Coal India Ltd has announced that the Board of Directors of Central Coalfields Limited ("CCL"), the Company's subsidiary, at its meeting held on June 16, 2016 has considered and approved the buyback of 2350000 fully paid equity shares of face value of Rs. India Infoline, 2 months ago
CIL's cash pile under pressure as share buyback looms - Hindu Business Line, 2 months ago
Coal India arm CCL to buyback shares worth Rs 1,128 cr - Business Standard, 2 months ago
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New Delhi, Jul 11 () The Centre's green panel has deferred the decision on environment clearance (EC) to Central Coalfield Ltd's (CCL) Rs 1,537-crore expansion project in Bokaro district, Jharkhand for want of more inputs. CCL, a subsidiary of Coal ...Times of India, 1 month ago Panel Defers Green Nod To Coal India Unit Rs 1,537-Crore Project: Report NDTV, 1 month ago
KOLKATA: The board of directors of Coal India is not too happy with the share price valuation norm adopted by its subsidiary Central Coalfields Limited and has asked for clarifications about the evaluation method used. The board of directors of ...Economic Times, 2 months ago
Central Coalfields (CCL) will start a Kayakalp Academy for Employment in the Kamde area on the outskirts of Ranchi to provide free education and skills training to poor children as a CSR (corporate social responsibility) initiative. CMD Gopal Singh, who ...The Telegraph, 1 week ago Sports academies in Jharkhand face coach crisis HT Syndication, 2 months ago
Coal remains the centrepiece of Indias energy policy. India is the worlds third largest producer as well as consumer of coal, using the fossil fuel to generate nearly two-thirds of its electricity. While the Narendra Modi regime is increasingly talking about ...catchnews.com, 1 week ago When Land Is Lost, Do We Eat Coal?: Coal Mining and Violations of Adivasi Rights in India Amnesty International USA, 1 month ago Coal India limited SlideShare.net, 1 month ago CIL records strong June production World Coal, 1 month ago
The robust production growth in June 2016 was led by Mahanadi Coalfields ( up 22 percent) and double-digit growth at Eastern Coalfields (ECL), Central Coalfields (CCL) and Northern Coalfields (NCL).Money Control, 1 month ago
KOLKATA: Coal India's board approved a proposal to buy back 1.72% of the state-run miner's shares for Rs 335 each, or Rs 3,650 crore in total. The offer price is just over 4.5 per cent of the stock's closing price of Rs 320.50 Monday on the BSE. ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Coal India to use Rs 3,650 cr from reserves to buy back shares Business Standard India, 1 month ago Coal India to shed Rs 3,650 crore from its reserves as its board clears share buyback proposal Business Standard India, 1 month ago Coal India to buy back 1.72% of stock worth Rs 3,650 crore Economic Times, 1 month ago
New Delhi: Human rights group Amnesty International has claimed that "abusive laws and the poor enforcement of safeguards" at coal mines is leading tribal communities to oppose expansion of these blocks. The NGO in a report on mining of dry fuel ...ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago Amnesty International flags issues of human rights violations in India's coal-mining operations Times of India, 1 month ago Human right violations at mines run by Coal India: Amnesty International Economic Times, 1 month ago
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Coal India Ltd (CIL) has cleared the proposal of buyback of equity shares following a marathon board meeting on Monday. The CIL board has approved buyback of ten crore eighty nine lakhs fifty five thousand and twenty three equity shares of the ...Financial Express, 1 month ago Eyes on Coal India buyback meet Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago Coal India joins buyback bandwagon Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
Coal provides a bulk of India's energy needs but the companies that mine it routinely deprived adivasi communities of rehabilitation, resettlement, compensation and used legal loopholes to bypass public hearings, social and environmental impacts, ...DNA India, 1 month ago
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