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9 February, 2015 – News Today

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Kolkata port peeved at ferrying coal via inland waterway:
  2. Coal imports fall 20% in January, snaps surging trend:
  3. Exempt imported coal from customs duty, demand private power firms:

  4. Mines Ministry extends leases of govt firms:
  5. Koradi resident moves MPCB over power plant pollution:
  6. Mahanadi Coalfields to form two SPVs:
  7. Policy reform is necessary in mining: Kameswara Rao:
  8. Indian Railways signs first bilateral PPA to cut energy costs:
  9. EU wants India to contribute to the UN Green Climate FundL:
  10. “Seagrass rehabilitation can mitigate impact of climate change:
  11. France pushes for resolution on climate deal funds:
  12. ‘Claims to cut power tariffs irrational’:
  13. Javadekar on climate change and France:
  14. Delhi government must give environment high priory: R.K. Pachauri:
  15. Climate change to blame for Australia’s record hottest year, says report:
  16. ‘India can achieve highest emission reduction in Asia’:
  17. Worries linger after nuke ‘breakthrough’:
  18. Government reveals details of Indo-US nuclear deal; victims cannot sue foreign suppliers for nuclear accident:
  19. Analysis: Last Tango for Nuclear Power?:


  1. Road ministry plans system to store details of 90,000 km of national highways:
  2. Pursue World Bank assessment report on J&K flood: NN Vohra:
  3. World Bank says Investments in water in poor nations give big benefits:
  4. Assam plan to map river basin- Govt seeks World Bank aid:
  5. BRICS to pursue Green Global Fund with World Bank cooperation:
  6. Banks in India feel squeeze of rock-bottom fees, despite big govt deals:
  7. ’12 projects to be launched by April’:
  8. ‘Stingy’ Centre Dashes AP’s Capital Dreams:
  9. India’s economy seen rising through fog of data:
  10. Fadnavis bats for Central aid, early clearances for infra projects:
  11. Building capital for infrastructure:

C.Land,Water & Forest

  1. Why easy land is no guarantee of industrial growth:
  2. Ambani brothers seek faster approval for stalled projects:
  3. Govt may approve new SEZs, extend existing ones:
  4. PM focuses on Team India, as vision of cooperative competitive federalism to take National Development Agenda ahead :

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