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Renzi at war over Electoral Bill like De Gasperi

In 1953 Prime Minister Alcide De Gasperi had to use a confidence vote to force through the Parliament an Electoral Bill which is still known as “the Fraud Bill” since it attributed a majority bonus amounting to no less than 65 percent of the parliamentary seats. 180 more words


India can save $7 billion per annum by use of LED bulbs: Goyal

India can save up to $7 billion (about Rs 43,750 crore) annually by replacing incandescent lamps with energy efficient LED bulbs, power minister Piyush Goyal said on Friday. 106 more words

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Policy niggles put India's solar dream under a shadow

The ministry of new and renewable energy set a target of adding 1,100 MW of solar power capacity in 2014-15. The ministry’s website puts the achievement at just 750 MW. 322 more words


Harsh Vardhan urges Indian scientists to use renewable, green material

Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister for Science and Technology, has urged scientists and technologists working on developing low cost building and structural material that they have got to bear most of the burden of implementing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of a roof above every head by 2022. 140 more words

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Autism Awareness week Campaigner calls on Government Action

Original post through pressat

‘…….National Autism Campaigner Kevin Healey is calling on the Government on World Autism Awareness week

This week is World Autism Awareness Week, over 700,000 people are now affected by Autism in the UK. 198 more words


Winston at the Well ...



Sir Winston Churchill was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. 1,186 more words


Bucharest- A Brief Meeting with the Prime Minister

I took off from Timisoara at about 5 in the morning to catch the early morning train to Bucharest. Apparently Bucharest and Budapest are two of the most commonly confused city names, so to clarify I am currently in the capital of Romania. 553 more words