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Dubai-based Issac John named chairperson of GOPIO's Media Council

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The Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) International, an organisation of overseas Indians, has appointed Dubai-based Indian journalist Issac John Pattaniparampil as chairperson of its Global Media Council.
 
Ashok Ramsaran, president of the New York-based non-partisan, non-sectarian organisation, said the selection of Issac to head the Media Council was based primarily on his many years of service to the Indian community in the Middle East and his contribution as a prominent journalist.
 
"The Executive Council of GOPIO International in unanimously approving Issac’s  appointment  has also  considered  his vast experience and knowledge in serving in the larger Indian and multi-ethnic community as well as his commitment and interest in GOPIO and its objectives," Ramsaran said.

Missing nurse case: CBI, CFSL search in canal to find remains

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Sleuths of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) today undertook a search in the Rajiv Gandhi canal of Jalauda village where the remains of missing nurse Bhanwari Devi are believed to have been dumped after burning her body at a nearby place.

According to CBI and police sources, around three dozen divers were engaged in the search in the canal and have reportedly found some objects like two country-made pistols, some piece of bone which might be part of a skull, a chunari (saree) and a bat.
 
However, neither the investigators have so far confirmed about the findings during the search nor it has so far been ascertained whether the finds ere related to the nurse's case.
 
Meanwhile, the CBI has also taken Kailash Jakhar and Om Prakash to Jalauda for verification of spot where the body of the woman was reportedly burnt.
 
Bhanwari Devi, an auxiliary nurse midwife (ANM), has been missing since September 1. She is believed to have been abducted and later murdered.
 
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1300 delegates from 54 countries to attend Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in Jaipur

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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will inaugurate the 10th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD), the high-profile annual convention of non-resident Indians (NRIs) and persons of Indian origin (PIOs) that will be held in Jaipur from January 7-9.
 
The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Kamla Persad Bissessar, will be the Chief Guest at the event that will be attended by more than 1300 delegates from 54 countries.
 
Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi told a press conference here today that eight Ministers of Indian origin from various countries, 10 Central Ministers and an equal number of Chief Ministers and other Ministers from State Governments were expected to participate in the conference.
 
Ravi said the theme of PBD-2012 was “Global Indian-Inclusive Growth”.

Bhanwari Devi case: key suspect nabbed in Pune

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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today arrested Bishna Ram, a key suspect in the case of a missing nurse, Bhanwari Devi in Rajasthan, from Pune
 
According to sources in the agency, the suspect is believed to have disposed of the body of the controversial auxiliary nurse midwife (ANM), who has been missing since September 1.
 
Bishna Ram was on the run for many days and spotted and caught in the Maharashtra town.
 
Bishna Ram's close aide Kailash Jakhar was handed over to the agency by the police here this morning.
 
Kailash is believed to have been associated in the crime with Bishna and others. Kailash's vehicle was said to have been used in transporting Bhanwari after her "abduction" from Bilara.
 
It is believed that Kailash also knew the place in a village in Osian region where they had disposed of the nurse's body.
 
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Govt doctors in Rajasthan call off strike

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The 11-day-old strike by CAS/Medical Officers in Rajasthan was called off here late last night.  

The announcement to end the strike was made by the spokesperson of the agitating doctors' association, Dr Nasreen Bharati, after holding talks with government representatives facilitated by Energy and DIPR Minister Jitendra Singh here midnight tonight.
 
Prior to this, the state Government this evening revoked the Rajasthan Essential Services Maintenance Act(RESMA) in respect to the strike and ordered the release of doctors who were jailed in connection with the stir.
 
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Five killed in road accident in Rajasthan

 

Five youths were killed in a road accident due to dense fog in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan today.
 
According to police, the youths were killed when their jeep collided with a truck and three other vehicles in fog near Sewar on the Bharatpur-Agra road.
 
Poor visibility because of fog also halted road and rail traffic at many places in the state, reports received here said.
 
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CBI registers bribery cases against senior MES officers in Sriganganagar

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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered two separate cases of bribery against a Garrison Engineer (an officer of the rank of Major) and a Commander Works Engineer (CWE) of the Military Engineer Services (MES) at Sriganganagar in Rajasthan.
 
A press release from the CBI said the two officers had allegedly demanded and accepted bribes for clearing of bills from contractors.
 
On the basis of complaints, the CBI, after due verification, laid traps and caught the Garrison Engineer and the CWE while allegedly demanding and accepting bribes of Rs 20,000 and Rs 50,000, respectively, from the complainants.
 
