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Malaysia’s former first lady goes on trial for corruption

Rosmah Mansor, notorious for making overseas shopping trips and owning vast collections of handbags and jewellery, became a lightning rod for public anger as the government of prime minister Najib Razak was engulfed by corruption allegations.
Malaysia’s former first lady, who allegedly bankrolled a luxurious lifestyle with kickbacks and stolen public money, went on trial Wednesday(Reuters)
Malaysia’s former first lady, who allegedly bankrolled a luxurious lifestyle with kickbacks and stolen public money, went on trial Wednesday(Reuters)
Updated on Feb 05, 2020 11:57 AM IST
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Kuala Lumpur | By Agence France-Presse

NTPC to increase capacity of underutilised natural gas-fired power generators

India has an ambitious goal of installing 175 gigawatts of renewable energy by 2022, or a little more than the country’s current peak demand, as part of its Paris climate pledge to cut carbon emissions.
Gas-fired power plants can play a role balancing the grid by maintaining uninterrupted electricity supply, especially when solar-fired generation peters out in the evenings and coal plants take time to ramp up.(AFP/Picture for representation)
Gas-fired power plants can play a role balancing the grid by maintaining uninterrupted electricity supply, especially when solar-fired generation peters out in the evenings and coal plants take time to ramp up.(AFP/Picture for representation)
Published on Aug 16, 2018 05:10 PM IST
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Bloomberg, New Delhi | By Anindya Upadhyay

12-year-old Mumbai boy convinces father to go full solar

After installing four sets of solar panels on the roofs of his houses, a businessman reduced his electricity bill by 34%
Mehul Mehta was convinced by his son Maanav to install solar panels on his four bungalows in Madh Island.(HT Photo)
Mehul Mehta was convinced by his son Maanav to install solar panels on his four bungalows in Madh Island.(HT Photo)
Updated on Jun 18, 2018 12:48 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | By Badri Chatterjee, Mumbai

Ray of hope: India’s solar dreams are big and bright. Are they realistic?

We’re racing forward on the solar-power front, building parks set to be among the biggest in the world. Can we keep up with our targets? A look at India’s turn towards the sun
In Diu, large swathes of government land have been used to build solar parks. India is building 38 parks across 23 states to meet an ambitious target of generating 100 gigawatts of solar power by 2022.(Satyabrata Tripathy/HT Photo)
In Diu, large swathes of government land have been used to build solar parks. India is building 38 parks across 23 states to meet an ambitious target of generating 100 gigawatts of solar power by 2022.(Satyabrata Tripathy/HT Photo)
Updated on May 27, 2018 07:29 AM IST
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Hindustan Times | By Rachel Lopez
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