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    All India | 10-10 MW Biomethanation Plants

    A live example of 1 MW bio-gas plant in Punjab

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    All India | Canal-top Solar Power Plants

    India, a country with an ever increasing population (over 1.2 billion as per Census 2015) and need for energy is faced with the enormous challenge to produce energy with efficient utilization of available resources.

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    Gujarat | 6600 MW Chaya Mithi Virdi Nuclear Power Plant

    In 2012, US-based Westinghouse Electric Co. Llc and NPCIL signed an agreement for the construction work. The project was expected to be completed by 2022-23, over three stages. NPCIL planned to acquire 777hectares of land to build a 1,000MW nuclear project, mainly covering Jasapara and two other nearby villages. It also proposed to acquire another 100hectares to build a township for its employees.

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    Gujarat | INTERLINKING OF RIVERS – A VITAL NEED

    NEEDS FOR INTERLINKING THE RIVERS OF GUJARAT

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    Gujarat | Par-Tapi-Narmada link

    This link canal was proposed to divert surplus water of the rivers, like Par, Auranga, Ambica, Purna and Tapi, up to Vadodara branch of Narmada Command.

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    India’s Three-Stage Nuclear Power Programme

    After decades of operating pressurized heavy-water reactors (PHWR), India is finally ready to start the second stage. A 500 MW Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor (PFBR) at Kalpakkam is set to achieve criticality any day now and four more fast breeder reactors have been sanctioned, two at the same site and two elsewhere. However, experts estimate that it would take India many more FBRs and at least another four decades before it has built up a sufficient fissile material inventory to launch the third stage.

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    Maharashtra | Advanced Heavy Water Reactor, Maharashtra

    Source : Bhabha Atomic Research Center

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    Maharashtra | Damanganga- Pinjal link (As per DPR )

    Damanganga – Pinjal link project is one of the 16 link proposals of Peninsular Rivers Development Component.

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    Rajasthan | Jawai-Luni-Rann Waterway

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    Rajasthan | Parbati -Kalisindh- Chambal link

    Design and Features of Parbati-Kalisindh-Chambal link project.

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    Rajasthan | Yamuna-Rajasthan link

    The Yamuna-Rajasthan link proposal is an extension of the proposed Sarda–Yamuna Link beyond the Yamuna to provide irrigation to the drought prone areas of Haryana and Rajasthan.

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    Rajasthan-Sabarmati link

    The Rajasthan-Sabarmati link canal is an extension of the proposed Yamuna–Rajasthan Link.

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    Uttar Pradesh | Sarda-Yamuna link

    The location of the proposed Sharda-Yamuna link project covers in the states of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh in India.

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    West Bengal | 7200 MW Haripur 1-6 AES 2006 Nuclear Power Park, West Bengal

    During his visit to Russia, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had signed an agreement with the Russian government for collaboration on setting up five nuclear plants in the country, including the one at Haripur.

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    West Bengal | Ganga(Farakka)-Damodar-Subernarekha link

    The Ganga-Damodar-Subernarekha Link will join the Ganga to Subernarekha river.

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    West Bengal | Jogighopa-Tista-Farakka link (Alternative to M-S-T-G)

    India is planning to unilaterally divert water from the Brahmaputra to the Ganges by two major links entirely through Indian territory

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    West Bengal | Manas-Sankosh-Tista-Ganga (M-S-T-G) link

    Interlinking of the Brahmaputra with the Ganga, the Subernarekha and the Mahanadi is proposed to transfer waters of the Brahmaputra to benefit areas in Assam, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Orissa.

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    West Bengal | Subernarekha-Mahanadi link

    The proposed water deliveries of the peninsular links (Figure 1) start from the Northern-most link, Mahanadi, to Godavari.

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