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NTPC Eminent Speaker Series

NTPC Eminent Speaker Series

🕔16:00, 14.May 2019

Shri Anil Swarup, IAS, Former Secretary, Department of School Education and Literacy, Former Secretary, Ministry of Coal, GOI addressed NTPC family as part of its ‘Eminent Speaker Series’ on 13th May 2019. Shri Swarup gave an insightful talk on ‘ Making

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Coal India must keep fuel price low for cheaper power: Secretary

Coal India must keep fuel price low for cheaper power: Secretary

🕔11:31, 26.Jun 2015

Kolkata, June 25  The government wants state miner Coal India Ltd. (CIL) to keep prices of the fuel low for cheaper power tariffs, Coal Secretary Anil Swarup said on Thursday. “The government of India owns majority of shares in Coal

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8 coal mines to be auctioned after 10 in Round 3: Coal secretary

8 coal mines to be auctioned after 10 in Round 3: Coal secretary

🕔12:03, 25.Jun 2015

New Delhi, June 25  The government will put eight more coal mines up for auction after completing the process for 10 mines in the third phase in mid-August, Coal Secretary Anil Swarup said. “After these 10 mines (in August), eight

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States to gain Rs.3.35 lakh crore on coal auctions

States to gain Rs.3.35 lakh crore on coal auctions

🕔11:26, 6.Apr 2015

Kolkata, April 6  Citing the ongoing coal auctions as a “true example of federalism”, union Coal Secretary Anil Swarup on Sunday said the states will be getting a whopping Rs.3.35 lakh crore on account of the coal auctions. “Of the

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The MoS (IC) for Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy, Piyush Goyal launching the Coal Project Monitoring Portal

The MoS (IC) for Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy, Piyush Goyal launching the Coal Project Monitoring Portal

🕔10:46, 27.Mar 2015 Read Full Article
CIL to mine 1,000 million tonnes coal by 2019

CIL to mine 1,000 million tonnes coal by 2019

🕔16:12, 10.Nov 2014

Bhubaneswar, Nov 10  Union Coal Secretary Anil Swarup Monday said the state-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) would mine 1,000 million tonnes of coal by 2019 — doubling its present production of 500 million tonnes. “The CIL has set a target

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