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'India First' policy shuts doors on Chinese bidders for Rs 3,000 cr ... - India TV

Tue, 06/06/2017 - 12:16pm

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'India First' policy shuts doors on Chinese bidders for Rs 3,000 cr ...
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The central government's policy to accord preference to Indian companies in official procurement has virtually shut the doors on Chinese bidders for pipeline ...

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Piyush Goyal: The harbinger of change in the power sector | Latest ... - Daily News & Analysis

Tue, 06/06/2017 - 6:41am

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Piyush Goyal: The harbinger of change in the power sector | Latest ...
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Son of late Ved Prakash Goyal who had served as a Union Minister for shipping in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee cabinet, Piyush Goyal, the Minister of State with ...

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'India First' policy shuts China bidders out of Gail pipeline projects worth Rs 3000 crore - Economic Times

Tue, 06/06/2017 - 1:03am

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'India First' policy shuts China bidders out of Gail pipeline projects worth Rs 3000 crore
Economic Times
Recently, Global Times, published by state-owned People's Daily said debarring of Chinese firms in the power sector was new evidence of India's “overly suspicious approach towards China”. It said the move could backfire because India's power sector was ...

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Indian IT sector finds itself in a fix; techies left sweating - The New Indian Express

Mon, 05/06/2017 - 5:20am

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Indian IT sector finds itself in a fix; techies left sweating
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According to one professional, nearly 30% of IT service consumers are from the power sector which is on a tight budget owing to the oil price fall. “Indian IT is going through a churn, there is no denying that,” said Poluri. “But that doesn't mean it ...

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India, Russia sign key pact for two nuclear power units in Kudankulum - Firstpost

Fri, 02/06/2017 - 11:47am

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India, Russia sign key pact for two nuclear power units in Kudankulum
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The growing partnership in the nuclear power sector between India and Russia has opened opportunities for developing advanced nuclear manufacturing capabilities in India in line with India's "Make In India" initiative, the declaration said. India and ...
India, Russia ink key pact for two nuclear power units in KudankulamTimes of India
Full text: Saint Petersburg Declaration between Russia and IndiaThe Indian Express
India, Russia sign agreement for two more units at KudankulamThe Hindu

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India, Russia ink key pact for two nuclear power units in Kudankulam - Times of India

Thu, 01/06/2017 - 9:22pm

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India, Russia ink key pact for two nuclear power units in Kudankulam
Times of India
The reactors will be built by India's Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) and Russia's Atomstroyexport company, a subsidiary of Rosatom, the regulatory body of the Russian nuclear complex. Each of the two units will have a capacity to ...
India and Russia ink key pact for 2 nuclear power units in KudankulumEconomic Times
India, Russia sign agreement for two more units at KudankulamThe Hindu
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India, Russia ink key pact for 2 nuke power units in Kudankulum - Business Today

Thu, 01/06/2017 - 9:11pm

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India, Russia ink key pact for 2 nuke power units in Kudankulum
Business Today
Each of the two units will have a capacity to produce 1,000 MW of power. The document titled 'A vision for the 21st Century' said economies of India and Russia complement each other in the energy sector and both countries will strive to build an ...
Russia a natural ally: ModiThe Hindu
Modi, Putin summit: All eyes on nuclear power dealMorung Express

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India's low carbon transition - Livemint

Thu, 01/06/2017 - 12:14am

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India's low carbon transition
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Despite the recent advent of renewable energy, India is still powered by coal, with 77% of electricity generation coming from coal plants. The future outlook of the country similarly shows that coal will continue to dominate the Indian power sector ...

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Surplus power is the next big challenge in India's electricity sector. - Scroll.in

Tue, 30/05/2017 - 9:02am

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Surplus power is the next big challenge in India's electricity sector.
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India's electricity companies have surplus power – and that's a big challenge Workers install new power lines on an electric pole on the outskirts of Ajmer, India, ...

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Barring 6 states and Chandigarh, India to turn power surplus this fiscal - Economic Times

Mon, 29/05/2017 - 11:35pm

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Barring 6 states and Chandigarh, India to turn power surplus this fiscal
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: Most parts of the country will have surplus power availability in the current financial year thanks to higher electricity generation, the Central Electricity Authority said. The apex power sector planning body said in a report that in 2017 ...

