TERI in the News

25 record(s) found in 'November 2005'

  • TERI for cushion against oil price spurt

    18 November 2005| The Financial Express

    Seeking a revision of the import parity pricing (IPP) formula and the tax structure for petrol and diesel, TERI said the government should devise a formula to absorb the impact of the spiraling oil prices while keeping revenue neutral.

  • TERI for review of petro product pricing formula

    18 November 2005| The Hindu Business Line

    TERI has called for revisiting the import parity pricing (IPP) formula and the tax structure for petroleum products, particularly petrol and diesel.

  • Youth debate climate issue

    18 November 2005| The Asian Age

    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.

  • Abolish subsidised fuels: transfer subsidy directly to beneficiaries

    17 November 2005| The Economic Times

    The government should move fast to end the sale of subsidised kerosene and cooking gas (LPG). Consumers, the government and the economy in general, would benefit, apart from the oil companies, according to a study by TERI.

  • TERI suggests revision of IPP formula for petrol, diesel

    17 November 2005| The Hindu Business Line

    Seeking a revision of the import parity pricing (IPP) formula and the tax structure for petrol and diesel, TERI said that the Government should devise a formula to absorb the impact of the upward spiral in oil prices while remaining revenue neutral.

  • TERI criticises fuel pricing policy

    17 November 2005| The Asian Age

    TERI has recommended a host of measures on petroleum pricing in India to the government.

  • TERI suggests revision of IPP for petrol and diesel

    17 November 2005| Vijay Times

    Seeking a revision of the import parity pricing (IPP) formula and the tax structure for petrol and diesel, TERI said that the Government should devise a formula to absorb the impact of the upward spiral in oil prices while remaining revenue neutral.

  • Companies chart highly fertile trajectory

    11 November 2005| The Economic Times

    In 2001, TERI came up with a unique technology that allows production of contaminant-free fungi in a sterile semi-synthetic media.

  • Majestic plans 1000 tonne bio-fertiliser unit

    8 November 2005| Business Standard

    Majestic Agronomics Private Ltd has set up a production facility of 1000 tonnes per annum for manufacturing Abuscular mycorrhiza, a bio-fertiliser, developed by TERI.

  • Bio-fertiliser plant goes on stream

    7 November 2005| The Tribune

    The Minister for Industries and Cooperatives, Himachal Pradesh, Mr Kuldip Kumar, inaugurated North India's first plant for mass production of Abuscular mycorrhiza, a fungal bio-fertiliser, at Una. This bio-fertiliser has been developed by TERI.

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