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November 15, 2018, Thursday

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Private Power Plants To CIL: Increase Supplies From Korba Fields

Private Power Plants To CIL: Increase Supplies From Korba Fields

Private power producers have asked Coal India for more rakes to alleviate the shortage of coal at their plants from its arm South Eastern Coalfields' Korba fields.

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Telangana Govt Prepares Draft Policy On Electric Vehicles

Telangana Govt Prepares Draft Policy On Electric Vehicles

The Telangana government has prepared a draft policy on electric vehicles which proposes benefits for manufacturers and to put in place the necessary support system towards embracing the new mode of transport.

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Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant's Second Unit To Be Operational Soon

Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant's Second Unit To Be Operational Soon

The second unit of Kudankulam Nuclear Plant, which is undergoing maintenance since August, should be operational in the next two weeks, NPCIL chief S K Sharma has said.

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Niti Aayog To Finalise National Energy Policy Soon

Niti Aayog To Finalise National Energy Policy Soon

Government think-tank Niti Aayog will soon finalise the National Energy Policy (NEP) and take it to the Union Cabinet, a top official said.

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Inside India’s Coal Industry, Part 1: Transport Woes Continue To Throttle Supply As Metal, Power Plants Face Shortages Of The Dry Fuel

Inside India’s Coal Industry, Part 1: Transport Woes Continue To Throttle Supply As Metal, Power Plants Face Shortages Of The Dry Fuel

Close to a forest in Chattisgarh where elephants roam freely on the highway in the night and tribals play enchanting flute after drinking liquor brewed from toxic flowers, India’s coal story lies idle like a prostrate disembowelled Gulliver.

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India May Lose Farzad B Gas Field Bid

India May Lose Farzad B Gas Field Bid

Even as Iranian government officials have said that India is close to losing its bid for the Farzad B gas field, Indian officials in the Petroleum Ministry downplayed the situation, saying it is all part of the negotiation process.

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ONGC Holds Board Meeting At High-sea

ONGC Holds Board Meeting At High-sea

State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) has become India's first company to hold a meeting of its Board of Directors at high sea when it top officials assembled at an oil installation in the Arabian Sea to approve second quarter earnings.

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Railways Bidar-Kalaburgi Line Inaugurated By PM Narendra Modi; Bengaluru, New Delhi Trip Cut By 380km

Railways Bidar-Kalaburgi Line Inaugurated By PM Narendra Modi; Bengaluru, New Delhi Trip Cut By 380km

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday dedicated the Indian Railways’ 110km Bidar-Kalaburgi railway track in the Hyderabad-Karnataka region that is aimed at reducing the distance between Bengaluru and New Delhi by 380km and travel time by six to eight hours, IANS reports.

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Railway Minister Piyush Goyal Says Bidar-Kalaburgi Line Was Stuck Since 1998 Because Of Congress; PM Modi Inaugurated It Today

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal Says Bidar-Kalaburgi Line Was Stuck Since 1998 Because Of Congress; PM Modi Inaugurated It Today

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal made a shocking revelation about Bidar-Kalaburgi Railway line.

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India Sends First Wheat Shipment To Afghanistan Via Chabahar Port

India Sends First Wheat Shipment To Afghanistan Via Chabahar Port

Iran's key strategic port of Chabahar became operational with the maiden shipment of wheat from India to Afghanistan flagged off on Sunday by the foreign ministers of the three countries through video-conferencing.

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Railways to invest $150 billion, create 1 million jobs in 5 yrs: Piyush Goyal

Railways to invest $150 billion, create 1 million jobs in 5 yrs: Piyush Goyal

The Railways is looking to invest over $150 billion over the next five years which would help create one million additional jobs, minister Piyush Goyal has said.

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Russian, Japanese Companies Keen To Supply Amphibious Planes: Nitin Gadkari

Russian, Japanese Companies Keen To Supply Amphibious Planes: Nitin Gadkari

Russian and Japanese firms have evinced interests in supplying amphibious planes to India which also include 50 seater such planes, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said today.

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Dwarka E-way Sectors Seek Metro Link

Dwarka E-Way Sectors Seek Metro Link

Residents living in sectors along Dwarka Expressway have pitched for a full-length Metro corridor, stretching up to Dwarka Sector 21 — one of the two routes being considered for the proposed Yellow line extension.

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