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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 8 July, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. No achhe din for power firms yet:
  2. NTPC to finalise price bids for Pudimadaka plant:
  3. ‘Orissa Government Scuttled Coal Block Project’:
  4. ICRA warns against aggresive coal bidding, says may hurt projects:
  5. Monnet Ispat misses deadline on penalty payment:
  6. India is now world’s fastest-growing major polluter:
  7. SC notice to CBI and ED on Hindalco and Sasan UMPP:
  8. Brown coal wins a reprieve in Germany’s transition to a green future:
  9. Greg Hunt approves $1.2bn Shenhua coalmine on Liverpool Plains:
  10. India overtakes US as world’s third largest steel producer:


  1. MoU Signed for Scheme to Prepare Project Reports:
  2. MNRE to raise $2 bn from WB & ADB:
  3. IREDA launches loan scheme for rooftop solar power projects:
  4. India seeks $2 bn from World Bank, ADB for rooftop solar projects:
  5. Chandrababu Naidu meets Japanese Prime Minister in Tokyo:
  6. Government aims high, wants to be among top 30 countries in ease of doing business index:
  7. Will Complete Projects in Five Years, UP Tells World Bank:
  8. MNREGA world’s largest public works programme: World Bank:
  9. A new bank for a new era:
  10. 175,000 MW renewable power by 2022 a mission: Goyal:
  11. Angela Merkel must act now for Greece, Germany and the world:
  12. Govt mulls raising ₹15,000 cr through gold bond scheme:
  1. Land, Water & Forest
  1. Adani Ports & SEZ mulls taking over ‘major port’:
  2. NITI’s Bibek Debroy slams UN development goals, says they will drive govts ‘nuts’:
  3. Pope – Duty to protect planet, calls for ‘social justice’ on resources | Reuters:
  4. New U.N. development goals will drive nations “nuts” – Indian economist:
  5. India to roll out $20 billion food welfare plan by December:

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