Articles 21 through 120 of 500:
- Food Security Concerns (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 29, 2007)
“The power of population is so superior to the power of the earth to produce subsistence for man that premature death must in some shape or other visit the human race…levelling the population with the food of the world.”
- Academia And The Energy Sector (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 29, 2007)
OVER the last couple of decades, the global energy scenario has been substantially transformed.
- Uk Green Fellowship For 4 Film Makers (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 27, 2007)
Four young film-makers from India have been selected for the UK Environment Film Fellowships for 2007 for their work on subjects that primarily focus on environment-friendly and sustainable use of natural energy sources.
- Primates In Danger Of Extinction: Report (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Oct 27, 2007)
After surviving the 20th century with no extinction, nearly a third of all the world's apes, monkeys and other primates are facing the threat of disappearing forever.
- The Future Of Indian Forests (Hindu, A N Sudarsan Rao , Oct 26, 2007)
Communities with real power and even greater responsibility are the only hope.
- Excavations (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Oct 25, 2007)
In an attempt to recover the lost works of Aristotle, Sophocles and Catullus, archaeologists are to restart excavations at the ancient city of Herculaneum in Italy, where a Roman library lies buried beneath 90 ft of lava from the eruption of . . . .
- Rs. 5.2-Crore Action Plan For Horticulture Development (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 25, 2007)
National Horticulture Mission was launched in Raichur district in March
Department has chalked out several programmes that attract subsidy
‘Thrust will be on large-scale plantation of
- Elephants Electrocuted After Beer-Fuelled Rampage (Guardian (UK), Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 25, 2007)
Six Asiatic wild elephants were electrocuted as they went berserk after drinking rice beer in India's remote north-east.
- Save The Lions (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Oct 24, 2007)
Efforts to save the Asiatic lion from extinction have suffered a grievous blow with five lions being electrocuted near the Gir Wildlife Sanctuary in Gujarat.
- Award For University Hall (Frontline, LYLA BAVADAM, Oct 24, 2007)
“SUPERB interdisciplinary technical achievement … elegant renewal of one of the city’s finest Victorian buildings.”
- Lions Endangered (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Oct 23, 2007)
The death of three lionesses and two cubs by electrocution at the edge of Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary last week has once again drawn attention to the plight of this critically endangered species.
- Cpi Demands Notification Of Forest Act (Hindu, VINAY KUMAR, Oct 18, 2007)
The Communist Party of India (CPI) has demanded that the Government notify Scheduled Tribes and other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act immediately.
- The Amazon Burns Once Again (Hindu, Tom Phillips, Oct 17, 2007)
The restraint of the last few years is brought to an end by the rising demand for crops he land could bear.
- Architects’ Role In City Planning (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 17, 2007)
A discerning visitor looking at buildings and public space in any city can easily assess four things.
- Perspectives On Corporate Governance (Hindu, S. L. Rao, Oct 16, 2007)
Prescriptions for good quality governance of the corporate and financial sectors in a globalising economy
- India's Tigers Under Siege (Washington Post, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 16, 2007)
With homemade muskets, Lakhan and his brothers tracked one of India's endangered Bengal tigers as it slunk along the forested trails and lakes of Ranthambhore National Park, not far from Lakhan's village.
- ‘Doomsday Scenarios Do Not Help’ (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 15, 2007)
Wildlife biologist, K. Ullas Karanth, heads the Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore, and is a Senior Scientist with Wildlife Conservation Society, New York.
- Building The Climate Consensus (Tribune, Vibha Sharma, Oct 15, 2007)
UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) chairman Rajendra Kumar Pachauri is a firm believer in what Mahatma Gandhi had said: “Always be the change you want to be.”
- Warming To Peace (Telegraph, Editorial, The Telegraph, Oct 13, 2007)
A crusading spirit is always an inspiration, even though the mission may be founded on less than firm premises.
- Q&a: 'We Have Shown That Museums Can Be Profitable' (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 12, 2007)
Arvind Singh Mewar likes to wear many hats. He is not only the scion of the Mewar royal family, but also a pioneer in heritage tourism.
- Who Decides On Bio-Security? (Business Line, Kanchi Kohli , Oct 10, 2007)
When India enacted the Biological Diversity Act in 2002, it made it mandatory for all foreign entities (individual, corporate, organisation or individual) to seek the permission of the National Biodiversity Authority (NBA) before . . . .
- 2005 Quake: Poonch Hospital Cries For Govt Attention (Tribune, Shariq Majeed, Oct 09, 2007)
It is two years since an earthquake struck this part of the state on October 8, 2005, resulting in large-scale causalties and damage to property, but as the area prepares to observe second anniversary of the quake, very little has been done to . . . .
