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Golden eggs in advance: In current market, Coal India share sale should go through 29.1.2015 FirstPost: Economy

The Coal India disinvestment, given buoyant market conditions, should go through, with some help from the LIC. However, to obtain the best prices, government should ideally delay the investment till there is clarity on energy pricing policies

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Adani Ports Q3 net up 29.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Adani Ports Q3 net up
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Adani Power gains as Q3 net loss narrows to Rs 429 crore 29.1.2015 Latest News
Adani Power has gained over 2.5% at Rs 51 on the BSE after the company saw its consolidated net loss narrowing to Rs 429 crore
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Sensex, Nifty trim losses; Realty stocks rally 29.1.2015 Sify Finance
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Sensex sheds nearly 200 pts in early trade; Coal India declines sharply 29.1.2015 Sify Finance
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Two women buried under heap of coal at power stn 29.1.2015 Deccan Herald - New Delhi
Two women were buried under a heap of coal when they sneaked into IP Power St tion in central Delhi to allegedly steal coal on Wednesday. According to police, Neelima, 40, and Manisha, 19, had sneaked into the power station with Vijaya Lakshmi, 25. They live with family in Anna Nagar JJ Cluster near IP Estate. It is alleged that residents of the JJ cluster often gain illegal entry into the station to steal coal. "Security guards often catch the thieves red-handed, but decide against handing them over to police for theft," said a police officer. On Wednesday, the three women had gone to the power station at around 3 pm. They planned to collect coal in polythene bags and take it back home for sale. They had done some digging inside the power station and were collecting coal from a heap. Soon it collapsed right on top of them. Neelima, Manisha and Vijaya got buried under coal and found it difficult to save themselves. The security guards heard their screams for help and came to their rescue. "The security ...
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Volatility seen ahead of F&O expiry; HDFC Bank, Coal India in focus 29.1.2015 Latest News
The early indicator SGX Nifty was down 22 points at 8,878.
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SCCL moots continuous miner technology at Padmavathi Khani 29.1.2015 Hindu: News
It carves out a niche for itself in embracing modern technologies
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Women buried under coal 29.1.2015 TOI: Delhi Times
Two women were killed and another injured after they were crushed under a pile of coal at the abandoned Indraprastha power station near IP Estate on ...
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Two crushed under coal at IP power station 29.1.2015 Hindu: Delhi
Two women were buried to death under a heap of coal at IP Power Station here when they sneaked inside allegedly to steal coal on Wednesday afternoon.According to the police, they had been re...
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Cop kin dismiss suicide 'story' 29.1.2015 The Telegraph : North East
Family members of Pearlystone Joshua Marbaniang, a Meghalaya police officer, today refused to accept the "theory" that he had committed suicide.
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Jaypee powerunit sets offdefault alarm 29.1.2015 Telegraph: Business
Jaiprakash Power Ventures has said it may default on convertible bonds worth $200 million due on February 13 as it could not generate enough revenue from its operations.
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Can India raise $6.5 billion in 60 days? | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis 29.1.2015 DNA: Bangalore
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Adani Ports Q3 net up 28.1.2015 Hindu: Home
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) on Wednesday reported 13.7 per cent jump in its consolidated net profit at Rs.512 crore for third quarter ended December 31, 2014, against Rs.450.51 c...
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10% of Coal India to go under hammer 28.1.2015 deccanherald.com
In a decision that is expected to shore up revenues to meet last year's Budget target, the government on Friday decided to sell up to 10 per cent stake in Coal India (CIL) to fetch over Rs 24,000 crore to the exchequer. The government owns close to 90 per cent in the largest coal producer is the world. The decision to restart stake sale once again just ahead of the Budget is crucial after Prime Minister Narendra Modi made an announcement two days ago in the presence of US President Barack Obama that India will meet its fiscal deficit target, a number closely looked at by investor countries and global credit rating agencies. The government also announced that it will go for a 5 per cent share sale in energy explorer ONGC to raise Rs 18,000 crore, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said. With just two months to go before the end of the current fiscal, the Centre has barely managed to garner Rs 1,751 crore through disinvestment and is looking at aggressively selling stakes in public sector firms to help meet ...
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UPDATE 2-India makes push to boost revenue as deficit deadline nears 28.1.2015 Sify Finance
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Government makes push to boost revenue as deficit deadline nears 28.1.2015 Sify Finance
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Need to ramp up power generation from green sources: Suresh Prabhu 28.1.2015 CNN-IBN: India
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Wednesday said that there is a need for increasing power generation from green sources and the government aims to have 1 lakh MW renewable power capacity in the next few years. "We really need to introduce a huge element of renewable energy and I am very happy that India has taken a lead.
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Need to ramp up power generation from green sources: Government 28.1.2015 ET: Power
Suresh Prabhu said there is a need for increasing power generation from green sources and the government aims to have 1 lakh MW renewable power capacity.
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