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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 22 July, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Coal and gas layoffs mount as prices continue to fall:
  2. Coal scam: Ex-CBI officers gives consent to assist CVS probe against ex-chief Ranjit Sinha:
  3. Adani Transmission follows port business to offshore bond market:
  4. Adani suspends two Carmichael contractors: report:
  5. Tri-partite talks today to end NLC strike:
  6. Tata Power’s Indonesia mine sale hits roadblock:
  7. Power projects on the blink despite clearances by government:
  8. Cabinet revises Punatsangchu-I hydro project cost to Rs 9,375.58 crore:
  9. 68 hydel projects on cards:
  10. New onshore wind farms still possible without subsidies, says Amber Rudd:
  11. Environment Minister’s Statement at the Informal Ministerial Consultations at Paris:
  12. President Obama hopes to persuade India, China on climate change:


  1. Addis Ababa Meet Scores Development, Some Climate Finance Goals:
  2. Local banks up the ante in financing mega projects :
  3. Asian Development Bank to hold its next annual meeting of Board of Governors in Frankfurt:
  4. Multilaterals’ financial pledge for SDGs earmarks nothing for cities:
  5. Asia-Pacific Energy Sector Update: Financing Renewable Energy Projects:
  6. With Kamath as the president, will BRICS Bank challenge World Bank?:
  7. $100 billion Brics Bank opens in Shanghai:
  8. BRICS bank launched in China as alternative to World Bank, IMF:
  9. WB to probe IFC’s role in Vizhinjam port on green concerns:
  10. Government plans bond guarantee entity with Rs 5,000-crore corpus to boost market:

C.Land, Water & Forest

  1. CCEA approves restructuring of Coastal Zone Management project:
  2. Cabinet okays 3% interest subvention extension for crop loans:
  3. Gujarat HC orders status quo on Essar land:

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