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Coal ministry seeks inclusion of 5 mine pit lakes in Ramsar wetland list

Coal Ministry has approached the environment ministry for the inclusion of five coal mine pit lakes in West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh

India’s power demand jumps by 45,000 MW in a year: RK Singh

India's power demand this year has jumped by a record 40,000-45,000 MW per day as an intense heat wave sweeps through northern parts of the country

Coal India floats maiden tender for coal imports, seeks 2.416 MT for gencos, IPPs

In a first ever, Coal India Limited (CIL) has floated an international competitive bidding e-tender on Wednesday, seeking coal imports of 2.416 MT of coal

Draft Cabinet note issued for listing of 25% shares of CIL subsidiary BCCL

The coal ministry has floated a draft Cabinet note for seeking inter-ministerial views on the proposal to list 25% shares of Coal India subsidiary BCCL

Gadkari writes to Joshi, seeks pension revision for coal sector pensioners

The plight of coal sector pensioners has attracted the attention of Nitin Gadkari, who has written a letter to Coal Minister Pralhad Joshi

Coal Ministry to organise National Mineral Congress in Odisha. Get details here

The Ministry of Coal will be organising National Mineral Congress and field visit to the coal gasification plant of JSPL at Angul, Bhubaneshwar

Coal India spends more than Rs 1,600 cr on CSR in last 3 yrs

State-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) has spent more than Rs 1,600 crore on corporate social responsibility projects in the last three years

Coal India to offer another 110 abandoned coal mines on PPP basis to private sector

Synopsis: Union Minister for Coal Pralhad Joshi said that around 110 more abandoned coal mines will be put forth by Coal India Limited (CIL) on Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis for the private sector

Power sector dues payable to Coal India down by 18% to Rs 12,272.41 crore

Synopsis: The total outstanding dues payable by the power sector to Coal India Ltd (CIL), which had been hovering around Rs 15,000 crore for the past several months, has come down by 18.4 percent to settle at Rs 12,272.41 crore at the end of FY22 (March 2022), government data showed

Govt: MECL will be merged with CMPDIL; CMPDIL to continue to be CIL subsidiary

Synopsis: Days after media reports claimed that the government was planning to merge CMPDIL with MECL, the government has clarified that MECL is to be merged with CMPDIL, not the other way round

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