ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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NEW DELHI-BHEL Out in the Cold

NEW DELHI BHEL Out in the Cold B M IT has been disclosed in the Rajya Sabha that offers of the Soviet Union and Britain to set up super thermal power stations in India had been accepted. The USSR offer, it was stated, envisaged supply of equipment to generate 1,200 MW of power but the British had offered 100 per cent assistance for setting up a super thermal power station. The Rihand power project has been tied UP with the British assistance. Similar offers with minor variations in the terms of 100 per cent financing have been received in the Energy Ministry from other sources and are now expected shortly to be accepted since policy reservations on such offers have been removed.

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