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Updates on Coal, Energy, Land, Water and Forest: 23 May 2016

A Coal & Energy

Adani Power shuts 2,640-mw units at Tiroda plant in Maharashtra:
सासन प्रोजेक्ट को चीन और अमेरिकी बैंकों से फायनेंस की इजाजत नहीं
3 engineers killed, 24 others injured in Moser Bear’s boiler blast:
Another Village In Odisha Rejects Mining:
What Paris agreement on climate change means for India:
Arunachal’s unfinished Lower Subansiri dam could be tomb for India’s giant hydropower projects:
हिंडाल्को कम्पनी को जमीन देने के लिए चलाया आदिवासी बस्ती पर बुलडोज़र : डॉ लखन सिंह:
Electric Companies Duping Indian Consumers: DRI Investigates a 29,000 Crores Rupees Scam:
Panel recommends forest clearance to SCCL’s coal project in AP:


China Launches Asia Investment Bank with 2 Silk Road Projects:
AIIB looks for Russia financing:
China-led AIIB to co-finance first Indonesia project :
Asian Development Bank (ADB) that will act as the lead financier for the project in Pakistan M4 highway:
India a beacon for foreign investment: Jaitley:
US Senate Nominates Indian-American Swati Dandekar As Asian Development Bank Director:
5 Major Banks Rigged US$9trn Bond Market: Lawsuit:
Putin hails AIIB as complement to int’l financial structure:
PNB tops list of worst losses in Indian banking history:
How to kill a bank in India:
World Bank offers $625m loan to boost India’s rooftop solar PV capacity:
India will need to find new mechanism for financing smart city projects:

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