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In A First, Goa Pollution Board Summons JSW Firm For Excess Coal Handling

In A First, Goa Pollution Board Summons JSW Firm For Excess Coal Handling

The Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB) has directed representatives of the South West Port Limited (SWPL) a unit of the JSW Group, to be present before it next week for a hearing in the issue of excess coal handling and consequent air pollution in Vasco.

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Can India Achieve Its Ambitious Solar Power Plan Targets?: The Statesman Columnists

Can India Achieve Its Ambitious Solar Power Plan Targets?: The Statesman Columnists

The National Solar Mission was launched in 2010 with an ambitious target of deploying 20 gigawatts of grid connected solar power by 2022.

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Electricity Utility Sector: Break The Mould

Electricity Utility Sector: Break The Mould

The electric utility, traditionally, is one of the most conservative and defensive sectors, with mostly government-controlled entities. After the opening of the sector, there is substantially private sector investment in both regulated and unregulated services.

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As Capacity Addition Tapers Off, Wind Power Sector Loses Steam

As Capacity Addition Tapers Off, Wind Power Sector Loses Steam

Wind power tariffs have declined to Rs 2.43 a unit and capacity addition last year was a mere 435 Mw till October despite three rounds of project auctions, forcing turbine manufacturers to rue the surge in installations during 2016-17 when close to 5,000 Mw was added.

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Rural Areas In Tamil Nadu To Face Power Cuts

Rural Areas In Tamil Nadu To Face Power Cuts

Due to monthly maintenance works scheduled at major substations in the outskirts, power supply will be affected to rural areas on January 6.

 

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NLC India Gets New Mining Equipment

NLC India Gets New Mining Equipment

The '700 litre bucket wheel excavator' was based on the order given by NLC India to mining equipment maker TENOVA India, which includes design, manufacture of all mechanical, structural, electrical components.

 

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New Umtru Power Project Commissioned In Meghalaya

New Umtru Power Project Commissioned In Meghalaya

Power-starved Meghalaya on Thursday Wednesday added 40 MW power by formally commissioning the New Umtru Hydro Electric Projectin Ri- Bhoi District bordering Assam.

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India Is Said To Consider 7.5 Per Cent Tariff On Imported Solar Panels

India Is Said To Consider 7.5 Per Cent Tariff On Imported Solar Panels

India, the largest buyer of solar equipment from neighboring China, is considering a 7.5 percent tax on imported solar panels, according to government officials with knowledge of the situation.

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Oil's Not Well, Crude Worry On Horizon

Oil's Not Well, Crude Worry On Horizon

International crude prices have rebounded to a two-and-half year high, almost doubling from the 11-year low they had hit in July 2015.

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Commodities Are On Their Longest Winning Streak As Crude Oil Rallies

Commodities Are On Their Longest Winning Streak As Crude Oil Rallies

Commodities are forging a record-setting run of gains that straddles the end of 2017 and the start of the new year, as crude oil notches multiyear highs and investors bet that booming global manufacturing output will help to sustain rising demand for raw materials.

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India Rushing To Join Natural Gas Boom Risks

India Rushing To Join Natural Gas Boom Risks

India is planning to join the Asian rush to boost the use of natural gas over coal, a further sign that the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market will tighten faster than previously expected.

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Environmentalists Lose Lawsuit Over Norway's Arctic Oil Licenses

Environmentalists Lose Lawsuit Over Norway's Arctic Oil Licenses

A Norwegian court on Thursday dismissed a case by three environmentalist groups which had sued Norway for granting oil licenses in the Arctic, as the fight against global warming is increasingly brought to courtrooms.

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Indian Railways May Soon Launch Anti-fog Device

Indian Railways May Soon Launch Anti-fog Device

Indian Railways may soon introduce an 'anti-fog' device to track railway signals and situation on tracks in North India.

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What Indian Railways Is Planning For Suspended Section

What Indian Railways Is Planning For Suspended Section

To tackle the issue of non-movement of freight, especially coal, and passengers on the Dhanbad-Chandrapura railway section in Jharkhand, the Indian Railways has planned to lay a diverted railway route.

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Crack On Track: Major Rail Accident Averted In Village Near Jaisalmer

Crack On Track: Major Rail Accident Averted In Village Near Jaisalmer

A major crisis was averted due to the vigilance of track man when he saw a fracture in the railway track near Odhaniya chacha Village in Jaisalmer on Thursday.

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Modi Govt Signs Off On Radical Makeover For Ports Sector

Modi Govt Signs Off On Radical Makeover For Ports Sector

In a bid to boost port construction in the country, the Union government is sweetening the terms, including a change in the revenue model and the creation of a dispute-resolution mechanism.

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Electrification Of Railway Routes Took 'Quantum Jump' Under Modi Govt: Goyal

Electrification Of Railway Routes Took 'Quantum Jump' Under Modi Govt: Goyal

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said on Thursday that the electrification of railway routes has taken a "quantum jump" under Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government.

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Three Ministries Sign MoU For A Technology Mission For Indian Railways

Three Ministries Sign MoU For A Technology Mission For Indian Railways

Three Ministries of the Union Government, the Ministry of Railways, Ministry of Human Resource Development and the Department of Science & Technology on 4 January 2018 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at Rail Bhawan, New Delhi for joint funding of Technology Mission for Indian Railways.

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Railways Cannot Forever Live In Colonial Era: Piyush Goyal

Railways Cannot Forever Live In Colonial Era: Piyush Goyal

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal today urged senior officials to not go back to the colonial- era practice of having railway employees working at their homes.

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