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Ms Arpita Khanna

Coal is the predominant fuel in India's energy basket. Some 55% of the country's energy needs is met by coal and, this coal-centric energy structure will continue for at least two or three decades more. Thus, affordable and sustainable supply of...

Ms Arpita Khanna

Though mining is a large employment giver, GDP contributor and forex and revenue earner, it is associated with environmental and social costs. The key negatives associated with the industry are land access denial, environmental pollution and...

Ms Arpita Khanna

Access to affordable and sustainable supply of energy is pivotal for the sustained economic development of any country. In the past few years, affordability and reliability of supply from conventional sources of energy, in particular oil and...

Ms Arpita Khanna

India can counter China's export restrictions on strategic metals by strengthening ties with resource-rich nations.

The global metals market is characterised by various dynamics that may affect security of supply of these materials to...

Ms Arpita Khanna

The Indian coal sector is of strategic importance to the Indian economy with coal meeting more than 50% of its energy requirements. The sector is predominately state-controlled with the government of India (GoI) carrying the ultimate...

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