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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 27 Jan. 2016

A.Coal & Energy

Stone laying for new power project on February 13
Tawang groups protest against hydropower projects:
Financing green growth in India:
ONGC gets environmental clearance for project in Krishna-Godavari basin:
Indian Coal Producer Floats 260 MW Solar Power Tender
Tata Power calls off acquisition of Ideal Energy’s plant Maharashtra
L&T and Sojitz consortium wins $179m electrification contract for India’s Western DFC
Jones’ Coal Divestment Call Is Irresponsible, Blatantly Political


Asian Development Bank private sector financing rises 37% to $2.6 billion in 2015:
Myanmar received over $1 billion in development loans last fiscal year
Planning Power Growth:
Mitsubishi UFJ Makes Trade Finance Push With Hires From Rivals
We must add to Indian economy’s credibility, says Finance Minister Arun Jaitley:
Japan firm roped in to set up 100 crore building at CMCH
ADB plans to double private sector investments
ADB keen to support megaprojects :
India’s economic ‘Modification’ still not delivering on ECA finance: :
ADB wants ‘development bank of choice’ tag

C.Land, Water and Forest

Focus on Ganga, but pollution plagues 254 other stretches
Reclassifying land at Kopri: Take independent decision, NGT tells environment ministry – See more at:
Centre gives fresh green clearance to Rs 11,370 crore Mumbai Trans Harbour Link:

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