An unprecedented ongoing strike resulting in the closure of as many as nine coal mines in Talcher Coalfields over 11 days threatens to cause major power crisis across several states.
The 3000Mw NTPC-Kaniha power plant, the second-largest power station in India, has shut four units of 500 Mw each and several other power plants in critical condition.
Shockingly, despite several appeals almost on a daily basis both by the Mahanadi Coalfield Ltd and NTPC, neither the Odisha government nor the centre has initiated steps to resolve the crisis caused by a strike first by the BJP Read More
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