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Pralhad Joshi

Coal available for power sector; 434 rail wagons transported per day in Q1: Joshi

Minister for Coal Pralhad Joshi told the Lok Sabha that there is no shortage of coal for the power sector, adding that Railways transported 434 wagons per day in Q1

World Bank helping India plan its coal mine closures in Bokaro: Joshi

The first phase of a project being implemented by the World Bank to help India plan its coal mine closures is underway in Bokaro, said Pralhad Joshi

32 bills indicated by various departments for Monsoon session, 14 ready: Govt

On the listed business for the monsoon session that will start on July 18 and is scheduled to continue till August 12, Pralhad Joshi said

Govt made several policy reforms to make India self-reliant in coal sector: Shah

The present govt has made several policy reforms to make India self-reliant in the coal sector and the world's fastest growing economy, said Amit Shah

In the last eight years, the coal sector has grown exponentially

In the last eight years, domestic coal production has increased by 37.3%, and domestic coal offtake has increased by 43%

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

There would be no power cuts due to coal shortage: Joshi

Coal minister Pralhad Joshi has assured that there would be no power cuts in the country from now onwards due to coal shortage

Power sector’s coal demand to rise to around 1,500 MT by 2040: Joshi

To meet India’s energy demand which is set to double by 2040, thermal coal requirement would go up to around 1,500 MT in the next 18 years, Pralhad Joshi said

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

Explained: Why India’s power crisis might return another summer

Despite correct coal demand projections, sluggish growth in coal production, coupled with rise in global prices, has placed India in the middle of power crisis

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