According to the release, during searches at the premises of the CWE, cash worth about Rs 57.84 lakh, jewellery worth Rs 7 lakh, savings certificates of Rs 2.50 lakh and documents of a flat in Jaipur were recovered. The search at the residence of the Garrison Enginer revealed some bank accounts, which are being scrutinised. Further investigations are continuing, the release added.
 
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Rajasthan doctors' strike: 12 senior officials dismissed

The Rajasthan government has dismissed two Chief Medical and Health Officers (CMHOs) and 10 Principal Medical Officers (PMOs) for joining the ongoing strike by the state government doctors.
 
The dismissal of Dr Yudhvir Rathore, Acting CMHO Pali, Dr Dulli Chand, CMHO, Jalore and 10 PMOs in different districts, was ordered at the high-level meeting held here late last night under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot to review the situation arising out of the five-day-old strike.
 
Health Minister A A Khan, Minister of State for Health Rajkumar Sharma, Chief Secretary S Ahmad and other high officials attended the meeting.
 
Meanwhile, amid alternative arrangements with the help from the Army, BSF, ESI and private doctors/hospitals, medical services in government hospitals remained affected due to the strike.
 
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Rajasthan: 25 hurt in trailer-school bus collision near Jaipur

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At least 25 people, including 20 schoolchildren, were injured when their bus was hit by a trailer near Gopalpura bypass here late last night, police said.
 
The group of over 40 children of the DPS School were returning from a nearby resort around 2245 hrs when their bus was hit from the rear by the speeding trailer.
 
The collision was so powerful that huge pipes loaded in the trailer pierced through the bus from the backside. Rescuers, onlookers and Metro Rail project site workers had to work hard to extricate the injured.
 
The injured - 20 children, three teachers, bus driver and the conductor - were rushed to hospital where four had to be shifted to the ICU ward. 
 
The trailer driver fled after accident.
 
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Rajasthan: MLA Malkhan Singh arrested in missing nurse case

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Sitting ruling Congress MLA Malkhan Singh was arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) here last night in connection with the case of a nurse, Bhanwari Devi, who has been missing since September 1.
 
The legislator, who was evading appearance before the agency despite three summons, presented himself before the investigators yesterday evening for questioning about his links and alleged illicit relations with the missing nurse.
 
He was taken into the custody after the interrogation, official sources said.
 
Earlier in the day yesterday, the sons and other family members of the legislator from Luni Assembly constituency, assured the agency that he would appear before them for interrogation.
 
The agency sleuths today also grilled sacked Minister Mahipal Maderna's wife Lila, controversial lime kiln owner Goverdhan Chaudhary and Bhanwari Devi's minor son.
 
Malkhan's brother Parasram Bishnoi and Maderna have already been arrested by the agency in the case and presently are in judicial custody till December 24.
 
The nurse had disappeared from Bilara town near here on September 1 and has since then been untraceable. It is believed that she has been killed.
 
In an FIR lodged at Bilara police station, the nurse's husband had alleged that Maderna or his henchmen had sexually exploited, abducted and probably killed her.
 
However, Maderna and some of the key suspects now allege that the nurse was blackmailing them on the basis of a CD.
 
The nurse's husband Nat has also been arrested in the case for alleged involvement in the conspiracy.
 
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CBI files charge sheet in Rajasthan SHO murder case

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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed a supplementary charge sheet against 89 people, including a minor, in the alleged burning and murder of Phool Mohammed Khan, the then station house office at Mantown police station in Sawai Madhopur of Rajasthan.
 
The supplementary chargesheet was filed in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Sawai Madhopur against 88 persons yesterday. The charge sheet against the minor was filed in the court of Juvenile Justice Board in that town.
 
They have been accused of offences under various sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Prevention of Damage to the Public Property Act. They include the alleged burning and murder of the SHO, rioting, obstruction to the public servants in discharge of official duties,  causing injuries to public servants, damage to public property and other offences.

Noted journalist K P Menon passes away at 75 in Jaipur

Veteran journalist and former Jaipur bureau chief of United News of India (UNI) K P Menon passed away here this morning.
 
He was 75. He is survived by his wife, two daughters and a son.
 
Menon, who was unwell for some time, was admitted to a private hospital here about a week ago.
 
During his more than three decade-long career with UNI, Menon had held charge at many of the agency's centres including Jaipur, Madurai and Kochi.
 
He had also served as Editor and head of administration and marketing at the agency's head office in New Delhi for two years.
 
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot expressed grief over his death. Gehlot had called on him at the hospital four days ago to enquire about his health.
 
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L&T bags Rs 2164 crore highway six-laning project from GMR Infrastructure

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Engineering and construction major Larsen & Toubro (L&T) today said it had bagged a major order valued at Rs 2164 crore from GMR Infrastructure.
 
