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Updates on Coal, Energy, Land, Water and Forest: 30 May 2016

A.Coal and Energy

Auction of coal linkages for sponge iron sector on Tuesday:
Deconstructing latest NC coal ash controversy:
Reliance Power net profit up 16 percent in Q4
Big News on Coal Ash Pollution, in North Carolina and Beyond
Govt to put 17 non-coal mines on the block again
Coal India exploring export opportunity to Bangladesh:
NTPC opens Pakri-Barwadih coal mining project :
Adani Power’s expansion at Mundra hits green hurdle:
Mega Power Plant. Mega Violations :
India’s CIL starts auctioning of coal linkages for sponge iron sector
World’s Biggest Wealth Fund Faces Wider Ban on Coal Investments:
India to merge underground coal mines to deploy longwall mining methods
Concerns about water quality near abandoned coal mines surface
Odisha objects to Polavaram project:
Some G7 Countries Still Providing Billions in Financing for Coal Plants: Findings from Our New Report:
Displaced 35 Years Ago, One Man Fights For A Piece Of His Land:
Landmark judgment for power sector:
Sasan: State goes to SC against APTEL decision:
Cheap Coal Historically Powered Development. India Could Carve Out A New Growth Model.


SAARC Development Fund, ADB ink pact for co-financing projects:
World Bank loan rules to stress long-term effects:
India signs $100 million loan agreement with World Bank:
Japan slammed for funding coal plants in PHL, other countries:
Asian Development Bank to fund Vizag Smart City project
Japan will support Bangaldesh for Matarbari coal-based power plant and Dhaka Metro Rail
Another budget without World Bank budget support
Japan Minister Endorses Two Coal-Power Plants North of Tokyo:
Jaitley to meet key investors during 6-day Japan visit:
The China-backed AIIB and ADB had signed an agreement in Germany for co-financing the 64-kilometer-long in Pakistan
Bank of Baroda recovers Rs 3,200 credit from non performing loans in Q4:
Andhra Pradesh government, IL&FS form JV company for urban infrastructure projects

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