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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 21 July, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Around 12,000 employees at Neyveli Lignite go on indefinite strike:
  2. Centre moves SC; adamant not to allot Utkal coal block to JSPL:
  3. Centre hits West Bengal with Rs 3,000 cr demand and contempt plea:
  4. Increased coal production helps meet PM’s power promise:
  5. Software solution for power plants to reduce carbon footprint:
  6. G20 meeting on climate finance to help India clear stance:
  7. India’s clean energy targets way ahead of others: UN official:
  8. India-US are stronger when together, collaboration can have big impact on global peace: Envoys:
  9. China to be world’s third largest n-generating country:
  10. Climate scientists say 2015 on track to be warmest year on record:
  11. Biggest Coal Polluters Dominate Emissions:
  12. 12 lakh power employees, engineers threaten to go on strike over electricity amendment bill:
  13. Maha govt plans to retire high cost debt of Rs 54,000 cr of three power companies:
  14. First Pilot Auction to Capture Methane a Success:
  15. New clash with Big Coal set as Obama proposes curbs on water pollution:


  1. “BRICS” bank launches in Shanghai, to work with AIIB:
  2. KV Kamath-led BRICS bank is now open for business:

C.Land, Forest & Water

  1. Odisha in damage control mode: Charting the twists and turns in Posco $12 bn project:
  2. Phase-I in 2 years: APSEZ:
  3. Land acquisition poses hurdle:
  4. Better days for business between India and China?:
  5. Naidu Takes on Congress Over Land Bill Issue:
  6. PNB’s Rs 9,000-cr bad loan sale stuck due to absence of full time CEO:

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