- Cool Off On Global Warming (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Oct 09, 2007)
COPENHAGEN — All eyes are on Greenland’s melting glaciers as alarm about global warming spreads. This year, delegations of US and European politicians have made pilgrimages to the fastest-moving glacier at Ilulissat, where they declare that they . . . .
- Managing Water Resources (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Oct 06, 2007)
ALL the signs are that the country’s growing water shortage could assume critical proportions in the coming years, especially when the effects of climate change become more pronounced.
- Sc Stems Land Rights To Tribal; Modi Finds An Election Issue (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 06, 2007)
The Supreme Court’s order restraining the Gujarat government from granting ownership rights of forest land to the tribals has given Chief Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP a campaign issue in the state’s tribal belt.
- Sonia Blackballs Lodhi Road Tunnel Project (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 06, 2007)
Trans-Yamuna residents would continue to take a circuitous route through Ashram or Pragati Maidan to access the heart of the city.
- ‘Amazon Jungle Could Be Lost In 40 Years’ (Hindu, Ian Sample , Oct 03, 2007)
The Amazonian wilderness is at risk of unprecedented damage from an ambitious plan to improve transport, communications, and power generation in the region, conservationists warned on Monday.
- The 'Wild' And The Beautiful! (Deccan Herald, JAYALAKSHMI K, Oct 01, 2007)
In this book the reader will find interesting research based purely on observation.
- More Species In The Red (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Sep 29, 2007)
The 2007 Red List of endangered plants, animals, birds, and sea life released by the World Conservation Union (IUCN) offers a gloomy forecast for many species that make the earth unique.
- We Can Combat Climate Change (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 29, 2007)
One day, we learn that the ice might be gone from Arctic sea by 2050. The next, we hear that world governments met in Montreal to accelerate a deadline for phasing out the ozone-depleting chemicals known as chlorofluorocarbons . . .. .
- 11 New Species Identified (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 27, 2007)
Eleven new species, including a snake and two butterflies, have been discovered in a region of Vietnam known as the Green Corridor, the WWF has revealed.
- Costlier Imports, Heavy Taxes (Dawn, Sultan Ahmed, Sep 27, 2007)
THE world oil prices are soaring again. After the US sweet crude crossed 80 dollars a barrel last week, it finally reached a record 84.10 dollars which revived fears of the hundred dollars a barrel approaching soon as projected earlier.
- For Sustainable Energy (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Sep 26, 2007)
THE availability of energy in any country is closely linked to economic and social stability. The per capita energy consumption is an index used to measure the prosperity of a society.
- Pmk Distances Itself From Dmk (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 26, 2007)
Stopping short of condemning the attack on the BJP State headquarters by cadre of its ally DMK, the PMK on Tuesday said it was the responsibility of the Government to protect the public.
- Software Quality And Car Racing (Business Line, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 26, 2007)
Change four tyres, add more than 80 litres fuel, tweak the car for better efficiency, clean the windshield, clear debris from the front grill, and give the driver water. All in less than 13 seconds.
- Losing Ground On Water (Business Line, G. Srinivasan , Sep 25, 2007)
Before Tamil Nadu experienced the recent years of excessive rains, water harvesting was a pet theme in the State as groundwater depletion had reached its nadir, prompting authorities to swing into action to stem the crisis.
- How Not To Raise A Stink (Telegraph, Malvika Singh, Sep 25, 2007)
Since we are hyper-ventilating, some being supportive and others antagonistic, about a series of actions and reactions to the rather unnecessary Ram Setu controversy, as well as to the manifold myths and faiths that are intrinsic to our . . . .
- Nabard Sanctions Rs.82.25 Crore For The State (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 25, 2007)
The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has sanctioned Rs.82.25 crore to the State government from its Rural Infrastructure Development Fund.
- New Arrivals (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 25, 2007)
Methodology — Data Presentation: Y.K.Singh, R.B. Bajpai; Rs. 595. Biodiversity Conservation: AK Ghosh; Rs. 695. The above books pub. by APH Publishing Corporation, 4435-36/7 Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, New Delhi-110002.
- Unveiling The Beauty Of Manas (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 24, 2007)
"Somebody once said of Manas that the Earth must have looked like it before man set his foot on the planet." This sentence sets the mood of the book at the very beginning as it takes the reader through a journey of the national park.
- Time Out In The Wild (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 22, 2007)
A year ago, Parambikulam Sanctuary, nestled between the Annamalai ranges of Tamil Nadu and the Nelliampathy ranges of Kerala, was like any other ill-kept abode for wildlife in the country.
