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  Announcing the action plan for power supply during summer months, Mr Jain had in March said, "We have enough backhand arrangements to meet the power demand that is expected to soar up to a historic 7,000 MW level in June this year."This year, the peak power demand crossed the 6,000 MW mark eight times, BSES said. Power demand had crossed 6,000 MW only twice (6,021 MW on May 16 and 6,001 on May 26, in 2017.In 2016 too, the peak power demand had crossed the 6,000 MW twice (6,044 on May 19 and 6,188 on May 20).The fact that the city’s power demand crossed the 6,600 MW shows the robustness of the capital’s distribution and transmission system, which has been able to measure up, the spokesperson said.The peak power demand in BSES discom BRPL areas -- South and West Delhi -- had reached 2,745 MW during the summers of 2017 and is expected to cross 2,880 MW this year.In BYPL’s areas of East and Central Delhi, the peak power demand which had reached 1,469 MW last year is expected to touch around 1,670 MW, he said.The Tata Power DDL, which supplies to north and northwest Delhi, expects peak demand to touch 1,850 MW and said it has prior arrangements of meeting up to 2,200 MW power demand.

  New Delhi: A three member panel constituted by the Gujarat government will meet stakeholders, including Tata, Adani and Essar, on Saturday in Mumbai to explore legal and commercial options for their three stressed power projects, according to a source.The committee, which has former Supreme Court Justice R K Agrawal, former RBI Deputy Governor S S Mundra and former Chairman of Central Wholesale PPR FITTING Suppliers Electricity Regulatory Commission Pramod Deo on its board, met power developers as well as officials of procurer states, including Maharashtra, Punjab, Rajasthan and Haryana yesterday.SBI Capital Markets and state-run power giant NTPC are assisting the panel to submit its report to the state government within a period of two month. The panel was set up earlier this year.The source said that the panel is still working out a solution for these developers who are struggling with high cost of imported coal for their power plants, and called a meeting on July 28, 2018 in Mumbai to explore legal and commercial options which could be taken forward to procurers.The procurers and state government officials had expressed before the panel that they would like to have options which are commercially justifiable.The source further said that the procurers also wanted to have a cap on coal prices and now the panel has asked developer to submit their view on the ceiling on the dry fuel price. According to the source, the panel has informed the developers that the procurers will not be able to take care of past losses, while lenders are flexible in dealing with the developers debt for the power plants so far.Now, the developers will have to submit their views by July 26, ahead of another round of meeting of the panel with all stakeholders on July 28, 2018.

China PPR ELBOW Suppliers facility to be located in Meghnaghat

  New Delhi: Reliance Power on Tuesday said Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved debt financing and partial risk guarantees totalling USD 583 million to develop its 750 MW power plant and LNG terminal project in Bangladesh."The Board of Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved debt financing and partial risk guarantees totalling USD 583 million (approx Rs 3,748 crore) for 750 MW LNG based combined cycle power plant and LNG Terminal project being developed by the companys subsidiaries in Bangladesh," Reliance Power said in a BSE filing.The project, which includes a power generation China PPR ELBOW Suppliers facility to be located in Meghnaghat near Dhaka and an LNG Terminal near Kutubdia Island south of Chittagong, will significantly increase power generation and improve energy infrastructure in Bangladesh, ADB said.ADBs financing package includes loans and partial risk guarantees for the power generation facility, as well as for the LNG terminal. Total project cost is approximately USD 1 billion.ADBs partnership with Reliance Power will help Bangladesh scale up its energy infrastructure to sustain and support the countrys economic growth. Said Michael Barrow, Director General of ADBs Private Sector Operations Department.ADBs role as a direct lender and guarantee provider will enable Reliance Power to mobilise much needed long-term debt financing and help attract new lenders to Bangladesh.Reliance Power in a statement said that diversifying Bangladeshs sources of energy is critical for the country as demands for natural gas have placed significant pressures on the countrys domestic gas reserves.New LNG import facilities will enable the countrys existing gas-department infrastructure to remain viable while opening the country to access natural gas from global markets, it added.The company further said that the ADBs support will help Reliance Power Ltd to develop an initial approximately 750 megawatts (MW) of gross power generation capacity and terminal facilities for LNG import. Reliance Power plans to increase its power generation capacity to around 3000 MW in Bangladesh.Energy from the power plant will be sold to the countrys electricity grid under a long-term power purchase agreement with the Bangladesh Power Development Board."Reliance Power has achieved a major and important milestone of approval of financing for its landmark project in Bangladesh. This is an important step in helping Bangladesh achieve energy security," said Venugopala Rao, the CEO of Reliance Power.Shares of the company were trading 0.27 per cent lower at Rs 36.65 on BSE this afternoon.

  There is something about men of God that lesser mortals like us ought to know. Those who claim to speak on behalf of God typically don’t rely on the Almighty to bail them out when they are in trouble. While here on earth, and in positions of power, they make sure they are plugged into other networks of power — like politicians, police officers, other senior bureaucrats, influential lawyers, business tycoons and so on.The powerful often flout the law because they know they can get away; the club of the powerful look after each other. These ties come in handy. That is the secret code of power. It applies as much to those wielding power in the religious sphere as in any other.Everyone who wields power is not a criminal. But those in power often abuse power in very many ways, as is clear from the recent slew of men who claim to speak on behalf of God getting embroiled in rape cases.Rape is about power. It has nothing to do with sex or sensuality. Religious leaders behave like any other power abuser. It is naïve to think they are a different breed. Being in the God business only gives them added protection.Take the case that has been in the news — Kerala’s nuns and an allegedly predatory bishop. The nuns have been out in the streets, protesting, waving placards that demand the arrest of a bishop who has been accused of rape by one nun. It is hard to imagine that in a state battered by severe floods just a month ago, the nuns’ protest in Kochi would gather such momentum. But with every passing day, it is becoming a bigger story, and activists and writers have shown solidarity by joining in. A group of priests have also started supporting the protest by the nuns and have demanded the arrest of the bishop, who had applied for anticipatory bail when reports last came in.

  In the eye of the storm is Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal. The protesters allege he had raped a nun several times between 2014 and 2016. It is a fast-moving story with new developments almost every day, but the critical elements follow a familiar plot.The church leadership is in the dock for not heeding the complaint. The nun filed a police complaint in June. The police is also in the dock for having gone slow for quite some time. Now, police officers have told the Kerala high court that their preliminary investigations reveal that the bishop allegedly abused his position and raped the nun on multiple occasions between 2014 and 2016. The police have quizzed the complainant and several witnesses. They claim they are not going slow, and there have been discrepancies in the various statements. At the time of writing, there has been no arrest.The matter is now in the courts. How this particular saga will end is not yet clear. But it is evident that taking on a powerful bishop is not easy.If a bishop is in the dock today, in the not too distant past, there were Guru Ram Rahim and Asaram Bapu. For years, both got away with abuse of power, including multiple rapes, and it took tremendous courage for their victims to ultimately expose them. It is good that even in a country where self-styled godmen routinely leverage the blind faith that millions reposed in them to develop cosy relations with votebank-obsessed politicians, sometimes the long arm of the law catches up. Asaram has been sentenced to life imprisonment for raping a minor girl. Last heard, he had sent a mercy plea to the Rajasthan governor, seeking reduction of the punishment on grounds of old age. In the Asaram case too, the police had come under fire for going slow. The Supreme Court pulled up the Gujarat police for delaying completion of the recording of evidence in the rape case against the self-styled preacher, now lodged in Jodhpur jail.

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