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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 26 October, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. India’s poor paying the price for economic progress:
  2. Captive coal mines production rises 34% to 53 million tonnes in FY15:
  3. Going Green is Good for Dell and the Environment:
  4. Climate negotiators end Bonn mission with expanded draft text, issue of finance remains unresolved:
  5. Two dozen states sue Obama over coal plant emissions rule:
  6. How the Minerals Council of Australia has govt’s ear on coal:
  7. Germany to start shift to coal power reserve in winter 2016:
  8. Coal company plans to sell shuttered mines:
  9. Navy’s Last Coal-Fired Power Plant Decommissioned:
  10. Prior to Africa forum meet, India polishes its UNSC pitch:
  11. India Eyeing S African Coal Mines:
  12. The True Cost Of Coal: The First Installment:


  1. China’s AIIB still open to US: president-designate:
  2. Currency slide hits Myanmar’s import businesses:
  3. Zim pins hopes on arrears plan:
  4. Suresh Prabhu Addresses as Key Speaker at World Bank – Singapore Infrastructure Finance Summit 2015:
  5. Payments banks to expand reach of banking in rural areas: World Bank:
  7. Trade procedures must be simplified to improve regional integration, Asia-Pacific forum concludes:
  8. Survey Work on Shiradi Ghat Bypass in 2 Days:
  9. Konkan Railway track doubling to start from November 8:
  10. EBRD, PPP Unit negotiate engagement of private sector in infrastructure projects: EBRD Director:
  11. AIIB Says Japan and US Participation not Needed:
  12. Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ gets ready for Myanmar’s new RTGS system:
  13. Japan, Andhra sign MoU to promote investments:
  14. Japan offers India soft loan of $15 billion:

C.Land, Water & Forest

  1. GFDO irked by Javadekar’s statement on Mopa EC:
  2. NITI Aayog panel raps business environment:
  3. Reliance Group to further invest Rs 46,000 cr in Madhya Pradesh:

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