More on Ummid: International l National Regional l Politics Business Religion l History l Culture l Education



We would be happy if MF Husain returns to India: PC

Abdul Kalam, Ratan Tata are India's most trusted: Survey

After SRK, Thackeray now criticises MF Husain

CBSE exams begin tomorrow, ‘Grading system’ for class 10 students

Manmohan Singh touched by Saudi gestures

Hands crippled by polio, girl writes exam with pen in mouth

Taslima says she never wrote article for Kannada newspaper

Curfew continues in riot-hit Karnataka town


Indian PM heads home after Saudi visit: Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh left for home Monday after a historic three-day visit to Saudi Arabia that saw the two countries sign 10 ....Read Full

Manmohan Singh praises 'Non-Resident Indians' in Saudi Arabia

Riot-hit Karnataka towns peaceful, curfew in Shimoga: Karnataka’s riot-hit Shimoga town was peaceful .....Read Full

4 killed in communal clashes in Madhya Pradesh township


Abdul Kalam, Ratan Tata are India's most trusted: Survey: Former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and industrialist Ratan Tata top the list of 100 most....Read Full

Manmohan Singh praises 'Non-Resident Indians' in Saudi Arabia: Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manohan Singh who is on a historic tour of Saudi Arabia ....Read Full

MF Husain should return to his 'culturally exuberant' India: A quarter century ago sitting amid designer chaos of paintings and sketches in various.....Read Full

4 killed in communal clashes in Madhya Pradesh township: Indefinite curfew has been imposed in a small township of Madhya Pradesh following communal clashes between two communities ....Read Full



Israeli police storm Jerusalem site: At least six Palestinians have reportedly been injured after Israeli police forces stormed a holy site in Jerusalem to disperse Muslim worshippers.....Read Full

Indians in country, abroad celebrate Holi with gusto: While People across the country are celebrating Holi today with enthusiasm and gaiety, Indians .....Read Full

After Bihar, Rahmani-30 to replicate its IIT JEE experience in Maharashtra: Buoyed by the cent per cent result of the first batch of his brainchild Rahmani-30  ....Read Full

Govt. to bring Women Reservation Bill in Parliament next week: The government is planning to bring the Women Reservation Bill, approved by the.....Read Full

Budget 2010: Tax-payers relieved but petrol, diesel became dearer: General Budget 2010 -11 on Friday provided considerable relief to income tax payers by....Read Full

'Muslims shall not wait for Govt. or anyone to ameliorate their conditions': "The glaring fact of Muslims backwardness & exclusion has.....Read Full


Dubai to host global eco-friendly technology exhibition

Wednesday, March 03, 2010 09:13:26 AM, IANS

Islam and Eco-Friendly Lifestyle: The earth is in danger and the lives of our coming generations are under serious threat. And it is all due to the misadventures of human beings. "Evil has become rife on the land ....Read Full

Dubai: Dubai will host an international exhibition on eco-friendly technologies in the energy sector March 9-11, WAM news agency reported.


Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has announced this at a press conference.


The 12th Water Technology, Energy and Environment Exhibition (WETEX) 2010 will be organised at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.


Companies from 23 countries will participate in the exhibition.

Saeed Mohammad Al Tayer, managing director of DEWA, said Tuesday: “Since its launch 12 years ago, WETEX has proved to be an important event on the annual calendar of companies working in the energy sector.”


WETEX 2010 will emphasise on the need to take steps to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. It will discuss the phenomenon of climate change and rising global temperatures.


The exhibition will stress reduction of carbon dioxide emissions that has increased by 40 percent globally between 1990 and 2008. It will also discuss development of “green” technologies to mitigate global warming, Al Tayer said.


He said the exhibition attracts companies that are on the lookout for new eco-friendly technologies.


WETEX will facilitate industry experts and senior management executives in the water, energy and environment sectors to explore eco-friendly technologies, renewable energy sources and wastewater reuse.


He said about 490 companies from 23 countries will participate in the three-day event.















  Bookmark and Share

Home | Top of the Page

  Comment on this article

E-mail Address:
Write here...
 Home | Contact Us | Disclaimer | Terms of Use | About Us | Feedback

Ummid Business: Advertise with us | Careers | Link Exchange is part of Awaz Multimedia & Publications providing World News, News Analysis and Feature Articles on Education, Health. Politics, Technology, Sports, Entertainment, Industry etc. The articles or the views displayed on this website are for public information and in no way describe the editorial views. The users are entitled to use this site subject to the terms and condition mentioned.