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Coal shortage haunts Congress-ruled Rajasthan, seeks Centre’s intervention against Congress-ruled Chhattisgarh for opening allocated mines

Rajasthan has sought support from the union govt for opening two coal mines in Chhattisgarh allocated to it for power plants

Jharkhand: Mosque collapses due to subsidence of coal mine area at Sijua, angry locals stop mining work

BCCL that undertakes mining in Modidih, where the mosque is situated, had declared the area as dangerous.

Guess who is pushing Rajasthan into power crisis? Not Modi but Baghel

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot wrote to his Chhattisgarh counterpart Bhupesh Baghel about the coal crisis but he has not yet given clearances

China used diesel to generate electricity as there was coal crisis, now there is diesel crisis

China has been using Diesel to generate electricity amidst coal crisis. Now it is facing shortage of diesel and started rationing it

Delhi govt sold 635 MW of power in the day-trade market while crying coal and power shortage in October

Despite crying coal and power shortage, Delhi government sold 635 MW of power in national power exchange on October 20.

Coal crisis: How global media is attacking India to reduce China’s embarrassment

But the blackouts haven’t happened yet. We are on thin ice, but we are getting by. You cannot deny that.

Arvind Kejriwal cries ‘coal shortage’ and ‘power crisis’, two years after completely banning coal-based power plants in Delhi

Contrary to the claims in media reports and by some state governments, the central government has clarified on October 10 that there is no shortage of coal in the country.

China: Power outages impact production, Evergrande fall out, coal crisis may trigger major economic trouble

Nomura’s Chief China Economist Ting Lu cut his forecast for Chinese GDP growth this year as factories shut down to comply with carbon emissions reduction targets.

China: Apple and Tesla halt production amidst energy crisis. Here is what we know so far

Besides the new emission standards, the situation has been further aggravated due to coal supply shortage, and its high prices.

Punjab Railway blockades: Central govt incurs Rs 500 crore loss as protesting farmers continue to block railway lines

Railways unable to resume services in Punjab due to inaction of Punjab government against agitators blocking tracks.

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