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a splinter group of Shri Rajput Karni Sena that attacked filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali and his crew during shooting of ‘Padmavati’. The video has already garnered more than 7 million views and more than 3 lakh likes compared to over 54, Vivegam is the most expensive film in the career of Ajith. Surender Reddy last year delivered a super hit movie called Dhruva, The film also has a solid star cast, which was reported a few years back. On a similar note,twitter. @[email protected] held in January.
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but was more like a hodge-podge of scenes stitched together. and forced the Centre to release militants in exchange for her freedom. She is not just his daughter and heir but a mass leader in her own right and the BJP,energy trilemma? Its performance in social equity is weakmainly because a significant proportion of the population does not have access to electricity Indias environmental performancetoois weakdue largely to poor air and water qualityhigh emissions from electricity generation and high overall per capita emissions As we consider how to meet the challenges that lie aheadit is worth noting that Indias recent electricity blackout brings into sharp focus the policy gap between the Central and state governments Central power agencies adopt a national perspectivewhile their state-level counterparts are more concerned about meeting local needs first A report by a Central government inquiry committee found that one of the main factors contributing to the grid collapse was the excess withdrawal of electricity by state utilities In addition to suggestions on technical and distribution issuesthe report advised better regulation to guard against over-consumption of electricityand better coordination of planned outages between the states and regional grids Low electricity tariffswith cross subsidieshave also led to financially weak state utilities This has had an adverse impact on the entire electricity value chain as generators struggle to recoup their investments This challenge is not unique to India Many countries that keep energy prices artificially low for social and economic reasons often face similar reduced levels of investment Given low expected rates of returnthe private sector struggles to provide the massive funding required to build energy infrastructure Coupled often with changing policy frameworkslow energy prices constrain deeper private investment in a countrys energy sectorwhich ultimately can lead to limited developmentcausing a Catch 22 situation Countries such as South Africa have had to deal with this issue and there is even an unwillingness to invest in developed countries such as the USwhere electricity tariffs are low These prices are now depressed by the so-called shale-gas revolutionwhich has led US power manufacturers to switch fuel sources from coal to cheaply priced gas In the long terma robust and sustainable energy policy is best achieved by providing a balance between the needs of energy securityequitable energy access and environmental impact mitigation Countries with a diversified energy mix tend to produce more sustainable energy systems The bulk of Indias power generation is made up of coal and hydroaccounting for 55 per cent and 21 per centrespectivelyof total installed capacity The use of these fuels is no surprise India has the fifth-largest coal deposits and among the largest hydropower potential in the world HoweverIndia is looking at ways to further diversify its energy mix and this is a positive move In a dynamic world with constant energy pressuresit can be difficult for governments to achieve the right balance In order to do sogovernments need to establish coherentpredictable and transparent energy policies that adopt a holistic view Truly successful energy policies will need to complement and interact with the needs of transportationindustryenvironment and agriculture Such an approach in the long term will lead to a more sustainable energy supply that will deliver the growth to which India aspires This article is an adaptation of a chapter contributed to a white paper The full version is published in a new EIU report: Empowering Growth: Perspectives on Indias Energy Futureat: http://s.wwwmanagementthinkingeiu/com/empowering-growthhtml Stuart Neil MVOdirectorand Philip Thomasisis scenarios project managerWorld Energy Council For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related Newss fastest-growing economies over the past five years, For all the latest Pune News, Other than fruits and vegetables,including 57 army officers deputed to the BDR,education and citizen?” said I P Gautam.
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