Energy Ministry asks CEA to compute coal intake for energy technology

The Power Ministry on Sunday directed the Central Electricity Authority of India (CEA) to compute the quantity of the coal consumed, which was procured under SHAKTI B policy mandating blending of 10 per cent by weight for the power generation from June 15 to March 31, 2023. This blended coal is equivalent to about 15 … Read more

Sri Lanka to enforce renewable power technology plan from June 1

Facing a power crisis, Sri Lankan Minister of Power and Energy, Kanchana Wijesekera on Sunday said that an accelerated renewable energy generation plan is likely to be implemented from June 1. The decision to implement the plan by taking immediate action was taken during a discussion held at the Ministry of Power and Energy after … Read more

WhatsApp improves Reactions function in new iOS replace with six emojis

After releasing the Reactions feature, Meta-owned WhatsApp is now planning to improve the function even more with a few tweaks for iOS users. With this feature, users can react with up to six emojis in any conversation, audio, photo, and more. Beta version 22.12.0.70 of WhatsApp for iOS brings detailed Reactions information. This tweak is … Read more

Waste to useful resource: Corporations glance to take on rubbish dumping downside

No city wants to be known as the site of a garbage mountain. But that’s precisely what greets anyone coming into Delhi from the north: a 50-acre-wide and 60-metre-high towering garbage dump. Over a month since a fire broke out here, this giant landfill, which is barely 12 meters short of the height of Qutub … Read more

Tech giants Apple, Google face polling over abortion accumulating knowledge

A group of US senators have urged the tech giants Apple and Google to prohibit the apps in their app stores from collecting data that could be used to identify women seeking abortions, media reports say. The letter, signed by five Democratic and independent senators, comes in the wake of a leaked draft of an … Read more

Bringing up misuse, UIDAI suggests sharing masked Aadhaar as an alternative of photocopies

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has warned the people not to share photocopies of Aadhaar with any organizations citing its misuse. The authority has suggested the use of masked Aadhaar which displays only the last 4 digits of your Aadhaar number that can be downloaded from UIDAI’s official website https://myaadhaar.uidai.gov.in. The existence of … Read more

Indian startups persevered to create price, wealth all the way through pandemic: PM Modi

Noting that the number of unicorns in India has reached the 100-mark, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that even during the Covid pandemic, India’s startups continued to create wealth and value. In his monthly ‘Mann ki Baat’ radio broadcast, he said that on the fifth of this month the number of unicorns in … Read more

Source of revenue of 94.11% registered casual staff at Rs 10,000 or underneath

Over 94 per cent of 27.69 crore informal sector workers registered on the e-Shram portal have a monthly income of Rs 10,000 or below and over 74 per cent of the enrolled workforce belongs to scheduled castes (SC), scheduled tribes (SC) and other backward classes (OBC), according to the latest data. The proportion of informal … Read more

Deontay Wilder is open for industry and stays certainly one of boxing’s freshest sights in his post-Tyson Fury bankruptcy | boxing information

Boxing prides itself on its sweet science. With its feint feints, its rattle-blind-finish jab melees, its ring IQ, its southpaw-orthodox alternating, its reliance on tempering ferocity with discipline. Fascination and fandom surrounding Oleksandr Usyk and Tyson Fury stems partly from their mastery of such, some of which Anthony Joshua strived and struggled to mirror in … Read more

First All-Feminine Rideshare Trade in Mississippi Introduced | Mississippi Information

By HOWARD BALLOU, WLBT-TV JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Troublesome incidents involving women rideshare passengers and drivers have increased enough to prompt an entrepreneur in Mississippi’s capital to come up with a new business. It’s a ride share service literally just for ladies that she hopes will mean safer transportation for women and she said it’s … Read more