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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 22 Jan. 2016

A.Coal & Energy

Is coal-ash pollution a civil rights issue?–civil-rights-commission-to-study-coal-ash-minority-communities.html
Coal India unions call for a day’s strike to protest against disinvestment :
Watch Leonardo DiCaprio speak his mind on the ‘destructive’ coal, oil and gas industry
Cyan wins second Tata Power order in India:
Coal supplies fire up power producers:
Adani may buy L&T’s Punjab power plant​:​
Letters: Not questionable, says Sasan Power:
Kalpataru Power bags four orders for power transmission-related projects:


Xi Jinping launches AIIB, to rival World Bank, Asian Development Bank​:​

Xi Jinping launches AIIB, to rival World Bank, Asian Development Bank

New AIIB official trumpets role in Asian development​:​

New AIIB official trumpets role in Asian development

Japanese agency to lend Rs 4,000 crore for two northeast highway projects
ADB, 18 Banks Sign $200 Million to Improve Water Access in PRC Through Urban-Rural Integration​:​​​
India signs Financing Agreement with World Bank for US$ 250 million for Bihar Kosi Basin Development Project:
If Asian Infra Bank means death of World Bank and IMF, so be it
World Bank Group’s Compliance Audit slams IFC, Activists demand action against GMR
ACWA and Silk Road Fund to develop power projects together
Chennai Metro Rail Phase-2 fast tracked for JICA funding: Rosaiah:
India Signs Financing Agreement with World Bank for US$ 250 Million for Jhelum and Tawi Flood Recovery Project

C.Land, Water and Forest

​​ Adani-Hazira Port moves SC against NGT order
L&T wins Rs. 1213 crore order from Western Dedicated Freight Corridor Project

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