All mines of Coal India Ltd have been re-graded following complaints from consumers, including power sector players, about the slippages in fuel grade, a top official has said.
Gone are the days when a poor man would go down to the river with donkeys to load sand and gravel and then sell it by the roadside to feed his family
Tata Steel has said the focus on infrastructure led growth will not only support the demand growth of steel but will also help achieve world class cost efficiencies.
A new policy that aims to achieve steel making capacity of 300 million tonnes by 2030 with an additional investment of Rs 10 lakh crore got the Cabinet green light today.
Indian energy giant Adani today signed a 74 million dollar landmark deal with Australian steel group Arrium to buy steel for a 400-km rail line for its controversial Carmichael coal mine project
Arguably in a flight of fancy, Vedanta Chairman Anil Agarwal said some time ago that India “will continue to have everything going in its favour to multiply its present primary aluminium capacity of 4.1 million tonnes (mt) several fold in the coming years.”
After nearly 24 hours of record bidding, with 600 bids coming in, the country’s most expensive limestone block in Chhattisgarh finally went to Dalmia (Bharat) Cement.
Coal India may consider revising coal prices this year in case sales volume doesn’t pick up to compensate for the revenue loss arising out of grade revision of its 177 mines.
Around three quarters of our power comes from coal powered plants today and this scenario will not change significantly over the coming decades
The cabinet may clear a proposal on Wednesday to make usage of local steel mandatory for government’s infrastructure projects