Even as production in Coal India (CIL) was hit due to heavy rains in Jharkhand, Odisha, Chattisgarh and Maharashtra, the mining behemoth hopes that new railway links, which will enable more evacuation of coal, will make up for the
shortfall that is being estimated by the fiscal end.
For a two months’ lag in production, CIL’s output has been down 5.6% , but with new evacuation system coming up, there are every possibilities to make up this short fall with production already picking up from the beginning of October. Read More
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