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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 18 May, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. ‘The govt has done a lot to set the investment climate right’:\
  2. ‘West will have to pay for damage to planet’:
  3. IPPs Are Objecting to Power Supply at Variable Cost:
  4. Govt may bar multiple bids by one company in coal auctions:
  5. We got honest value of coal through auctions, says Piyush Goyal:
  6. Piyush Goyal confident of 24×7 power supply to all:×7-power-supply-to-all/articleshow/47322838.cms?
  7. Solar power to shield energy tariff fluctuations:
  8. ‘Our focus is to provide power at affordable prices’:
  9. ‘NTPC, DVC owe Rs 9,000 crores to Coal India’:
  10. Shell accused of strategy risking catastrophic climate change:
  11. Caution and optimism:
  12. Don’t ape China: Jairam Ramesh:
  13. Activists urge govt to include civil society in waste management programme:
  14. Activists call on EU to shut down £100m ‘slush fund’ for coal:
  15. Reopening of controversial Spanish mine halted over corruption allegations:


  1. Central Nod to AP Government’s Mega Industrial Clusters:
  2. Revised plan for Metro rail ready for CM:
  3. Border Infrastructure: Modi government driving strategic projects with radical changes:
  4. BJP urges Bihar govt to hand over bridge project to Centre:
  5. Kochi’s Rs 200 crore Mundamveli sewage plant may lose ADB funding:
  6. World Bank Team Unhappy Over Delay in DPR on Dams:
  7. The building of the BRICS bank:
  8. Global seminar on business opportunities:
  9. DFCC optimistic of $650-mn funding for freight corridor:
  10. World Bank-aided Govt project envisaged:
  11. IL&FS bags $1-billion funding from Industrial & Commercial Bank of China:
  12. ndia Inc saves Modi’s day in China- 27 entities seal deals:
  13. Deals worth $22 billion signed with China firms:
  14. IL&FS inks MoU with ICBC for infrastructure finance:
  15. Indian, Chinese firms sign 26 pacts worth USD 22 bn:

C.Land, Water & Forest

  1. Government to set up expert panel on Companies Act next week: Jaitley:
  2. Campbell canal bridge gets administrative sanction:
  3. Flood of new dam projects threatens world’s last wild rivers:

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