TERI in the News

25 record(s) found in 'November 2005'

  • No to global warming

    30 November 2005| The Times of India

    Students from different colleges of the Delhi University recently had a brainstorming conference on global warming. The session was organized by the Canadian embassy and TERI.

  • Kerosene subsidy

    29 November 2005| The Economic Times

    There is a strong case, says TERI, for replacing all kerosene used for cooking with LPG. This would bring down the subsidy burden and also put an end to state encouragement for adulteration in the form of artificial disparities between the prices of kerosene and other petro-fuels.

  • Road to safety: Centre looks West

    28 November 2005| The Times of India

    The road transport and highways department is in the final stages of setting up of a commissionerate for safety, a regulator that will not only take policy decisions but also monitor the working of vehicle manufacturers, road constructing agencies and consumers. A committee under the cabinet secretary constituted a sub-committee headed by Mr S Sundar of TERI, which is expected to submit its recommendations by January 2006 regarding the focus of the commissionerate.

  • TERI's Green Olympia: Orissa DAV bags first prize

    26 November 2005| The Indian Express

    Students of DAV Chandrasekharpur, Orissa bagged the first prize at the seventh Green Olympiad organized by TERI.

  • Energy saving concepts should reach poor

    22 November 2005| Deccan Herald

    The concept of 'green building', where energy consumption is low, should enter in a big way in the houses of the common man, President Dr A P J Abdul Kalam said in Bangalore. Speaking at the inauguration of Bangalore International Centre (BIC), located in the 'green building' of TERI, he said there are 260 million people below the poverty line and the energy independence concept should reach them.

  • Hydrogen cars by 2020? It's all gas, says expert

    22 November 2005| DNA India

    By 2020, there will be one million hydrogen-fuelled vehicles on Indian roads. By then, the country will also have the capacity to generate 1000 MW of hydrogen-based electricity. But Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General of TERI, dismisses the picture as improbable.

  • Strengthen farm sector to fight economic inequality: Kalam

    22 November 2005| Business Standard

    The President Dr A P J Abdul Kalam said the major challenge faced by India today in the path of development "is to fight societal and economic impoverishment and inequality" of people who are below the poverty line or on the threshold of poverty line. The President was speaking at the inauguration of the BIC. Housed in the TERI complex, the BIC was conceptualized viewing the success of the IIC and IHC in New Delhi.

  • Kalam puts forward five-point agenda to increase GDP

    22 November 2005| The Hindu, Bangalore edition

    President Dr A P J Abdul Kalam has presented a five-point agenda for India to increase its GDP by 3 per cent and transform itself from a developing nation into a developed nation. Dr Kalam was speaking at the inauguration of the Bangalore International Centre, which is located on the TERI premises at Domlur in Bangalore.

  • Prez's mantra for growth: Kalam identifies five areas for development

    22 November 2005| The Economic Times

    President Dr A P J Abdul Kalam has presented a five-point agenda for India to increase its GDP by 3 per cent and transform itself from a developing nation into a developed nation. Dr Kalam was speaking at the inauguration of the Bangalore International Centre, which is located on the TERI premises at Domlur in Bangalore.

  • Youth can help tackle climate change issue

    21 November 2005| The Times of India

    Over 150 students from several colleges in Delhi discussed issues of climate change at a youth conference organized by TERI with support from the Canadian High Commission.

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