- Of The God And Animal (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 22, 2007)
Under the aegis of Mapin Publishing and International Music and Arts Society, Vikramajit Ram launched his book, “Elephant Kingdom”, recently at the Alliance Francaise.
- Looming Water Woes (Pioneer, Anuradha Dutt, Sep 20, 2007)
The remedy sometimes is worse than the problem. The Centre's reported proposal that companies be made to pay for the groundwater they use exposes its colossal ignorance of the intricacies of the issue of water conservation.
- ‘Accounting Was Far From Enticing’ (Business Line, Editorial, Business Line, Sep 20, 2007)
In a strict historical sense, professions included theology, medicine, and law, writes Joseph Epstein in ‘Why I am not a lawyer’, an essay that comes immediately after ‘Speaking for the dead’ in In a Cardboard Belt! ( www.houghtonmifflinbooks.com ).
- Nurturing Farm Productivity (Business Line, Editorial, Business Line, Sep 19, 2007)
One of the major reasons for the poor yields is inefficient fertiliser use and poor cultivation practices leading to imbalanced nutrition.
- New Species Of Bat Found In Philippines (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Sep 18, 2007)
A new species of flying fox or fruit bat has been discovered on an island south of Manila, it was reported today.
- Soz Moots Navigation In Jhelum To Boost Tourism (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 18, 2007)
Concerned about the shrinking water bodies in Kashmir, union water resources minister Saifuddin Soz here today envisaged a 170-km-long navigation plan for the Jhelum cutting across the valley to restore its lost heritage and tap tourism potential.
- The Missing Link In The Energy Equation (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Sep 17, 2007)
IN THE present age, the provision of sufficient and affordable energy has become a basic human need.
- Oriya Lit's Forgotten Patriarch (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 17, 2007)
He is the man credited with fanning the resurgence that led to the formation of India's first linguistic state, the man fêted as the father of modern Oriya literature. Yet, Fakir Mohan Senapati's home here lies neglected, and the garden he so . . . .
- Buzz (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 17, 2007)
Malaysia has the best of shopping, food, entertainment and adventure, and this week we’re exploring the last offering — adrenalin pumping action. With the 17th edition of the Borneo 4x4 Safari.
- Time Out In The Wild (Hindu, SUBHA J. RAO, Sep 17, 2007)
At Parambikulam, take in the sights and sounds of an eco-friendly sanctuary
- Channel To Disaster (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Sep 17, 2007)
The Government is bent upon pushing ahead with the Sethusamudram Shipping Channel Project. But what about the Gulf of Mannar Marine Biosphere Reserve? What about exposing India's coastline to tsunami? Surajit Dasgupta questions the 'safeguard' . . . . .
- Hunt For Profit (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 14, 2007)
As a hugely profitable business the world over, illegal trade in wildlife is growing while the rate of conviction for the crime remains low.
- The Greening Of The New, 'Civilised' Libya (Deccan Herald, Elisabeth Rosenthal, Sep 13, 2007)
The plan will protect Libya's fantastic Greek and Roman ruins, as well its fragile coastal ecosystem from the perils of haphazard development.
- Water Woes (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Sep 13, 2007)
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said that the government cannot subsidise the commercial use of water and suggested incentives and penalties for water conservation.
- Manmohan For More Rational Use Of Water (Hindu, GARGI PARSAI and SUNNY SEBASTIAN , Sep 12, 2007)
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday said the government could not continue to subsidise the economic and commercial use of water.
- Pm’S Sermon On Water Use (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 12, 2007)
The Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, today alerted the nation about the danger of water scarcity due to retreat of glaciers and stressed the need to urgently address the issue. Dr Singh asked panchayat and municipal bodies to come forward with . . . .
- Ecosystem Hurts Gray Whale Conservation (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Sep 12, 2007)
Global warming and changes to the Pacific ecosystem could be limiting the recovery of the Pacific gray whale and suggest permanent damage done by overfishing, scientists have said in a new study.
- Edit (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Sep 12, 2007)
The commando-turned-President has for the moment silenced his major challenger. And yet palpable was the panic of the establishment on Monday afternoon, the defeat near-total and irreversible.
- Village Woes (Frontline, PRAFULLA DAS, Sep 12, 2007)
IN August 2001, hordes of politicians, human rights activists and the media visited Bilamal village in Kashipur block following the death of four people allegedly because of starvation and consumption of unhygienic food.
- Naxal Terror (Frontline, Venkitesh Ramakrishnan, Sep 12, 2007)
“THIS is essentially to create a shock effect on the government and its agencies. More concrete and substantial political and organisational work of the Maoists is taking place at the grass roots in a number of States including Jharkhand . . . .
