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Balancing Environment With Growth

The West has polluted the world since the industrial revolution in the 18th century and can afford tough green standards. India needs a more holistic balance between industry and the environment. That is the challenge the Modi government must take head-on

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'Gangs Of Wasseypur' Tarnishes Image Of Dhanbad

The coal capital of India, Dhanbad, has suffered major loss of face and it can be seen in the ratings it received either from the government agencies or by the public in general and is now struggling to salvage its image

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Indian Inflation Seen Picking Up In July On Higher Food Prices

Retail inflation rose to 5.90 per cent in July from a year ago, up from 5.77 per cent in the previous month, the poll of nearly 30 economists showed.

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Infrastructure Sector Expands 5.2% In June

Infrastructure sector grew at 5.2 per cent in June, fastest in two months, on the back of double-digit growth in coal and cement sectors

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Solar Powers India

For India, achieving a fine balance between industrial development and clean energy can help it meet the carbon emission targets formulated at last year's Paris conference on climate change

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CAG Picks Holes In Coal Mines Auction By NDA Govt

The CAG has picked holes in the e-auction of coal mines by the NDA government last year saying multiple bids by corporate groups through joint ventures or subsidiaries did not give an assurance that potential level of competition was achieved in the first two tranches

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India's Coal Shift A Double Whammy For Indonesian Exporters

Coal India is opening mines at the rate of one a month and expanding existing ones as the Modi government fast-tracks environmental clearances to double output

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Infra Sector Growth Slips To 5-month Low At 2.8% In May

Infrastructure sectors grew at five-month low rate of 2.8 per cent in May, slipping from a four-year high of 8.5 per cent in previous month, as oil and natural gas output contracted

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Govt Wants States To Buy Local Coal But No Import Curbs Planned

Coal India, the world's largest miner of the fuel, has boosted output at a record pace over the past two years, aided by faster environmental and other clearances under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government

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Renewable Energy To Attract Two-thirds Of Power Plant Investments

Renewable energy sources such as wind and solar will attract two-thirds of all investment in power-generating plants between 2016 and 2040 in spite of persistently cheap coal and gas prices, a new report has found

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Coal Efficiency Drive Risks Ire Of Powerful Unions

Plans by India's coal monopoly to buy billions of dollars of new machinery and outsource work are facing resistance from powerful unions worried about job losses, in a potential blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's promise to bring electricity to all

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Adani Australian Coal Mine Approval Faces Fresh Court Challenge

Environmentalists continue to fight the $10-billion project on numerous fronts and are lobbying banks not to provide loans

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Some Firms Failing Does Not Impact India's Solar Plans: Goyal

India has very large corporations, both domestic and international, which have won contacts in the solar energy field at even more competitive prices than (Sun Edison and Sky Power), added Goyal, who also holds the portfolio of power and coal.

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Adani's Project In Australia Faces Fresh Legal Hurdle

The group of traditional owners of Queensland's Galilee Basin has filed an interlocutory application in the Federal Court of Australia challenging the mining leases

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Adani Wins Queensland Approval For Australian Coal Project

Analysts say Adani will also find it tough to raise financing for the project due to a prolonged downturn in the global coal market

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