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DistroTV adds 120 new channels across various categories

DistroTV, the nation’s largest, independent, free, ad-supported streaming TV (FAST) platform, announced it has added 120 new channels to expand its core content categories, across news, media & entertainment, sports, and lifestyle. This in addition to growing its multicultural content line-up, to include new channel offerings to cater to English, Southeast Asian / Indian, and […]

Mining company reveals results of Kirkcudbrightshire surveys

The company prospecting for valuable and rare metals in Kirkcudbrightshire has announced its first survey findings. Walkabout Resources says assay results from Blackcraig indicate “high grade” deposits requiring further exploration. The firm surveyed the former lead mining area close to Kirroughtree visitor centre for a year up to this spring. Now it wants to confirm […]

Qatar Energy to cut emissions as methane movement grows, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

Dubai: The state-owned oil and gas company Qatar Energy said Monday it is joining a new industry-led initiative to reduce nearly all methane emissions from operations by 2030. It comes as part of a broader global push to tackle emissions from methane, or natural gas, which is the second most polluting climate-changing gas after carbon […]

How the Ukraine war is adding to the bottlenecks at SA’s ports

Andrew Pike, the head of Bowman’s Ports, Transport and Logistics sector, speaks to Refilwe Moloto about how the war in Ukraine is impacting our ports and hampering operations. Billions of rands are being lost in the exports industry due to the Ukraine war. Logistical problems at global ports are causing bottlenecks at SA ports. Payment […]

Japan tells millions to save electricity as record heat wave strains power supply

The government urged citizens in the capital to turn off lights and power switches for three hours in the afternoon and to use air conditioning “appropriately,” as the country struggles with growing power shortages. The request comes despite experts warning that record-setting temperatures could continue for weeks. “Please save as much power as possible, such […]

Railways must adapt to how we live now

Credit – Shutterstock Covid has changed much of our lives, including how we use the UK rail system – for example, the purpose of journeys and the days of the week we travel are different from what they were before March 2020. However, some of the system’s pressures remain the same. Take, for instance, the […]

NAA finds Indiabulls Real Estate, Lóreal India guilty of profiteering

NAA finds Indiabulls Real Estate, Lóreal India guilty of profiteering Top We use cookies for analytics, advertising and to improve our site. You agree to our use of cookies by continuing to use our site. To know more, see our Cookie Policy and Cookie Settings.Ok Source link

Masdar begins development of 1 GW solar power project in Iraq

Highlights : Masdar will be developing these solar projects in the four governorates of Iraq. The present 1GW solar power project bagged by Masdar is a part of three solar power projects that the Iraq government agreed to last year with RE developers. All three will have a combined capacity of 2.75 MW. The renewable […]

Asian investors put faith in low-yielding bricks and mortar retail

A long way down the coast at Bittern on the Mornington Peninsula, mainland Chinese investors struck the lowest yield yet – 4.08 per cent – for an IGA-anchored neighbourhood mall, after buying the Bitternfields Shopping Centre for about $12 million. The centre, which last sold for $6.3 million in 2015, includes a small format IGA […]

Karnataka: No road widening inside Bandipur Tiger Reserve, Gundlupet MLA clarifies

Gundlupet MLA C S Niranjan Kumar clarified on Tuesday that his letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting for the widening of National Highway 766 was limited to the stretch that falls outside the Bandipur Tiger Reserve. The MLA, in a letter dated June 20, had requested the PM’s intervention to not only widen NH […]