The Hindu Explains: From disparities between States on diseases to crimes against womenDecember 09, 2017 20:04 ISTUpdated:December 09, 2017 20:06 ISTDecember 09, 2017 20:04 ISTUpdated:December 09, 2017 20:06 ISTPlease Wait while comments are loading...
While the central and State governments have done a ‘good’ job regarding rooftop solar policies, there are some specific changes to the net metering rules and plant size specifications that can accelerate adoption, according to Cleanmax Solar. The government has set a target of 40 GW of power from rooftop solar installations by 2022, but is still very far from achieving it, with installed capacity at the moment at only 1.5 GW across the country.
What is it? A clause in the Financial Resolution and Deposit Insurance Bill 2017, introduced in Parliament in August, has created unease. The clause lays the ground for a ‘bail-in’ of failing financial institutions. Unlike a bail-out, which constitutes the injection of taxpayers’ funds to shore up finances of a financial institution, a bail-in involves the use of depositors’ funds to do the same.
FICCI has gone the other way on this. With the PM due to arrive, Vigyan Bhavan has been playing vande mataram on loop. It's a lovely song, but even it gets frying after the first fifty times. Better than the Darth Vader tune as an entry theme, though...
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