Gujarat moves SC to ensure power plans not disrupted

Gujarat moves SC to ensure power plans not disrupted

The Gujarat government has approached the Supreme Court to prevent consumer groups such as Energy Watchdog and Prayas Energy from influencing decision on resolution proposal of Rs 50,000-crore imported coal-based plants of Tata Power, Adani Power and Essar Power.

Gujarat to seek SC stamp on rescue plan for power plants

Gujarat to seek SC stamp on rescue plan for power plants

The Gujarat government and its discom, Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam, will on Friday seek the Supreme Court’s consent for implementing a plan allowing the Tata, Adani and Essar groups to pass on increased fuel costs of their imported coal-based power station

Asia’s first narrow-gauge line in Gujarat set to broaden

Asia’s first narrow-gauge line in Gujarat set to broaden

India is set to lose Asia’s first narrow-gauge railway line between Dhaboi and Miyagam in Gujarat, operational since the 19th Century. Considering its heritage value, and the fact that it does not add to present railway requirements in any significant way

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