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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 26 June, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Adani MoU for big-ticket project:
  2. Royalty: Minister non-committal:
  3. Coal mining rules for states on way:
  4. Andhra power purchase sees toned down rates:
  5. Taking China for granted:
  6. Coming, future coal linkages for the power sector:
  7. Cabinet note on CBM moved: Coal Secretary Anil Swarup:
  8. Google to convert Alabama coal plant into renewable-powered data centre:
  9. Adani walking away, or upping ante on Australian coal project?:
  10. Coal India must keep fuel price low for cheaper power: Secretary:
  11. Two units of NTPC Ramagundam power plant trip:
  12. French banks say no to Bangladesh coal plant:
  13. South Asia Fastest Growing Region in World: Report:
  14.  Barack Obama interviews David Attenborough on climate change – video:
  15. Leading health experts call on Wellcome to divest from fossil fuels:
  16. Netherlands ordered to cut greenhouse gas emissions:
  17. Biggest Coal Shipper’s Power Plan Offers Relief From Bear Market:


  1. Donors pledge billions:
  2. BRICS bank to start by April:
  3. NDB to take up projects by April: Kamath:
  4. International donors pledge US $4.4 bn to rebuild quake-hit Nepal:
  5. ADB promises USD 600 mn to help Nepal ‘build back better’ : Development Bank keen to fund Indian projects: Kamath:
  6. Pump Life into R and D:
  7. World Bank to study transport:
  8. US, China bridge some economic differences in Washington talks:

C.Land, Water & Forest

  1. High-level committee to look at more changes in Companies Act:
  2. Govt asks Ford Foundation to register under FEMA:
  3. Repromulgation of land ordinance challenged in SC:
  4. Reforms absolutely necessary in land, labour and taxation: FM Arun Jaitley:
  5. The writer who did not know fear:

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