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  • Solar power price slump casts shadow on India’s green future

    NEW DELHI: Solar power prices in India have hit rock bottom, but it is not all good news for the electricity-starved country as the phenomenon has hit investor confidence and threatens the country’s effort to push its green credentials...

    India is the headquarters of an international solar energy alliance and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is keen to reinforce the notoriously polluted country’s green credentials...

  • Pakistan Railways to introduce solar-powered traffic signalling system

    ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee on Railways was informed on Thursday that Pakistan Railways would shortly introduce a modern solar-powered traffic signalling system, under which there would be an alarm system to alert train drivers of any activity on the track within a distance of 3...

    About the handing over of the railways land in Chaman to the telecom company Etisalat and the payment of the price of land to the PR by the...

  • 'Ninth planet' may exist in solar system: US scientists

    MIAMI: A previously unknown giant planet may have been discovered lurking in the outer reaches of our solar system, US scientists announced on Wednesday...

    Nicknamed Planet Nine, the object "has a mass about 10 times that of Earth" and follows a "bizarre, highly elongated orbit in the distant solar system," said a statement by researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech)...

  • Tubewells to be converted to solar system: Zehri

    QUETTA: Chief Minister of Balochistan Sanaullah Zehri has called for early implementation of the plan to convert all tubewells of agriculture sector to solar system without any delay...

    Talking to a delegation of growers here the other day, the chief minister advised the officials concerned to take the growers and agriculturalists into confidence on progress to convert the tubewells to solar system...

  • How did an Urdu greeting reach the edge of our solar system?

    In 1977, Nasa launched a spacecraft called the ‘Voyager’, which was equipped with scientific instruments to increase our understanding of outer planets, the solar system, and the worlds beyond it...

    After 38 years of sailing through space and traveling a distance of some 19 billion kilometers, the Voyager has now exited our solar system and entered the interstellar space...

  • A solar system of one’s own

    Greater affordability and awareness have pushed solar energy into the purchasing psyche of common citizens...

    Even in 2016, grid electricity hasn’t yet reached this part of the world —a remote fishing village in District Thatta — but villagers have found a way out: solar power...

  • Habitable planet found in solar system next door

    Named Proxima b, the planet is in a “temperate” zone compatible with the presence of liquid water — a key ingredient for life...

    “We have finally succeeded in showing that a small-mass planet, most likely rocky, is orbiting the star closest to our solar system,” said co-author Julien Morin, an astrophysicist at the University of Montpellier in southern France...

  • Found: lone asteroid expelled from Solar System

    PARIS: An asteroid ejected from our infant Solar System found refuge billions of kilometres away, beyond the orbit of Neptune, where it has now been spotted, astronomers said on Wednesday...

    Its composition suggests the asteroid must have been formed in the inner Solar System, likely in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, before migrating to its outer reaches, said the team...

  • Solar power system prices go up

    KARACHI: Despite sharp increase in the price of panels, inverters, dry batteries etc due to the steep rupee devaluation, the demand for solar power systems remains robust across the country amid higher electricity tariffs...

    For example, the installation of 5kW and 10kW solar power system [panels, inverter and batteries] now costs Rs500,000 and Rs1 million, respectively, as against Rs400,000 and Rs800,000 a year ago...

  • Sewage floods Hyderabad’s roads as workers disrupt system

    HYDERABAD: Intensif­y­­ing their protest against non-payment of salaries, dues and pensions, Hyder­abad Development Authori­ty’s (HDA) workers and ret­ir­ed employees shut down sewerage pumping stations at 8am on Tuesday, causing sewage to flood different parts of the city...

    Led by HDA employees’ union (CBA), protesting workers have already been shutting down water supply installations for many hours daily since Feb 7, which has...

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