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Coal India's supply to power utilities dips 6.8% in April 2.5.2016 TOI: Calcutta Times
Kolkata, May 2 () Coal India dispatched 30.99 million tonnes of coal to power utilities in April this year, a fall of 6.8 per cent over that in the same month of 2015 which suggest a slowdown in demand for the dry fuel from the power sector.
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Core sector growth rises to 6.4% in March 2.5.2016 HBL: Industry & Economy
Electricity, refinery, cement production up; crude oil, natural gas decline
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Parliamentary panel asks coal PSUs, govt to recover dues 2.5.2016 HBL: Industry & Economy
Expressing concerns over the large amount of dues that need to be recovered by all coal PSUs, including CIL’s ₹11,032 crore, a Parliamentary Panel has asked the government as well as the state-owned ...
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Coal supply to power sector up 6 per cent 2.5.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Coal supply to power sector up 6 per cent
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CIL's April production declines 3.4 percent 2.5.2016 New Kerala: Business India
Kolkata, May 2 : Coal India Ltd (CIL) said on Monday that it posted a decline of 3.4 percent in production in April this year as compared to same month last year.
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Core sector growth up 6.4% in March 2.5.2016 All Economy & Policy Stories
Pick-up in fertiliser and cement production push up the growth
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Core sector expands by 6.4 p.c. in March, highest in 16 months 2.5.2016 Hindu: Business
It is the highest monthly growth since November 2014, when these sectors had expanded by 6.7 per cent.
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Core sector expands by 6.4 percent in March, highest in 16 months 2.5.2016 FirstPost: Bollywood

The eight core sectors expanded to 16-month high of 6.4 per cent in March due to pick-up in refinery products, fertilisers and cement production.

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The NDA Government’s Two Years 2.5.2016 Moneylife
The fact that the Modi government is depending largely on the bureaucracy for bringing in transformation does not provide much hope
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Core sectors growth up 6.4% in March 2.5.2016 News
Pick-up in fertiliser and cement production push up the growth
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Power sector may import 48MT coal in FY'17 2.5.2016 ET: Power
At the current rate of coal production of about 0.64 BT per annum, the reserves are envisaged to last for over 100 years, he said.
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Reliance Power's Sasan plant achieves 100% Plant Load Factor in April 2.5.2016 ET: Power
"Sasan Power Ltd (SPL), during the month of April 2016, achieved Plant Load Factor (PLF) of 100 per cent," Reliance Power said in a statement.
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RPower's Sasan plant achieves 100% Plant Load Factor in April 2.5.2016 News
According to the statement, this is best-in-class performance among the large-size power stations in the Indian Power Sector
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Index of Eight Core Industries (Base: 2004-05=100) March, 2016 2.5.2016 Govt of india: PIB
The summary of the Index of Eight Core Industries (base: 2004-05) is given at the Annexure.
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Innovative arrangements should be made to attract industrialists towards state 2.5.2016 Central Chronicle » Bhopal
Bhopal : Union Minister of State for Energy, New and Renewable Energy and Coal (Independent... more »
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Power sector may import 48MT coal in FY17: Piyush Goyal 2.5.2016 DNA: Money
Power sector may import 48 million tonnes of coal in the ongoing fiscal for plants which need coal from overseas market. "As per the information received from Central Electricity Authority, 48 mt (million tonnes) of coal is expected to be imported by power sector for import-based coal plants in 2016-17," Minister of State for Power and Coal Piyush Goyal said in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha. The minister further said as per the Geological Survey of India, the assessed coal resources up to a depth of 1,200 metres as on April 1, 2015, are 306.595 billion tonnes (BT), of which the proved reserves are about 132 BT or 43%. At the current rate of coal production of about 0.64 BT per annum, the reserves are envisaged to last for over 100 years, he said. India has both coking and non-coking coals. The grade of coking coal varies from steel grade I to Washery Grade IV and semi coking coal grade I to Grade II. Coking coals are graded on the basis of ash content and semi coking coal on the basis of ash plus ...
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Power sector may import 48MT coal in FY'17: Piyush Goyal 2.5.2016 All Companies Stories
The coal production in the last fiscal grew by 4.8% over 2014-15
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UJALA to go nationwide by 2019: Goyal 2.5.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
UJALA to go nationwide by 2019: Goyal
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Tata Power set to buy Welspun’s wind, solar assets valued at $1.45 billion 2.5.2016 TOI: India Business
According to sources the Tata offer has trumped the closest competing proposal from a consortium of IDFC Private Equity & Fortum by at least 15-20%.
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Australian state accused of softening on youth crime 2.5.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Australia's Victoria state has come under fire of softening its stance on youth crime, after introducing laws which make breaching bail no longer an offence for those under 18.
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