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Fuel price hike fallout: “Skipping meals to keep my auto running”

M Murugan, who has been running a small mess and a tea stall in Jafferkhanpet, a locality in Chennai, for more than 25 years is thinking of shutting down his business. “Even during the pandemic we were hopeful that things would improve, but the unprecedented hike in fuel prices has increased the price of vegetables …

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Nissan says makes breakthrough with engine in reducing CO2 emissions

TOKYO: Nissan Motor Co said on Friday it has reached a breakthrough in achieving a 50% thermal efficiency with its in-development e-POWER hybrid technology, which could lead to a further reduction of car CO2 emissions. This new thermal efficiency level would improve fuel consumption by 25% over the 40% thermal efficiency level in the upcoming …

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PSPCL engineers oppose closing of Ropar thermal units | Ludhiana News

PATIALA: PSEB Engineers’ Association criticised the move by the PSPCL management to close down the Ropar thermal plant and hand over Bathinda thermal plant and Ropar Power colony land to private players for free. Ajaypal Singh Atwal general secretary PSEBA said that Punjab government and PSPCL management is not able to safeguard the interest of …

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Surat: Faculty Development Program on trends in civil engineering to kick start today

SURAT: The one week Faculty Development Program (FDP) on ‘Recent Advances in Civil and Structural Engineering’ (RACSE – 2020) is being organised by city based Dr. S. and S. S. Ghandhy Government Engineering College’s civil engineering department and it will kick start from Monday. The program will last till 27 November. “Prof. Navin Sheth, Vice-Chancellor …

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Software engineer death: Cook from Uttar Pradesh arrested in Madurai | Madurai News

MADURAI: A 19-year-old youth from Uttar Pradesh was arrested in connection with the murder of a software engineer in Madurai city. The accused has been identified as Ram Anand Gowtham, a cook, who was hired by the deceased software engineer Kumarandoss. A police team picked him up from Madurai railway junction while he was waiting …

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Maharashtra: 10% fewer engineering seats this year as courses discontinued | Mumbai News

MUMBAI: As total seats exceed engineering aspirants year after year, managements of private institutions have been shutting colleges and discontinuing unpopular courses. With the All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) allowing colleges to start courses in emerging areas such as artificial intelligence, data sciences and blockchain technology, though, the scenario may change in the coming …

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CAT 2020: Mumbai engineer gets near-perfect 99.92 percentile | Mumbai News

MUMBAI: City-based engineer Anand Mishra has scored 99.92 percentile in the Common Admission Test (CAT) despite spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic condition that weakens muscles used for movement and requires him to wear braces to walk. Mishra (23) graduated in production engineering from VJTI in Mumbai this year and hopes to get into MBA at …

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CGPSC admit card for State Services Engineering exam released, download here

NEW DELHI: CGPSC State Engineering Service exam admit card has been issued by the Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission on its official website. Candidates who applied for the CGPSC State Engineering Service examination can visit the official website of GPSC to check and obtain the CGPSC State Service exam admit card. CGPSC State Engineering Service Examination …

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Even after 2 more rounds, half of Goa’s engineering seats vacant | Goa News

PANAJI: Nearly 550 seats in Goa’s four private engineering colleges will remain vacant this academic year, as two more admission rounds conducted by the directorate of technical education (DTE) saw no response. The vacant seats are around half the total number of engineering seats in Goa. Only one institute — the state-run Goa Engineering College, …

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