Coal India will release final merit list based on the consolidated marks obtained by the candidates in the computer-based test (CBT) and personal interview round
Coronavirus Outbreak: NCL invites application from retired staff nurse and lab technicians for 50 vacancies
National Coalfields limited (NCL) has put out a notification for recruitment of retired staff nurse and lab technicians amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic
Govt wants power plants to keep buying coal despite weak demand; electricity consumption slumps 21% in first two weeks of lockdown
Power plants buying coal now is crucial for Coal India, as the state-run company’s production and supply capabilities are at their peak.
Western Coalfields Ltd (WCL), a subsidiary of Coal India, has slashed the coal auction floor price of specific mines by 10 percent, a statement said
100% FDI in coal mining: CIL output likely to be hit as workers' unions call for one-day strike today
Coal India produces around 2 million tonne of coal a day and the state-run miner accounts for over 80% of the country's coal production.
Coal India's 54 mining projects facing delays; environmental, forest clearances cited as major reasons
Five coal mining projects with a sanctioned capital of Rs 989.43 crore were completed during 2018-19
The government is examining a proposal to list profit-making subsidiaries of state-owned Coal India Ltd in a bid to raise funds, sources privy to the development said
SC directs Meghalaya govt to deposit Rs 100 cr with CPCB for causing environmental degradation by 'illegal, unregulated' coal mining
Environmental degradation by illegal and unregulated coal mining has taken place in Meghalaya, the Supreme Court held Wednesday and directed the state to deposit Rs 100 crore with the Central Pollution Control Board for restoration work. It said however that Meghalaya has very limited sources of revenue and allowed it to transfer Rs 100 crore from the Environment Protection and Restoration Fund. A total of 15 miners were trapped on 13 December last year in an illegal coal mine in East Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya, about 3.7 kilometres deep inside a forest, when water from the nearby Lytein river gushed into it.
Meghalaya mine tragedy: Navy sends divers, IAF airlifts pumps as efforts hasten to rescue miners fortnight after incident
The Indian Navy and Indian Air Force joined rescue operation on Friday as authorities face criticism over their lackadaisical attitude towards rescuing the trapped miners in Meghalaya
Coal India offer for sale: Institutional buyers' portion over-subscribed; bids worth over Rs 4,200 cr received
The government also has an option to retain an over-subscription of another six percent stake in the Coal India offer for sale.
Govt to sell 3% stake in Coal India, floor price at Rs 266 a share; disinvestment will fetch exchequer Rs 5,000 cr
The stake sale in Coal India would help the government move forward towards the Rs 80,000 crore disinvestment target in current fiscal.
Coal India to undertake 'challenge' of 700 mn tonne output target for FY'20; to look at changing safety policy
Coal India had envisaged an output of 630 million tonne for the current fiscal, but later revised it to 652 million tonne as an aspirational target.
When coal turned gold: Former CIL chief P Bhattacharya's book traces journey of loss-making PSU, its turnaround
In "When Coal Turned Gold: The Making of a Maharatna Company", Bhattacharyya, the then chairman of Coal India Ltd who spearheaded the initial public offering (IPO) in 2010, comes live with a first-hand account of what caused such resounding success.
Anil Agarwal says Vedanta, Anglo American could join hands to mine coal in India; billionaire optimistic about Tuticorin smelter
Vedanta will reportedly play the role of a "catalyst” if Anglo American decides to set foot on the Indian subcontinent.
Maintaining high growth for a fourth month in a row, industrial production grew in February 2018, from a year-ago. But, February's IIP print was a tad lower than January 2018's growth rate.
Till now, Coal India Ltd had to apply to oil ministry for a licence to extract coal-bed methane (CBM) from its coal blocks
State-owned Coal India accounts for over 80% of domestic coal output and is eyeing one billion tonnes of coal output by FY2019-20.
Coal India's interim dividend to fetch Centre around Rs 8,044 crores, CIL's total payout to be Rs 10,242 crore
The Centre is expected to get around Rs 8,044 crore on account of dividend from Coal India as the miner's board approved payment of interim dividend for the financial year 2017-18 at a rate of Rs 16.50 per share
Inside India’s coal industry, part 1: Transport woes continue to throttle supply as metal, power plants face shortages of the dry fuel
Maintaining a regular supply of coal is becoming difficult for private steel, power, and aluminium producers, as they face shortage of coal due to throttled production in mines and poor transportation facilities
Several workers are feared trapped in a coal mine that collapsed late evening on Thursday in the Lal Matia colliery of Godda district in Jharkhand, reports said.