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Job-seekers 'lock up' power plant
The Telegraph

Job-seekers 'lock up' power plant

Over 500 project-affected people have locked the gates of Maithon Power for over 20 hours since Monday midnight to press for promised jobs, preventing over 600 night shift workers from entering the plant at Ghogna in Nirsa, around 40km from Dhanbad. The ... The Telegraph, 1 day ago
Solar power policy for Jharkhand in July New Delhi Pioneer, 2 weeks ago

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Calcutta Telegraph

August auction of 10 coal blocks

New Delhi, June 4: The government today said it would auction 10 coal blocks for steel, cement and captive power plants between August 11 and 17, and the process would be completed by the end of the month. This will be the third round of coal ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Mine clearance status of cos up for govt review  Press Trust of India3 days ago Govt to review mine clearance status of companies  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide1 day ago Coal Mine Clearance Status of Companies Up for Government Review  NDTV Profit3 days ago

Lenders pull plug on Essar project

Essar Power's R8,000-crore thermal power plant in Tori, Jharkhand, is on hold with bankers reluctant to lend to the project, a highly placed company official told FE. Lenders want the project to get reliable coal linkage and be assured of the ...
 Financial Express1 week ago UMPPs may get back permanent land ownership  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Stalled across India: 63 power projects  DNA India2 months ago Reliance Power shelves mega project on land acquisition delays  Rediff.com2 months ago

Farraka power plant faces closure

Power generating company NTPC has served notices to West Bengal, Bihar and Jharkhand governments, saying it will be forced to shut Farraka thermal power plant if law and order situation is not maintained at the facility. "We have sent notices ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago NTPC intends to buy stressed power generation assets, in talks with Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal  Economic Times2 weeks ago PTI - POWER - NTPC may shut Farraka power plant on law and order ground  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago NTPC may shut Farraka power plant on law and order ground  Sify3 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Soon, pay for power online

The Doranda post office in Ranchi will offer power bill payment option from next month Come July, Jharkhand will be able to pay its monthly power bills online as well as at any post office or Pragya Kendra across the state. Jharkhand Bijli ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago Power projects in state hit a new high  Times of India1 month ago 4GW power generation deal signed in India's Jharkhand  Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago NTPC : to construct India€s biggest thermal power plant in eastern state of Jharkhand  4 Traders1 month ago
The Telegraph

RPower cuts its losses as it focuses on growth

Almost a year before Reliance Power bagged the Tilaiya ultra mega power project (UMPP) in the Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand in 2009, Reliance Infrastructure, a Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, or Reliance ADAG, company, was awarded the Delhi ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago Hope of power from Jharkhand plant  The Telegraph1 month ago
Financial Express

Bhushan Power gets lifeline, debt recast under 5/25 scheme

BPSL said in its FY14 annual report it had plans to set up a 900 MW captive power plant and a 3 mtpa steel plant in Jharkhand. (Reuters) Bhushan Power & Steel (BPSL) will find it easier to service its loans now that bankers have approved a ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago NTPC : to build 6,400 MW mega power plant in Jharkhand  4 Traders1 month ago NTPC to build 6,400 MW power plant in Jharkhand May 06, 2015  Alexanders Gas & Oil Connections1 month ago

NTPC to build India's largest power plant in Jharkhand

KOLKATA: State-owned power generator NTPC will build India's biggest power plant with an annual generation capacity of 6,400 megawatt (Mw)in a joint venture with Jharkhand state utility, an example of a big ticket public investment which most ...
 Economic Times1 month ago NTPC to build biggest power plant in JV with JSEB  Economic Times1 month ago

Jharkhand govt signs MoA with NTPC for capacity expansion of Patratu thermal plant

National Thermal Power Corporation and Jharkhand government has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with NTPC for performance improvement and capacity expansion of Patratu Thermal Power Station (PTPS). The MoA was signed between the Jharkhand ...
 NetIndia123.com1 month ago NTPC, JBVN to develop 4,000MW power plant in Jharkhand, India  Energy Business Review1 month ago NTPC to develop 4,000MW power plant in Jharkhand, India  Energy Business Review1 month ago NTPC : JBVN to develop 4,000MW power plant in Jharkhand, India  4 Traders1 month ago

NTPC, Jharkhand govt form JV to revive Patratu power plant

A file photo of NTPC plant in Gandhar, Bharuch, Gujarat. Mumbai: State-run power producer NTPC Ltd on Sunday said it has agreed to form a joint venture with the Jharkhand government to revive the Patratu thermal power station and expand its ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago BRIEF: NTPC, Jharkhand govt form JV to revive Patratu power plant [Mint, New Delhi]  Bloomberg1 month ago
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