A press release from L&T said the order was for construction of stretches consisting of six laning of Kishangarh-Udaipur-Ahmedabad Highway. The development would be executed on EPC (engineering, procurement & construction) basis, it said.
 
The Kishangarh-Udaipur-Ahmedabad project is a mega project and part of Phase V of the National Highways Development Programme (NHDP) of the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI).
 
It is aimed at upgrading the existing four lane section of the Golden Quadrilateral to six lane.
 
The National Highway-8 (NH-8) connects the national capital, Delh, and the business capital, Mumbai.
 
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CBI arrests 13 persons in connection with Bharatpur violence

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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today said it had arrested 13 persons in cases relating to the recent violent clashes between two communities at Gopalgarh in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan.
 
The agency had, on October 11 this year, registered five cases under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) in the matter on the request of the Rajasthan government.
 
The cases relate to alleged violent clashes on September 14, 2011 between two communities, in which firearms were used and police later opened fire to quell the violence.
 
As many as 10 people were killed and more than 40 people were injured in the violence that arose out of a dispute over a piece of land.
 
A CBI press release said the agency had formed a special investigation team (SIT) to investigate the incidents. Experts from the Central Forensic Science Laboratory of the CBI have also visited the scene of the crime and collected evidence. The SIT has so far examined more than 150 witnesses.
 
The arrested accused were due to be produced today in the court of Special Magistrate, CBI Cases, Jaipur. Further investigation is continuing, the release added.
 
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Missing Rajasthan nurse: Maderna, Bishnoi sent again in judicial custody

Former Rajasthan minister Mahipal Maderna being brought to court in connection with the case of the missing Rajasthan nurse Bhanvari Devi in Jodhpur on December 9, 2011. UNI PHOTO
Former Rajasthan minister Mahipal Maderna being brought to court in connection with the case of the missing Rajasthan nurse Bhanvari Devi in Jodhpur on December 9, 2011. UNI PHOTO

A CBI Special Court today sent sacked Rajasthan Minister Mahipal Maderna and his aide Parasram Bishnoi, key suspects in the case of Bhanwari Devi, the missing auxiliary nurse midwife(ANM) in Rajasthan, in judicial custody till December 24.

The duo, arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on December 2, were produced before the court at the end of their judicial custody today. The court sent them to judicial custody again.
 
Maderna has sought permission from the court for leave to visit his native village near here to file nomination for the cooperative bank polls.
 
The CBI has summoned sitting Congress MLA Malkhan Singh Bishnoi, the brother of Parasram, for interrogation today.
 
The nurse had disappeared from Bilara town near here on September 1 and has been untraceable since then. It is believed that she has been killed.
 
In an FIR lodged by the nurse's husband at Bilara police station, he had alleged that Maderna or his henchmen had sexually exploited, abducted and probably killed her.
 
However, Maderna and some of the key suspects now allege that the nurse was blackmailing them on the basis of a CD.
 
A CD telecast by a TV news channel had reportedly showed Maderna in a compromising position with the nurse.
 
While the MLA's sibling Parasram has been arrested in the case, his sister Indra Bishnoi and wife had also interrogated by the agency.
 
Maderna was dismissed from the state Cabinet on October 16.
 
The CBI on December 8 arrested the nurse's husband because his statements did not add up.
 
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Maderna, Bishnoi's custody extended in missing nurse case

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A CBI Special Court today remanded sacked Rajasthan Minister Mahipal Maderna and his aide Parasram Bishnoi in the CBI custody for three more days in the case of a missing nurse in Rajasthan.
 
The duo, arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday last week in the case relatint to the alleged abduction and suspected murder of auxiliary nurse & midwife (ANM) Bhanwari Devi, were today produced before the court which has extended their custody for another three days.
 
The missing nurse's husband Amar Chand Nat, who was arrested by the agency yesterday in connection with the case, was also produced before the court. 
 
Nat has also been remanded into the agency's custody for five days.
 
The nurse disappeared from Bilara town near here on September 1, and has been untraceable since then. It is believed that she has been killed.
 
In an FIR lodged by the nurse's husband at Bilara police station, he had alleged that Maderna or his henchmen had sexually exploited, abducted and probably killed her.
 
However, Maderna and some of the key suspects now allege that the nurse was blackmailing them on the basis of a CD.
 
A CD telecast by a TV news channel had reportedly shown Maderna in a compromising position with the nurse. Investigations in the case by CBI has reportedly found that the woman was having illicit relation with Maderna, sitting Congress MLA Malkhan Singh Bishnoi and some others.
 
