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Jharkhand asks Coal India unit to pay Rs 4,700-cr dues

mmissioner Anjneyulu Dodde said here today that letters were sent to the General Managers of all areas of CCL in Ramgarh District asking them to take necessary proceedings for payment of dues towards revenue of government land being used by the public sector. Business Standard, 15 hours ago

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Govt sets 8.5 per cent higher target for Coal India

NEW DELHI: The government has raised Coal India's production target for 2015-16 by 8.5%, even though the state-run monopoly missed its target for the fiscal that ended on Tuesday. A senior executive told ET that Coal India has been given a production target ...
 Economic Times19 hours ago

Coal India to form joint venture with Railways to evacuate coal

CIL would bring in the money, while Railways would provide the sweat-equity creating the infrastructure, including the tracks, sidings and related infrastructure
 DNA1 day ago Coal India to form JV with Railways to evacuate coal  DNA1 day ago
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Delhi HC approved CIL as Custodian of 3 Coal Blocks Denied to JSPL, Balco

The Delhi High Court on Friday approved state-run miner Coal India as the interim custodian of three producing coal blocks for which Jindal Steel & Power Ltd (JSPL) and Bharat Aluminum Co (Balco) emerged as best bidders but were denied the mines as the coal ...
 Times of India4 days ago JSPL shares gain 7% post Delhi HC observation in coal case  Money Control5 days ago Delhi HC asks Centre not to hand over JSPL-bid mines to Coal India  Financial Express1 week ago Coal India Limited gets 3 mines, Jindals move Delhi High Court  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
India Infoline

Coal India may surpass one billion tonne excavation target by 2020: Piyush Goyal

Coal India, on the other hand, is likely to miss its output target of 507 million tonnes (MT) by 10 MT during the current fiscal Buoyed by the rising production of thermal coal, Piyush Goyal, Minister for Coal is confident that India's largest miner Coal ...
 India Infoline6 days ago Coal India may surpass 1b tonne output target by 2020: Goyal  The Financial Chronicle6 days ago Coal India may surpass 1 bn tonne output target by 2020: Goyal  Business Standard6 days ago Coal India may surpass 1 billion tonne production target by 2020: Goyal  DNA1 week ago
India Infoline

Silver lining for JSPL, Court restricts Govt to allot Tara coal block to CIL

The recent decision by the Government for allocating coal blocks like Tara and Gare Palma to Coal India (CIL) and not JSPL, even though the latter emerged as the top bidder for these blocks in the coal auctions, has left JSPL red-faced. The recent decision by ...
 India Infoline1 week ago Court twist to coal course  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Maintain status quo on cancelled coal blocks: HC to govt  Hindustan Times1 week ago HC orders status quo on allotment of Chhattisgarh coal block  Rediff.com1 week ago
Mining & Quarry World

Cancelled JSPL, Balco mines given to Coal India

New Delhi, Mar 23 (PTI) The government today is believed to have alloted the three cancelled coal blocks, for which JSPL and Balco had emerged as the highest bidders in the recently concluded auctions, to state-owned miner CIL. "Three coal blocks - ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago Cancelled coal block: Balco moves to HC, hearing Thursday  Money Control1 week ago CIL allocated 3 previously cancelled coal blocks  Mining & Quarry World1 week ago Govt Allots Cancelled Coal Blocks to CIL  New Indian Express1 week ago
Reuters India

Coal imports to hit 200 million tonnes in 2014/15

8:22pm IST NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's coal imports are expected to jump 19 percent to a record of about 200 million tonnes this fiscal year, Coal Secretary Anil Swarup told Reuters, as power companies add capacity to meet rising demand even ...
 Reuters India1 week ago India's coal imports to jump 19 percent to 200 million tonnes in 2014/15  Reuters Africa1 week ago Coal imports to jump 19 per cent to 200 million tonnes in 2014-15  Economic Times1 week ago Coal Imports Seen Jumping 19% in 2014-15  NDTV Profit1 week ago

Bids cancelled for JSPL, Balco coal blocks

NEW DELHI: The Indian government has cancelled bids of Jindal Steel and Power and Balco for four coal blocks amid speculation of cartelisation and said it will take a final decision on these mines after deliberations. Department (Coal ministry) ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago Coal mine auction: JSPL may challenge bid rejection in court  Livemint.com1 week ago Jindal Power, Balco bids for four coal blocks rejected  Oman Tribune1 week ago Coal auction: Centre rejects bids of Jindal Steel, Balco  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago

Cancelling of JPL bid, giving mines to Coal India wrong: Delhi HC

The Centre's decision to cancel the bid of Jindal Power Ltd (JPL) for two Chhattisgarh coal mines by annulling the tender process and alloting them to Coal India Ltd (CIL) is “prima facie wrong“, the Delhi HC said on Thursday.
 Times of India6 days ago Cancelling JPL bid of coal mines is "wrong": HC  Economic Times6 days ago Cancelling of JPL bid and alloting mines to CIL "wrong": HC  Business Standard6 days ago
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