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  • maharashtra plastic ban explained: advantages, alternatives

    Maharashtra plastic ban explained: Advantages, alternatives

    Maharashtra plastic ban explained: Advantages, alternatives and the way ahead As Maharashtra grapples with the plastic ban on almost all single-use plastic products, questions abound about the logistics involved.

  • maharashtra plastic ban: whopping loss of rs 15,000 crore, 3

    Maharashtra plastic ban: Whopping loss of Rs 15,000 crore, 3

    Maharashtra plastic ban: The big decision of banning plastic items in Mumbai and Maharashtra seems to be taking its toll and is reportedly impacting the industry, retail, unorganised markets and

  • maharashtra looking at alternative to plastic - the hindu

    Maharashtra looking at alternative to plastic - The Hindu

    Mumbai: Even as the state’s Environment Ministry is planning to impose a ban on plastic from Gudhi Padwa next year, it will be taken up on an experimental basis at the Mantralaya from Friday.

  • amazon india aims to eliminate single-use plastic packaging

    Amazon India aims to eliminate single-use plastic packaging

    Read more about Amazon India aims to eliminate single-use plastic packaging by June 2020 on Business Standard. Flipkart has said it has reduced its usage of single-use plastic by 25% across its packaging value chain and it aims to move towards 100% recycled plastic consumption in its supply chain by March 2021

  • air india to ban single-use plastic - the hindu

    Air India to ban single-use plastic - The Hindu

    “Air India is going to ban single-use plastic from 2nd October. In first phase it will implement in all flights of Air India Express and Alliance Air flights.

  • no imminent ‘ban’ on single-use plastic: javadekar - the hindu

    No imminent ‘ban’ on single-use plastic: Javadekar - The Hindu

    In the last month, there’s been speculation that India is looking at a ban on the use of single-use plastic from October 2 this year to coincide with the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

  • delhi: bringing about change by bidding plastic cutlery

    Delhi: Bringing about change by bidding plastic cutlery

    An organisation has to be environmentally conscious in today’s age,” he explained. With a recent agreement between European lawmakers to ban single-use plastic items and EU Parliament set to

  • ban on 101 import defence items is a step towards self

    Ban on 101 Import Defence Items is a Step Towards Self

    Rajnath Singh, defence Minister of India announced on August 9, 2020, that they have decided to ban 101 import defence items. This step has been taken to boost defence production

  • plastic products banned in 10 states, govt. to hc - the hindu

    Plastic products banned in 10 States, govt. to HC - The Hindu

    The State government on Wednesday told the High Court that at least 10 other States had already banned the use of certain types of plastic products. State Advocate-General Madhusudan R. Naik made the

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    However, these advantages held within them disadvantages. First, since a note has no intrinsic value, there was nothing to stop issuing authorities from printing more of it than they had specie to back it with. Second, because it increased the money supply, it increased inflationary pressures, a fact observed by David Hume in the 18th century

  • the future of diesel is on shaky ground | hackaday

    The Future Of Diesel Is On Shaky Ground | Hackaday

    Diesel is a fuel that has had a mixed history, with varying levels of take-up by consumers around the world. In the world of transport, diesel engines have offered better fuel economy and torque th…

  • arecanut prices skyrocket in karnataka | business standard news

    Arecanut prices skyrocket in Karnataka | Business Standard News

    Ban on sale of gutkha in plastic sachets, drop in production led to price rise. Arecanut prices are skyrocketing in Karnataka after a gap of over a decade. The prices of white arecanut (Chali variety), which went up by around 40 per cent two months ago to Rs 14,000 per quintal (100 kilograms), are now ruling at Rs 17,500 per quintal, a growth