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Coal Minister

Coal Minister inaugurates Rs 300 crore Angul-Balram rail-link

Commissioning of the first phase, Angul-Balram rail-link, has enhanced the potential of MCL to despatch coal by 10 more rakes daily

Safety top priority in mines, coal PSUs should ensure ample funds for ensuring safety: Joshi

While asserting that safety is top priority, Pralhad Joshi advised all coal companies to ensure that there is no scarcity of funds for ensuring safety

FDI of Rs 119 cr has been made for coal block in Jharkhand: Govt

Foreign direct investment of Rs 119 crore has been made for a coal block in Jharkhand in the current financial year, Joshi informed the Rajya Sabha

India offers policy stability & transparency: Sitharaman

India offers policy stability, transparency and consultative process of governance to incubate investment, says Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

Coal India production rises by 17% in April-October period

CIL has said that its coal production has increased by 17.4% to 351.9 million tonnes (MT) in the April-October period of the ongoing fiscal

Joshi says govt keen to understand industry’s issues on coking coal mine auctions

The government has been making efforts to increase the domestic coking coal output to reduce the country's dependence on imports

WCL awarded ‘Coal Minister’s Award 2021-22’ for sustainability and ERP implementation

Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) has been awarded three ‘Coal Minister’s Award 2021-22’ for exemplary performance in various categories

Pralhad Joshi releases book on Coal India’s contribution to help fight COVID-19

Union Coal Minister Pralhad Joshi on Tuesday released the book titled ‘Coal India Wins Over Covid’ in New Delhi

Energy crisis: Pralhad Joshi says India has 72.50 MT coal available at different sources

Synopsis: Union Minister for Coal Pralhad Joshi said that at present 72.50 Million Tonnes (MT) of coal is available at different sources of Coal India Ltd (CIL), Singareni Colleries Company Ltd (SCCL), coal washeries etc

Demand for coal high but gap between demand, supply can’t be bridged fully: Joshi

Synopsis: In the backdrop of regulated coal supplies to the non-power sector, Union Minister for Coal Pralhad Joshi has said on Wednesday that the demand for coal is higher than the current level of domestic supply and the gap between supply and demand cannot be bridged completely

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