• Tata Power Company Ltd Case Study
    . States like Delhi, Orissa went one step a TPCL 2008-01 head by privatizing the distribution of power in these states. Inspite of these efforts by the government of India, India is facing a severe shortage of power. For the first nine months of FY 07-08 the country has faced a power shortage...
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  • Oil and Gas Conservation
    before water conflicts flare. Low-cost, energy-efficient technologies for treating and recycling water could emerge from the scientific progress on nanoparticles and nanofibres and membrane bioreactors. The writer is professor of strategic studies at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi. Source: the Foresight Initiative....
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  • Solar Power India
    Solar Power In India India's power sector has a total installed capacity of approximately 1,46,753 Megawatt (MW) of which 54% is coal-based, 25% hydro, 8% is renewables and the balance is the gas and nuclear-based. Power shortages are estimated at about 11% of total energy and 15% of peak capacity...
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  • To What Extent Did Large Dams Built Before 1990 Fulfil Nehru's Aim?
    reliant on large dams (2000, p. 1659). Bombay’s entire water supply came from a set of dams of Vaitarana, Tansa and Bhatsa. Delhi, which is on the banks of the Yamuna, only obtained 25% of its needs from the river. Instead, the balance was met by releases from the Bhakra Dam to the West and the Ram...
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  • Water Management
    spend many hours per day distributing water.[12] The water situation in the capital, New Delhi, is typical of most cities in India, in that New Delhi does not lack water, indeed, have good infrastructure.   In New Delhi, only 17 million from the demands of 36 million cubic meters cubic meters...
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  • Harshita Singh
    India. Maharashtra, Gujarat, Delhi, U.P, W.B generate more than 63% of the total waste water in India. Around 90 lakh cases of acute diarrheal cases have been reported mostly in U.P..Hence all the above statistics show it is the need of the hour to control the pollution thereby controlling the human...
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  • Earth Infrastructure
    property. All these factors are hugely responsible for the transition of people from Delhi to housing complexes in NCR as many colonies of Delhi faces problem of shortage of water and power failure while availability of these essential facilities are ensured in housing complexes by the respective...
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  • Project Report on Jakson Engineers Limited
    sound proof & open diesel generating sets from 2KVA to 625 KVA with KOEL (Kirloskar- Air-cooled / Water-cooled) engines coupled with Kirloskar green/KEC/Stamford/others alternators. Jakson & Company and its groups where found in 1950 with a dream and determination to bring to India world...
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  • Geo 160 Study Guide
    - poverty, unemployment, homelessness. * Challenges: environmental- congestion, water shortages, air pollution, lack of sanitary facilities * Urban inequalities- worlds first $1 billion home, 27 story tower, but 50% of the population of Mumbai earns less than $135 each month. c) Planet of...
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  • Water Industry
    Shortage and Health Awareness Driving Bottled Water Consumption in India. The Indian market is estimated at about Rs 1,000 Crore and is growing at whopping rate of 40 per cent. By the end of 2010, it will reach Rs 4,000 -5,000 Crore with 33 per cent market for natural mineral water.  According to a...
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  • Water Scenario: Past, Present and Future of Pakistan by: Muhammed Zafir Zia
    3bn people of a population of 8.5bn will suffer from water shortage by 2025. 83% of them will live in developing countries, mostly in rural areas where even today sometimes only 20% of the populations have access to a sufficient water supply. Fresh drinking water is not only a need of human beings...
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  • Team Essay
    China will be second in 2050 (Population Reference Bureau, 2001). The increase of population has been tending towards alarming situation. India is having 18 percent of the world's population on 2.4 percent of its land area has great deal of pressure on its all natural resources. Water shortages...
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  • open book test
    cultural impetus. Baldev and Budhhiraj of Barmer (Rajasthan) went to Jaipur and started driving auto rickshaws because of scorching heat, drought and acute drinking water shortage there in Barmer. Now they go back to Barmer only at the time of harvesting of crops. Migrants are pushed from their...
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  • Ecological Footprint
    generation, collection and its management; and industrial pollution (i.e. air, waste water and noise). The results show that Delhi is developing very rapidly mainly in the west, south-west and eastern sides. The study shows that a 122% increase in highly dense residential area was recorded during last...
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  • automobile industry profile
    Industry profile: India faces a desperate situation of water shortage. Its fragile and finite water resources are depleting while the demands for water from various sectors of the economy are rapidly rising. In recent years, the industrial and domestic sectors have realized this disparity in the...
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  • Market Research
    New Delhi office just after CSE had tested the country's top 10 bottled-water brands for pesticides and was pressing for tighter government regulation. The issue touched a nerve as government studies had recently reported high pesticide levels in milk, rice, and other staples, raising concerns...
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  • Essay
    vehicle) being provided by MNES. (iii) SYNCHRONIZATION OF TRAFFIC SIGNALS A study undertaken at Delhi in 1996 revealed a wastage per day of petrol and diesel of 3 lakh and 1 lakh litres respectively by vehicles while waiting for green signal at the traffic intersections, amounting to a...
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  • Kudamkulam Solution
    signed in New Delhi on June 21, 1998 by the Russian Minister for Atomic Energy, Yevgeny Adamov, and the AEC chairman, R.Chidambaram. Russia was to provide the design and supply all equipment and subsystems for the two reactors. NPCIL was to build them. The fuel for the reactors is enriched Uranium and...
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  • Electricity Demand Side Management
    ELECTRICITY DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT (DSM) IN INDIA – A STRATEGIC AND POLICY PERSPECTIVE S. PADMANABAN & ASHOK SARKAR Office of Environment, Energy and Enterprise US Agency for International Development, New Delhi, India. Overview The Indian power sector has more than tripled its...
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  • Manpower Distribution
    Skilled Migration 2 International Low-skilled Migration 9 India’s internal migration 12 The Three Dangers 15 Demographic Dividend and Talent Shortage 15 Rapid growth and Social Unrest 18 International Slowdown 19 Gains from Migration 19 Remittances 19 Brain Gain and Brain...
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