of India. The prime minister will visit Canada from April 14 to 16 after touring France and Germany. He will meet his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper in Ottawa and will address business leaders in Toronto. Modi on Saturday noted that Canada was also the first country to have completed the requirements for civil nuclear cooperation with India after New Delhi secured the waiver from the Nuclear Suppliers Group in 2008. India and Canada signed the civil nuclear ...
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KNPP Unit 2 to generate power by Aug 29.3.2015 deccanherald.com
The second unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) is likely to generate electricity by August 2015, as officials are preparing to load real fuel in its reactor.

"The steam flow path and steam relief devices have been tested successfully during the hot run process. Dummy fuel loading will continue for another one week", KNPP Site Director R S Sundar told Deccan Herald on Sunday, adding that the dummy fuel would be removed and real fuel will be loaded soon after securing clearance from the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB). Like Unit 1, reactor at the second unit will also be loaded with fuel assemblies containing Uranium Oxide.
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Neither I nor my successor will have the luxury of Tata structure: Naik 29.3.2015 Hindu: Industry
The Hindu catches up with L&T's Group Executive Chairman as he prepares to hang up his boots in the next two years.
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Oncology block gets administrative sanction 29.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Oncology block gets administrative sanction
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Coimbatore students qualify for Olympiad 29.3.2015 Hindu: Coimbatore
A city school boy has become one of the 35 students, shortlisted from a nation-wide pool of 37,837 students, selected for the final round of contest that could provide them an opportunity to take p...
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Make in India, job creation high on PM Modi's agenda - Zee News 29.3.2015
Make in India, job creation high on PM Modi's agenda Zee News New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his tour to France, Germany and Canada from April 10-16 would be focused on supporting India's national economic agenda through programmes like Make in India in order to create jobs for the ...
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Three-nation visit to focus on economic agenda, job creation: Modi 28.3.2015 TOI: India Business
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his tour to France, Germany and Canada from April 10-16 would be focused on supporting India's national economic agenda through programmes like Make in India in order to create jobs for the youth.
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Three-nation visit to focus on economic agenda, job creation: Modi 28.3.2015 deccanherald.com
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his tour to France, Germany and Canada from April 10-16 would be focused on supporting Indias national economic agenda through programmes like Make in India in order to create jobs for the youth. In a series of tweets, linked to his Facebook post, Modi spoke about his upcoming three-nation tour - his second overseas visit this year after to the Indian Ocean countries of Seychelles, Mauritius and Sri Lanka earlier in March. "My France, Germany and Canada visit is centred around supporting Indias economic agenda and creating jobs for our youth. Will discuss strengthening India-France economic co-operation and visit some high-tech industrial units outside Paris. In Germany, Chancellor Merkel and I will jointly inaugurate Hannover Messe where India is a partner country. Looking forward to enhancing ties with Canada and interacting with leaders, captains of industry and diaspora in Canada," he tweeted. "I am honouring long standing invitations from three of our most important ...
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Three-nation visit to focus on economic agenda, job creation: Modi 28.3.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his tour to France, Germany and Canada from April 10-16 would be focused on supporting India's national economic agenda through programmes like Make in India in order to create jobs for the youth.
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Three-nation visit to focus on economic agenda, job creation: Narendra Modi 28.3.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'Three-nation visit to focus on economic agenda, job creation: Narendra Modi' at newkerala.com.
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Will focus on job creation: Modi on three-nation trip 28.3.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'Will focus on job creation: Modi on three-nation trip' at newkerala.com.
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US Supports India's Aspiration to Become Leading Power: Verma 28.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
America welcomes India's constructive leadership on global challenges and supports its aspiration to become a leading power, a top US diplomat said.
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US supports India's aspiration to become leading power: Verma 28.3.2015 deccanherald.com
America welcomes Indias constructive leadership on global challenges and supports its aspiration to become a leading power, a top US diplomat said. "As Indias strategic plus partner, we support Indias aspiration to become a leading power," US Ambassador to India Richard Verma said here in his maiden public appearance in the city after becoming the top American diplomat in New Delhi. "We also welcome Indias constructive leadership on global challenges. We support greater Indian participation in multilateral institutions, including its candidacy for permanent membership on a reformed UN Security Council and its eventual membership in all four multilateral export control regimes. We support its robust engagement with ASEAN and leadership role in the Indian Ocean Rim Association," he said. In his address at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Verma said that India can be a valuable partner in multilateral institutions. "We can work towards civil nuclear cooperation today because India implemented ...
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