Uttar Pradesh set to be 1 trillion dollar economy
81 projects worth Rs 600 billion, that were a part of 1,045 Memorandums of Understandings (MoU) signed at the Uttar Pradesh Investors’ Summit, will help the state to set up a one trillion dollar economy.
GSPL seeks Centre funds
After State-owned GAIL India Ltd, Gujarat Government has sought Rs.6,600 crore from the Central Government to partly fund two gas pipeline projects of its firm GSPL including one taking the fuel to Jammu and Kashmir.
This article studies Section 9A of Customs Tariff Act, 1975, which deals with anti-dumping duty in the light of Supreme Courts recent judgment in the case of Commissioner of Customs, Bangalore v. M/S. G.M. Exports and Others [Commissioner of Customs, Bangalore v. M/S. G.M. Exports and Others, 2015(10) SCALE 169].
CIL to restart mining of Gare Palma IV/1 block
State-owned CIL, the designated custodian for Gare Palma IV/1 coal mine in Chhattisgarh, has taken steps to restart mining work of the block, Parliament was informed.
GAS or Reality
The recent positive developments have raised the hopes of revival of natural gas-based power sector in the country, where many plants were either closed or operating at lower than optimal levels.
SC ends hearings in K-G basin arbitration
The Supreme Court asked Reliance Industries and the Central Government to give their respective list of names for an umpire if their dispute over the pricing of KG-D6 natural gas goes for arbitration.
State governments need to focus on supplying quality power
Our sector is one where you have long gestation periods and one can´t see results overnight. The last year has been a mixed bag; as they say, ´you win some, you lose some!´ Clearly, there have been positive initiatives from the new government, such as improvement in coal production, efforts to partially mitigate the problem of stranded gas-based generation, proposed changes in the Electricity Act, etc.