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Private power producers pitch for gas price pooling
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Power Producers Assn, Ambani meet Naidu on gas supply woes

A delegation of Association of Power Producers led by Director General Ashok Khurana and Anil Ambani of Reliance ADAG, called on Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and discussed issues relating to power sector and gas supply concerns. The ... Business Line, 1 month ago
Jindal, Agarwal float new power body to air woes Economic Times, 4 weeks ago

Parramasala 2014 cultural festival inaugurated

NSW Premier Mike Baird and the Lord Mayor of Parramatta, Councillor John Chedid, today announced the program for Parramasala 2014, a festival of the many diverse and rich cultures in Sydney. Now in its fifth year, Parramasala will take place over ...
 ZeeNews.com2 days ago

Higher debts and rising fuel cost hits power projects in India

(Follow @PowersGuru on Twitter for important updates) Hindustan Times reported that with debt stuck projects languishing for want of fuel and timely clearances, India is currently saddled with a power capacity of 80,000 MW to 85,000 MW that has ...
 Steel Guru3 days ago Power producers not importing coal even at decade-low prices  Economic Times1 month ago India power producers not importing coal event at decade low proces  Steel Guru1 month ago Tax tonic for power projects  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago

Debt trap Rs 45 lakh cr worth of power projects on the block

With debt stuck projects languishing for want of fuel and timely clearances, India is currently saddled with a power capacity of 80,000 to 85,000 megawatt (involving an investment of over Rs. 4.5 lakh crore) that has been put on the block by ...
 Hindustan Times5 days ago Debt trap: Rs. 4.5 lakh cr worth of power projects on the block [Hindustan Times, New Delhi :: ]  BusinessWeek4 days ago

Modi's Honeymoon May Sour as India Court Nixes Mine Disposals

AM Aug. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Prime Minister Narendra Modi's honeymoon period with big business since taking office three months ago may be about to sour. He has India's Supreme Court to thank. The court this week declared the handing of state-owned ...
 La Repubblica6 days ago Modi honeymoon may sour as India court nixes mine giveaways  Helsinki Times4 days ago

Modi Risks Economic Setback as Court Casts Doubt on Coal Permits

AM Aug. 27 (Bloomberg) -- The Indian Supreme Court verdict that declared coal-mine allocations over the last two decades illegal threatens $47 billion of industrial projects and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pledge to revive growth. The court's ...
 La Repubblica6 days ago Modi Faces Economic Chaos as Coal Ruling Threatens Growth Pledge  Bloomberg1 week ago SC verdict on coal blocks may plunge power cos into darkness  Economic Times1 week ago Supreme Court coal verdict leaves firms in a fix  DNA India1 week ago
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Uninterrupted power

All new ministers' offices are usually filled with crowds wanting for an audience. Quite a few in the crowd would be lobbyists for and representatives of corporates. But, on his third day as minister of power, coal and renewable energy, Piyush Goyal ...
 The Week6 days ago

Power projects could be worsthit by SC ruling

Uncertainty looms over the fate of 28,000 to 30,000 megawatt of power generation capacity if the Supreme Court were to cancel coal block allocations between 1993 and 2010, which it has declared illegal. The apex court on Monday ruled that all ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Power projects could be worst-hit by SC ruling  Hindustan Times1 week ago

Govt hopes for clarity on natural resources allocation

The Government, which is trying to increase power generation in the midst of lack of coal supplies, held a more optimistic view of the Supreme Court's opinion that all coalfields allocations made between 1993 and 2010 were illegal. It believes the ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago

More stands, continuous tracks must for cycling

NEW DELHI: With Delhi Development Authority (DDA) planning to start a cycle-sharing scheme in Dwarka, experts say similar projects should be planned in other parts of the city. Though the government had in the past started several projects to ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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