Sorry Dr. Mirza, I haven't supported your thesis or theory but in fact I rejected it -- read carefully my observations. So far there is no impact of human activity on general circulation. Localised factors are different. Even IPCC in the beginning of this year changed their argument and said 50 : 50 % chances. Please do research but don't misguide the rulers.
Dr. S. Jeevananda Reddy
It seems like a very badly implemented regulation. The idea behind it and the motive is good, but what it actually does is create more problems. Did the lawmakers actually consult with doctors and experts around the country to see if this amendment would be feasible? Surely, there is a better way to deter gender discrimination.
Well, I think the author should have considered the Supreme Court's verdict on the illegal immigration issue of Assam and the ex-Governor, SK Sinha's report.
The power crises (16-31 Aug 2012: Out of option)usually confined to summer has become common throughout the year. This reflects that the action plan for the POWER based on the needs of the people, industries, farmers, business and other areas is not matching. This lead for the present DARK DAYS with lower production, loss of earnings, and poor health care. Knowing the advantages and limitations of Thermal, Hydro, Gas / Bio gas, and Nuclear based power generation,certainly the SOLAR is the only powerful and environmentally friendly power source. This article has brought out the initiatives made to over come the power crises. The need of the hour is to encourage for the research in designing the cost and power effective systems and to transfer the same to the people through matching supports / schemes. The services of Civil Societies can be used for effective implementation with better utility in respect of power, cost and health.
The Article (16-31st Aug 2012: Powerless and lost) informative and reflects the POWER reality. This supported with the comments made on this key issue. Understanding the reality and SWOT pf Thermal, Hydro, Gas / Bio Gas and Nuclear based power generation, the need of the hour is to go for SOLAR power which is unlimited, cost effective and eco-friendly. DTE may do the needful in creating better awareness among the stakeholders, so that the present power crises can be minimized with better systems sustainable and acceptable to people as well as to the environment
Greetings. I did not find this change will be of much use. Pricing of water will be done gradually. Government may allocate some specified quantity as free to meet our basic preemptive needs. What quantity will be free and what will be prized is a million dollar question. Free electricity is the major cause of water wastage in agriculture and costing it alone can do away with wasteful water use in agriculture. No need of costing water separately.
On the other hand, our vote begging politicians are afraid even to charge for electricity to agriculture. There will be much oppositions from farmers if water is priced. Increasing water conflicts show that it is not an easy task for the government to enforce the law practically. Lets wait and see.
This is good for the Jhunjhunu district that two cement plants are comming in the district. Huge employment will generate in the area. The area will develop and the economy of the area also increase. I think people have to support the industrilization.
Kodaikanal 624 101,
C.V. Sankar, Principal Secretary of Environment: “TN has always been in the forefront of environmental conservation,” is in stark contrast to the ground reality. While G.K. Vasan is urging the Centre to force Karnataka to release water to Tamil Nadu, the authorities within the State are doing little to protect precious water resources within the State.
The swamps of the Palani Hills are the headwaters for several rivers that flow South; they also augment water to myriad rivers and streams that flow into Kanyakumari. The swamps of the Niligiris, Anamallais and the Munaaru feed only the rivers that flow West into Kerala. In the light of these geographical implications it is disheartening to see the mindless conversion of swamps to commercial establishments within these Palani hills. The authorities feign ignorance to this wanton destruction. Hotels and lodges, operating with neither licence nor pollution board certification, have earned Dindigul district the dubious distinction of being stigmatised as the Bihar of Tamil Nadu… and the rivers continue to run dry in the State.
I have heard that Husk Power Systems are also doing a good job in providing off grid power solutions to people in bihar.