Since the coup, more than 100 government officials and political leaders have been detained, along with a large number of protesters and activists
The shortages have stoked fears of potential black-outs in parts of India, where 70 percent of power is generated from coal
Ahead of the rally, police used shipping containers to block major routes to the advertised protest site at the central Lumphini Park where more than 300 protesters had planned to march
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Head of the climate change said, "Combating climate change is also about letting people in developing countries live good lives."
Moody's Investors Service on Friday cut its outlook for the Indian power sector to negative as it expects power demand to drop at least four to five percent in fiscal 2021 due to slowing activity and policy actions amid coronavirus-induced pressure
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday announced Rs 90,000 crore liquidity infusion into cash-strapped discoms, facing demand slump due to the lockdown to contain COVID-19
Industrial production falls record 16.7% in March on poor show by mining, manufacturing, electricity
India's industrial production contracted by a record 16.7 percent in March, on account of the poor show by mining, manufacturing and electricity sectors mainly due to the nationwide lockdown, government data showed on Tuesday
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Wednesday said it has approved a $346 million (around Rs 2,616 crore) loan to the Indian government to provide reliable power connection in rural areas of Maharashtra
IIP grows 4.5% in February, highest in 7 months on higher output in mining, manufacturing and electricity
The country's industrial output grew by 4.5 percent in February, mainly on account of higher output in mining, manufacturing and electricity sector, government data showed on Thursday
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
India's industrial production grew at the fastest pace in six months at 2 percent in January, mainly on account of uptick in mining activity and power generation, official data showed on Thursday
Power Ministry seeks Brazilian investment in fastest-growing Indian energy market; expects consumption to treble
Power Minister RK Singh on Thursday urged Brazilian investors to invest in the Indian energy sector, saying it is the fastest-growing energy market and its consumption will treble in coming days
Narendra Modi's office proposes carbon tax waiver; move to make coal more competitive with solar, wind energy
The PMO has proposed waiving the carbon tax of Rs 400 ($5.61) per tonne that was levied on the production and import of coal
Amid a deepening slowdown in the economy, power demand has stood out, growing almost 7 percent on the back of the world's largest new consumer addition programme that has taken electricity to almost every doorstep
Jindal Steel and Power denies payment defaults, says business as usual; company to announce Q1 results on 14 August
Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL) on Thursday said that it has not defaulted on any payments
The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) stepped in to change the conditions of tenders in order to promote 'Made in India' goods, a top official said.
50 Cent says Power being overlooked by Emmys is racial: People running these are not necessarily cool
After 50 Cent’s comments, Power creator Courtney Kemp — who accompanied him on stage — sarcastically said, “So now, we’ll never get one"