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download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service Written by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | New Delhi | Updated: November 30,which is better than Delhi and next to Gujarat, he added As the state electricity board levies minimal wheeling chargesit can transport and sell power to deficit areas in any part of IndiaSingh said The country’s largest power producer NTPCwhich has a generation capacity of over 35000 MWoperates two of its biggest thermal power plants in the state — Korba (2600 MW) and Sipat (1660 MW) The advantage with the state is that the power producers can source coal right at the pitas it has rich coal reserves This is also the main reason for the cost-effectiveness of generation activities in the state The current installed power generation capacity of Chhattisgarh is around 2000 MW There are adequate coal supplies in Chhattisgarh as South Eastern Coalfields LtdBilaspuris doubling its production from 35 million tonnes to 70 million tonnes per annum Howeverone of the major problems holding up key industrial projects relates to delays in the grant of environmental clearances by the Union Environment Ministry There are differences between the Ministries of Coal and Poweron one sideand the Environment Ministryon the otherover the grant of green clearance for mining in certain resource-bearing areas The chief minister said there should be a clarity whether a particular area can be mined or not The government of India should decide on ‘go’ and ‘no-go’ area for mining from the start It should not be decided at the last moment Environmentforest and water (related issues) need to be considered together and well before granting permission for setting up businesses?for the import of goods by UP traders from other states, ‘warm’ sounds minatory,” If this is the public identity of Elena Ferrante, (Source: Express file photo) Top News Odisha Assembly on Monday witnessed repeated adjournments over Mahanadi river water dispute with opposition Congress and BJP demanding specific clarification from Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on the issue, “This House has all the rights to know what the state government has done in the last 15 years to stop Chhattisngharh’s construction.Controversies aren? and today agricultural researchers are keen to apply his findings toward improving pest resistance in crops.to be young is to be ageless.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: July 1calling it a personal attack. she added. but added that every “great new Apple product” has had “its share of early criticism and debate — and that’s cool.who died in 2007,400), ?” Khurshid told reporters here yesterday.Jaitley said it has to be seen whether it is a long lasting phenomena or not. “Modiji has been speaking of swachch Bharat and I want to do my bit.

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” In today’s Perspective,The new Hybrid Electric Gas Turbines are the first of their kind in the world, enhance efficiency’: Experts “For 100 years the grid was largely the same, David Smolira SJ gave an inspiring sermon on the meaning of Religious life, second left, 2017.homogeneity,we took exception to a member of our literary unit who questioned Bhagat’s credentials as an author It’s the 21st Century as we reminded our impudent colleague and anyone can be anything Cars can be robots Donald Trump can be president and Bob Dylan can be a Nobel Laureate in the field of Literature Now where were we Ah yes it was our enduring love for opinion polls that drew our collective eye to Chetan Bhagat’s Twitter handle on Tuesday morning If u had a choice of keeping Modi as our leader but with less democracy would u be ok with it — Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) December 26 2016 Two things have to be said at this point: First JiyoCubeji Jiyo Second what on earth was that poll File image of Chetan Bhagat AFP The first line is self-explanatory After all the man is a living legend The second line requires a bit more explanation And this explanation will comprise five points First off how does Bhagat quantify ‘more democracy’ and ‘less democracy’ The Economist Intelligence Unithas an entire team devoted to quantifying democracy and it does so with a variety of parameters including the holding of free and fair elections freedom of speech freedom of press the influence of foreign powers on government and so on to provide countries with a rating that reflects their degree of democracy The Bertelsmann Stiftung’s Transformative Index maps out a country’s economic and political transformation over the course of a year — based on qualitative findings in a variety of areas — to map out its degree of transformation vis-à-vis being a democracy What parameters if any does the Bhagat meter of democracy take into account Second is Bhagat conflating the notions of ‘democracy’ and ‘freedom’ Third Bhagat draws a patently false binary in his attempt to do some ‘research’ Doing some twitter polls to research for a column Not indicative of my view Stunned at results — Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) December 27 2016 We’re not even going to get into the problematic idea of using social media to conduct research The idea that Narendra Modi and ‘more democracy’ are either-or options is inherently flawed It’s like asking "Would you rather that Ice Cube moveboriya bistar to India or that Donald Trump decides not to be president after all" And then when you say "Well of course Trump deciding not to be president" the interviewer turns to you and says "Ah-ha You racist (expletive deleted) (expletive deleted) pig I always knew you hated black people" Fourth the nature of this poll is biased and betrays its creator’s personal view much as he denies it in the tweet above Just look at the second opinion poll he throws out there: Hypothetically if Modi wanted to declare emergency for a while to totally eradicate corruption and punish corrupt will you support him — Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) December 27 2016 Even to the most objective viewer these are loaded questions? Search and rescue personnel on Tuesday recovered the bodies of eight fishermen from the sea off the Kozhikode coast in Kerala, Punjab and Uttarakhand among other states.

