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Syriza returns to Power in Greek general election

September 21, 2015

Greece’s leftwing leader Alexis Tsipras has emerged triumphant from a snap general election after securing a dramatic victory over his conservative rival, despite a turbulent first term in office.

Up to 90,000 Lost Power in San Diego After Shed Load

September 21, 2015

Some sort of fluctuation in the statewide power grid resulted in an order to San Diego’s electric utility to reduce power consumption, and up to 90,000 San Diego Gas & Electric customer accounts lost power Sunday afternoon.

Military seizes Power in Burkina Faso

September 18, 2015

Heavily armed troops crushed protests in Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou after a former spy chief seized power in a military coup on Thursday, derailing a democratic transition that had inspired many in Africa.

Carrot & stick approach for sick Power discoms

September 18, 2015

The Centre has come up with a slew of carrot and stick measures to push sick state power distribution companies (discoms) towards financial and technical restructuring. Instead of giving financial backing, it is likely to cut central funds if these companies fail to cut losses and carry out the restructuring suggested by it.

Power to the people: the mighty, yet affordable JDS Element desktop headphone amp

September 17, 2015

The JDS Labs Element's big draw is big power, which comes in handy if you have a set of power-hungry planar-magnetic headphones. Then again, a headphone amp that can put out more than 1 watt can work its magic on any full-size headphone.

More than 7,000 were without Power

September 17, 2015

More than 7,000 customers in Broome County were without power this evening, said New York State Electric & Gas Corp. officials.

California Officials Probe Whether PG&E Power Line Ignited Wildfire

September 17, 2015

California fire officials say they are investigating the possibility that a PG&E Corp. power line ignited a wildfire in the Sierra Nevada foothills southeast of Sacramento last week that has burned 71,600 acres, destroyed at least 233 homes and killed two people.

EDF: Low Power price irrelevant to Hinkley Point nuclear deal

September 16, 2015

Current low electricity prices are irrelevant when judging whether the proposed Hinkley Point nuclear power plant is a good deal, EDF has claimed.

BMWs latest 3 Series gets plug-in hybrid eDrive Power

September 16, 2015

BMW may have unveiled the updated version of its bread-and-butter 3 Series sedan back in May, but only now is it showing what is almost certainly the model's most technologically advanced model, the 330e.

Power Cuts Prompt Palestinians to Take to Gaza Streets in Largest Protests in Years

September 15, 2015

Several hundred Palestinians demonstrated in central Gaza on Monday evening over increasing power cuts, the latest in a series of protests that appear to have erupted over the issue.

Talks to save Power sharing in Northern Ireland get under way

September 15, 2015

Emergency talks aimed at saving Northern Ireland’s power-sharing government from collapsing have begun with a warning from Sinn Féin that there should be no preconditions set on the negotiations.

Jeremy Corbyns politics of hope can seize Power from the elite

September 15, 2015

Thus far, you get to pick one of two responses to Jeremy Corbyn. The first is that he’s an ideological throwback, clubbing together with his “union pals” to form a “Trotskyist tribute act” that will drive Labour off a cliff. Alternatively, he represents a “new politics”, armed with a set of policies to enthuse the apathetic and combat austerity. Dichotomies don’t come much starker: the new leader of Britain’s left is either delusional or a saviour.

Australian PM Tony Abbott ousted from Power, loses party leadership vote to Malcolm Turnbull

September 15, 2015

Australia's beleaguered prime minister was ousted from power in an internal party ballot on Monday as the ruling conservative party attempts to win back a disenchanted public by replacing the nation's polarising, gaffe-prone leader with his more moderate rival.

GCDA to Power Abdul Kalam Marg With Solar Energy

September 14, 2015

To promote green energy, the Greater Cochin Development Authority(GCDA) has decided to power Marine Drive Walkway now known as Dr Abdul Kalam Marg with solar energy. The project would be implemented with technological assistance of Switzerland-based PVT Power Company.

Harnessed solar energy may Power our homes in the future

September 14, 2015

If everyone on earth lived the lifestyle we lead in Hong Kong, humanity would need 2.6 earths to sustain our resource needs, according to WWF estimates.  The sun provides enough energy every hour to power the earth for a whole year. The trick is how to harness it.

Power poser for state govt - 3 MoUs implemented since 2006

September 14, 2015

The state government yesterday announced power cuts till June next year to cope with energy shortage. The Opposition, however, has accused the government of failing to tap captive power from plants set up by various industrial units.

Solar-Power Sharing Programs May Be Poised to Take Off

September 14, 2015

Many consumers would like to switch to solar power but can’t. It could be their homes have too much shade or their roofs can’t accommodate solar panels, or perhaps they live in a condominium or apartment building.

50 Cent’s Power Just Got Him Another Massive Lawsuit

September 11, 2015

The rapper, who filed for bankruptcy earlier this year, is being sued by Larry Johnson, a writer who says “Power” is based on his “Tribulations of a Ghetto Kid” manuscript. According to TMZ, Johnson claims he sent the script to G-Unit Books’ Nikki Turner in 2005. He believes Turner shared the script with Fif.“Power” debuted on Starz in 2014.

Northern Ireland Power sharing edges closer to collapse

September 11, 2015

Power sharing and devolution in Northern Ireland is edging closer to collapse as the main unionist party prepare to pull its ministers out of the regional government.

Duke Energy to Pay Fine Over Power Plant Violations

September 11, 2015

Duke Energy, the nation’s largest electric utility, agreed on Thursday to pay nearly $5.4 million to settle a 15-year legal battle with federal regulators over whether its power plants skirted Clean Air Act regulations in the 1990s.


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