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Surekha's (changed name) Story by shalini — last modified 2013-07-19 11:37
n Bhilai the trafficking of young girls are in full flow. On 23rd December a girl was trapped .....
Chhaya's (Changed name) Story by shalini — last modified 2013-07-19 11:38
A 14-year-old girl Chhaya from Ekta Nagar, Khursipar labour colony, Bhilai...
Ratna's (Changed name) Story by shalini — last modified 2013-07-19 11:38
A 21 year old woman named Ratna, lives at Balaji Nagar, Bhilai. Ratna’s family belongs to UP but ....
Sharda's (Changed name) Story by shalini — last modified 2013-07-19 11:39
Sharda a young girl of 17 years belonging from a rural village was living with a pimp named Tarabai at Dabrapara.....
Kiran's (Changed name) Story by shalini — last modified 2013-07-19 11:39
A (22) year old girl Kiran Yadav (Gudia) from Salekasa, Rajnandgoan had fallen l in love with a boy of that village ....
Meena's (Changed name) Story by shalini — last modified 2013-07-19 11:40
A 21 year old Meena, resides at Bacheli, Dantewada. She married her lover Rajnesh Shah in 2004 and both of them came to Supela, Bhilai ...
For potential of solar power in India: Sky is the limit by admin — last modified 2012-03-16 13:42
Growing demand of energy, the fast depletion of conventional energy sources and growing concern over the climatic changes, have increased the focus on alternative sources of energy around the world. India receives almost 300 days of sunshine every year and has a great reservoir for wind energy; therefore India being a developing country holds a great importance for such clean resources to achieve sustainable economic growth.
For potential of solar power in India: Sky is the limit by admin — last modified 2012-03-16 13:46
Growing demand of energy, the fast depletion of conventional energy sources and growing concern over the climatic changes, have increased the focus on alternative sources of energy around the world. India receives almost 300 days of sunshine every year and has a great reservoir for wind energy; therefore India being a developing country holds a great importance for such clean resources to achieve sustainable economic growth.
For potential of solar power in India: Sky is the limit by admin — last modified 2012-03-16 13:49
Growing demand of energy, the fast depletion of conventional energy sources and growing concern over the climatic changes, have increased the focus on alternative sources of energy around the world. India receives almost 300 days of sunshine every year and has a great reservoir for wind energy; therefore India being a developing country holds a great importance for such clean resources to achieve sustainable economic growth.
 
 
   
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