- Commercial Use Of Water Cannot Be Subsidised: Pm (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 12, 2007)
In what is bound to cause a stir in the political and corporate world, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday warned that commercial use of water could not be subsidised.
- Environment And Development (Dawn, Editorial, Dailyexcelsior, Sep 11, 2007)
THE relationship between economic development and environmental sustainability is one of the most critical issues of our times.
- Honour Among Capitalists (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Sep 11, 2007)
WORDS are the linchpin of both fact and fiction. Unless worth can be assigned to the purely symbolic, the Apec deal on climate change is unlikely to herald a new dawn in conservation.
- Us Farm Bill 2007: Cat Among The Pigeons (Deccan Herald, Devinder Sharma , Sep 10, 2007)
The Bill, designed to support US farmers, will adversely affect farmers in third world countries says Devinder Sharma.
- Barcodes Of Life (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Sep 10, 2007)
Biologists everywhere are racing to classify all plants and animals on earth before key habitats are degraded or destroyed. With such comprehensive information, they hope to see an encyclopaedia of life hosted on the Internet, explaining and . . . .
- A Bridge Collapses (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Sep 10, 2007)
SEPTEMBER ONE was a fateful day marked by a tragedy that should not have happened. The collapse of the Shershah bridge of the Northern Bypass in Karachi has had a ripple effect.
- Project To Conserve Yellow Sea (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 08, 2007)
Environmentalists launched a project today to conserve the Yellow Sea, which they describe as one of the world’s most valuable but threatened marine ecosystems.
- Last Chance To Save Tigers (Times of India, Editorial, The Times of India, Sep 08, 2007)
The charisma of the tiger has inspired poets, persuaded nations to adopt it as their emblem, and sold everything from gasoline to sport merchandise and confectionery. Yet universal appeal has not assured the survival of the tiger in the wild.
- Rs. 1,400 Crore More To Be Spent On Upper Krishna Project Components (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 08, 2007)
An irrigation potential of 5.92 lakh hectares of land has been created: Eshwarappa
Cumulative expenditure stands at Rs. 9,700 crore
Phase I of project to fill minor tanks from September 20
- It’S Rebels Vs Gorillas In Congo’S Reserve (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Sep 05, 2007)
Highly endangered mountain gorillas in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo faced fresh dangers after renegade troops overran their habitat, forcing rangers to flee, conservationists warned.
- Russia United, India Divided (Pioneer, A N Sudarsan Rao , Sep 05, 2007)
India is not the only country in a dilemma over its civil nuclear deal with another country.
- Corridors Of Power Can Save Power With Little Efforts (Deccan Herald, JAYALAKSHMI K, Sep 04, 2007)
Almost Rs 50 lakh annual savings can be made from the energy bill of Vidhana Soudha, just by replacing the inefficient lighting and refrigeration units.
- Ladakh Heritage Figures Nowhere On Jammu-Kashmir Map (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 04, 2007)
While Ladakh has some of the world’s richest heritage sites, attracting tourists from across the world, it figures nowhere on the radar of the J&K Government’s own Directorate of Archives, Archaeology and Museums.
- New Arrivals (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 04, 2007)
Encyclopaedia on Srimad Bhagavatam: T. Rengarajan; Om Publications, 2783, (Ist Floor), Bhagat Singh Gali No. 6, Chuna Mandi, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi-110055. Rs. 2000.
- In St. Peter’S Burgh (Asian Age, Suhel Seth, Sep 03, 2007)
There is a charm about St. Petersburg that few cities in the world can equal, and that is not because the city boasts of over 250 palaces, or for that matter, more than 300 churches.
- Saving Past For Posterity (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 03, 2007)
Should the government make protecting history a priority or rather focus on development needs of the regions? The answer lies in strategy-planning and balancing conservation and development.
- Old Is Gold: Tapping The Talent Of The Elderly (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 03, 2007)
The APEX60 should get into the areas where the corporates have never entered - local governance.
- Ambassador Of Wildlife (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 03, 2007)
There are many ways in which a book can be judged. My one all-important parameter is that I stop reading it after a point, simply because I do not want . . . .
- Climate Change Could Trigger Global Food Crisis (Hindu, Ian Sample , Sep 01, 2007)
Experts issue warning at U.N.-backed forum on sustainable development.
- Sandstorms Sweep Away Parts Of The Great Wall (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 31, 2007)
The Great Wall of China, built to withstand raiding hordes from the steppes, is now in peril from a far more insidious threat: sandstorms generated by desertification in the north-west.
