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Sensex up nearly 450 pts as buying continues 18.9.2014 Sify Finance
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Power Ministry Takes Several Measures to Restore Transmission Lines & Distribution System in Flood Hit J&K 18.9.2014 Govt of india: PIB
The Ministry of Power has taken a slew of measures to restore the heavily damaged power transmission lines & distribution system in flood hit areas of Jammu & Kashmir .
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Swavalamban pension scheme: Govt targets 80 lakh subscribers by FY15 18.9.2014 HBL: Home
Government is targeting about 80 lakh subscribers under its Swavalambam pension scheme, a part of the ambitious financial inclusion Jan-Dhan Yojana, by the end of this fiscal year, the PFRDA Chair...
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Stop shooting the messenger, address malice of scams: Vinod Rai to Congress 18.9.2014 Zee News : India National
Former Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India Vinod Rai launched his much-awaited book "Not Just an Accountant" at the India Habitat Centre here on Wednesday evening.
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Talks fail, NLC workers to intensify stir 18.9.2014 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
As many as 500 contract workmen were secured by the police when they went to block trains at the Mandarakuppam station
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‘Diverting carbon fund to Ganga clean-up illegal’ 18.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
‘Diverting carbon fund to Ganga clean-up illegal’
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NLC-Workers Talks Fail, 500 Held for Rail-roko Bid 18.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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‘Diverting carbon fund to Ganga clean-up illegal’ 18.9.2014 Kolkata News, Kolkata City News | Cities News - Times of India
Kolkata: Joyashree Roy, a key member of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), has flayed the Narendra Modi government's attempt to divert funds meant for cleaning the energy sector into the Ganga rejuvenation plan. “The proposal is ridiculous, politically flawed and illegal,” Roy told TOI on the sidelines of a climate change conference organized by CII.Climate experts and green activists like Rita Pandey and Nandita Mongia of National Institute of Public Finance and Policy have also expressed reservations about the ...
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Coal Ministry nixes plan to hive off CIL’s mine design arm 17.9.2014 HBL: Home

The Coal Ministry on Wednesday turned down a proposal by an expert panel to hive off Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Ltd (CMPDI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Coal India Ltd (C...

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Coal scam: Court to hear case against two public servants 17.9.2014 FirstPost: India

The matter was fixed for October 1 after CBI said it required time to examine as to which of the alleged offences against the two remaining accused, who were public servants, should sustain and what evidence was to be led now.

The post Coal scam: Court to hear case against two public servants appeared first on Firstpost.

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GVK's Australian partner seeks more time for investment 17.9.2014 News
GVK's Australian partner Aurizon has decided to postpone its commitment to the coal mine development project till early next year thus delaying the project's timeline by two years as coal prices falling - making it unviable to mine coal in the near ...
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A.P. gets a power boost from Centre 17.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
A.P. gets a power boost from Centre
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Power outages continue in LA amidst rising temperature 17.9.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Los Angeles, Sept 17: While India continues to grapple with power crisis and coal shortage, in Los Angeles many are struggling without power since Tuesday. Power outage began on Monday night after Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers
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Coal stock position at thermal plants likely to stabilise soon 17.9.2014 Asian Age: Business
Land acquisition problems and bottlenecks in coal transportation will also be improved New Delhi: The critical coal stock position at thermal power plants across the country is likely to stabilise after about a month. According to an official, the coal production at the mines of Eastern Coalfields Ltd (ECL), Bharat Coking Coal Ltd (BCCL) and Central Coalfields Ltd (CCL) is likely to improve only post the festive season. "The festive season in the eastern part of the country is mainly a lean period, when these companies-ECL, BCCL, and CCL are short-staffed," the official said, adding that the stock situation at the mines is likely to come under control from mid-October onwards. Land acquisition problems, delays in getting environment and forest clearances and bottlenecks in coal transportation through railways have time and again affected fuel stocks at thermal power stations. According to latest Central Electricity Authority (CEA) data (September 14), 53 thermal plants have less than seven days of coal ...
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Linkage Committee to meet next week to review the status of existing coal linkages 17.9.2014 ET: Power
An inter-ministerial panel will review the status of existing coal linkages to the power sector and the agenda will be intimated.
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Inter-ministerial panel on coal linkages to meet next week 17.9.2014 All Economy & Policy Stories
An inter-ministerial panel will review the status of existing coal linkages to the power sector.
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Coal stock position at thermal plants to improve in a month 17.9.2014 ET: Power
According to latest Central Electricity Authority (CEA) data (September 14), 53 thermal plants have less than seven days of coal stocks at their disposal.
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'Improper use of clean energy fund weakening India' 17.9.2014 New Kerala: India News
Kolkata, Sep 17 : India's leveraging strength in climate finance will be "weakened" globally after the central government's failure to properly plan state-wise sharing of revenue generated from the coal cess-driven National Clean Energy Fund (NCEF), an expert said.
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Coal stock position at thermal plants to improve in a month 17.9.2014 News
The critical coal stock position at thermal power plants across the country is likely to stabilise after about a month.
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Coal stock position at thermal plants likely to stabilise soon 17.9.2014 Asian Age: Business
Land acquisition problems and bottlenecks in coal transportation will also be improved New Delhi: The critical coal stock position at thermal power plants across the country is likely to stabilise after about a month. According to an official, the coal production at the mines of Eastern Coalfields Ltd (ECL), Bharat Coking Coal Ltd (BCCL) and Central Coalfields Ltd (CCL) is likely to improve only post the festive season. "The festive season in the eastern part of the country is mainly a lean period, when these companies-ECL, BCCL, and CCL are short-staffed," the official said, adding that the stock situation at the mines is likely to come under control from mid-October onwards. Land acquisition problems, delays in getting environment and forest clearances and bottlenecks in coal transportation through railways have time and again affected fuel stocks at thermal power stations. According to latest Central Electricity Authority (CEA) data (September 14), 53 thermal plants have less than seven days of coal ...
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