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text 2019-08-23 04:04
The proposal will be sent for a nod from the cabinet

However, the tenders were approved at a higher price of nearly rs 1 to Rs 2 lakh per solar pump.The Union government will share 40 per cent of expenditure while the state government and Mahavitaran will share 30 per cent, each, said a senior officer of the energy department.


With all of this, the scheme got a very poor response from farmers and after more than two years, only 7,000 pumps were installed. While the earlier scheme was implemented by the Mahavitaran company, this time, the state government has asked MEDA(Maharashtra Energy Development Agency) to implement the scheme.Farmers were asked to pay five per cent i.When the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power in Maharashtra in 2014, the chief minister announced that he would install five lakh solar China mine pump Factory pumps in five years, and declared a pilot project to install 10,000 pumps. Rs 15,000 to Rs 25,000 and several conditions were imposed. Farmers were asked to pay five per cent i.


The proposal will be sent for a nod from the cabinet in three to four weeks after approvals from finance and other departments, said sources.e.Once again, 7,000 solar pumps will be installed and tenders will be floated soon, power minister Chandrashekhar Bavankule told The Asian Age. Devendra Fadnavis Mumbai: Despite having installed only 7,000 of the proposed five-lakh solar pumps in five years on a pilot basis during 2014-19, the Devendra Fadnavis-led state government has once again initiated steps to install an additional 7,000 solar pumps ahead of the elections.e. Rs 15,000 to Rs 25,000 and several conditions were imposed

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text 2019-08-12 04:12
The commanders had to call the White House
President Donald Trump said he will not let Bashar al-Assad get away with using chemical weapons on his people in Syria, as mine pump Factory he slammed his predecessor Barack Obama for not taking enough action on "horrible acts against humanity" in the war-ravaged country."Had President Obama gone across that line and done what he should have done, I don’t believe you’d have Russia and I don’t believe you’d have Iran to anywhere near the extent, and maybe not at all, in Syria today," Trump told reporters at a joint news conference with visiting Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri on Tuesday."I am not a fan of Assad. I certainly think that what he’s done to that country (Syria) and to humanity is horrible.
I have been saying that for a long time. I am not somebody that will stand by and let him get away with what he tried to do," he said.In the "red line" warning of 2013, Obama responded to reports that Assad had used chemical weapons by saying he would meet further chemical weapons use with force. Later, Assad again used chemical weapons, and Obama opted to have Russia step in to remove them."He (Assad) did it a number of times when President Obama drew the red line in the sand, and then he should have crossed that red line, because some horrible acts against humanity took place, including gas and the killing through gases. That was a bad day for this country," Trump said. He said the US is having extraordinary success against the ISIS."One of the things that we have made tremendous strides at is getting rid of ISIS. We have generals that don’t like to talk, they like to do," he said. Trump said the US has made "tremendous strides" against the Islamic State terror group in Syria, Iraq and other locations. "Our military is an incredible fighting force. And as you know, I let the commanders on the ground do what they had to do," he said.The US president added that before he took charge, "
The commanders had to call the White House and speak to people that didn’t know what was happening, where they were, what locations, practically, probably never heard of the countries they were talking about or the towns."Responding to another question, Trump said he would be making his position clear on the Hezbollah clear in the next 24 hours."I’ll be making my position very clear over the next 24 hours. We’re going to see what is exactly taking place. I have meetings with some of my very expert military representatives and others. So I’ll be making that decision very shortly," he said.


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