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PFC may fund GVK, Videocon's coal mine acquisitions overseas

State-run Power Finance Corporation (PFC) today said it is in talks with GVK and Videocon to fund th...

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R-Power gets $80-mn export financing nod from US Exim Bank
US Exim Bank has approved a $80.32 mn direct loan for Anil Ambani-led Reliance Group firm.

Oil firms cut jet fuel price by Rs 169.3

The price of aviation turbine fuel (ATF), or jet fuel, in Delhi was reduced by Rs 169.3 per kl.

The Children’s Investment Fund warns legal action; Coal min says CIL decides for itself

The CIL is already in a dilemma on how to execute the FSAs with the power utilities

To Russia via Iran: India bets on ambitious route

“This is also being touted as a way to pay for the oil we import from Iran,” an official said

Kashmiri farmer develops 'singing lantern'

The 48-year-old farmer claims that the 'singing lantern' has saved his life many times.
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FinMin rejects oil ministry proposal, says no ‘double benefits’ for explorers
India's next offer of oil and gas blocks for exploration has run into rough weather.
Faced with freak dust storm, fragile transmission towers collapse like ninepins
30 transmission towers either collapsed or were severely damaged after Friday’s freak dust storm.
Power crunch in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh: A test for PM Narendra Modi
Can Narendra Modi, in power for less than a week, live up to reputation for providing reliable servi...
Power demand peaks in Delhi as mercury soars
Temperature was above normal in Delhi on Thursday with the mercury soaring to 43.7 degree Celsius.
No relief: Narendra Modi not to stop diesel price hikes
Monthly diesel price hikes are likely to continue as Narendra Modi govt is keen to cut subsidy bill.
Tarapur Atomic Power Station generated 28 pct of India's atomic power in 2013-14
The total nuclear power generated in the country in the year under review was 35,333 MUs.
Reliance Industries changes contracts, price to rise 10% over new rate of $8.3
In the new GSPA, Reliance Industries has proposed to charge government-fixed rate for natural gas...
Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries, not partners, to get revised price for gas
Proposed increase in natural gas prices from early next month would be available only to Reliance In...
Little respite for NTPC as Delhi HC refuses stay on CERC tariff norms
Court lists matter for further hearing on May 19, asks regulator to consider NTPC’s views.
Tata Power, BSES discoms not co-operating on audit, CAG tells High Court
Three Delhi doscoms have not provided the full documents sought for audit, says CAG.
Tata Power jumps 7 pct, Adani Power up 5 pct on CERC order
Market analysts attributed the surge on power stocks as a knee jerk reaction to the Saturday's devel...
Forget discoms, Bawana plant costliest power supplier to Delhi
Arvind Kejriwal seemed to have missed out on costliest source of power supply in Delhi.
Delhi power crisis: Supreme Court agrees to hear Reliance Infra-owned BSES's plea against NTPC 'ultimatum'
NTPC had asked Anil Ambani-owned discoms to cough up dues or face suspension of power supply.
Delhi's power struggle: NTPC threatens cuts to BSES firms from February 11
NTPC Ltd issues notices to the two ADAG group firms distributing electricity in Delhi.
Delhi power crisis: Where has the discoms' money gone, wonders Arvind Kejriwal
Arvind Kejriwal says the truth on the discoms' financial condition will come out in the CAG report.
Discoms trying to blackmail Delhi govt, says Arvind Kejriwal, warns of actions against Tata, Ambani cos
Arvind Kejriwal said Tatas, Ambanis are not the only firms in India that can run Delhi discoms.
After row with Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi discom warns of 8-10 hours of power cuts next week onwards
13 lakh electricity consumers in east, central Delhi could face up to 8-10 hours of load shedding.
Discoms hit back at Arvind Kejriwal, ask AAP to monitor sale
AAP govt has alleged that discoms incurred losses because of 'cheap' sale of surplus electricity.
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