It will soon be 10 years since Posco India signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Odisha government for setting up a 12-million-tonne steel plant near Paradip. For the project, billed the single largest foreign direct investment (FDI) ... Business Standard India, 1 week ago
It may be the end of the road for Posco in Odisha - Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
Tweet [embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] ASouth Korea-based steel manufacturing corporationhas signaled it may be on the verge of scrapping plans to establish a facility in India capable of producing 12 million tons per year. In a ...Free-i-News, 2 weeks ago
For the past 20 years, local communities across the eastern Indian state of Odisha have engaged in numerous movements to protect their customary lands and forests against industrial and government interests. Several have captured global attention; ...Millennium Post, 1 month ago Odisha Diaries: The Struggle for Community Control over Land, Forests, and Natural Resources AlertNet, 2 months ago
The new mining law, which provides for allotment of mines solely through auctions, may have sounded the death knell for its proposed steel plant Has Parliament passing the Mines and Minerals Development and Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2015, known in short as the MMDR Act, shut the doors on Posco’s mega steel project in Odisha? The amended portions of the MMDR Act provide for allotment of mines solely through auctions rather than the prevailing system of preferential allotment. The South ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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