While MLA Malkhan Singh's brother Parasram has been arrested in the case, he himself, his sister Indra Bishnoi and wife were also interrogated by the CBI. Maderna was dismissed from the Cabinet on October 16. 
 
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CBI arrests husband of missing Rajasthan nurse Bhanwari Devi for non-cooperation

 

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today arrested Amar Chand, the husband of missing Rajasthan nurse Bhanwari Devi, for alleged non-cooperation in the investigations into the case.
 
Sources said Amar Chand was arrested as he had not been cooperating with the probe and had also given different versions during interrogation.
 
They said Amar Chand had allegedly tried to escape from the CBI questioning centre in Jodhpur when he was confronted with some vital questions related to the alleged abduction and suspected murder of Bhanwari Devi.
 
Bhanwari Devi, 36, an auxiliary nurse and midwife (ANM), has been missing since September 1.
 
Amar Chand had alleged that she had been abducted at the behest of then Rajasthan Minister Mahipal Maderna, who has since been sacked by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and arrested by the CBI.
 
Maderna and Congress MLA Malkhan Singh Bishnoi's brother Parasram Bishnoi have been remanded in CBI custody till December 9 by a court in Jodhpur last Saturday.
 
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14 inmates escape from Jalore Jail in Rajasthan

As many as 14 inmates escaped from the jail here after cutting open the bars of their barrack door late last night.

The inmates, who included one notorious criminal involved in a murder case, cut the bars of the barrack door with the help of a sharp blade and fled after scaling the boundary wall, police said.
 
One of the absconders was later nabbed from a nearby place in the town.
 
Five of the inmates, who fled away, were recently shifted from neighbouring Sirohi jail, the sources said, adding that investigations were on.
 
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ADB to provide $48 m loan for Reliance Power's solar photovoltaic plant in Rajasthan

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The Manila-based Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide a long-term loan of upto $ 48 million to finance Reliance Power Limited's 40 MW solar photovoltaic power plant at Dahanu in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan.
 
The project, which will be India's largest solar photovoltaic power plant, is expected to be completed by the second quarter of 2012.
 
Rajasthan has one of the highest levels of solar irradiation in India.
 
“India’s solar energy potential is one of the highest in the world and this plant will help kickstart large-scale, private-sector solar electricity generation in the country,” said Michael Barrow, Director in ADB’s Private Sector Operations Department.
 
An ADB press release said Reliance Infrastructure Limited, a leading private distribution company, will buy the electricity under a long-term power purchase agreement to fulfill its renewable purchase obligations set by India’s electricity regulators – the first time for a fully private sector transaction in solar power. The power will be distributed to households in Mumbai.
 
The plant marks Reliance Power’s first foray into solar energy and is part of the company’s plans to sharply expand its renewable energy portfolio.
 
The Export Import Bank of the United States is also providing funding for the project that is expected to cost around $ 147 million.
 
The project will support the Government of India’s push to promote environmentally sustainable energy growth while diversifying the country’s sources of energy. By supplying electricity from a clean and renewable source, India will avoid around 41,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions a year had demand been met by conventional fossil fuel-based power plants, the release said.
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According to it, the project complements other ADB initiatives in the solar sector in India, including a financing facility that provides partial credit guarantees to lenders willing to fund solar power projects of up to 25 MW. That facility is designed to help reduce risk for the private sector, and to mobilize long-term funding for solar energy development.
 
As a part of its Asia Solar Energy Initiative, ADB aims to help develop, finance and commission 3,000 MW of solar power generation capacity in its developing member countries by mid-2013, the release added.
 
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Rajasthan: Maderna taken to Delhi by CBI; aide shifted to RAC premises

 

Sacked Rajasthan Minister Mahipal Maderna, presently under the custody of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in the case of the missing nurse Bhanwari Devi case, was today shifted to New Delhi.
 
According to Bureau sources, Maderna has been taken to the national capital for further interrogation in the case. 
 
The shifting came amid reports of alleged threat to CBI officials over telephone.
 
Another key suspect in the case and Maderna's close aide Parasram Bishnoi - the brother of ruling Congresss MLA Malkhan Singh, has also been shifted from the CBI office to the RAC premises here on security grounds.

Rajasthan: Maderna, aide remanded in CBI custody till Friday

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Sacked Rajasthan Minister Mahipal Maderna and his close aide Parasram Bishnoi were today remanded in Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) custody till December 9 in the case of a missing nurse.
 
The duo was arrested by the agency last evening in the infamous Bhanwari Devi case, and today produced before the CBI Special Court which remanded them into the custody till Friday.
 
