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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 11 Jan. 2016

A.Coal & Energy

As Developed Countries Turn From Coal, India Fires Up Production
Battle over Dominion coal-ash ponds heads to state water board this week
A closer look at the NC coal ash cleanup plan:
India to Open Up Commercial Coal Mining to Private Companies:
Javadekar in northeast to assess projects, sanctuaries:
Indonesian rights commission tells Japan to review power project:
Power project bids in March:
India to end decades-old state monopoly on coal mining:
Funding To Flow For Climate Change Project
Tata Power may gain after announcing plans to raise funds via issue of NCDs:
CERC approves Sasan UMPP’s petition on electricity prices, cess:
Barapol power project to be commissioned in Feb:
Sterlite Grid bags LoI to set up power project in Odisha:


Long-term benefit:
Centre clears Jharkhand’s proposal for $210 million World Bank loan:
ADB to cooperate with AIIB in project financing:
Banker: China economy to grow:
FX reserves rise, but aren’t out of the woods:

C.Land, Water & Forest

Major reform: Modi government may legalise land leasing :
Maharashtra finally denotifies prime land in Shendra MIDC

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