Sub-group appointed by Forum of Regulators suggests fuel linkage for power generation & a special purpose vehicle to provide clearance to miners

Centre, States agree that illegal sand mining affecting infrastructure development

Say India gets yet another diversified source for uranium supply

Japan and Australia might soon join a clutch of countries that co-operate with India in the civil nuclear sector. “Japan is the leading producer of turbine required for 1,000 Mw capacity.

Congress-NCP government may not launch clusters before poll code of conduct

Nuclear experts bat for quick resolution of Liability issue

Puts Congress-NCP alliance under embarassing situation ahead of Lok Sabha polls

About 23 farmers from the hailstorm and untimely rainfall hit villages in Maharashtra have so far committed suicides. Six each are from the underdeveloped Vidarbha region and Nashik in north Maharashtra, 10 from Aurangabad and one from Sangli.

CERC rules for a higher rate to compensate for the higher cost of imported Indonesian coal, on which Mundra runs

Consumers in five states, including Maharashtra, will have to foot higher electricity bills once the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC)’s order providing relief for Tata Power’s Mundra plant gets implemented.

The number of cases are quite high compared to minerals rich Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and neighboring Gujarat

At a meeting of the coordination-cum-empowered committee on mineral development and regulation held in January, the Centre had expressed serious concerns over the high number of illegal mining cases and on the quality of reports submitted by the Maharashtra government in this regard.

Shiv Sena threatens to explore legal course of action against nod

The Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) attached to the Union ministry of environment and forests (MOEF) has accorded conditional environment clearance to Tata Power for converting the latter’s 500-Mw Trombay power plant to operate on coal, in place of low sulphur fuel and heavy stock.