Stressing upon the need for timely execution of projects, the government has put Coal India's (CIL) 42 mining projects on its monitoring list, amid ambitious plans for 1 billion tonnes output by 2019. Coal Secretary SK Srivastava, while reviewing the status of the ongoing CIL projects had recently told the CMDs of the company's subsidiaries about the expectation from coal sector and importance of timely implementation of coal mining projects, said a source. "A total of 49 projects each of three million tonnes per annum and above capacity and capital cost of Rs 500 crore and above, including 42 from CIL were included in the monitoring list," the source said. During the meeting, the coal secretary assured the CIL subsidiaries that the Coal Ministry would help them in the issue of clearances.
I wish to start pvc / pp electric wire unit in Delhi. What kind of information I can get if I subscribe for your magazine
Pls invite me all auction in gujarat
we are doing business developing for solar power ,thermal power , customer supporting and we have 45 mw splar power on hand needs investors.....
pls call +910842559230