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August 16, 2018
Atal Bihari Vajpayee passed away today at the age of 93. Leaders cutting across the political spectrum mourned the loss of India's former prime minister.

Krishna N. Das
February 17, 2016
The government now plans to auction at least three gold mines in 2016 with billions of dollars worth of estimated reserves, including Kolar in Karnataka that was shut 15 years ago on high costs, Mines Secretary Balvinder Kumar said.

Krishna N. Das
February 5, 2016
The firm plans to build two power units with a total capacity of 1,600 MW and construction could begin by December, a source said, adding there is a meeting scheduled in Jharkhand next week and a deal would be sealed this month.

Krishna N. Das
New Delhi, January 13, 2016
The state-run company's productivity is estimated at one-eighth of its rivals in the United States, and as much as a fifth of its annual output is stolen, costing the company up to $1 billion each year.

Krishna N. Das
January 8, 2016
Anil Swarup, the country's top coal bureaucrat, told Reuters on Friday the government has identified mines it plans to auction, and is now finalising other terms such as eligibility criteria for companies to take part and whether and how to set up revenue sharing.

Krishna N. Das
January 5, 2016
\"This would improve capacity utilization of pellet plants and give necessary boost to (the) sector,\" Steel and Mines Minister Narendra Singh Tomar tweeted.

Rajendra Jadhav and Krishna N DAS
Mumbai/New Delhi, December 4, 2015
Gold monetisation scheme has only attracted about one kilogramme in a month, prompting the government to nudge temples to hand over their treasures.

Krishna N Das
Faridabad, November 20, 2015
Made secretly and given names that sometimes resemble the original, counterfeits account for up to 30% of the $4 billion pesticide market, shows the study.

Krishna N Das
November 9, 2015
\"Coal imports fell 5 per cent in October for the fourth straight monthly decline,\" said coal secretary Anil Swarup.

Krishna N. Das
November 5, 2015
The whitefly attack on the Bt cotton variety in Punjab and Haryana was the first major infestation since India adopted transgenic cotton in 2002. It has stoked worries over the vulnerability of the GM seeds that yield nearly all of the cotton in the world's top producer.

Krishna N Das
New Delhi, November 4, 2015
\"SunEdison won the auction for a 500 megawatt project in Andhra Pradesh, bidding to supply power at Rs 4.63 per kilowatt-hour,\" Upendra Tripathy, new and renewable energy secretary, told Reuters.

Krishna N. Das and Rajendra Jadhav
New Delhi/Mumbai, October 27, 2015
Religious activists have stepped up attacks on the beef industry alleging that cows are being killed and falsely labeled for export as buffalo meat.

Douglas Busvine
New Delhi, October 26, 2015
New Delhi wants to project its soft power and historical ties to Africa, in contrast to China's focus on resource extraction and capital investment that has sparked a backlash in some countries against Beijing's mercantilist expansion.

Krishna N Das and Tommy Wilkes
Magadh, October 6, 2015
India has rejected any absolute cuts, arguing that its per capita emissions are far below the world average and that it needs to emit more as it grows to beat poverty.

Krishna N. Das
New Delhi, September 11, 2015
Government-backed overseas sales of sugar could help mills clear billions of dollars they owe to 50 million cane growers.

Krishna N. Das
New Delhi, September 11, 2015
Nearly two-thirds of India's gold demand comes from rural areas where jewellery is a traditional store of wealth for millions who have no access to the formal banking system.

Krishna N Das
September 8, 2015
The steel makers have been pushing for a safeguard duty instead of an increase in an existing import tax because a safeguard duty would also apply to companies in Japan and South Korea.

Ruma Paul and Krishna N. Das
New Delhi, August 26, 2015
To discourage exports, India has more than doubled the minimum export price on onions while some state governments are rationing subsidised sales.

Krishna N Das
New Delhi, August 25, 2015
Once the world's third-biggest iron ore exporter, India now resorts toimporting the steelmaking ingredient due to a court-led crackdown on illegal mining.

Krishna N. Das
New Delhi, August 20, 2015
Softbank, Foxconn and Bharti Enterprises have already pledged to invest about $20 billion in solar projects in the country.

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