New Delhi, Oct 23 (PTI) The Centre has given green clearance for the setting up of gas based ammonia urea plant at FCILs Ramagundam Fertiliser complex in Karimnagar, Telangana, with an investment of Rs 5,465 crore. This is part of the governments initiative to revive the closed units of the state run Fertilizer Corporation of India Ltd (FCIL) to augment domestic urea capacity. In January, a consortium of three state run companies FCIL, National Fertilizers Ltd (NFL) and Engineers India Ltd (EI) had formed a JV firm to set up new ammonia and urea plants at the existing site of Ramagundam Fertiliser complex.
Information provided by Texas Tech AthleticsLUBBOCK, Texas Texas Tech quarterback Nic Shimonek delivered a perfect game winning pass in the closing minutes of the 94th annual East West Shrine Game Saturday to help lead the West squad to a 14 10 victory at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.Shimonek went to his left to find Houston wide receiver Steven Dunbar for the 34 yard strike as Dunbar caught the ball over his outside shoulder and kept both feet inside the front pylon for the touchdown. The score wrapped a 10 play, 70 yard scoring drive by Shimonek and the West squad, who gave the East the ball back with just 1:22 remaining.Shimonek finished 12 of 18 overall on the day for 105 yards and the crucial touchdown.
Beforehand, students learned some factoids about the powerful computer located inside their skulls. Visiting Blue Mountain Community College science instructor Kristen Oja described the three pound human brain as most complex object in the known universe, faster than any super computer. The brain is a fragile organ with the consistency of tofu protected only by the lake of fluid in which it floats.
In each case, Obama was struggling to fix policy decisions predicated on a foreign policy doctrine with which he fundamentally disagreed. With Libya, Obama would demonstrate for the first time, through his actions, how he viewed America’s role in the world, attempting to live up to the lofty declarations he made when he had crafted his National Security Strategy a year earlier. Would “avoid acting alone” and “reject the notion that lasting security and prosperity can be found by turning away from universal rights.” Democracy, he insisted, “does not merely represent our better angels, it stands in opposition to aggression and injustice, and our support for human rights is both fundamental to American leadership and a source of our strength in the world.” It was a resounding rejection of the cowboy unilateralism and human rights be damned ethos of the Bush era.