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Cheer on cheap gas prices

The big crash in the prices of crude oil and natural gas will bring humongous savings in India’s import bill. The country’s oil imports were estimated at 225 million tonnes (MT) in 2019-20 and import bill on petroleum products at $105 billion. In the coming year FY21, there can be

When Mukesh Ambani rushed to meet Jaganmohan…

AP Chief Minister Jaganmohan offering a Rajya Sabha seat to the President of Reliance Industries Group, Parimal Nathwani, appears a master-stroke. AP CM Jaganmohan Reddy has been through tough times. The state’s finances are not in great shape. His predecessor, Chandrababu Naidu, quit the NDA alliance blaming, the Centre for not

TerraPower – another Bill Gates brainwave

TerraPower will re-use the spent fuel rods with depleted Uranium-238, burnt in conventional light-water reactors. This technology, if perfected, will help the US meet all its fuel needs for the next 120 years using the existing used fuel rods! Terrapower will address the present concerns: chances for human error, long-term storage

He literally threw money down the toilet

Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is the largest private foundation in the world. The objective: to help people lead healthy and productive lives. Under the direction of Bill Gates, Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett, the foundation works in 138 countries, mostly developing and under-developed. It started

Global acclaim for HIHI

Last March, Dr Kalpana Sankar, Managing Trustee, Hand in Hand India, received the Princess Sabeeka Bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa Global Award for Women’s Empowerment from the Kingdom of Bahrain and UN Women at the UN headquarters, New York. Almost a year later, Dr Sankar was invited to the Kingdom of Bahrain

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