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India's Plans To Ban China's Power Firms Will Backfire: Chinese Media - NDTV

Thu, 25/05/2017 - 5:28pm

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India's Plans To Ban China's Power Firms Will Backfire: Chinese Media
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The article was commenting on the remarks made by Indian Electrical & Electronics Manufacturers' Association Director General Sunil Misra that ban on Chinese equipment would protect India "from cyber-attacks because the power sector is increasingly ...
NTPC at the forefront of India's role in global energy transition: IEEFABusiness Standard
Here is what India's largest power sector foreign investor has to say on GSTETEnergyworld.com
Will India Ever Need Another Coal Plant?CityLab
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India's plans to ban Chinese power firms will backfire: Report - Hindustan Times

Thu, 25/05/2017 - 2:51pm

Hindustan Times

India's plans to ban Chinese power firms will backfire: Report
Hindustan Times
India's reported move to block Chinese companies in the power sector seems to be new evidence of the country's overly suspicious attitude toward China, but this could backfire given that India is still plagued by electricity shortages and unstable ...
NTPC at the forefront of India's role in global energy transition: IEEFABusiness Standard
Here is what India's largest power sector foreign investor has to say on GSTETEnergyworld.com
Will India Ever Need Another Coal Plant?CityLab
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India over suspicious of Chinese power firms, its plan to ban them will backfire: Chinese media - Firstpost

Thu, 25/05/2017 - 1:59pm

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India over suspicious of Chinese power firms, its plan to ban them will backfire: Chinese media
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"India's reported move to block Chinese companies in the power sector seems to be new evidence of the country's overly suspicious attitude toward China, but this could backfire given that India is still plagued by electricity shortages and unstable ...
Here is what India's largest power sector foreign investor has to say on GSTETEnergyworld.com
DNA Edit: Barring foreign investors in the power sector is unwiseDaily News & Analysis
New regulations to bar Chinese firms from Indian power sectorNewsBytes
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India's plans to ban Chinese power firms will backfire: Chinese media - Economic Times

Thu, 25/05/2017 - 1:15pm

Economic Times

India's plans to ban Chinese power firms will backfire: Chinese media
Economic Times
"India's reported move to block Chinese companies in the power sector seems to be new evidence of the country's overly suspicious attitude toward China, but this could backfire given that India is still plagued by electricity shortages and unstable ...
Here is what India's largest power sector foreign investor has to say on GSTETEnergyworld.com
DNA Edit: Barring foreign investors in the power sector is unwiseDaily News & Analysis
New regulations to bar Chinese firms from Indian power sectorNewsBytes
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If India boycotts our power firms, its own people will suffer: Chinese media - Deccan Chronicle

Thu, 25/05/2017 - 12:55pm

Deccan Chronicle

If India boycotts our power firms, its own people will suffer: Chinese media
Deccan Chronicle
"India's reported move to block Chinese companies in the power sector seems to be new evidence of the country's overly suspicious attitude toward China, but this could backfire given that India is still plagued by electricity shortages and unstable ...

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Chinese media dismisses India's move to block Chinese power companies - Daily News & Analysis

Thu, 25/05/2017 - 12:00pm

Chinese media dismisses India's move to block Chinese power companies
Daily News & Analysis
Even if China allowed overseas investment in its power sector, could Indian power companies really make it into the Chinese market given their lack of development?? questioned the report. The Global Times concluded its report by saying, ?India's ...

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Here is what India's largest power sector foreign investor has to say on GST - ETEnergyworld.com

Wed, 24/05/2017 - 7:22pm

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Here is what India's largest power sector foreign investor has to say on GST
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Here is what India's largest power sector foreign investor has to say on GST New Delhi: CLP India, the largest foreign direct investor in the country's power sector new rates under the Goods and Services Tax will not have a major impact on power sector ...
India's Plans To Ban China's Power Firms Will Backfire: Chinese MediaNDTV
NTPC at the forefront of India's role in global energy transition: IEEFABusiness Standard
India keen to share latest renewable sector tech with AfricaDaily News & Analysis
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New regulations to bar Chinese firms from Indian power sector - NewsBytes

Wed, 24/05/2017 - 8:24am

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New regulations to bar Chinese firms from Indian power sector
NewsBytes
Stressing on reciprocal foreign investment policy in India's power sector, Piyush Goyal, Union Minister for Power, Coal and Renewable Energy, recently noted that India will not allow investments from foreign countries that bar India from doing business ...
DNA Edit: Needy, yet choosyDaily News & Analysis

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DNA Edit: Barring foreign investors in the power sector is unwise - Daily News & Analysis

Wed, 24/05/2017 - 8:05am

Daily News & Analysis

DNA Edit: Barring foreign investors in the power sector is unwise
Daily News & Analysis
Undeniably, Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal has scripted a turnaround of the Indian power sector from the times of the UPA government. Thermal power stations are now adequately coal-stocked, UDAY is ushering in fiscal discipline in discoms and in the ...
New regulations to bar Chinese firms from Indian power sectorNewsBytes
Will bar companies from countries that bar Indian firms: GoyalSME Times
India keen to share latest renewable sector tech with AfricaIndia Today

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