TERI in the News

16 record(s) found in 'June 2005'

  • Aiyar on mission to open energy corridor to Pakistan

    3 June 2005| Hindustan Times

    Indian Petroleum Minister Mani Shankar Aiyar embarks on the first concrete political and economic dialogue with Pakistan for opening up a corridor not only to source Iranian gas but possibly Central Asian energy supplies in the future. Ms Preety Bhandari, director of policy analysis division of TERI, feel despite the drawbacks the India-Pakistan dialogue on energy cooperation is a step in the right direction.

  • For oil, Mani visits Pak, brushes off US pressure

    3 June 2005| The Financial Express

    India's plans to export diesel and buy piped gas from Iran have been overshadowed by decades of hostility between the nuclear-armed neighbours, but a tentative peace process that began last year has revived hopes for the proposal. "The climate has improved. I am optimistic about the pipeline project," said Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General of TERI.

  • ONGC receives TERI award

    3 June 2005| Indian Express

    ONGC receives TERI award for Corporate Social Responsibility in recognition of Corporation Leadership for good corporate citizenship and sustainable initiatives amongst large Indian companies.

  • ITC's e-choupal bags TERI award

    3 June 2005| The Hindu Business Line

    ITC Ltd has won TERI's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award 2004 for its e-Choupal initiative.

  • Independent directors of Reliance Energy get wider roles

    2 June 2005| The Indian Express

    In keeping with the theme of corporate governance over the past seven months, Anil Ambani-controlled REL (Reliance Energy Ltd) has decided to accord more powers and increase the role and responsibilities of its independent directors. Dr Leena Srivastava of TERI will become REL's lead independent director who will now preside over all executive sessions of the board's independent directors, the company said in its annual communication to shareholders.

  • Shree Cement

    2 June 2005| The Telegraph

    Shree Cement has bagged the TERI Corporate Award for Environmental Excellence 2003-04. It has won the award jointly with Tata International.