North-India’s first Nuclear Power Plant is coming up at a place called Gorakhpur in district Fatehabad of Haryana. The first phase of the project, comprising two units (2 x 700 MW), is expected to be completed
Chandigarh In the agrarian states of Punjab and Haryana, power cuts have been the order of the day for years. This, in turn, has affected economic development in these states. While the two states have decided to spend almost one-third of their five-year Plan for 2007-12 on power projects, they have also realised that the immediate need was to save energy. With that in mind, Punjab has tied up with a US major, Econoler International, to light the streets of municipal areas of the state.
Farmers in Haryana have been persuaded to give up growing a lucrative crop because of the harm it causes to the earth. For the past six years, Jasbir Singh had been reaping rich benefits from saathi-a
The Punjab Government is seriously perusing a nuclear power plant for the state. After the SAD-BJP government in Punjab announced a reversal from the stand taken on the issue by the previous Congress regime, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and his Cabinet colleagues have asked the Centre to build a