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Coal India continues to fail with equipment woes, will a shake-up work?
International Mining

Does public-private partnerships in coal mining have potential...

By Dipesh Dipu The government of India has proposed public-private partnerships (PPP) for coal mining in the country and expects the business model to enhance production capacity, which has been a concern as supplies have fallen short of demand ... Economic Times, 2 months ago
IMF cuts global growth outlook; India avoids ratings downgrade The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
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Rediff.com

Divestment gets a boost with three big PSU stake sales

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday cleared a dilution of the government's stake in Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Coal India Ltd (CIL) and NHPC Ltd.  At current market valuations, the amount of its holdings the Centre wants to offload in these companies could fetch it as much as Rs 45,796 crore (Rs 457.96 billion) - more than the Budget target of raising Rs 39,925 crore (Rs 399.25 billion) through disinvestment in public-sector undertakings. However, the actual proceeds for the ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago Cabinet paves way for three big stake sales  Business Standard India4 days ago Power sector picks up the pieces after slump  Business Standard India2 weeks ago

Centre's proposal for partial deallocation of coal blocks flawed

NEW DELHI: The Centre and a clutch of industry associations have pleaded with the Supreme Court not to deallocate 46 coal blocks that are already under production or are about to start production, but a closer look at their proposal to levy a ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Why partial deallocation of coal blocks flawed  Economic Times1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Centre asks Supreme Court to spare 48 producing coal mines

Supreme Court of India New Delhi: India's top government lawyer has asked the Supreme Court to leave 40 of the 218 coal blocks allocations the court declared illegal with companies that operate mines that are either producing or close to doing ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Govt urges SC to not to cancel some allocations  Reuters India1 week ago Indian govt urges court to leave some coal blocks with companies  Sharenet1 week ago India urges court to leave some coal blocks with companies  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago
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Livemint.com

Govt moves to soften effect of Supreme Court order on coal blocks

Supreme Court declared illegal all coal block allocations from 1993 to 2010. Photo: Noah Seelam/AFP New Delhi: The Union government on Monday moved to mitigate the fallout on the energy sector of the 25 August Supreme Court verdict declaring ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago SC's coal block allotments order spooks ongoing deals  Livemint.com2 weeks ago Coal block allocation since 1993 illegal: SC  The Week2 weeks ago

Coal Block Allocation: SC to take a call on captive blocks on today

NEW DELHI: On Monday, the Supreme Court will decide what to do with captive coal blocks, having deemed more than 200 allocations made since 1993 to be illegal. While writing their order, one of the biggest questions before Chief Justice R M Lodha ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Coal Block Allocation Case: SC to take a call on captive blocks on Monday  Economic Times2 weeks ago
Asian Times Online UK

Court: Indian coal block

VERDICT: A coal worker in Ahmedabad India's top court on Monday (25) declared as illegal government allocations of coal blocks since 1993, jeopardising projects built around the blocks and threatening to exacerbate a shortage of the fuel. ...
 Asian Times Online UK2 weeks ago Court: Indian coal block allocations illegal  Asian Times Online UK2 weeks ago
Business Today India

Court's coal block verdict likely to cost India dear

MUMBAI A mass cancellation of coal blocks awarded since 1993 could cost the country up to $3 billion in additional imports and hurt financial firms that have lent to the sector, broking firms said on Tuesday. The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that ...
 Oman Tribune2 weeks ago SC ruling on coal blocks may hurt import bill  Business Today India2 weeks ago SC's ruling may have wider economic impact  The Week2 weeks ago SC's coal block ruling could add to woes of power companies  Smart Investor2 weeks ago
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Rediff.com

Power sector expects good days ahead as demand improves

The prolonged inactivity in the debt-laden, fuel-starved and bankrupt power sector finally seems to be ending with two large acquisitions announced in the last few weeks. First, Reliance Power, promoted by the Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, acquired three operational hydropower assets from the Jaiprakash group for upwards of Rs 10,000 crore (Rs 100 billion). Then Adani Power of Gautam Adani bought Lanco's 1,200 Mw power plant at Udupi in Karnataka for an enterprise value of nearly Rs 6,000 crore ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

UPDATE 2-India's top court says government coal allocations illegal

* Court says final decision on the blocks to be taken next week * Coal minister says final decision would be in interest of country * Jindal Steel, Hindalco shares plunge after court decision (Adds court judgment quote, minister's comment) ...
 CNBC2 weeks ago Supreme Court says government coal allocations illegal  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago SC says government coal allocations illegal  Reuters India2 weeks ago India's top court says government coal allocations illegal  Sharenet2 weeks ago
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