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  • Thailand Forces Descend on Central Bangkok to Stifle Coup Protests

    Thailand Forces Descend on Central Bangkok to Stifle Coup Protests

    Thailand's military government has readied thousands of troops and police to stop any protests on Sunday against its seizure of power, with shopping malls and some train stations closing in central Bankok areas where protesters may congregate.

  • Neyveli Lignite FY14 output at 266 lakh tonnes exceeds target

    Neyveli Lignite FY14 output at 266 lakh tonnes exceeds target

    The Tamil Nadu-based company operates three opencast lignite mines in Neyveli and one in Rajasthan. It runs power stations with a total installed capacity of 2,740 megawatts.

  • Election Commission sends directive to poll officials to check rigging

    Election Commission sends directive to poll officials to check rigging

    To guard against rigging and use of money power, the Election Commission has issued directives to its officials to mark as "critical" polling stations which saw over 90 per cent turn out and where a particular candidate got more than 75 per cent vote...

  • China loans Pakistan $6.5 billion for nuclear plants

    China loans Pakistan $6.5 billion for nuclear plants

    China has agreed to lend Pakistan $6.5 billion to help build nuclear power stations including a 2,200-megawatt plant in Karachi, as Beijing increases its involvement in the cash-strapped country.

  • Andhra Pradesh: Power stations resume operation as employees call off stir

    Andhra Pradesh: Power stations resume operation as employees call off stir

    Two thermal power stations at Vijayawada and Kadapa went into steam today as power employees in coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions of Andhra Pradesh resumed work after calling off their indefinite strike "temporarily" in view of cyclonic storm Ph...

  • Power outages across Delhi on Monday

    Power outages across Delhi on Monday

    Areas across the Delhi on Monday reeled under outages for up to four hours due to cut in power supply by a number of generating stations and technical snag in the Northern Grid.

  • Reliance Industries, ONGC to get higher revenues on falling rupee: report

    Reliance Industries, ONGC to get higher revenues on falling rupee: report

    ONGC and RIL bill their consumers like fertilizer plants and power stations in dollars. So every time the rupee dips against the dollar, their earnings go up.

  • Government to step up coal quality checks

    Government to step up coal quality checks

    India is calling in specialist monitors to improve the poor quality of coal it is getting for its power stations. Indian utilities complain that poor quality coal reduces the efficiency of power stations, requiring more fuel and an increased need for...

  • Pakistan hit by nationwide blackout

    Pakistan hit by nationwide blackout

    Pakistan was hit by a nationwide blackout for more than two hours after the breakdown of a major plant caused power stations to stop working across the country, officials said on Monday.

  • Several parts of Delhi witness power cuts

    Several parts of Delhi witness power cuts

    Parts of the capital on Tuesday witnessed power cuts owing to shortage of coal that resulted in power generating stations producing less electricity than normal levels.

  • Delhi suffers power cuts due to coal shortage to plants

    Delhi suffers power cuts due to coal shortage to plants

    Several areas in the city faced intermittent load-shedding today following cut in power supply by a number of generating stations due to shortage of coal.

  • US presidential elections: Cold hits storm victims ahead of polls

    US presidential elections: Cold hits storm victims ahead of polls

    Victims of superstorm Sandy on the US East Coast struggled against the cold early on Sunday amid fuel shortages and power outages even as officials fretted about getting voters displaced by the storm to polling stations for Tuesday's presidential ele...

  • Superstorm Sandy leaves 250,000 in Manhattan without power

    Superstorm Sandy leaves 250,000 in Manhattan without power

    A record storm surge after Superstorm Sandy crippled power stations on New York's Manhattan island late on Monday, leaving 250,000 homes without electricity, New York mayor Michael Bloomberg said.

  • Scarce fuel supply affecting 65,000 MW power capacity: report

    Scarce fuel supply affecting 65,000 MW power capacity: report

    Close to 65,000 MW of power generation capacity is held up in the country due to shortage in fuel supply by state-run Coal India, says a report. According to the latest CEA report, as many as 47 power stations suffered scarcity of fuel with stocks th...

  • Herbal oil ads: Govinda tells FDA he was unaware of laws

    Herbal oil ads: Govinda tells FDA he was unaware of laws

    Last month, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had filed 67 complaints at police stations across the state under various sections of the Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable advertisements) Act, 1955. These include complaints against advertise...

  • Coal position at thermal power plants still critical

    Coal position at thermal power plants still critical

    Coal stock position at the thermal power stations in the country continue to be critical with as many as 29 plants receiving less fuel, leaving them with stocks for less than a week.

  • US to propose first carbon limits on power plants

    US to propose first carbon limits on power plants

    The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to propose the long-delayed rules that limit emissions from all new US power stations, which would effectively bar the building of any new coal plants.

  • Karnataka seeks increased coal supply

    Karnataka urged the Centre to step up coal supply from public sector companies to its thermal power stations to help it overcome the power crisis faced by the state.

  • Coal India supplies more coal than committed in December

    Coal India supplies more coal than committed in December

    Coal India Ltd said it has supplied more coal than committed under the Fuel Supply Agreement to power stations this month, till December 20.

  • NTPC to set up 50MW solar power plant in Madhya Pradesh

    NTPC to set up 50MW solar power plant in Madhya Pradesh

    NTPC has kick started the process of setting up five MW and 15 MW solar stations in Orissa, Himachal Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh.

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