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Five solar power units to come up in city 2.8.2015 Hindu: Vijayawada
Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu handed over documents pertaining to the MoU signed with Hyderabad-based PPS Enviro Power for establishment of solar power units in Vijayawada to its representati...
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37% rural homes in Tamil Nadu use LPG, highest in country 2.8.2015 TOI: Chennai
37% rural homes in Tamil Nadu use LPG, highest in country
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CESC bets big on green energy 2.8.2015 TOI: Calcutta Times
PR-Sanjiv Goenka Group flagship company CESC will invest Rs 3,000 crore in renewable energy over the next 18 ...
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How Narendra Modi can achieve Kalam's Vision 2020 2.8.2015 DNA: Bangalore
How Narendra Modi can achieve Kalam's Vision 2020
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Concern over mining 2.8.2015 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
St Xavier's College principal Nicholas Tete, while releasing a book on geography penned by a college teacher, expressed concern over the prevalence of unscientific mining in the state and suggested to his colleague to add a chapter on this in a future edition.
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Broom brigade to be out at night 2.8.2015 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Taking cue from chief minister Raghubar Das's instruction to the civic body in Ranchi to ensure regular garbage removal between 8pm and midnight from August 1, Dhanbad Municipal Corporation (DMC) has also decided to start cleaning drives at urban centres at night.
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Mahawar takes over as ONGC director of onshore operations 1.8.2015 Hindustan Times: Business
Ved Prakash Mahawar took over as the director Onshore of stateowned Oil and Natural Gas Corp ONGC on ...
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PM Modi chairs high-level meeting on sugar sector 1.8.2015 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Aug. 1 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday chaired a high-level meeting to review issues related to the sugar sector.
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PM chairs high level meeting on sugar sector 1.8.2015 Govt of india: PIB
PM chairs high level meeting on sugar sector
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Naveen to meet Jaitley on Odisha's finances 1.8.2015 All Economy & Policy Stories
Chief minister Naveen Patnaik is scheduled to meet Union finance minister Arun Jaitley on Monday to discuss about Odisha's finances.
Ved Prakash Mahawar takes over as ONGC director 1.8.2015 ET: Oil & Gas
A Mechanical engineering graduate, Mahawar started career with ONGC as Drilling Engineer in 1982. He is known as the first sub-sea engineer of ONGC.
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Sensex soares by 409.21 pts, 1-wk-high 1.8.2015 Central Chronicle » Business
Agencies, Mumbai Extending the rally for the third straight session, the BSE Sensex shot up... more »
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Sip on kahwa, a green tea with a difference 1.8.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Sip on kahwa, a green tea with a difference
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Butterfly-inspired technique could make solar energy cheaper 1.8.2015 Zee News : Science and Technology
 Mimicking the v-shaped posture adopted by a butterfly species to heat up its flight muscles before take-off, the amount of power produced by solar panels can increase by almost 50 percent, a study led by an Indian-origin scientist has found.
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Buckets come out as pipes leak 1.8.2015 Hindu: Home
Due to a fault in the RWH structure on Usman Road flyover, rainwater is being wasted
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Butterfly-inspired technique could make solar energy cheaper - Times of India 1.8.2015 google news
Butterfly-inspired technique could make solar energy cheaper Times of India LONDON: Mimicking the v-shaped posture adopted by a butterfly species to heat up its flight muscles before take-off, the amount of power produced by solar panels can increase by almost 50 percent, a study led by an Indian-origin scientist has ...
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'Carbon sink' detected underneath world's deserts 1.8.2015 DNA: Money
The world's deserts may be storing some of the climate-changing carbon dioxide emitted by human activities, according to a new study which found that massive aquifers underneath deserts could hold more carbon than all the plants on land. The study estimates that the world's desert aquifers contain roughly 1 trillion metric tonnes of carbon - about a quarter more than the amount stored in living plants on land. Humans add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere through fossil fuel combustion and deforestation. About 40 per cent of this carbon stays in the atmosphere and roughly 30 per cent enters the ocean. Scientists believed the remaining carbon was taken up by plants on land, but measurements show plants don't absorb all of the leftover carbon. Scientists have been searching for a place on land where the additional carbon is being stored - the so-called "missing carbon sink." The new study suggests some of this carbon may be disappearing underneath the world's deserts - a process exacerbated by ...
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Butterfly-inspired technique could make solar energy cheaper 1.8.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Mimicking the v-shaped posture adopted by a butterfly species to heat up its flight muscles before take-off, the amount of power produced by solar panels can increase by almost 50 percent, a study led by an Indian-origin scientist has found.
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India closer to nod for 100 per cent biofuel; draft released for emission standards 1.8.2015 ET: Oil & Gas
B100 vehicles have been plying in cities such as Berkeley in United States. The move aims at reducing dependence on import of crude oil.
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Vadodara lawyer turns to energy conservation - Times of India 1.8.2015 Baroda News
Vadodara lawyer turns to energy conservation Times of India VADODARA: Amid the growing popularity of initiatives to conserve energy, a lawyer from the city has taken to energy and water conservation in a unique way. Hitesh Patel along with youths from Shanpur village of Padra taluka have invented an ...
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