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India Produced 34% More Electricity Last Year Than 2010, Now Third Globally

India Produced 34% More Electricity Last Year Than 2010, Now Third Globally

India’s electricity production grew 34% over seven years to 2017, and the country now produces more energy than Japan and Russia, which had 27% and 8.77% more electricity generation capacity installed, respectively, than India seven years ago.

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Coal India To Adopt More Transparent Pricing System

Coal India To Adopt More Transparent Pricing System

Coal India will adopt a new pricing system from April 1, which the company’s chairman said will be more customer friendly, transparent and aligned with global norms.

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Rising Global Coal Prices No Worry For India, Says JSW Energy’s Prashant Jain

Rising Global Coal Prices No Worry For India, Says JSW Energy’s Prashant Jain

Rising prices of thermal coal, which is burnt to generate electricity, will not significantly impact power prices in India at a time when the market is hit by a shortage of coal.

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Demand For Solar Electricity On Rise

APSPDCL Divisional Engineer J Sanjeeva Rao, said that India has abundant sunlight and is producing about 3 lakh MW of electricity.

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Construction Of Two 700 Mw N-power Reactor In Haryana Starts

Construction Of Two 700 Mw N-power Reactor In Haryana Starts

The government has begun construction of two nuclear power reactors of 700 MW capacity each at Haryana, nearly four years after the foundation stone of the project was laid.

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British Tamils Protest Outside Vedanta Chief Anil Agarwal's London Home Against Tuticorin Sterlite Copper Plant

British Tamils Protest Outside Vedanta Chief Anil Agarwal's London Home Against Tuticorin Sterlite Copper Plant

A large number of British Tamils carrying traditional 'parai' drums held protest outside the home of Vedanta Group chief Anil Agarwal here in solidarity with protesters in Tamil Nadu against the expansion of British company Sterlite's copper smelter plant in the state.

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Punjab Urged To Do Away With State Owned Thermal Units

Punjab Urged To Do Away With State Owned Thermal Units

The all India power engineers Federation (AIPEF) has aged the Punjab government to reconsider its decision to shutdown state owned thermal units in the state.

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Excavation Work For Nuclear Power Plant Starts In Haryana

Excavation Work For Nuclear Power Plant Starts In Haryana

The excavation work for Gorakhpur Haryana Anu Vidyut Pariyojna (an atomic power plant) in the Fatehabad district of Haryana commenced on Saturday.

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Shenhua Profit Rises To 5-year High As China Curbs Boost Coal

Shenhua Profit Rises To 5-year High As China Curbs Boost Coal

China Shenhua Energy Co., the country’s biggest coal miner, said profit jumped to the highest level since 2012 as robust demand and government efforts to rein in overcapacity helped bolster prices.

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Decling Power Tariff And Its Implications

Decling Power Tariff And Its Implications

Over the past few years, the Indian power sector has witnessed some transformational changes that are set to alter the very structure of the power industry in the times to come.

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Prime Minister Modi To Brainstorm On New India-2022 With PSU Chiefs

Prime Minister Modi To Brainstorm On New India-2022 With PSU Chiefs

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair a meeting of heads of top state-run enterprises next month to chalk out a strategy for the functioning and role of CPSEs to realise the vision of a 'new India', officials said.

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Hiranandani Family To Invest Rs3,500 Crore In Oil And Gas Business

Hiranandani Family To Invest Rs3,500 Crore In Oil And Gas Business

Niranjan Hiranandani’s family is investing around Rs3,500 crore to build liquified natural gas (LNG) terminals in Maharashtra and West Bengal, in a diversification for the Mumbai developer who built the iconic 250-acre Hiranandani Gardens township in suburban Powai.

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Oil Refiners Seek Govt Policy To Move More Cargo On Foreign Ships

Local fleet owners are resisting a move by state-run oil refiners seeking government approval allowing them to buy as much as 35 per cent of their annual crude imports on a cost, insurance and freight (cif) basis.

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Lateral buying swells FY18 oil capex to $1.11 trillion till February

Lateral buying swells FY18 oil capex to $1.11 trillion till February

Officially, capital spending by the 11 public sector units (PSUs) in the petroleum sector was an impressive Rs 1.11 trillion in the first 11 months of this financial year.

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Good News About Renewables: But The Heat Is Still On To Cut Fossil Fuel Use

Good News About Renewables: But The Heat Is Still On To Cut Fossil Fuel Use

For optimists, it was tempting to view three years of flatlining global carbon emissions, from 2014-16, as the new normal.

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ONGC May Buy Out Gail In OPaL

ONGC May Buy Out Gail In OPaL

State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) may buy out gas utility GAIL India Ltd in its Dahej mega petrochemical project in Gujarat to take full control of the recently commissioned plant.

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MRPL To Come Out With BS6 Diesel By March 2019

MRPL To Come Out With BS6 Diesel By March 2019

Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has said that Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd will come out with BS6 standard diesel by March 2019 and BS6 petrol by December that year.

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Nitin Gadkari Guns For Mantralaya Babus After Key Infra Projects Run Into Hurdles

Nitin Gadkari Guns For Mantralaya Babus After Key Infra Projects Run Into Hurdles

Senior BJP leader and Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari does not leave a single opportunity to take on the state bureaucracy, particularly IAS officers in Mantralaya.

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Triveni Express Engine Derails Near Bareilly Junction; No Casualties Reported

Triveni Express Engine Derails Near Bareilly Junction; No Casualties Reported

The engine of Triveni Expres derailed near Bareilly junction in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday. The train was coming from Singrauli to Bareilly. No one was reported to be injured.

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New Delhi-Asr/city Trains To Remain Cancelled Till Apr 27

New Delhi-Asr/city Trains To Remain Cancelled Till Apr 27

The Railways have announced that the 12459/60 New Delhi-Amritsar-New Delhi and 14681/82 New Delhi-Jalandhar-New Delhi Intercity trains will remain cancelled till April 27.

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Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train To Run Every 20 Minutes In Peak Hours

Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train To Run Every 20 Minutes In Peak Hours

The bullet train that would run at a speed of 320 kmph is expected to travel from Mumbai to Ahmedabad within two hours.

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Dwarka Expressway: 23km Stretch Planned As Elevated Section

Dwarka Expressway: 23km Stretch Planned As Elevated Section

Of the total road length of 29km of the Northern Peripheral Road (NPR), which is crucial to decongesting the Gurgaon and New Delhi and offering hassle-free commute to long-distance travellers, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) plans to make 23km elevated.

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Shatabdi Train Fares May Be Reduced For Short Trips

Shatabdi Train Fares May Be Reduced For Short Trips

Soon, you may have to pay less to travel on a Shatabdi train — but only for a short trip.

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Paradip Port Trust To Raise Capacity To 325 Mmtpa By 2025

Paradip Port Trust To Raise Capacity To 325 Mmtpa By 2025

The Paradip Port Trust today said it plans to raise capacity from the present 277 million metric ton per annum to 325 mmtpa by 2025.

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Steel Companies Bankruptcy To Help Woo MNCs; Help Consolidation

Steel Companies Bankruptcy To Help Woo MNCs; Help Consolidation

Bankruptcy proceedings against many large steel companies may lead to consolidation in the sector and the entry of global players in the alloy segment, says a report.

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Indian Railways Earns Massive Rs 1,000 Crore From Penalties On Ticketless Travellers

Indian Railways Earns Massive Rs 1,000 Crore From Penalties On Ticketless Travellers

Indian Railways earns huge Rs 1,097 crore! Imposing penalties on ticketless travellers has helped the national transporter over Rs 1,000 crore – a sum that could see an increase by the end of this financial year.

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Indian Railways Earns Rs 1,000 Crore In Less Than 1 Year By Penalising Ticketless Travellers

Indian Railways Earns Rs 1,000 Crore In Less Than 1 Year By Penalising Ticketless Travellers

In a period of less than one year, from April 2017 to February 2018, the Indian Railways has earned a 'bonus' income of Rs 1,097 crore from penalties imposed on ticketless travellers, with approximately Rs 200 crore being earned per month.

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Indian Railways' Shatabdi Train Ride On Some Sections May Become Cheaper

Indian Railways' Shatabdi Train Ride On Some Sections May Become Cheaper

Fares in premium Shatabdi trains on sections with low passenger occupancy could be slashed soon as the railways looks to ensure optimum utilisation of resources

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railway stations

Four Railway Stations To Get Makeover

Four railway stations in the state have been included in the list of 90 stations selected by the Indian Railways for giving given an aesthetic makeover showcasing local culture and history.

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