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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFis, Land, Water and Forest: 31 August, 205

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Singareni receives 13 bids offering mines on foreign soil:
  2. World’s biggest coal port joins fossil fuel divestment push:
  3. PIB grants pre-construction clearance to Khurja Super Thermal Power Plant:
  4. Indonesian president inaugurates power plant project despite land dispute:
  5. Michael E. Kraft: Dodging political snags, Obama pushes US energy policy forward:
  6. Sompeta power plant stalled:
  7. Coal, gas reps to address future of fossil fuels in WV:
  8. Coal bed methane complaint against council rejected:
  9. NDMC’s Smart Grid project to upgrade power distribution:
  10. Andhra cancels land allotment for controversial power project:
  11. GMR plans to export power from its Nepal plants to Bangladesh:
  12. NLC to Soon Commission 2nd Unit of Tuticorin Thermal Plant:
  13. Maharashtra: Tadoba tiger reserve faces coal mine threat:
  14. Mining company slump started in 2010 new report reveals:
  15. Many ultra-mega power projects fail to take off, future uncertain:
  16. Coal miners’ memorial rises from tragedy, honor and community sacrifice:
  17. Suppliers Feel Pain as Coal Miners Struggle:
  18. Fact check: Will Adani’s coal mine really boost employment by 10,000 jobs?:
  19. Ministers face down party faithful over coal mines:
  20. Many ultra-mega power projects fail to take off, future uncertain:
  21. R-Power asks PFC to buy out Sasan UMPP:


  1. Asian Development Bank offers aid for Myanmar’s flood relief
  2. Centre Clears Drinking Water Project:
  3. Nigerian banks and the changing phase of project financing:
  4. Gammon offloads assets, pares debt:
  5. Community-based eco-tourism will boost income of tribals’:
  6. The bright spot: Indian economy offers hope as China struggles:

C.Land, Water & Forest

  1. Environment activists pick holes in Ken-Betwa river linking plan:
  2. Green activists demand action against top officials:
  3. Land ordinance to lapse today, says PM Modi:
  4. PM seals fate of land ordinance:
  5. NDA govt dedicated to poor, farmers: BJP President Amit Shah:
  6. Modi govt ‘finally accepts land ordinance was a mistake’: AAP:

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