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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 1 Feb. 2016

A.Coal & Energy

Haryana gets sanction for 500 MW solar power project :
Kudankulam nuclear power project director R. S. Sundar awarded Russian Order of Friendship:
Jaya Lays Foundation for Supercritical Thermal Power Plant:
Coal India in dilemma over production, pricing:
Bhupalpalli power unit resumes commercial production
NITI Aayog to report on stalled hydro power projects
Fortum lands major solar power project in India
Govt to rope in experts for boosting power revenue
ET GBS: Government to exploit unviable coal mines to make urea: Nitin Gadkari :
34 Schedule II coal mines to start production by March 31: Coal secy:
NTPC plans solar project:
Indian coal goes from shortage to glut
No special consideration to state PSUs in coal block allotment: Coal Secretary Anil Swarup:
Copenhagen Set to Divest Funds Out of Coal, Oil and Gas Holdings


PNB Housing Finance plans to raise $300 million in foreign debt :
PMRDA seeks Japan help for river project
3 Japanese factories open in Thilawa:
Myanmar, Japan-linked consortium reach agreement on new airport plan
​​Freight corridor: Rs 17,500 crore tenders to be finalised by March:
ADB ‘dissatisfied’ with performance of major energy sector projects
Germany tipped for a top spot in the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank:

C,Land, Water and Forest

Realistic investments to be the focus this year
Call for re-energising stalled infra projects:


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