Quick update: Govt receives 36 applications for three coal mines

Apr 16 2014, 02:44 IST
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SummaryThe government has received 36 applications for the three coal blocks placed for tariff-based bidding recently.

The government has received 36 applications for the three coal blocks placed for tariff-based bidding recently. “So far the coal ministry has received 36 applications from companies like JSPL (Jindal Steel and Power Ltd) and Tata Steel”, a source said, adding that applications for bids are open till May. “The entire process, including evaluation of applications and shortlisting the firms before the coal blocks are allotted, will take at least four months,” the source said.

India, Russia finally sign agreement on Kudankulam 3, 4 units

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Mine institute achieves record drilling in coalfields in FY14

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Shopping mall supply dips 65% in Jan-Mar, Pune lone city to add space

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Adani Power’s generation capacity increases to 8,620 MW

Adani Power has said its overall generation capacity has increased to 8,620 MW, making it the country’s ‘largest private power producer’. The utility recently commissioned

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