Maderna was arrested yesterday along with Parasram Bishnoi, who is the brother of the ruling Congress MLA Malkhan Singh Bishnoi.
 
Parasram's legislator brother Malkhan and their sister Indra are also expected to be re-summoned for another round of interrogation by the agency in this case which had raked up a major controversy in the desert state.

Rajasthan: CBI arrests sacked Minister Maderna in missing nurse case

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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today said it had arrested former Rajasthan Minister Mahipal Maderna in connection with the case of Bhanwari Devi, the auxiliary nurse midwife (ANM) who has been missing since September 1.

The CBI is investigating the case related to the abduction, sexual exploitation and suspected murder of the nurse.

Earlier in the day, the agency had interrogated Maderna, who was sacked by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot for his alleged involvement in the scandal, sitting Congress MLA Malkhan Singh's brother Paras Ram Bishnoi and the missing nurse's husband Amar Chand Nat.

CBI has announced a reward of Rs.10 lakh to anyone providing information leading to the recovery of the nurse. Besides, a reward of Rs.5 lakh has also been announced for credible information leading to apprehension of the absconding accused Sahiram Bishnoi.

"Further investigation is continuing to unearth the larger conspiracy so as to identify the other conspirators & perpetrators of this crime and recovery of Bhanwari Devi," a CBI press release said.

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6 killed, 25 injured in bus trailer collision in Rajasthan

At least six people were killed and 25 others injured in collision between a bus and trailer on the Bikaner-Jaisalmer highway, about 20 km from here, this morning.
 
Police sources said the bus was proceeding to Jaisalmer when it rammed into the trailer near Gangashahr at 1030 hrs.
 
Five people died on the spot, while one succumbed to his injuries later.
 
The injured were admitted at the Prince Bijoy Memorial (PBM) Hospital here where the condition of three to four was stated to be serious, the sources added.
 
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Suzlon wins Rs 470 crore contract from Coromandel Wind Energy

File photo of a wind farm in Rajasthan.
File photo of a wind farm in Rajasthan.
Wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon Energy Limited today said it had won a Rs 470 crore contract from Coromandel Wind Energy Limited (CWE), a Chennai head-quartered  independent power producer (IPP), for its maiden wind power project in Rajasthan.
 
The project will comprise of 36 units of Suzlon’s new S97 - 2.1 MW wind turbine generators and shall be commissioned in FY 2012-13, a press release from the company said.
 
Under the agreement, Suzlon will supply, set up, operate and maintain a 75.6 MW wind power project for Coromandel. The deal is valued at nearly Rs 470 crore, the release said.
 
“The company has been set up to be a preferred investment vehicle for foreign and local investors targeting the booming energy sector in India. The company plans to list on a recognized exchange either in India or London at the appropriate time and expect to achieve a market capitalization in excess of $250 million by 2014," Dr Arun Subbiah, Director, CWE said.
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"This is only the beginning of CWE’s plans to be one of India’s leading clean energy IPP and become a 1000 MW scale company in this sector. We are sure our relationship with Suzlon will be one step towards achieving this," he said.
 
Mr Anand Rengaswamy, Managing Director, CWE, said: “The clean energy IPP sector in India is in its early stages of evolution and we expect to benefit from an early mover advantage. In a time when the Indian economy is booming and the country’s power requirements are increasing, we feel that secular IPP’s can make a substantial difference in the market. We are convinced that Suzlon, the market leader in India has the capabilities, expertise, and track record to support our aspiration and business plan.”
Mr Tulsi R. Tanti, Chairman and Managing Director, Suzlon Group, said: “The order from CWE is a testimony to the IPP sector’s trust in Suzlon. We are set to lead the booming IPP market segment in India and are fully geared to serve their specific requirements through our capabilities across the wind energy value chain. We look forward to a long-term relationship with CWE.”
 
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Gehlot's chopper makes emergency landing near Pilani in Rajasthan

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A helicopter carrying Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot made an emergency landing at a place about 12 km from Pilani town in Jhunjhunu district after it developed a technical snag.
 
An official spokesman told UNI here that the Chief Minister was heading for Nyangli in Churu district to participate in some programmes.
 
However, the state helicopter developed some snag while it was flying over Pilani town.
 
Pilots Capt U K Sharma and Capt Rakesh Sharma instantly decided to go for an emergency landing and landed the chopper safely, he said.
 
"The Chief Minister is safe and has proceeded for Nyangli by road after arranging a private vehicle," the spokesman said.
 
This is the second such incident involving Mr Gehlot. Earlier, in year 1999-2000, during his previous regime, he faced a similar situation when his chopper made an emergency landing in the same area.
 
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