CIL likely to meet targeted output despite heavy rains

CIL likely to meet targeted output despite heavy rains

Coal India (CIL) will manage to step up production to near its targeted level despite floods hitting mining operations, top executives at the company said after analysts raised the concern that there may be an acute shortage because of disruption by heavy rains.

Significant regulatory uncertainty for wind, solar power plants in AP: ICRA

Significant regulatory uncertainty for wind, solar power plants in AP: ICRA

While the quashing of government’s notification by the Andhra Pradesh high court regarding appointment of a committee for negotiating signed power contracts is a positive development, the directions on referring the matter to state electricity regulator leads to continued uncertainty for wind and solar power projects in the state, ratings firm ICRA said.

Goa CM likely to urge Amit Shah to call GoM meet on mining

Goa CM likely to urge Amit Shah to call GoM meet on mining

With no respite in the mining matter despite repeated assurances of restarting the industry in the state by October, chief minister Pramod Sawant is now likely to meet Union home minister Amit Shah on Friday to urge him to convene a meeting of the group of ministers (GoM), which he heads, to resolve the issue.

Showcase India’s nuclear reactors

Showcase India’s nuclear reactors

It is ironic that a decade after the Indo-US nuclear deal that ended India’s nuclear isolation, our indigenous, reliably lowcost nuclear power technology languishes. PM Narendra Modi said, while in New York recently, that while India is not a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG)