O Captain, my captain: Virat Kohli recalls the time he was selected for India, says it gave him clarity
Virat Kohli and his mom’s biggest moment.
Indu Jain gets ICSI Lifetime Achievement Award
Union minister of state for finance and corporate affairs Anurag Singh Thakur and former Chief...
Conflict complaint against Rangaswamy, Anshuman Gaekwad rendered 'infructuous'
BCCI ethics officer D K Jain had called Rangaswamy, Gaekwad an...
Coal India to infuse Rs 56,000 crore into 66 projects
The projects are at various stages of implementation and according to a memorandum of understanding signed between Coal India and the ministry of coal over the state-run company’s fiscal 2020 targets, almost 55% of the total capital outlay would be undertaken by South Eastern Coalfields (SECL) which is working on 23 projects.
Coal India may use drones to check illegal mining and pilferage
Coal India (CIL) is planning to use drones to check illegal mining and pilferage. Its exploration arm, Central Mine Planning & Design Institute, recently tied up with Centre for Aerospace Research, Anna University of Chennai, for drone technology.
ET Corporate Excellence Awards 2019: Welcome address by Times Group MD Vineet Jain
The Economic Times Awards for Corporate Excellence are India’s most prestigious corporate awards where the best and brightest get felicitate...
Panel for updating mining law, move to save PSUs from fines
If executed, the proposal could save Coal India alone a contingent liability of nearly Rs 53,331 core, the panel said in its report.
Committee of Secretaries suggests amendment to section defining “illegal mining”
If executed, the proposal could save Coal India alone a contingent liability of nearly Rs 53,331 core, the panel said in its report. ET has seen a copy of the report.
Coal India arm adds 6.6 billion tonnes of coal to proven category
Addition to proven reserves last year was considerably higher than the average rate reported in the last few years the company said in a statement.
Coal India's supplies dip 2.9% in July
For the four-month period ending 31, July 2019, Coal India’s production dipped 1.1% against the previous corresponding period.
Coal India subsidiaries face Rs 53,331 crore penalties for over producing
If Coal India needs to pay the levies, its finances will be critically hit. Its reserves, which stood at Rs 38,000 crore as on April 1, will fall short by Rs 15,000 crore.
The week that was in 10 stocks: YES Bank top Nifty loser; Bajaj Fin hits new high & IRCTC IPO
The 30-share Sensex added around 2.13 per cent, or 808 points, to 38,822.
Times Network expands footprint in Canada via TabletStream
Times Network already has presence in over 100 countries and is an expert curator of segmented and differentiated content across genres.
Times Group CEO Raj Jain delivers welcome address at ET Startup Awards 2019
The 2019 edition of Economic Times Startup Awards (ETSA) have been instituted to celebrate the finest and bravest who risked everything to l...
Coal India to reopen mines to increase output, generate local jobs
Subsidiaries such as Central Coalfields and Bharat Coking Coal are collating data and assessing feasibility.
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