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5.7% Q1 growth has generated huge positive sentiment: Modi 1.9.2014 TOI: India
Encouraged by economic growth of 5.7 per cent in the first quarter, 2014-15, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said it has generated a "huge positive ...
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Security and land purchase issues ground NTPC's Jharkhand mines 1.9.2014 ET: Power
Security and land acquisition issues have severely hampered the development of NTPC's coal mines in Jharkhand.
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SC's coal scam verdict today; future tense for 194 blocks 1.9.2014 Rediff: Business
Since the court had earlier questioned distribution of mining rights through the screening committee route, experts say the solution worked out would be weighed on the basis of legality.
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SC to decide upon cancellation of coal blocks allocated between 1993 and 2010 today 1.9.2014 CNN-IBN: India
The Supreme Court on Monday will decide upon the cancellation of the 218 coal blocks that were allocated by the screening committee between 1993 and 2010, a move which it has termed illegal.
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Lead Teams With Ease 1.9.2014 The New Indian Express - Education - http://newindianexpress.com/education/
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CPI Civil Disobedience on Scams from Sept 15 1.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Bid to Mine Sand Foiled 1.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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No End in Sight for Man-Animal Conflict 1.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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HNLC demands interlocutor within 24 days 1.9.2014 Meghalaya Times

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Shillong, Aug 31: The Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) Sunday demanded Meghalaya government to appoint an interlocutor within 24 days to show its seriousness to take the peace talks forward with the outfit.
In a press communiqué issued on Sunday, HNLC Publicity Secretary Saiñkupar Nongtraw said, “The HNLC has put a step forward to initiate peace talks with the government; hence the appointment of an interlocutor is the first and foremost requirement. If the Government of Meghalaya is at all serious to take the peace talks to the first level then it should try to appoint an interlocutor within 24 days of this press communiqué.”

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Fukushima fallout: Resentment grows in nearby Japanese city 1.9.2014 FirstPost: World

IWAKI Japan (Reuters) - Like many of her neighbours, Satomi Inokoshi worries that her gritty hometown is being spoiled by the newcomers and the money that have rolled into Iwaki since the Fukushima nuclear disaster almost three and a half years ago. "Iwaki is changing - and not for the good," said Inokoshi, 55, who echoes a sentiment widely heard in this town of almost 300,000 where the economic boom that followed the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl has brought its own disruption

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Gujarat National Law University to draft two key laws on deep sea mining - Times of India 1.9.2014 Gujarat News
Gujarat National Law University to draft two key laws on deep sea mining Times of India AHMEDABAD: The Union ministry of earth sciences has asked Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) to prepare two draft laws that will lay the guidelines for deep sea mining in the Indian Ocean off India's territorial waters, and in Antarctic Ocean. The ...
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It is premature to see Q1 growth numbers as indicative of sustained recovery 1.9.2014 ET: Opinion
One of the biggest sectors that drive growth in India is services, it is now 25% of the economy, but it has grown only 2.8%.
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CPI wants CBI probe into Orissa land scam 1.9.2014 Asian Age: India

The Communist Party of India (CPI) on Sunday announced that it would launch a week-long state-wide agitation from September 15 seeking a CBI probe into the multi thousand-crore mining and land scams and the refund of money to chit FUND depositors duped by chit fund companies.

Alleging that the Naveen Patnaik government had converted the state into a sanctuary for “plunderers,” the CPI state secretary Dibakar Nayak said the CBI inquiry into land scam and mining scam would unmask the ruling party politicians. He stating that real culprits can be punished only through a thorough probe.

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SC's coal scam verdict today; future tense for 194 blocks 1.9.2014 Top Stories
The court, in its interim order last week, had hinted at formation of a committee to go into allocations on a case-by-case basis
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Forward Bloc to release names of 'land grabbers' in Odisha 1.9.2014 Zee News : States
Demanding CBI investigation into the multi-crore mining and land scams in Odisha, the All India Forward Bloc on Sunday threatened to release names of the influential persons including leaders of the ruling party allegedly involved in the land grabbing soon.
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Captive coal slip adds to DVC agony 31.8.2014 Telegraph: Business
Calcutta, Aug. 31: The shortage of coal sourced from its own mines has aggravated Damodar Valley Corporation's (DVC) troubles at a time the state-run power utility is unable to pay its dues to Coal India on account of under-recovery from the Jharkhand State Electricity Board.
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Lessons from coal crunch: Chance to revamp and revive 31.8.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
A court ruling this week that India's decades-old method of granting coal mining concessions is illegal could herald much-needed reforms in a sector long dogged by the inability of state-run Coal India to raise output fast enough. In declaring scores of coal block allocations made since 1993 unlawful and arbitrary, the Supreme Court has put investments worth billions of dollars at risk. If it goes the next step and cancels the concessions after a further hearing due to start on Monday, India may have to import vast amounts of coal to keep the lights on. In the long run, however, the decision could bring clearer rules to a sector that has failed to provide India with enough power because it has been so hamstrung by confusion and scandals over concessions allegedly handed to government cronies. Coal India has a monopoly over coal that is mined for sale. The scandal, dubbed "Coalgate" by the media, concerns concessions sold to steel, cement and power firms to dig up coal for their own use. The furore ...
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Govt to pay 35% of loan amount of mining dependents 31.8.2014 TOI: Goa
The state government will notify the one-time settlement scheme aimed at providing relief to the dependents of the mining sector on September ...
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Neck deep in debt 31.8.2014 HBL: Investment World
India Inc's debt has been rising at an alarming rate. Yet, it hasn’t translated into productive assets for many. Read about the companies that are sinking and those that are sailing merrily
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India has pledged $100 mn for 'Chabahar port': Afghan envoy 31.8.2014 Zee News : India National
India has earmarked USD 100 million for upgradation of Chabahar port in Iran so as to improve trade with Afghanistan and other Central Asian countries, Afghan envoy to India Shaida Mohammad Abdali has said.
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