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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 18 Jan. 2016

A.Coal & Energy

Uncertainty clouds big power projects in Jharkhand
Port Trust not to handle coal at Haji Bunder
Protect public lands and our climate from Big Coal’s bulldozers:
India’s Bhel gets Rampal contract:
2016, The Year of Green Finance — The View From London
GN Power secures $700-million bank loan to finance Bulacan coal-fired plant
NGT sets aside environmental clearance for Hazira port expansion:
Builders move SC against NGT order:
Northwest tribes unite against giant coal, oil projects
Himachal Pradesh government to set up joint venture to generate 1,000 MW solar power in Spiti:
Coal linkage delayed for MCL’s Rs 11,000 crore power plant:
1,320MW power projects under CPEC hit snags:
NGT lambasts Adani group for environment damage in Hazira:


India woos US transportation infrastructure investors
JICA team to assess desalination plant
Krishnapatnam Port to develop industrial hub
IFC ties up with MP govt for largest solar power project at Rewa:
Xi launches Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank :
Ex-World Bank VP: Regardless of Washington’s beliefs, China is vital for world’s economy to survive:
AIIB development bank launched in China:
Asian Bank launched but India may not insist on VP post, expects first loan
Suresh Prabhu outlines Railways’ environment-friendly measures at World Bank conference:

C.Land, Water & Forest

Myanmar Thilawa port to expand
Tougher checks for Myanmar’s development projects:
TAPI project still has many unresolved issues (exclusive):
NGT stays activities on Kempegowda Layout:

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