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70 years

Maharashtra village gets power, bus after 70 years of Independence

Maharashtra village gets power, bus after 70 years of

70 years

Maharashtra village gets power, bus after 70 years of Independence

GADCHIROLI (MAHARASHTRA): The residents of Amdeli village here had a long wait for 70 years before they could see their homes lit up with electricity and commute in public buses. Amdeli, surrounded by forest and having a population of around 200 people, all of whom are Telugu speaking, is a remote village in Gadchiroli district

Women's World Cup 2017: Australia power to victory over West Indies

Women’s World Cup 2017: Australia power to victory over West Indies

Women’s World Cup 2017: Australia power to victory over West Indies. With the spectacular century of Nicole Bolton in ICC World cup, the current champion Australia team defeated the West Indies by 8 wickets. West Indies captain Stephanie Taylor won the toss but he failed to make a decision and in the end she had

fusion based power reactor

India is helping build world’s largest nuclear fusion reactor

Near the banks of the Sabarmati, in the green city of Gandhinagar, a team of 122 scientists and engineers from across India is working silently on building some crucial nuclear components. These are meant to power the world’s largest nuclear reactor, coming up in the Cadarache province of southern France. At a time when an

Cong, AP can again join hands for power: Goel

New Delhi: Union minister Vijay Goel today hit out at Congress and Aam Admi Party (AAP) saying they could again join hands for “greed of power” after the MCD elections. Goel said the real contest is between the BJP and Congress while AAP will be left in the third position after elections for 272 wards

Power to cost 30 pc more in UT

Admn has submitted proposal to JERC and will wait for approval   Chandigarh: The UT Administration has proposed a power tariff hike for various consumer categories by 30 pc this year. The proposal has been sent to the Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC) showing debts of Rs 500 crore. The tariff hike is subject to

Cong, AAP will review pro-people moves if voted to power: CM

Sherwani Kot (Punjab): Sharpening attack on Congress and AAP, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Saturday said the two parties have shown “stiff resistance” to “pro-people” policies of the Akali government and asserted that if re-elected to power he would review “people-friendly” decisions like regularisation of employees. “By announcing that they (opposition) will review

Largest 100 MW solar power plant inaugurated

Bathinda: Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Tuesday inaugurated the state’s largest solar power plant of 100 MW, set up by Adani group at Sardargarh village in this district. Speaking on the occasion, he said that the plant, costing Rs 640 crore would prove to be a game changer for not only the 232

Will eradicate corruption from business, transport sectors if brought to power: Kejriwal

Jalandhar(Punjab): AAP convenor and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that his party will take every step to curb corruption in business and transport sectors if they form the government in Punjab. Releasing AAP’s election manifesto yesterday, he said his party will remove “Inspector Raj” and the people will no longer have to tolerate “Gunda

AAP committed to fulfil all promises after coming into power, says Ghuggi

Ludhiana: State Convener Aam Aadmi Party Gurpreet Singh Waraich (Ghuggi) making scathing attacks on SAD-BJP and Congress held them responsible for the prevailing pathetic condition of farmers in Punjab. He added that these parties had been making false promises during the elections, but after coming to power did nothing to bale out the farmers from

Load forecasting study points out power shortage for next 2 yrs

Chandigarh: The long term power consumption study conducted by a private company to forecast the load factors of the power demand in city has pointed out that as per the power requirement, city may experience power deficit for next two years during peak hours in summers for next two years. UT Electricity department got the

UT to produce 650 Mwh energy from two Rooftop SPV Power Plants

Chandigarh: UT Administration has taken a leap in solar power generation by installing 300 Kwh and 200 Kwh, two Rooftop Solar Photo Voltaic (SPV) Power Generation Plants at ISBT 17 and 43. Both these plants will generate 650 Mwh of solar energy on yearly basis. Santosh Kumar, Director (Science and Technology and Renewable Energy) and

‘Inzy gets power to name team without approval of PCB chief’

Karachi: In a significant move, Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan has given power to chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq to directly announce the national team without first having to seek his approval. A well-placed source in the Board told PTI today that in recent times Shaharyar Khan had avoided making it necessary for Inzamam to first

Lightning Storms Knock Out Power to Entire Australian State

Sydney: Severe storms and thousands of lightning strikes knocked out power to the entire state of South Australia on Wednesday, authorities said, leading to port closures and commuter chaos. South Australia is the country’s fifth most populous state, with 1.7 million people and Adelaide as its capital, and is a major wine producer and traditional

PSPCL all set to probe illegal power connection at Punjabi University

Patiala: Chairman of Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) Er K D Chaudhary on Wednesday ordered a thorough probe of the case related to the detection of illegal power connection to an international hostel situated near the Punjabi University in Sheikhupura village and the university using it after naming it as ‘NRI Hostel’ for its

Congress, AAP doing politics just to fulfil lust for power: Dr Cheema

Faridkot: SAD-BJP government has always kept its priority of development of Punjab and prosperity of Punjabis and Punjab has become the leading district of the nation in development in rural and urban areas, said Education Minister Dr Daljit Singh Cheema while addressing the mammoth gathering at annual jor mela at Guru Ki Dhab. Dr Cheema

Sri Lanka to build power plant in Trincomalee

Colombo: Sri Lanka has said it will build apower plant at eastern Trincomalee district, days after it ended a joint venture with India’s National Thermal Power corporation (NTPC) to develop a coal power plant at the same site.The government conveyed the decision to the Supreme Court yesterday in response to a complaint filed by an

Anandpur Sahib to be holy city if AAP comes to power: Kejriwal

Anandpur Sahib will be made a holy city if AAP is voted to power in Punjab, party’s national convener Arvind Kejriwal said here on Friday.”The foundation of Khalsa Panth was laid at Anandpur Sahib, that is why this place is known as the land of Khalsa.So, if AAP is voted to power, government will make

AAP, Congress will stop pro-poor schemes if voted to power: CM

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Saturday termed Congress and Aam Aadmi Party as “anti-poor” and alleged that if voted to power, these parties will “discontinue” several pro-people schemes and subsidies. The SAD-BJP government has taken a number of pro-people initiatives like Atta-Dal, Pension, Shagun, Mai Bhago Vidya Scheme, Bhagat Puran Singh Sehat Beema

Greatest-ever power scandal taking place in Punjab: Amarinder

Chandigarh: Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president Capt Amarinder Singh on Tuesday said that the greatest ever power scandal in the country was gradually unraveling itself in Punjab, where the Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal handed over power projects to private companies on a platter, resulting in a loss of hundreds of crores of rupees to