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Reassure investors to attract funds in coal sector: Naveen Jindal
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Reassure investors to attract funds in coal sector Jindal

Naveen Jindal , chairman of Jindal Steel and Power, said. "All the coal blocks have been allocated by Government of India. State governments have given them either prospecting license or Big News Network, 2 days ago

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Jindal-Sarda Mines among other cos under SIT scanner

Top steel and mining companies, including Sarda mines linked to Jindal group, Aditya Birla group 's Essel Mining in Odisha have come under the scanner of the Special Investigation Team (SIT), set up by the Supreme Court to unearth Black money . ...
 DNA India6 days ago De-allocation of coal mines will jeopardise investments: Jindal  The Hindu1 week ago Coal comfort for Jindal project  The Telegraph3 weeks ago Naveen Jindal unfurls monumental flag in Ballabgarh  Business Standard1 month ago
Business Standard

Delloaction of coal blocks will jeopardise 4 lakh cr investment: JSPL

Jindal Steel and Power Chairman Naveen Jindal today said that about Rs 4 lakh crore investment made to develop coal mines would be in jeopardy if the blocks be deallocated. "The total investment that has gone to develop these blocks is around 4 lakh crore ...
 Business Standard1 week ago JINDAL STEEL & POWER : `Rs4-LAKH CRORE WILL BE INJEOPARDY IF COAL BLOCKS DEALLOCATED'  4 Traders1 week ago Investment Will be in Jeopardy if Coal Blocks deallocated: Naven Jindal  NDTV Profit1 week ago Hindalco, Jindal Steel Coal Permits Recommended for Cancellation  La Repubblica2 weeks ago
Money Control

Here are top 10 stocks to watch on Sept 9

Here are top 10 stocks to watch on Sept 9 - Reliance, Eicher Motors, Tata Motors, TCS, Cipla, Jindal Steel Power, Apollo Tyres, Balkrishna Industries, Jayashree Chemicals and Prestige Estates.
 Money Control1 week ago The most powerful Indian CEOs of 2014  Human Resources Online1 week ago Mining, power stocks and apex court ruling  Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago Metal, power stocks in a tailspin post Supreme Court order on coal allocation  Economic Times3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Metal, power stocks down ahead of SC verdict on coal blocks

Hindalco, Jindal Steel & Power are the top losers ahead of the SC verdict on coal blocks SI Reporter | Mumbai September 9, 2014 Last Updated at 10:11 IST Metal stocks such as Hindalco and Jindal Steel & Power were down 1-2% ahead of the Supreme Court's ...
 Business Standard1 week ago JSPL under pressure ahead of SC 's verdict on coal scam today  Business Standard India2 weeks ago NTPC : SC coal verdict leaves firms agape  4 Traders2 weeks ago

JSPL Hindalco drop on buzz of coal mines facing de-allocation

Jindal Steel & Power and Hindalco Industries dropped 3.49% to 3.91% at 12:13 IST on BSE on reports the Supreme Court may de-allocate the mines allotted several years ago to both these companies. Jindal Steel & Power (JSPL) lost 3.49% to Rs ...
 Capital Market1 week ago JSPL, Hindalco drop on buzz of coal mines facing de-allocation  Business Standard1 week ago

Govt Seeks Affidavit From Coal, Lignite Block Allottees

Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL), Hindalco, Jayaswal Neco, SAIL, NTPC and GMDC amongst others will have to submit an affidavit by today The government yesterday sought an affidavit by today from allottees of 46 coal and 15 lignite mines about ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago Government seeks affidavit from coal, lignite block allottees  Asian Age1 week ago
Times of Oman

Jindal Steel & Power : Top Indian companies risk losing coal permits

New Delhi : Hindalco, Essar Power and Jindal Steel & Power , all run by Indian metal businessmen, risk losing coal permits for projects worth a combined $7.1 billion if the nation's top court accepts a government proposal to annul licences for mines ...
 4 Traders1 week ago Top Indian companies risk losing coal permits  Times of Oman1 week ago
The Financial Chronicle

SC reserves ruling on coal allocation

The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved its ruling on de-allocation of 218 coal blocks to steel, power and fertiliser companies it had earlier termed ‘illegal' and 'arbitrary’. The three-member bench headed by chief justice Rajendra Mal Lodha did not ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago SC ruling: JSPL, Hindalco and Sesa Sterlite could be worst hit  Financial Express3 weeks ago SC ruling a setback for power projects in Santhal Pargana  Times of India3 weeks ago Jindal Steel, Hindalco shares top losers on coal block allocations order  Livemint.com3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

SC to be briefed on status of 46 blocks

The government has directed top steel, power and fertiliser companies holding 46 coal blocks to divulge their operational plans and production targets for this financial year. The data will be compiled by the nodal coal ministry in an affidavit to make out a ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago Coal min seeks report on 46 blocks from companies  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago 15 coal blocks missed govt list for exemption  Business Standard India1 day ago Do not snatch 46 blocks, slap fine: plea to SC  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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