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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 19 August, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Resolution of compensatory tariff issue key for Tata Power, Adani Power: analysts:
  2. Kerala in pact with Adani for Rs 7,525-crore Vizhinjam port project
  3. Power distribution companies made money from meters, says CAG:
  5. MP Pollution Control Board faltered on environmental monitoring: CAG:
  6. SJVNL to construct Luhri power project in 3 phases:
  7. With Asia’s largest solar power project commissioned, MP has made historical progress in power generation
  8. Well tests near coal ash ponds suggest natural contamination:
  9. Billionaire George Soros warms up to coal as stock prices hit bottom:
  10. Tests find water polluted outside Duke Energy coal ash range:
  11. Coal prices fall to 12-year lows as China, India join demand slowdown:
  12. Power supply to southern states to be hit by NLC strike: Jaya tells PM:
  13. TPCIL synchronises 660-MW unit at Krishnapatnam plant:
  14. Ministry plans changes to business model for ultra mega power projects:
  15. Progress of India, China must be mutually supportive: Envoy:
  16. In Odisha, 20 IPPs yet to begin construction work:


  1. Asian Development Bank to be engaged in TAPI gas pipeline:
  2. ‘Infrastructure gap’ in developing Asian economies threatens to hamper growth:
  3. Parliament: S’pore can be a key player in Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank:
  4. Pension funds keen on infra projects in Asia:
  5. Maharashtra to seek Japanese investment in infra, auto, IT, manufacturing, smart cities:
  6. ADB & AIIB: How Bangladesh can benefit from both:
  7. Consensus between government, RBI on monetary policy panel and PDMA reached : Finance Ministry:
  8. Reserve Bank of India suspends licences of Religare Finance, 6 Other NBFCs:
  9. Global Financial Development Report 2015 | 2016: Long-Term Finance:
  10. Bankruptcy code, litigation policy to be ready soon: FM Arun Jaitley:
  11. JICA offers 100 per cent loan for Rs.6,728-cr. Light Metro:

C.Land, Water & Forest

  1. Project hit write to PM, demand review of rise in SSP dam height:
  2. River of life:

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