It may be getting mega orders again but the power equipment maker wrestles with Rs 40,000 crore of outstanding payments from customers Sudheer Pal Singh | New Delhi March 13, 2014 Last Updated at 23:45 IST On the surface, it looks like a perfect ... Business Standard India, 1 hour ago
The coal regulator will specify methods for testing grades or the quality of coal and for automatic coal sampling. Photo: Bloomberg New Delhi: The cabinet on Thursday approved the creation of a coal regulator in an attempt to usher in some ...Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
The Government has decided to take back coal mines awarded to some 50 companies, including Adani Power, JSPL, Tata Group, Rungta Mines, Arcelor Mittal, Lanco, Hindalco and GMR. This could spell big trouble for companies that have invested in ...Hindu Business Line, 3 weeks ago
For a large part of the year, the mining sector continued to grapple with controversies related to allocation, production and pricing of minerals. However, the sector seems set for a clean-up in 2014, helping boost investor confidence and growth. ...Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide, 3 weeks ago Stage set for a clean-up act in mining Business Standard India, 2 months ago
Delhi was the only example of successful power distribution reforms. But the current confrontation between BSES, the govt and NTPC could spoil the show Sudheer Pal Singh | New Delhi February 11, 2014 Last Updated at 23:30 IST For long, Delhi has ...Business Standard India, 4 weeks ago
A NTPC power plant in Delhi. Photo: Ramesh Pathania New Delhi: S tate-owned MMTC Ltd , Adani Enterprises Ltd and Knowledge Infrastructure Systems Pvt. Ltd (KISPL) are among the firms in the fray for supplying 7 million tonnes (mt) of imported coal ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
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