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Prakash Javadekar denies link between air pollution and early deaths, but studies suggest otherwise 28.1.2020 Scroll.in
Multiple studies show that air pollution increases chances of infertility, malnutrition and stillbirths.
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Sensex slump by 370 pts 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai, The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) on Friday crashed by 370 points to 32,636.00 following a global selloff after US President Donald Trump imposed USD 60 billion tariffs on Chinese imports. Nifty of National Stocks Exchange (NSE) declined by 11.95 points to 9,996.80.The sensex registered intra day high and low at 32,690.15 and 32,534.83 respectively.The Nifty recorded intra day high and low at 10,012.85 and9,961.30 respectively. The sectoral such as Materials, Energy, FMCG, IT , Bankex andFinance stocks kept the market low. The scrips like Yes Bank, Tata Steel, Bajaj Auto and ICICI Bankdropped the equity market.The losers were Yes Bank by 3.47 pc to Rs 287.90, Tata Steel by3.07 pc to Rs 562.75, Bajaj Auto by 2.80 pc to Rs 2762.50 and AxisBank by 2.76 pc to Rs 504.The gainers were Infosys by 1.17 pc to Rs 1172.40 , M & M by 0.75pc to Rs 735.30 and Coal India by 0.15 pc to Rs ...
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Sensex up by 382.67 pts 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai, The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on Monday registered a massive gain of 383.67 points to 37,054.10, as buying was seen across the board, amid positive Asian Market. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too rose by 140.90 points to 11,176.30. Easing by 53 points on Friday, the day opened on a positive note at 36,741.57, moving up by 70 points. It remained in green the whole session. During the day, it rallied by 435 points to 37,106.19, the day's high, before closing at 37,054.10, surging by 382.67 points from its last close. The Nifty registered day's high and low at 11,180.90 and 11,059.85, respectively. The sectoral indices like Energy, Telecom, Metal, Consumer Durable and Capital Goods pushed the market up. In scrips, Bharti Airtel, Powergrid, Coal India, Reliance Industries and VEDL advanced, while TCS, HCL Tech, NTPC and IndusInd Bank slipped that capped from further gain, the broker informed. The S&P BSE Mid-Cap index gained 1.96 per cent. The S&P BSE Small-Cap ...
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WCL CMD calls on CM Kamal Nath 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Bhopal: Western Coalfields Limited chairman cum managing director Shri Rajiv Ranjan Mishra made a courtsey call on Chief Minister Kamal Nath.  Mishra informed the Chief Minister that in Madhya Pradesh, Minister of Coal, Mr. Piyush Goyal has announced six new quarries.  It was also discussed on the issue of ensuring proper supply of coal to the state’s thermal power plants. On this occasion, Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Director (Personnel) was also present.
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Galloping Petro Prices 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The price of petrol has gone up beyond of Rs 80 per liter and the cost of diesel reached the level Rs 70 per liter. The main objective of Goods and Serves Tax (GST) to built up one market and one price throught the Nation can never be achieved without bringong the petrol, diesel, coal, electricity all under the GST at one rate in the whole country and bring down the prices of all goods. The Government should reduce the cost of petrol and diesel to bring the transportation cost. Under the GST and many tax slabs of many commodities even the food taking in the hotels are covered which has no general use. It is very easy for the Government to reduce transport cost by reducing the Central and State taxes on petrol and diesel. At present the taxes on petrol are Rs 46.73 and on diesel Rs 31.29 per liter. The Governments are not honest towards people. Its one-sided and anti-people. When the prices of petrol and diesel were decontrolled and brought under the market system of going up and down on demand and ...
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Coal Sector Denationalized 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
In the year 1973 Prime Minister Mrs.Indira Gandhi in a well guarded secret move nationalized all the coal mines and now the Prime Minister Mr.Narendra Modi Government after a gap of 44 years denationalized the coal mining to private sector companies with the move monopoly of Central Government undertaking Coal India Limited has ended. So far it had been producing 80 per cent of total coal production of India and rest 20 per cent by private firms on getting allotment of coal block. Recently there had been 2 big scams the Spectrum in Communication sector and another in the allotment of coal blocks to private firm. In Spectrum case the Court has ruled that there is no scandal in it and entire deal was clean and right. It is estimated that the country has coal reserves of 300 billion tonnes. The coal energy is also source of our power energy. India generates 70 per cent of its power production from thermal plants. Presently the country besides its own coal production also importing coal from the Indonesia ...
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Adani bets big on renewable energy 23.1.2020 Rediff: Business
Eyeing to become India's largest player in 2020 Adani Group plans to invest 70 per cent of its capital expenditure in clean energy and energy efficient systems.
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India’s largest power producer wants nitrous oxide emission norms for coal plants relaxed 20.1.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
The current emission limit applicable to most Indian plants is five times higher than that in China.
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CBI books Adani Enterprises for alleged fraud in getting coal supply contract in 2010 17.1.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
The agency said that Adani Enterprises received the contract in violation of tender conditions.
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RBI plans to put weak private lenders under the hammer 17.1.2020 Rediff: Business
The banking regulator is seeking an early exit mechanism for private banks under Prompt Corrective Action.
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What Modi Told the Coal Minister 15.1.2020 Rediff: Business
'The day I took charge, the PM told me you do the following -- stop imports, talk to all stakeholders and involve them to make mining more industry-friendly without affecting the environment.'
