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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 12 October, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Coal mining feels the​ ​heat​:​
  2. Opponents to controversial Australian coal mine begin advertising blitz:
  3. Coal block auctions for captive use to resume after Diwali:
  4. Inox Wind bags 50 MW wind power project from TPREL in MP :
  5. Climate finance: issues still remain between rich, poor states:
  6. COP21 is about the money, not the environment!:
  7. State bans methane exploration in delta districts:
  8. Panel defers green nod to Essar firm’s expansion project:
  9. Work on 4,000 MW NTPC thermal project gains pace
  10. Thermal power generation capacity to increase by 62,142 mw during 2016-18:
  11. Siemens sets sights on govt’s mega power plant  project:
  12. Blockade against NHPC project:
  13. Power sector employees call for nationwide strike on December 8:
  14. India’s hydel power generation capacity to zoom in during 2016-18:


  1. IMF-World Bank appreciative of India’s policy steps: Finance Ministry:
  2. Arun Jaitley calls for reforms in World Bank at global meet:
  3. India Wants SDGs To Be Funded Through Unconventional Means:
  4. UN, World Bank announce new funds for Mideast refugee crisis:
  5. EIB sets new 35% target for climate lending in developing countries:
  6. IMF has Important Role in Global Economy: Jaitley:
  7. Japan to enable investment in Japan Industrial Township in Dhar district: MP CM Chouhan:
  8. New JICA head envisages ‘effective approach’ for ODA:
  9. India-Thailand highway to close Asian infrastructure gap
  10. ADB Welcomes First Asean Cross-Border Bond Under Asean+3 Bond Framework:
  11. ADB calls for strengthening public-private partnership to fight climate change:
  12. AIIB symbolises Chinas rise as financial superpower:
  13. Centre to Northeast Govts: Speed up ADB Aided Projects:
  14. Banks over-financed road projects, now crying foul: Vijay Chhibber, transport and highways secretary:
  15. India Renews Calls for Reforms in International Monetary Fund, World Bank:

C.Land, Water, And Forest

  1. PM Modi lays foundation stone of JNPT terminal:
  2. Project-hit protest rise in Sardar Sarovar dam height:

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