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December 14, 2018, Friday

Your Morning Newsletter In Energy And Infrastructure From Across The Media Space  

SC asks banks to maintain status quo in insolvency proceedings against power firms

SC asks banks to maintain status quo in insolvency proceedings against power firms

The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked banks to maintain status quo and not to initiate insolvency proceedings against loan defaulting power companies in the country. A bench headed by Justice R F Nariman also asked the banks not to file any insolvency cases till

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At This Rs 1.5 Lakh Village Home, Water Comes From Air, Power From Sun

At This Rs 1.5 Lakh Village Home, Water Comes From Air, Power From Sun

Imagine living in an affordable home where water for domestic requirements springs from thin air even as the sun takes care of your energy needs.

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Why Solar Energy Use Has Declined In India

Why Solar Energy Use Has Declined In India

Since its introduction in 2008, the use of solar energy in India has increased gradually.

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CIL Plans Expansion, Begins Talks With Bangladesh For Coal Exploration

CIL Plans Expansion, Begins Talks With Bangladesh For Coal Exploration

Keen to expand its footprint across the border, Coal India (CIL) has initiated talks with Barapukuria Coal Mining Company (BCMC), Bangladesh’s sole coal producer, to help it explore coal mines as well as set up new projects.

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Government To Finalise Revamped Rules For Coal Mine Auctions

Government To Finalise Revamped Rules For Coal Mine Auctions

India is finalising revamped rules that govern coal auctions, an official said on condition of anonymity, as it aims to attract more bidders after poor response to recent auctions.

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Power NPAs: SC Transfers All Pleas Challenging RBI Notification To Itself

Power NPAs: SC Transfers All Pleas Challenging RBI Notification To Itself

In a temporary relief to stressed assets, the Supreme Court on Tuesday asked banks not to refer any case for insolvency under the February 12 circular of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for the next two months.

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CLP India Picks 49% In Two Suzlon Solar Projects In Maharashtra

CLP India Picks 49% In Two Suzlon Solar Projects In Maharashtra

CLP India, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong-based CLP Holdings, and one of the largest foreign investors in India’s renewable space, has acquired 49 per cent stake in two of Suzlon’s solar projects in Dhule, Maharashtra.

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Tata Power To Offer Suite Of Services In Rooftop Solar Drive

Tata Power To Offer Suite Of Services In Rooftop Solar Drive

India's Tata Power Company plans to offer a range of services from advice and financing to installation and maintenance as it strives to increase its share of the market for rooftop solar panels, a senior executive said on Tuesday.

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Call Of Duty: Why Is The Government Reluctant To Cut Duties On Fuel?

Call Of Duty: Why Is The Government Reluctant To Cut Duties On Fuel?

Petrol and diesel prices are currently ruling at a record high, putting the central government under intense pressure to cut duties.

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Fuel On Fire: Indian States Make A Killing On Taxes As Citizens Suffer

Fuel On Fire: Indian States Make A Killing On Taxes As Citizens Suffer

Even as ordinary people feel the heat over rising fuel prices, an analysis of central and state finances by Business Standard shows that most Indian states are making a killing with fuel prices touching an all-time highs in India.

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Why We Need To Pray For $5 Crude Oil Price Dip

Why We Need To Pray For $5 Crude Oil Price Dip

Crude oil prices need to drop by $5 a barrel for petrol and diesel prices to revert to the August 1 level as the rupee exchange rate is expected to hover around the current level of 72 against the greenback, oil company executives and forex dealers said.

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Fuel Prices Continue Northward March, Climb To New Highs

Fuel Prices Continue Northward March, Climb To New Highs

Domestic fuel prices continued their northward push on Tuesday with a depreciating rupee and expensive crude oil further pushing petrol and diesel to new record highs as per daily rates under the dynamic pricing regime.

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Centre Permits Two Iranian Insurers To Offer $1-billion Cover For Tanker Shipments Till 2020

Centre Permits Two Iranian Insurers To Offer $1-billion Cover For Tanker Shipments Till 2020

Iran’s Kish P&I Club and Qeshm International Trust Alliance (QITA P&I Club) have been granted permission by India till February 2020 to provide cover to Iran tankers bringing crude to the country 

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Higher Fuel Prices May Give States A ₹22,700-crore Windfall

Higher Fuel Prices May Give States A ₹22,700-crore Windfall

State governments will likely reap a windfall gain of around ₹22,700 crore this fiscal from the increase in the prices of petrol and diesel, a report by the State Bank of India’s Economic Research Wing has claimed.

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Asia’s first narrow-gauge line in Gujarat set to broaden

Asia’s first narrow-gauge line in Gujarat set to broaden

India is set to lose Asia’s first narrow-gauge railway line between Dhaboi and Miyagam in Gujarat, operational since the 19th Century. Considering its heritage value, and the fact that it does not add to present railway requirements in any significant way

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Honest reporting, efforts of employees improved punctuality of trains: Piyush Goyal

Honest reporting, efforts of employees improved punctuality of trains: Piyush Goyal

"Honest" reporting of delays and efforts by railway employees in monitoring trains and routes have improved punctuality of the national transporter by 20 per cent this year, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said Tuesday.

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India needs Rs 50-tln investments in infrastructure: CII

India needs Rs 50-tln investments in infrastructure: CII

The infrastructure sector in India would require about Rs 50 trillion ($778 billion) by 2022 as a key growth driver for sustainable development across the country, said an industry official on Tuesday

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After Over 12 Years, WPE All Set To Go Live From Next Month

After Over 12 Years, WPE All Set To Go Live From Next Month

The much-delayed Western Peripheral Expressway (WPE) is likely to be operational from first week of October, more than twelve-and-half years after it was launched to reduce vehicle load on Delhi roads.

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