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The national policy that governs India’s forests has not been updated since 1988 11.1.2020 Scroll.in
A new National Forest Policy is required to factor in climate change, pollution and forest dwellers’ land rights.
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WCL CMD calls on CM Kamal Nath 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Bhopal: Western Coalfields Limited chairman cum managing director Shri Rajiv Ranjan Mishra made a courtsey call on Chief Minister Kamal Nath.  Mishra informed the Chief Minister that in Madhya Pradesh, Minister of Coal, Mr. Piyush Goyal has announced six new quarries.  It was also discussed on the issue of ensuring proper supply of coal to the state’s thermal power plants. On this occasion, Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Director (Personnel) was also present.
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Coal Sector Denationalized 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
In the year 1973 Prime Minister Mrs.Indira Gandhi in a well guarded secret move nationalized all the coal mines and now the Prime Minister Mr.Narendra Modi Government after a gap of 44 years denationalized the coal mining to private sector companies with the move monopoly of Central Government undertaking Coal India Limited has ended. So far it had been producing 80 per cent of total coal production of India and rest 20 per cent by private firms on getting allotment of coal block. Recently there had been 2 big scams the Spectrum in Communication sector and another in the allotment of coal blocks to private firm. In Spectrum case the Court has ruled that there is no scandal in it and entire deal was clean and right. It is estimated that the country has coal reserves of 300 billion tonnes. The coal energy is also source of our power energy. India generates 70 per cent of its power production from thermal plants. Presently the country besides its own coal production also importing coal from the Indonesia ...
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Sensex up by 382.67 pts 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai, The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on Monday registered a massive gain of 383.67 points to 37,054.10, as buying was seen across the board, amid positive Asian Market. The Nifty of National Stock Exchange (NSE) too rose by 140.90 points to 11,176.30. Easing by 53 points on Friday, the day opened on a positive note at 36,741.57, moving up by 70 points. It remained in green the whole session. During the day, it rallied by 435 points to 37,106.19, the day's high, before closing at 37,054.10, surging by 382.67 points from its last close. The Nifty registered day's high and low at 11,180.90 and 11,059.85, respectively. The sectoral indices like Energy, Telecom, Metal, Consumer Durable and Capital Goods pushed the market up. In scrips, Bharti Airtel, Powergrid, Coal India, Reliance Industries and VEDL advanced, while TCS, HCL Tech, NTPC and IndusInd Bank slipped that capped from further gain, the broker informed. The S&P BSE Mid-Cap index gained 1.96 per cent. The S&P BSE Small-Cap ...
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Galloping Petro Prices 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The price of petrol has gone up beyond of Rs 80 per liter and the cost of diesel reached the level Rs 70 per liter. The main objective of Goods and Serves Tax (GST) to built up one market and one price throught the Nation can never be achieved without bringong the petrol, diesel, coal, electricity all under the GST at one rate in the whole country and bring down the prices of all goods. The Government should reduce the cost of petrol and diesel to bring the transportation cost. Under the GST and many tax slabs of many commodities even the food taking in the hotels are covered which has no general use. It is very easy for the Government to reduce transport cost by reducing the Central and State taxes on petrol and diesel. At present the taxes on petrol are Rs 46.73 and on diesel Rs 31.29 per liter. The Governments are not honest towards people. Its one-sided and anti-people. When the prices of petrol and diesel were decontrolled and brought under the market system of going up and down on demand and ...
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Sensex slump by 370 pts 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Mumbai, The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) on Friday crashed by 370 points to 32,636.00 following a global selloff after US President Donald Trump imposed USD 60 billion tariffs on Chinese imports. Nifty of National Stocks Exchange (NSE) declined by 11.95 points to 9,996.80.The sensex registered intra day high and low at 32,690.15 and 32,534.83 respectively.The Nifty recorded intra day high and low at 10,012.85 and9,961.30 respectively. The sectoral such as Materials, Energy, FMCG, IT , Bankex andFinance stocks kept the market low. The scrips like Yes Bank, Tata Steel, Bajaj Auto and ICICI Bankdropped the equity market.The losers were Yes Bank by 3.47 pc to Rs 287.90, Tata Steel by3.07 pc to Rs 562.75, Bajaj Auto by 2.80 pc to Rs 2762.50 and AxisBank by 2.76 pc to Rs 504.The gainers were Infosys by 1.17 pc to Rs 1172.40 , M & M by 0.75pc to Rs 735.30 and Coal India by 0.15 pc to Rs ...
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Union Cabinet nod to ordinance for removing end-use restrictions in coal mine auctions 9.1.2020 Projects Monitor

In a move to attract investments and strengthen domestic coal production, the Union Cabinet Chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave approval to promulgation of an ordinance to open up coal mining in the country to non-coal companies while removing restrictions on end-use of the fuel. The Cabinet also gave approval for concluding auction of […]

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Govt approves ordinance to amend law to ease auction of coal mines 8.1.2020 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
The government on Wednesday approved an ordinance to amend a law in order to ease rules for auctioning of coal mines and opening it for steel and power sectors. The decision taken by the cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also do away with end-use restrictions of the mining blocks, coal minister Pralhad Joshi said.
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In Odisha, a coal mining project has undone years of tree-conservation efforts in one fell swoop 3.1.2020 Scroll.in
In Talabira village, a green expanse has been replaced by a checkerboard of tree stubs.
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