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November 15, 2018, Thursday

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Adani Power Seeks Nod For Setting Up Power SEZ In Jharkhand

Adani Power Seeks Nod For Setting Up Power SEZ In Jharkhand

Adani Power has sought approval from the commerce ministry for setting up of a special economic zone for the power sector in Jharkhand, entailing investment of Rs 15,002 crore.

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HC Seeks Centre's Reply On Sasan's Plea For More Coal

HC Seeks Centre's Reply On Sasan's Plea For More Coal

The Delhi High Court today sought the Centre's response on a plea by Sasan Power Ltd, a Reliance PowerBSE 1.18 % subsidiary, for permission to mine coal from its two coal blocks in excess of the 17 MTPA cap to enable it to run its 3,960 megawatt power project in Madhya Pradesh.

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Azure Power Bags 11.35 MW Contract For Solar Rooftop Projects In Six States

Azure Power Bags 11.35 MW Contract For Solar Rooftop Projects In Six States

Azure Power, an independent solar powerproducer, today announced it has bagged a contract from Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti for setting up solar rooftop projects of 11.35 Megawatt (Mw) capacity in 152 schools across six states.

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Suzlon Plans To Set Up Power Plant In Telangana

Suzlon Plans To Set Up Power Plant In Telangana

Times Of India reported that in a big boost to the power sector in the state, renewable energy giant Suzlon Group has expressed interest in setting up a power plant.

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India Achieves 20 GW Of Installed Solar Capacity Within Eight Years

India Achieves 20 GW Of Installed Solar Capacity Within Eight Years

India has achieved a milestone 20 GW in cumulative solar installations in eight years. The National Solar Mission had initially set the target of 20 GW installed capacity by 2022.

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Hardarpur Revenue Village: The Last Milestone In Bihar Rural Electrification Drive

Hardarpur Revenue Village: The Last Milestone In Bihar Rural Electrification Drive

Hardarpur, a sleepy village in the Diara or riverine belt of Bihar, was in news last December when it became the last of the 39,073 revenue villages in the state to get electricity access.

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Chinese Firm To Set Up 1 GW Solar Energy Facility In India

Chinese Firm To Set Up 1 GW Solar Energy Facility In India

Longi Solar has confirmed it will be the first Chinese solar company to set up manufacturing facilities in India. The news comes just a month after the company said it would invest $300 million in a 5 GW module facility in China.

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Case For Revisiting Subsidies Given To The Renewable Energy Sector: Eco Survey

Case For Revisiting Subsidies Given To The Renewable Energy Sector: Eco Survey

The government may revisit incentives and subsidies for the renewable energy sector given the tariffs have been falling to almost match the levels of thermal power.

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New Power Projects Being Set Up At A Cost Of Rs 53,890 Cr In Tamil Nadu: CM

New Power Projects Being Set Up At A Cost Of Rs 53,890 Cr In Tamil Nadu: CM

The Tamil Nadu government has taken steps for setting up new powerprojects with a total generation capacity of 9,300 MW, at a cost of Rs 53,890 crore, Chief Minister K Palaniswami said here.

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Taiwanese Coal Trader Suspected Of Buying From North Korea

Taiwanese Coal Trader Suspected Of Buying From North Korea

Taiwan has detained a local businessman on suspicion of buying coal from North Korea in violation of United Nations sanctions, prosecutors said.

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Coca Cola Factories In AP, T To Run On Solar Power

Coca Cola Factories In AP, T To Run On Solar Power

FMCG major Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages (HCCB) Pvt Ltd on Monday said it will be using solar power as the primary source of energy for manufacturing operations at all its factories in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

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Efforts On To Make Renewable Energy Accessible For All: Min

Efforts On To Make Renewable Energy Accessible For All: Min

Efforts are on to make renewable energy accessible for all in Jammu and Kashmir, the state’s Minister for Science and Technology Sajad Gani Lone said today.

 

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India Questions Viability Of Butwal-Gorakhpur Power Line

India Questions Viability Of Butwal-Gorakhpur Power Line

The fate of 400kV New Butwal-Gorakhpur cross-border transmission line is hanging in balance, as India questioned the power line's commercial viability, saying whether it can help to encourage electricity generation between Nepal and India.