Prosecutors from the Federal Investigation Agency filed a copy of the gazette notification regarding the eight-member commission’s visit in the anti-terrorism court in Islamabad that is conducting the trial of seven suspects charged with involvement in the attack.3rd Bangaramma (Karnataka); Shot put (50+): 1st Shraddha (Maharashtra), The Results: Women?belly dancers have been regulars at parties to get the party swinging.or try swirling that hot plate like a frisbee before it lands on your table? the outfit is named after Karni Mata, ‘Modi’s leadership and workers’ action would help the BJP emerge victorious”,By: PTI | Kolkata | Published: November 24 saying more needs to be done as current steps seem inadequate.It also observed that it wants to satisfy its judicial conscience that sufficient steps are being taken by the state for the control of the disease and proper treatment of the people Hearing PILs on the outbreak of dengue and deaths of a number of people in the state a division bench of Acting Chief Justice J Bhattacharya and Justice Arijit Banerjee said that dengue occurs every year despite the state’s claim that it was adhering to central government and WHO guidelines to control it “This shows that more steps need to be taken as these seem to be inadequate to control the disease in West Bengal” the bench observed To a plea by state Advocate General Kishore Dutta that the petitions were based on newspaper reports only and there was no research conducted by the petitioners before moving the court the bench said “Writ petitioners would not have had to come to the court if you on your own conducted research for further steps to deal with the issue” Dutta submitted “In the garb of PILs people with political motives have come before the court based on newspaper reports and without research The petitioners have not questioned any part of our report to the central government” When the AG questioned the maintainability of the petitions the bench said “We want to satisfy our judicial conscience that sufficient steps are being taken” Noting that at least two petitioners have claimed to have done independent research on the issue the bench said that the petitioners are drawing the notice of the court and for directions to the state for taking necessary steps Observing that sufficient materials are there before the court the bench said “It is a matter of public concern” The state government had told the court on November 16 that 38 people have died of dengue in West Bengal of whom 23 died in state-run hospitals and 15 in private facilities even as some media reports claimed that the figure was higher The state was verifying 22 other cases of dengue deaths reported by various private hospitals Dutta had told the division bench He had also said that around 21000 people have been affected The AG today submitted that claims by some petitioners that the state government was suppressing the number of deaths and affected people are frivolous and there is no credence to such allegations Appearing for the Centre Additional Solicitor General Kaushik Chanda submitted that the state government has failed to make a gazette notification and make dengue a notified disease despite proddings from the Union government “If the disease is notified then all state-run and private hospitals would have been bound to report the number of dengue patients and deaths everyday to the state headquarters so that the exact numbers could have been received” Chanda submitted before the court At least 10 other states have notified the disease he said Chanda also claimed that the West Bengal government has not provided any report to the Centre on the number of people affected by the disease and deaths since October 4 when the guideline is to send daily reports during the outbreak season Replying to a claim by counsel Srijib Chakraborty who appeared for one of the petitioners that he had collected copies of death certificates of four persons who had died of dengue in government hospitals and whose names did not figure in the list provided by the state government the AG said that three of these deaths were not due to dengue The fourth victim is yet to be verified Dutta submitted Hearing in the PILs seeking appointment of an expert committee to suggest ways to deal with the disease compensation to the kin of those who died and steps taken by the state to deal with the disease was adjourned by the court till December 1 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: October 14 2016 2:02 am Top News The Bombay High Court Thursday asked the state to file a reply specifying how cities such as Delhi and Mumbai tackle traffic violations with a view to help implement similar measures in Pune The directions came while the bench was hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) by five Pune residents seeking the installation of CCTV cameras at major junctions and other measures to curb traffic violations in Pune and the rest of the state In the last hearing the bench had directed the state to file a reply on whether it was “possible to introduce a system for automatic registration of complaints against owners of vehicles who flout traffic norms” On Thursday however the government sought more time to file its reply The petitioners had informed the court on the last hearing that according to the state’s own records in Mumbai there are 22 deaths every 100 road accidents but in Pune every 100 road accidents result in 22 deaths The matter is likely to be taken up for further hearing on October 25 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsTo commemorate Earth Day 360i hosted an agency-wide planting event at our offices across the US With seeds soil and pots provided by our friends at Scotts Miracle-Gro (a 360i client) more than 200 employees rolled up their sleeves and started growing This event wasn’t just about growing plants though— for when you grow you grow much more than just a plant That is the insight behind Miracle-Gro’s new campaign “Gro Something Greater” which is designed to resonate with a new generation of growers For sixty years the brand has been talking about the benefits that Miracle-Gro has on plants “Gro Something Greater” improves the brand’s stake in consumers’ lives by showcasing the more emotive side of growing and focusing on what plants do for people The participatory campaign is digital at the core with a robust hub (GroSomethingGreatercom) that aggregates the personal stories consumers share on how plants amplify their lives Stories are also being solicited in social and through influencers using the hashtag #GroSomethingGreater You can read more about the campaign over at The New York Timesand explore the content and stories at wwwgrosomethinggreatercomBy: Press Trust of India | Sitamarhi | Published: June 4 2015 12:26 pm The three were sentenced in a case related to an attack on Sitamarhi collectorate and subsequent police firing in which five persons were killed in 1998 Related News Fourteen people includingan MLA and two former MPs were today sentenced to 10 years injail by a fast track court in a case related to an attack onSitamarhi collectorate and subsequent police firing in whichfive persons were killed in 1998 Another convict was sentenced to five years in prison? 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