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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 29 September, 2015

A Coal & Energy

  1. NALCO to start coal mining, increase alumina and bauxite production- Chand:
  2. A Dark But Redeeming Tour Of Coal Country, With Composer Julia Wolfe:
  3. L&T bags orders worth Rs 1,509 cr in September:
  4. Major Coal Group in NE China to Cut 100,000 Jobs:
  5. CIL urged to focus on mine safety:
  6. Need to look at mining ecosystem as a whole: EY:
  7. NGT refuses to decommission Uttarakhand project:
  8. India to announce climate commitments on Gandhi Jayanti:
  9. India to summit INDCs on reducing emissions next week:
  10. India to Submit Contributions on Reducing Emissions Next Week:
  11. The Clean Power Plan Ignores Clean Coal Success — and Our Real Chance to Lead the World:
  12. Coal isn’t dead; it’s a takeover target:
  13. New light at Crab Orchard related to new coal processing plant:
  14. Australian Coal: our energy future or dirty past:
  15. Renewables overtake coal in the UK energy mix for the first time:
  16. NTPC’s Lara thermal project in Chhattisgarh to start by March 2017:
  17. Nandipur Power Project: A spooking reality:
  18. Greenpeace warns of environmental impact of Indonesia’s 35,000 MW project:
  19. Lenders approve higher cost in 4 Lanco Infratech projects:
  20. Madhya Pradesh to focus on wind, solar power sources:
  21. Rooppur nuke project to be modern, safe:
  22. $191,775 in federal funds sought for 5 projects:
  23. Carbon Energy bags cornerstone funding, gas partner for China:
  24. Mining without damaging environment high on Centre’s agenda: Javadekar:
  25. A Health-Care Model in Coal Country:
  26. Solar power plant commissioned in Neyveli:
  27. 2018 date for power plant:
  28. Neyveli Lignite to set up 4,000 MW of solar plants:
  29. Modi stresses India’s commitment for 175 GW clean energy goal:
  30. Power plants told to bear cost of fly ash transportation:
  31. At UN, Rouhani says Iran nuke deal good for environment:


  1. The Latest: North Korea Says US Wants It to ‘Suffocate’:
  2. How the AIIB can carve its path to success:
  3. WB approves $20m credit:
  4. 10 things you need to know before European markets open:
  5. sco-membership-a-potential-trump-card-for-pakistan:
  6. Hurdles for Mumbai Metro-4 and 5:
  7. foreign-aid-not-yet-productive:
  8. ADB maintains 4.7pct growth outlook for 2015:
  9. Japanese Team Drafts Design for CMCH Upgrade:
  10. Thilawa kicks off region’s manufacturing transformation:
  11. Design soon for Jamuna rail bridge:
  12. Problem govt inherited in banking sector is of unprecedented proportions: Panagariya:
  13. Foreign investors get relief from controversial MAT:
  14. India to get USD 123.51 mn ADB loan for tourism development:
  15. Station development project to attract $20 billion: Suresh Prabhu :
  16. Asian Development Bank commits $6B to fight climate change by 2020:
  17. China’s president vows $2bn fund to poor nations:
  18. Interview: China’s role pivotal in shaping future south-south cooperation trends:
  19. Overseas experts optimistic about global influence of Chinese economy:
  20. China pledges $3 billion to fight climate change:

C.Land, Water & Forest

  1. Reclaim land for industry from rivers, reservoirs:
  2. Registration of land for SEZ to begin soon:
  3. No further move by Adani to take over Gangavarm port:
  4. SC dismisses M.P. govt. plea against oustees:
  5. Plea against land for SSP oustees rejected:



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