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CIL to produce sand using overburden rocks; operations to begin at 5 plants by next year

CIL intends to produce sand using overburden rocks lying at its various coal mines & the operation of five such sand plants is likely to commence by next year

Aahuti Sawai assumes charge as Director (Personnel) at Eastern Coalfields Limited

Aahuti Sawai has assumed charge as the Director (Personnel) at Eastern Coalfield Limited on Friday as per orders received from CIL and the Ministry of Coal

Coal India CMD Pramod Agrawal visits Ben’s Creek Operations, USA

Coal India Chairman Pramod Agrawal (IAS) visited and examined the Highwall mining equipment & its operation at Ben’s Creek Operations, USA

Coal Ministry takes stock of rehabilitation plan of Jharia and Raniganj

Ministry organised a workshop on the rehabilitation plan of Jharia and Raniganj workshop to expedite the rehabilitation process

Bokaro: IED recovered near Central Coalfields office, diffused

CRPF recovered a powerful 15 kg IED from a minor bridge near Central Coalfields Ltd Khasmahal Pariyojna project office in Bokaro Jharkhand after a inputs received on extremists' probable attack

1 BT production: Coal India to undertake 32 coal mining projects worth Rs 47,300 crore

Scripting a record high, Coal India Limited (CIL) has approved 32 coal mining projects in the current fiscal till January 2021

Coal India ups capex budget by 30% to Rs 13,000 cr for FY’21

Coal India Limited has scaled up its capital expenditure budget by an additional Rs 3,000 crore, revising it to Rs 13,000 crore for the ongoing fiscal

DoPT says, male govt employees too can avail Child Care Leave, but…

Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh briefed media about reforms in child care leave (CCL) policy that DoPT has brought about and clarified on the conditions for availing CCL

Coal India mulls setting up 4 coal gasification projects worth Rs 25,000-cr by 2026

Coal India Limited (CIL) is considering setting up four coal gasification projects worth Rs 25,000 crore by 2026

Coal India identifies 14 first-mile-connectivity projects worth Rs 3,400 crore

Coal India has identified 14 projects involving capital expenditure of more than Rs 3,400 crore under the ‘first mile connectivity’ initiative

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