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Firms with <strong>cancelled</strong> mines can bid in auction by paying levy

Firms with cancelled mines can bid in auction by paying levy

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: All firms which had their coal blocks cancelled by the Supreme Court, barring those convicted for offences related to mines allotment, can bid in the e-auction after paying additional levy, says the Ordinance on coal mines.

coal blocks,   cancelled coal mines,   Supreme Court,   Firms with cancelled mines,   mines allotment,   bid in the e-auction,   paying levy,   coal mines,  
<strong>Projects</strong> to supply drinking water through solar pumps in Ganjam

Projects to supply drinking water through solar pumps in Ganjam

22 Oct 2014

Berhampur (Odisha): Drinking water supply to 48 villages having less than 100 population in Ganjam district will be made through solar pumps by the end of this year.

drinking water supply,   drinking water,   solar pumps,   Ganjam,   solar pumps,  
Australia coach Lehmann wins contract <strong>extension</strong>

Australia coach Lehmann wins contract extension

17 Oct 2014

Sydney: Ashes-winning Australian coach Darren Lehmann was Friday handed a one-year contract extension, with senior officials hailing his influence on the team. Since assuming the role from the sacked Mickey Arthur in June last year, Lehmann has steered Australia to seven Test wins out of 13, with two drawn and four lost.

Australian coach Darren Lehmann,   Australian cricket team,  
Javadekar slams Congress for blocking environment related <strong>projects</strong>

Javadekar slams Congress for blocking environment related projects

18 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday slammed the previous UPA regime for allegedly blocking environment related projects and said the Narendra Modi Government gave clearance to several critical and strategic project after coming to power.

Environment minister,   Prakash Javadekar,   Union Minister,   Narendra Modi Government,   BJP,   Comgress,   ,  
8.5 lakh applications; low response due to lock-in period: DDA

8.5 lakh applications; low response due to lock-in period: DDA

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: As many as 8.5 lakh applications have been received by DDA for it flagship 'Housing Scheme 2014', with the housing authority on Sunday attributing the "not-so-overwhelming" response to the five-year lock-in period imposed on the ownership of the flats.

New Delhi,   applications,   DDA,   Housing Scheme 2014,   five-year,   lock-in period,  
HC orders status quo on 109 hectares of <strong>Noida</strong> land

HC orders status quo on 109 hectares of Noida land

17 Oct 2014

Allahabad: The Allahabad High Court ruled that status quo be maintained with regard to 109 hectares of land acquired by the Uttar Pradesh government in Shahberi village of Gautam Buddh Nagar district.

Allahabad High Court,   Status quo,   Noida land,   Uttar Pradesh government,   Shahberi village,   Gautam Buddh Nagar,   Noida village,   Real estate,  
Hudhud effect: 38 trains <strong>cancelled</strong> for 12th October

Hudhud effect: 38 trains cancelled for 12th October

11 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Keeping in mind the safety of passengers, East Coast Railway has decided to cancel the services of 38 trains on October 12 when cyclone 'Hudhud' is expected to hit Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.

Hudhud effect,   38 trains cancelled,   12th October,   cyclone,   cyclonic storm,   natural calamity,   AP,  
Uncertainty looms large over future of <strong>Noida</strong> <strong>extension</strong> residential <strong>projects</strong>

Uncertainty looms large over future of Noida extension residential projects

20 Jul 2011

Allahabad High Court’s move to nullify 600 hectares of land acquisitions in two more villages of Noida Extension has raised doubts over the fate of several high-profile projects in the area.  The HC on Tuesday quashed the land acquisition in Patwari and Dewla villages.

Noida Extension residential projects,   High Court decision on land acquisition in Noida Extension,   housing projects cancelled in Noida Extension,  
Suzlon bags orders worth about Rs 1,200 crore

Suzlon bags orders worth about Rs 1,200 crore

17 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Suzlon Group has bagged contracts for wind power projects having total capacity of 150 MW, estimated to be worth about Rs 1,200 crore.

New Delhi,   Suzlon Group,   contracts,   wind power projects,   ,  
 DDA mulling <strong>housing</strong> construction through private developers

DDA mulling housing construction through private developers

10 Oct 2014

New Delhi: DDA is mulling construction of housing through private developers and building and operation of single-room studio apartments for senior citizens with the participation of such firms in the Rohini area of the national capital.

DDA,   Flats in Delhi,   Infrastructure in Delhi,   Property rates in Delhi,  

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