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Renewable energy, key to future needs: Wood
WITH abundant sunlight available across GCC countries for most of the day, they must make efforts to make maximum use of the potential to generate power, Siemens Renewable Energy Division Regional Director Adrian Wood has said. Talking to Qatar Tribune recently, Wood said that global power consumption will increase from the present 20,300 TWh to...
Egypt´s Fledgling Democracy
IN Cairo last week I found myself buying a couple of "I love Egypt" T-shirts. When a woman came up to me and, with much the same solemn pushiness as a squeegee merchant, began to paint the colours of the Egyptian flag on my hand, I did not resist. Speakers in one corner were working up a thin crowd, promising retribution for the ancien regime, justice to the masses. Indifferent to them...
Q: We´re writing this email from a high school entrepreneurship class in the United States. We would like to know what inspired you to venture into commercial space travel. At what point do you expect to turn a profit on Virgin Galactic? - Future entrepreneurs, East Greenwich High School, via and American Express OPEN Forum AA: In 1988, in the aftermath of the Soviet...
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Campaigning ends for Bengal polls

IANS KOLKATA CAMPAIGNING for West Bengal’s assembly elections ended on Sunday as the state geared up for the sixth and final phase of polling on Tuesday in the Maoist heartland comprising 14 constituencies spread across three districts.

The final round of polling includes seven seats in West Midnapore, four in Purulia and three in Bankura.

In the fray are 97 candidates, including Minister for Western Region Development Sushanta Ghosh and former backward classes welfare minister Upen Kisku.

Chhatradhar Mahato, convener of the People’s Committee Against Police Atrocities (PCAPA), a pro- Maoist tribal outfit, is contesting as an independent candidate from Jhargram constituency in West Midnapore.

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