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Krittivas Mukherjee

Karnataka to resume iron ore mining in July: minister

Apr 24 2012

NEW DELHI Iron ore production by privately owned miners in Karnataka will likely resume in July, Mines Minister Dinsha Patel said on Tuesday, after what will have been a year's hiatus due to a government and judicial crackdown on illegal operations.

INTERVIEW-UPDATE 1-Indian state to resume iron ore mining in July-minister

Apr 24 2012

NEW DELHI, April 24 Iron ore production by privately owned miners in India's Karnataka state will likely resume in July, the country's mines minister said on Tuesday, after what will have been a year's hiatus due to a government and judicial crackdown on illegal operations.

New pacts unlikely to improve India coal supply - power cos

Apr 17 2012

NEW DELHI Coal India's offer to pay a paltry penalty for missing supply obligations will not force the state-run monopoly to ramp up production quickly to meet burgeoning demand in energy-starved India, power producers said on Tuesday.

New pacts unlikely to improve India coal supply-power cos

Apr 17 2012

NEW DELHI, April 17 Coal India's offer to pay a paltry penalty for missing supply obligations will not force the state-run monopoly to ramp up production quickly to meet burgeoning demand in energy-starved India, power producers said on Tuesday.

EU CO2 law could scupper global climate talks

Apr 11 2012

NEW DELHI A European Union law that charges airlines for carbon emissions is "a deal-breaker" for global climate change talks, India's environment minister said, hardening her stance on a scheme that has drawn fierce opposition from non-EU governments.

EU CO2 law could scupper global climate talks

Apr 11 2012

NEW DELHI A European Union law that charges airlines for carbon emissions is "a deal-breaker" for global climate change talks, India's environment minister said, hardening her stance on a scheme that has drawn fierce opposition from non-EU governments.

EU CO2 law could scupper global climate talks

Apr 11 2012

NEW DELHI A European Union law that charges airlines for carbon emissions is "a deal-breaker" for global climate change talks, environment minister Jayanthi Natarajan said, hardening her stance on a scheme that has drawn fierce opposition from non-EU governments.

At least 10 pct supply penalty cost likely for Coal India: sources

Apr 03 2012

NEW DELHI State-backed Coal India may have to pay power companies between 10 and 40 percent of the average cost of 20 percent and more shortfall in supplies under new guaranteed fuel pacts the government is forcing it to sign, ministry sources said.

At least 10 pct supply penalty cost likely for Coal India-sources

Apr 03 2012

NEW DELHI, April 3 State-backed Coal India may have to pay power companies between 10 and 40 percent of the average cost of 20 percent and more shortfall in supplies under new guaranteed fuel pacts the government is forcing it to sign, ministry sou r ces said.

Economic Survey: Govt calls for fiscal consolidation

Mar 15 2012

NEW DELHI The government needs to boost tax revenues and cut expenditure to rein in a burgeoning fiscal deficit and help cool inflation pressures and bolster longer term growth, the government said in a survey on Thursday, a day before the annual budget.

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