Press Releases

  • Corporates get together to battle AIDS: TERI, IFC, NACO & Planning Commission organise national seminar to discuss roadmap

    5 September 2005

    Consider just three facts: One, India right now has the second largest number of HIV/AIDS cases in the world. Two, by 2010 - less than five years later - we will have 20-25 million HIV positive people, the highest estimate for any country in the world. Three, the occurrence is...

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  • Sam Pitroda emphasizes knowledge access at Darbari Seth Memorial Lecture

    6 August 2005

    The fourth Darbari Seth memorial lecture, organised by TERI, was delivered by Dr Sam Pitroda, Chairperson, National Knowledge Commission at New Delhi yesterday. The event was presided over by Dr Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman, Planning Commissions & the welcome address...

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  • TERI and International Energy Forum Secretariat (IEFS) sign MoU on energy security

    27 July 2005

    Mr Mani Shankar Aiyar, Hon'ble Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Panchayati Raj, presided over the MoU signing ceremony between The Energy and Resources Institute and the International Energy Forum Secretariat (IEFS). TERI, India's leading research and development...

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  • Mani Shankar Aiyar inaugurates TERI Centre for Research on Energy Security

    31 May 2005

    Mr Mani Shankar Aiyar, Hon'ble Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas & Panchayati Raj, today inaugurated the Centre for Research on Energy Security at The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI). The institute has been actively involved in creating awareness about the urgency of...

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  • Indian corporates felicitated for environmental excellence and CSR by Mr Kamal Nath

    27 May 2005

    The TERI Corporate Awards ceremony, an annual event on the corporate calendar since 2000, was held in Delhi today. 13 companies - chosen from among 178 applications received this year - won the prestigious awards in the categories of Environmental Excellence and Corporate Social...

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  • Gulf Research Center and TERI pledge to 'Green the Gulf'

    16 May 2005

    The Dubai-based Gulf Research Center (GRC) and TERI have come together to foster green thinking in the Gulf region under a wide-ranging co-operation agreement. The GRC Chairman, Mr Abdulaziz Sager was in Delhi to decide the details of the plan with Dr R K Pachauri, Director...

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  • TERI wins first Surinder Singh Memorial Cricket Trophy

    30 April 2005

    In a closely contested, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) defeated the Parliamentarians by 8 wickets to take home the first Surinder Singh Memorial Cricket Trophy. The trophy has been instituted in memory of the late Member of Parliament, who died tragically in a recent...

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  • TERI Celebrates Earth Day 2005: Over 1000 students from Delhi Schools participated in different programmes organised on the eve of Earth Day

    21 April 2005

    22 April 2005 would mark 35 years after the first Earth Day was celebrated with 20 million people in the US joining in a major demonstration of respect for Mother Earth and the need to protect its natural bounty. TERI as the leading research organization dealing with issues...

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  • Gulf Research Center and TERI sign MoU and initiate 'Green Gulf' project

    10 April 2005

    Dubai-based Gulf Research Center (GRC) and TERI signed a wide-ranging co-operation agreement on 10 April 2005, to foster green thinking in the region. According to GRC Chairman Sheikh Abdulaziz Sager, "The joint effort aims to promote the concept of a 'Green Gulf' that would...

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  • TERI & GTI Ventures LLC, USA partners to launch global enterprises: Collaborative approach to focus on commercialization of TERI technologies

    24 March 2005

    The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), India's leading research & development organization, has today announced a partnership with GTI Ventures LLC, USA (GTI). This collaborative approach will marry TERI's world-class technologies developed at TERI and GTI Ventures expertise...

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