Held amid a diplomatic row over denial of entry to three Indian athletes from Arunachal Pradesh, the highlight of the evening was the spectacular light show, besides featuring the cultural history of China, and the spirit of Asian unity.
India’s overall coal production has gone up by 47 per cent to 893.08 million tonnes during the last nine years, the Ministry of Coal said in a release Friday.
Coal production of 893.08 MT in 2022-23 was the highest in the country’s history. As per the recently finalised ‘Action Plan for 2023-24’ by the Ministry of Coal, the coal production target for fiscal 2023-24 is 1,012 million tonnes by enhancing overall production, efficiency, sustainability and adopting new technologies.
‘Mission Coking Coal’ was launched by the government in August 2021, to develop a roadmap that would suggest ways to augment the production and utilization of domestic coking coal in India by 2030.