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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest – 22 June 2105

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Thermal plants: emission norms a blow to Tangedco:
  2. Play-safe bureaucrats delaying decisions: India Inc:
  3. NTPC puts 1,600 MW Gajmara project on back-burner:
  4. ‘Civil aviation, railways have potential for Russia-India cooperation’:
  5. Ministry to focus on enforcement mechanisms for green laws: Javadekar:
  6. Green panel defers clearance to NTPC’s plant in Madhya Pradesh:
  7. Coal production hit due to rainfall in Adilabad:
  8. Meet on NE energy sector tomorrow:
  9. Contingency plan against cyclonic storms needed: Amitav Ghosh:
  10. Coral comeback: Reefs have secret weapon against climate change:
  11. The Earth stands on the brink of its sixth mass extinction and the fault is ours:

  1. ADB threatens to close loan for sewage plant:
  2. Making company registration easy:
  3. World Bank okays $250m credit for AP disaster recovery project:
  4. World Bank aid for Cyclone mitigation in Maharashtra:
  5. BRICS bank to complement, not replace global institutions: Putin:
  6. Ice plant gets ready at harbour:

C.Land, Water and Forest

  1. Key RSS affiliates up in arms against Modi government on Land Acquisition Bill:
  2. Nine states asked to ‘immediately’ implement Forest Act:
  3. Expert panel seeks public comments on Companies Act:
  4. Mauritius to act against black money: Finance Minister Seetanah Lutchmeenaraidoo:
  5. LoA to Adani only after Aruvikkara elections:
  6. Mihir S Sharma: A corridor to the future:
  7. NDA’s play it safe approach delaying projects: Assocham:

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