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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest; 15 October, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Bids for mega power projects: industry worried over land acquisition provisions
  2. ‘AP’s capital city project yet to get environmental clearance’:
  3.  Sri Lanka- India power project at Sampur to get clearance soon:
  4. Inox Wind receives order from Tata Power Renewable Energy:
  5. Coal mining strike over, employees due back at work:
  6. Reliance Power appoints N Venugopala Rao as CEO:
  7. Alkesh Sharma appointed as CEO and MD of Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corp:
  8. Sampoor power project to get green nod soon:
  9. NHPC to set up 50 MW solar power project in Tamil Nadu:
  10. LHC grants stay order against coal power project:
  11. Locals reject consultation on Burma’s divisive Tasang Dam project:
  12. Australia approves India-backed Adani mine despite fears for reef:
  13. Australia clears way for Adani’s A$10b coal and rail project:
  14. Australia approves controversial India-backed Adani mine:
  15. This Power Plant Set Out to Prove Coal Can Be Clean. Did It Work?:
  17. Coal block auctions: A win or a winner’s curse?:


  1. World Bank Sees Vietnam As ‘Winner’ from TPP:
  2. 5 MDBs pledge $170 billion in climate financing:
  3. ADB to Bring Investors for TAPI:
  4. China aid to touch $2 billion, but will it get respect?:
  5. Federal, Sindh govts want JICA to execute KCR project: Ahsan:
  6. Tanzania: Massive 560 Billion/ – World Bank Funding for Dar:
  7. Japan Bullet Trains are riding to India to modernize in a super-fast way:
  8. Paris Climate Change Agreement: First draft ignores India’s demands:
  9. Welspun garners US$617 million in renewable project funding:
  10. EIB heads to Zim:

C.Land, Water and Forest

  1. Cabinet approves Rs.7,000 crore loan for fertiliser subsidy:
  2. Odisha announces package for drought-hit farmers:

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