Tata Steel BSL said on Sunday that it has been honoured by the Odisha government for taking effective initiatives to conserve energy in its plant located at Narendrapur in Odisha's Dhenkanal district.The Odisha State Energy Conservation Award 2019 award was given to the company during the National Energy Conservation Day Celebration 2019 here on Saturday, a company statement said.The award was in the category of captive power plant above 100 MW, it said.Close On behalf of the company, Saroj Kumar Banerjee, Chief of Environment, Tata Steel BSL received the award from Odisha's Energy Minister Dibya Shankar Mishra. related news Hold on to your bets! Santa Claus rally in December is on the cards Tata Steel asks LGBTQ+ employees to declare partners, avail HR benefits Metals stocks rally on possible price hike, budding US-China trade talks "We are humbled to be recognised with this prestigious award for our initiatives taken in the direction of conserving energy," Banerjee said … [Read more...] about Tata Steel BSL bags award for energy conservation
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Like it has been the case since past couple of years, OnePlus has been launching an upgraded version of the flagship smartphone at the end of each year. These upgraded smartphones, for instance, OnePlus 3T and OnePlus 5T usually are minor upgrades but still an important one for the firm to show users they are at the top of their game and are committed to bringing the latest tech available in the market, to the hands of the consumer. On that note, the firm that introduced OnePlus 6 in June is now said to bring the ‘OnePlus 6T’ later this year. Although there is no public announcement or an official confirmation by the firm, the company’s moderator may have spilled the beans a bit early. According to the website called PiunikaWeb, OnePlus’ Assistant Head Moderator has seemingly confirmed that OnePlus 6T is there in the pipeline. According to a screenshot posted by the website, the moderator is seen mentioning that “If you want to wait for 6T please do so as … [Read more...] about OnePlus 6T ‘confirmed’ on the company’s forum website
No writer is better placed than Chinua Achebe to tell the story of the Nigerian Biafran war from a cultural and political perspective. Yet, apart from an interview with Transition magazine in 1968 and a book of Biafran poems, Nigeria's most eminent novelist has kept a literary silence about the civil war in which he played a prominent role – until now. In his engrossing new memoir, There Was A Country, Achebe, now 81, finally speaks about his life during the conflict that nearly tore Nigeria apart in the late 60s. In many ways, the early part of Achebe's life mirrors the story of early Nigeria. Nicknamed "Dictionary", Achebe was a gifted Igbo student and enthusiastic reader, a member of the "Lucky Generation" of young students who rubbed shoulders at top institutions under the tutelage of Oxbridge colonials. They were effortlessly absorbed into the media, industry and civil service, serving a Nigeria driven by optimism on its way to freedom from British rule. By independence in … [Read more...] about There Was a Country: A Personal History of Biafra by Chinua Achebe – review
YOUR car could soon diagnose a problem and automatically order a part itself while driving. The latest update by Tesla even lets cars book you in for a service to get the issue repaired. Tesla motors now have the ability to self-diagnose any issues under the bonnet and automatically pre-order replacement parts. But if you think the repairs are unnecessary you can cancel the order. The latest update was uncovered by a Model 3 owner this week, after a message stating "an unexpected condition has been detected" appeared on his screen. Another message then appeared saying a replacement part had been ordered and pre-shipped to a local Tesla Service Centre.Yep, our cars can keep tabs on certain components to let you know if they need replacing and order parts ahead of your next service visit. https://t.co/FwQrjduLvH— Tesla (@Tesla) May 6, 2019 And it didn't take long for Tesla to confirm the feature. In a Twitter post, they said: "Yep, our cars can keep tabs on certain components to … [Read more...] about Tesla cars can now diagnose a problem themselves and automatically order their own parts
Twitter is nonsense. Don't take it seriously. That, in essence, is what Elon Musk and his team of lawyers argued in the defamation case won by Musk last Friday. Twitter is "infamous for invective and hyperbole," his attorneys said in legal briefs. Users "play fast and loose with facts," they said. Forums like Twitter "are not a source of facts or data upon which a reasonable person would rely." Twitter participants "expect to read opinions, not facts." Which raises the question: If Musk's Twitter account, with its 29.9 million followers, can't be taken seriously, why should anything Musk says there about Tesla, SpaceX and his other companies be believed? And for those concerned about the functioning of open and honest financial markets, how can the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission continue to consider Musk's account a legitimate channel for investor communications? READ MORE:Tesla's Elon Musk is doing naughty tweets againTesla CEO Elon Musk taunts SEC days after fraud … [Read more...] about If Elon Musk’s tweets are nonsense, why does he use them to break Tesla news?