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Nov 21, 2018
Climate change could cause oceans, forest to give out more carbon than they take itThe forests, oceans are natural carbon sinks that can suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.
Jul 14, 2014
Govt will change laws to allow cars running on bio-fuels: GadkariGovernment will make changes in law and bring it on par with international standards to enable cars, especially those running on bio-fuels, said Gadkari.
Oct 23, 2012
Scientists use solar enegery to create electricity, fuelsThe new technology mimics photosynthesis by combining sunlight and water in such a way that promises storable fuels.
Jun 19, 2012
Guess who's smiling at govt's flawed fuel pricing policy?No it is not the state-run oil marketing companies who were supposed to be the actual beneficiaries of the rise in petrol prices!
Jun 12, 2012
Another petrol price cut in the offing?The government's attempt is to offset a price increase by a price cut, at a time when analysts and investors are prodding the government for bolder steps to contain ever widening fiscal and current account deficits.
May 07, 2012
Industry urges govt to end monopoly of Coal IndiaStating that the country's energy security is under threat, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) today said the Government should take steps to end the monopoly of Coal India and allow private players in coal mining.
May 02, 2012
Will pig poo power China's energy appetite?China's love of pork presents a mountain of a problem for the environment, 1.4 million tonnes of pig poo a year to be precise, but an Australian company believes it has part of the answer.
Apr 02, 2012
CAG draft on coal block allocation 'illogical': JaiswalCoal Minister Sriprakash Jaiswal said that CAG report was "baseless", especially because when the blocks were given to the private and public sector companies for their captive usage, there was not much demand for coal.
Mar 21, 2012
India solving Pakistan's gas problem?Unlike India, Pakistan has till now not built a LNG import terminal and so buying gas from GAIL pipeline may make economic sense. Gas supply in Pakistan at around 5.497 bcfd in the year to June 30, 2012 is short of demand by 2.458 bcfd.
Mar 01, 2012
Budget 2012: Why Maruti will be worst-hit by a diesel car taxMaruti Suzuki, the country's largest car maker, could be one of the worst affected as it derives about 30 percent of its revenues from diesel vehicles.