Explaining why women candidates did not fare well, former Rajya Sabha MP and JD-U ideologue K C Tyagi points out, "Bihar remains a male-dominated state where caste equations remain dominant. Even though my party gave a large number of seats to women, the problem is they find it difficult to match the muscle and money power of male candidates." … [Read more...] about Women voters in Bihar are no longer a silent force
This problem is called “spitting” and in order to avoid it, the chimneys have to operate with low flue gas velocities. In accordance with rules issued by the United States Electric Power Research Institute, now adopted by the Indian power industry, flue gas velocities may not surpass 18.3 m/s under any condition. … [Read more...] about Big trouble for coal fired power plants?
Commenting on the recent BRICS summit hosted by Russia, Caldeira said, "The leaders discussed a range of issues, from containing the COVID-19 pandemic and rebooting the global economy, to forging a free and open trade environment." He expressed belief that the summit will further promote trade between BRICS countries and help reach more reciprocal deals. … [Read more...] about China Focus: BRICS ties spur business opportunities