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Coal mining areas to get cancer centres: Government 3.7.2015 All News-IANS Stories
With the central government setting up cancer centres in coal mining areas, union Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday sought assistance of the Tata Medical Center (TMC) in establishing the medical facilities.
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Coal auctions for power firms soon: Piyush Goyal 3.7.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday said that the coal ministry is coming up with a set of auctions for power companies which doesn't have coal linkages.
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Coal mining areas to get cancer centres: Government 3.7.2015 New Kerala: West Bengal
Kolkata, July 3 : With the central government setting up cancer centres in coal mining areas, union Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday sought assistance of the Tata Medical Center (TMC) in establishing the medical facilities.
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Coal auctions for power firms soon: Piyush Goyal 3.7.2015 New Kerala: Business India
Kolkata, July 3 : Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday said that the coal ministry is coming up with a set of auctions for power companies which doesn't have coal linkages.
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Govt notifies rules for asset valuation under black money law 3.7.2015 HBL: Home
The Government has notified the rules for calculating overseas income and assets under the stringent foreign black money law that came into force on July 1. The value of the overseas ass...
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Separate windows to be created for coal auction 3.7.2015 HBL: Home
The Coal Ministry will create two separate windows for the auction of 10 mt linkages to power sector. Linkages of 5 mt will be allotted for each window for having PPAs and not having PPAs. PSU ele...
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Shri Piyush Goyal Inaugurates “Premashraya”, A Home for Cancer Patients built with Coal India CSR Initiative in Kolkata 3.7.2015 Govt of india: PIB
Shri Piyush Goyal, the Minister of State (IC), Coal, Power, New & Renewable Energy, inaugurated “Premashraya” a home for Cancer patients and their relatives of Tata Medical Center, at Rajarhat , Newtown in Kolkata today.
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Coal mining areas to get cancer centres: Government 3.7.2015 deccanherald.com
With the central government setting up cancer centres in coal mining areas, union Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday sought assistance of the Tata Medical Center (TMC) in establishing the medical facilities. "I invite and request Mammen Chandy (TMC Kolkata director) and other colleagues, trustees of the hospital to consider helping us in setting up these centres. I invite Chandy to partner with Coal India Limited to help set up these centres," Goyal said here. The minister inaugurated Premashraya -- a residential facility for underprivileged cancer patients at TMC here. Goyal said the centres will come up in Jharkhand, Chhattishgarh, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, and Maharashtra and will be subsequently extended to the western parts of the country. "Certainly, we are not doing any help to the people living in the mining areas... we can at least make sure we dont allow them to suffer the consequences of some of what is possible because of large scale mining in these areas," he said. The ...
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Defending Swaraj, Raje: Modi promised us the moon, but effectively encouraged corruption 3.7.2015 FirstPost: Politics

By being silent and allowing his party and cabinet colleagues to justify office-holding leaders such as Sushma Swaraj and Vasundhara Raje by citing legal reasons, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who rode to power on the promise of corruption free governance and socio-economic development, is doing great disservice to his pet cause.

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Sensex up 120 pts, set to end on positive note 3.7.2015 Sify Finance
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Battleship Island – a symbol of Japan's progress or reminder of its dark history? 3.7.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Japan seeks Unesco recognition for Hashima Island, known as Battleship Island, but the bid makes no mention of its history as a site of slave labour

The hardship is still etched on Tomoji Kobata’s face, more than half a century after he left Gunkanjima, a disused undersea coalmine at the centre of another diplomatic tussle between Japan and South Korea over their wartime legacy.

There was the time he nearly fainted during his first, stomach-churning descent into the mineshaft; the coal dust that would fall from his face into his food; and the exhaustion that would consume him when he returned every evening to his tiny flat.

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Sensex up 140 points; Blis GVS Pharma hits 20% upper circuit 3.7.2015 Sify Finance
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'Achche Din' for Indian firms as stalled projects fall by half in a year 3.7.2015 News
Of the total number, coal received the lion's share in Q4FY15 with 14 clearances
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Derailed projects throw railways off track 3.7.2015 Rediff: Business
The sector is witnessing weak tendering.
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CARE ratings for Indian debt instruments-Jul 3 3.7.2015 Sify Finance
Jul 3 (Reuters) - Below are the ratings awarded by Credit Analysis and Research Ltd. (CARE) for local debt instruments as of July 2, 2015. COMPANY INSTRUMENT
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New coal supply policy may force inefficient power units to switch off 3.7.2015 ET: Power
The proposed policy envisages supplying coal through a tariff-based bidding system where the power producing units with the lowest tariff will win.
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Power research unit given 49 ha land on Wardha Road 3.7.2015 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
The city need not lose the branch of Central Power Research Institute (CPRI) as state government has finally given land to it at Wardha Road. A full-fledged thermal research unit of CPRI, having its head office in Bengaluru, used to function near Koradi until 2009 when Mahagenco acquired the land for its Koradi expansion project. Since then, it has been just existing with a skeletal staff in a Mahagenco residential ...
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Coal scam: ED registers 5 fresh cases against firms 3.7.2015 Asian Age: India
In an important development in the coalgate scam probe, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has registered five fresh cases against private firms based in Maharashtra, Jharkh-and, Delhi, Kolkata and Chattisgarh as part of its investigations into the allocation of captive blocks. Sources said, “The ED has register cases on the basis of recent FIRs filed by the CBI against five private firms, including a Maharashtra-based Ayurv-edic medicine manufacturer”. The agency has booked a Delhi-based private firm for the alleged irregularities in the allocation of “Hutar Sector”, Hurilong’ captive coal block in Jhark-hand. The ED has so far registered around 43 cases since September 2012 in its probe into alleged irregularities in allocation of coal blocks between 1993 to 2011. Sources said, “The ED has booked the Maharash-tra-based ayurvedic medicine manufacturer firm for the alleged irregularities in the allocation of Bh-andak (West) captive coal block in Wardha Valley in Maharashtra”. Investigations revealed that ...
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Prince Charles: rewire the global economy to stop climate change 3.7.2015 Guardian: Environment

Heir to the throne calls for end to ‘business as usual’ approach that does nothing to avert catastrophic global warming – and praises Guardian’s climate campaign

Prince Charles has said that “profound changes” to the global economic system are needed in order to avert environmental catastrophe, in an uncompromising speech delivered in front of an audience of senior business leaders and politicians.

The heir to the throne – often criticised for his meddling in political affairs – argued that ending the taxpayer subsidies enjoyed by coal, oil and gas companies could reduce the carbon emissions driving climate change by an estimated 13%.

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Reinstating Narasimha Rao 2.7.2015 DNA: Top News
History has a way of doing justice that is often as unpredictable as it is illuminating. The Modi government is ready with a memorial for late Indian Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao at New Delhi’s Ekta Sthal Samadhi Complex, a common place for erecting memorials for former presidents, Prime Ministers and others, with the approval of the Union Cabinet. Ten years after his demise, Rao has finally got a memorial in his name in the national capital. This move may be aimed at embarrassing the Congress party, but it does justice to the legacy of one of India’s finest Prime Ministers. A party that prays at the altar of the dynasty can never appreciate how far-reaching Rao’s accomplishments were. Ironically, this news comes weeks after the charging of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with corruption and criminal conspiracy for his alleged role in the scandal over the sale of coal fields. Singh has been built up by the Congress party over the years as the real architect of economic reforms in an effort to ...
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