A recent report by the UN’s IPCC gives India a “huge” opportunity to develop differently and also stresses on the need to make smooth and viable transition from coal, two professors, who were part of the technical support unit of the IPCC, have said.
It is quite the norm in India to bash public sector enterprises for their lack of drive, vision and imaginative leadership, while showering private sector firms with accolades for these very same qualities. But the recent skeletons tumbling out of the closets of loan defaulters, banks and project financiers from India’s private sector tell us…
Non-executive employees of Coal India Ltd (CIL) and the Singareni Coal Company Ltd (SCCL) will get the maximum festival bonus or performance linked reward of ₹60,500 per head for FY18.
Non-executive employees of Coal India Ltd (CIL) and the Singareni Coal Company Ltd (SCCL) will get the maximum festival bonus or performance linked reward of Rs. 60,500 per head for FY18.
The supply of coal by state-owned CIL to the power sector in the first five months of the ongoing fiscal increased by 12.1 per cent to 196.9 million tonnes (MT).
Public sector undertaking thermal power generators need to strengthen their coal mining arms, according to Minister of State (Independent Charge), R K Singh.
In a bid to tide over coal shortage, the Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (Tangedco) will import a total of 20 lakh tonnes of steam coal between November 2018 and May 2019.
Hindalco Industries, an Aditya Birla Group company, expects rising oil prices, hardening inflation, firming bond yields and widening current account deficit to be the key challenges even as the economy shows signs of recovery.
At least 14 power plants had super critical levels — less than four days — of coal stock as on September 17, while two thermal power plants had critical levels (less than seven days) of stock as on that date, according to the latest data from the Central Electricity Authority.
The Congress on Monday accused the Centre of favouring the Adani Group in different cases of coal and power equipment purchase, and asserted that “privatisation of profits and nationalisation of losses” is the principle behind policy-making in the BJP-ruled government.