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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 13 Jan. 2016

​​A.coal & Energy

Energy-starved Nepal loses Norwegian power plant project:
CERC order to lead to higher tariff for RPower’s Sasan power project​:​
Opencast coal mine operator appeals Welsh council’s refusal:
New gloom for coal with Arch bankruptcy filing:
Coal India plans biggest tech overhaul to check rampant theft:
CERC’s relief for Sasan may trigger similar demand:
Adani Power to expand its capacity to 2,800 MW and other top power news of the day:
Indian captive coal mines fail to keep pace with rising production
Global Ultra-Mega Power Projects Construction Market Driven by Rising Electricity Demand. – See more at:
One-third boost to climate aid to meet Malcolm Turnbull pledge:


Karnataka Seeks Rs 173 cr More For Dams
Raje okays Rs 4,200 crore to boost infra in 37 cities
India largest recipient of loans from World Bank for 70 years, says lending report
Must-watch Asia-Pacific development issues in 2016:
Cambodian parliament ratifies AIIB agreement:
JICA extends loan of Rs 1,000 crore for development of sewerage system in Pune :

C.Land, Water & Forest

Forest clearance for Mumbai Trans Harbour Link with 3.5-year deadline:
400 acres of land reserved for Reliance in Pithampur
Rs 1.65 lakh crore Bihar package progressing: Centre :


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