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Indian Oil Q3 Profit Nearly Doubles, Beats Estimates

Indian Oil Q3 Profit Nearly Doubles, Beats Estimates

Indian Oil Corp Ltd said its third-quarter profit nearly doubled, handily beating estimates. Net profit surged 97 per cent to Rs. 7,883 crore ($1.24 billion) in the quarter ended December 31, from Rs. 3,995 crore a year earlier.

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Indian Oil Gains 5% On 1:1 Bonus, Interim Dividend Of Rs 19 Per Share

Indian Oil Gains 5% On 1:1 Bonus, Interim Dividend Of Rs 19 Per Share

Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL) gained 5% to Rs 419 on BSE in intra-day deal after the company’s board recommended bonus shares in the ratio of 1:1 i.e. one equity share for one exiting equity share held.

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Petrol, Diesel Prices Continue To Skyrocket But Expect Little Relief In Budget 2018

Petrol, Diesel Prices Continue To Skyrocket But Expect Little Relief In Budget 2018

The Union Budget 2018 will be presented on Thursday, February 1, by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and he is facing enormous challenge to control the spiralling prices of petrol and diesel.

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Opinion: Hedge Funds Pile Into Oil Despite Rising Risk Of A Correction- Kemp

Opinion: Hedge Funds Pile Into Oil Despite Rising Risk Of A Correction- Kemp

Hedge funds continue to increase their bullish positions in oil, even as prices hit the highest level since the slump began in 2014, brushing aside concerns about overheated markets and the risk of a correction.

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Noble Energy To Sell Part Of Its Stake In Israel's Tamar Gas Field

Noble Energy To Sell Part Of Its Stake In Israel's Tamar Gas Field

Noble Energy Inc will sell a 7.5 percent stake in the Tamar natural gas field offshore Israel to Tamar Petroleum Ltd for about $800 million in cash and shares, the U.S. oil and gas producer said on Monday.

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Iraq To Comply With OPEC Deal Despite Oil Export Capacity Rise - Minister

Iraq To Comply With OPEC Deal Despite Oil Export Capacity Rise - Minister

Iraq will comply with the OPEC-led deal on reducing output even though Baghdad is working hard to increase its oil export capacity from the north and south of the country, its oil minister said on Monday.

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IOC Likely To Report Strong Q3, Marketing Margins To Come Under Pressure

IOC Likely To Report Strong Q3, Marketing Margins To Come Under Pressure

Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), the country’s largest fuel retailer, is likely to report strong third quarter numbers on the back of increased refinery throughput and crude inventory gain offsetting lower refining and marketing margins arising due to lack of adequate increase in auto fuel prices during state elections, according to experts.

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Railway Budget 2018: Railway Shares Subdued Ahead Of Budget; PSU Stocks In Focus But May Not See Much Action

Railway Budget 2018: Railway Shares Subdued Ahead Of Budget; PSU Stocks In Focus But May Not See Much Action

With only two days left for Railway Budget 2018 — a component of the Union Budget itself from 2017 onwards, a subdued movement had been observed in most of the railway-related private and public sector shares.

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Goods Train Derails In Odisha, Rail Services Affected

Goods Train Derails In Odisha, Rail Services Affected

Two wagons of a goods train derailed between Balugaon and Chilika Stations in Odisha, informed an East Coast Railway (ECoR) official. Normal train services on the up line were affected due to the train mishap.

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Budget 2018: New Fast Trains Likely To Be Announced

Budget 2018: New Fast Trains Likely To Be Announced

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley might announce new and fast-paced trains in the Budget 2018. Train set 18’s manufacturing is in its last leg and the aluminium-body trains will be manufactured in 2020.

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Indian Railways Sends Employees For First Foreign Pleasure Trip

Indian Railways Sends Employees For First Foreign Pleasure Trip

Indian Railways’ first non- working foreign tour is under way -- not for senior officers but for gangmen, trackmen and other non-gazetted employees.

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Gripe App For Railway Staff

Gripe App For Railway Staff

East Central Railway's Dhanbad division launched two mobile apps on Monday, one for the employees to lodge grievances and the other for people whose consignments are either damaged or sent to a different address during shipment.

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Service Charge Withdrawal Hits IRCTC's E-Tickets FY17 Revenue

Service Charge Withdrawal Hits IRCTC's E-Tickets FY17 Revenue

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation's internet ticketing revenue dropped by 26 percent in FY17 after the government withdrew service charge on etickets to promote digital payments.

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