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One in every two Indian power plants does not meet the 100% fly ash utilisation target: CSE

One in every two Indian power plants does not meet the 100% fly ash utilisation target: CSE
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One in every two Indian power plants does not meet the 100% fly ash utilisation target: CSE

With 50 per cent of India's coal-fired thermal power plants failing to meet the December 2017 target of 100 per cent ash utilisation, it has become imperative to review and re-strategise to push the sector towards enhancing its fly ash use, finds a CSE study. The report, titled An Ashen Legacy, takes an in-depth look at the issue of fly ash mismanagement in India.

In the last decade, coal consumption and fly ash generation from coal power plants has jumped up by almost 80 per cent.

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Farm Laws Repeal, Crypto Regulation Bills On Agenda As Parliament Winter Session Begins

Farm Laws Repeal, Crypto Regulation Bills On Agenda As Parliament Winter Session Begins
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New Delhi: The Winter Session of Parliament is set to begin today on a stormy note, with the government ready to bring in a bill to repeal the three contentious farm laws.

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Muscle Ache, Scratchy Throat, Unfamiliar Symptoms: South Africa Doctor Behind 'Omicron' Alarm Says Suspected Cases Mild

Muscle Ache, Scratchy Throat, Unfamiliar Symptoms: South Africa Doctor Behind 'Omicron' Alarm Says Suspected Cases Mild
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New Delhi: As the world gets into alert mode over new Covid variant Omicron, which is believed to be more transmissible than the previous strains, a South African doctor who raised the alarm over this new variant revealed that the patients she treated had unfamiliar symptoms.


Read all the latest updates on COVID-19 here.

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