- Bucking The Trend (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Aug 30, 2007)
Scientists at the Laboratory for Conservation of Endangered Species (LaCONES) of the Centre for Cellular Molecular Biology (CCMB) in Hyderabad have done the nation proud by producing a black buck through artificial insemination.
- Eco-Tourism In National Parks Worries Wildlife Conservationists (Hindu, Sharath S. Srivatsa , Aug 30, 2007)
The pristine backwaters of the Kabini, home to a variety of wildlife near Mysore, have been attracting nature lovers in hordes. But this increasing interest in eco-tourism among travellers has become a cause of concern for those involved in . . . . .
- Dryland Farmers And Climate Change (Hindu, William D. Dar, Aug 30, 2007)
A combined effort to deal with climate uncertainty, land degradation, and water scarcity is needed.
- Tech To Breed Endangered Species (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 30, 2007)
Scientists in Hyderabad have developed a technology to induce pregnancy by artificial insemination in endangered animals, which led to the birth of an antelope.
- Global Climate Change Challenge-Needs Of The Poor (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Aug 29, 2007)
There is a need to study links between climate change initiatives and vulnerability of the poor.
- Tourism Information Centre Inaugurated At Bannerghatta National Park (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 29, 2007)
The facility has an open air auditorium to accommodate 300 people
It has a hi-tech audio visual hall to seat 50 people
- Indian Fined For Selling Shawls Made Of Rare Tibetan Antelope (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 29, 2007)
A Thailand court convicted an Indian national on Monday of violating Thailand's wildlife protection law by selling shawls made of endangered Tibetan antelopes, although the trader escaped with a US$300 fine and his store remains open.
- Sheets Of Water (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 28, 2007)
Some years ago, my idea of an RLT was a destination cut off from the madding crowd. Read, no buses, bad or no roads, and no tea shops. But, over the years, Coimbatore and its surroundings have thrown up ‘picture perfect’ RLTs, pockets of calm in . . . .
- Ringside View Of History (Hindu, Partho Datta, Aug 28, 2007)
A book of varied speeches, released strategically around Independence Day is bound to invoke the nation, as this volume does unequivocally. From the founding moment of the Indian National Congress, the editor brings us step by step to the present day.
- Indian Fined For Selling Shawls Made Of Rare Tibetan Antelope (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 28, 2007)
A Thailand court convicted an Indian national on Monday of violating Thailand's wildlife protection law by selling shawls made of endangered Tibetan antelopes, although the trader escaped with a US$300 fine and his store remains open.
- Thailand Strikes (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Aug 28, 2007)
A Thai court has convicted an Indian national of violating Thailand's wildlife protection law by selling shawls made of endangered Tibetan antelopes - although the trader escaped with a $300 fine and his store remains open.
- India's Gas Market: Setting The Rules (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Aug 28, 2007)
The empowered group of ministers (EGoM) on gas prices, slated to have their first meeting this Monday, has a tricky job ahead.
- Just Deserts (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Aug 27, 2007)
The law has caught up with yet another celebrity ‘bad boy’. The Jodhpur district court has upheld the sentence awarded by a lower court to actor Salman Khan for killing a chinkara nine years ago. Khan will have to serve five years in prison.
- 5 Years On, Energy Act Still Conserved! (Deccan Herald, JAYALAKSHMI K, Aug 25, 2007)
Why has the Energy Conservation Act, 2001 remained a non-starter? Five years since it was enacted, there is still confusion among the designated agencies on how to enforce it.
- Sheets Of Water (Hindu, A N Sudarsan Rao , Aug 25, 2007)
Some years ago, my idea of an RLT was a destination cut off from the madding crowd. Read, no buses, bad or no roads, and no tea shops. But, over the years, Coimbatore and its surroundings have thrown up ‘picture perfect’ RLTs, pockets of. . .
- Poor Dear? No (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Aug 25, 2007)
Salman’s prison sentence should raise the costs of destroying wildlife in a biodiversity rich country.
- Simple But Efficient Steps For Energy Independence (Deccan Herald, JAYALAKSHMI K, Aug 22, 2007)
With discipline in usage of electricity, 10 per cent energy saving is possible. All employees should inculcate the habit of switching off lights and fans when not in use.
- Plan To Import New Technologies To Cut Solar Energy Cost: Minister (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 21, 2007)
To reduce from Rs.16 crore to Rs. 6 crore a megawatt
New technology would help cut production costs
Tariffs of power from wind energy to go up
- Conservation Of Biodiversity (Hindu, G. ANANTHAKRISHNAN, Aug 21, 2007)
Study of the complexities involved in evolving integrated forest landscape management strategies
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