Modi Inaugurates Eastern Peripheral Expressway, Vedanta To Expand Copper Plant + More Top News

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated the Eastern Peripheral which is India’s first smart green highway built at the cost of Rs 11,000 crore. The 135 km expressway will be lit by solar power besides provisions of rainwater harvesting on every 500 metres on both sides. Read more Here’s more top news of the day: 1) Despite Killing Of 13 People, Vedanta Will Not Stop Expansion Of Copper Plant In Tuticorin Despite massive protest, violence and deaths in the protest against Sterlite copper in Tuticorin, the parent company Vedanta is firm to go ahead with an expansion to double the production in the plant. The violence till now has killed 13 protesters. Read more 2) Praises Pouring In For DTC Bus Driver’s Son Who Scored 97% Marks In Boards Exams Prince Kumar, the son of a DTC bus driver and the student of a government school made his parents and school proud by scoring an impressive 97% marks in CBSE class 12th result. He scored full marks in Maths. Modi Inaugurates Eastern Peripheral Expressway, Vedanta To Expand Copper Plant + More Top News

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