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SAIL likely to surrender Rs 35,000 cr Sindri revival project

The steel behemoth has already conveyed problems it faced in land acquisition to the Fertilizers Ministry, sources said. NEW DELHI: State-owned SAIL is likely to exit the Rs 35,000-crore revival project of the Sindri fertiliser plant in Jharkhand due to ... Economic Times, 2 months ago

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CommodityOnline, 1 month ago

Cleaning Up China's Contaminated Soil: Who Pays?

Nearly four years after a massive state-run steel mill on the outskirts of Beijing was closed to help cut smog in the Chinese capital, little has been done to clean up the contaminated site. The factory's idled chimneys dominate a landscape of ...
 Insurance Journal3 days ago The obstacle to treating China's contaminated soil is finding someone to pay  CNBC3 days ago

Can a Nation's Soil Explain Its Economic Fortunes?

Jared Diamond argued, in his 1997 book Guns, Germs, and Steel , that geography is fate. One thread of his theory sought to explain why societies in Eurasia developed more quickly than in the Americas and Africa. Because Eurasia is oriented ...
 Yahoo! Finance3 days ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Spiders fatter in wealthier Sydney suburbs

People are not the only residents living large in the eastern suburbs spiders at Tamarama Beach are fatter and more fertile than their rural counterparts. While studying the ways animals adapt to city life, ecologist Lizzy Lowe discovered golden ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Spiders fatter in wealthier suburbs  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago City spiders are fitter and more fertile  Melbourne Age1 month ago Spiders are fatter in wealthy suburbs  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago
Canberra Times

All smiles for Colgate after $83.2 ...

The toothpaste and detergent aisles of supermarket chains Woolworths and Coles are proving to be fertile ground for Colgate-Palmolive, whose Australian operations have delivered an impressive 15 per cent rise in annual profits to $83.2 million. It ...
 Canberra Times2 weeks ago

Meet to revive closed urea plants

A high-level inter-ministerial meeting was held on Monday to discuss the problems faced in reviving closed fertiliser units. The meeting, chaired by Fertilizer Minister Ananth Kumar and attended by Minister of Steel and Mines Narendra Singh Tomar and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Inter ministerial meet discusses revival of closed urea plants  Business Standard1 month ago

Stocks to watch on Tuesday (AAP)

Stocks of interest on the Australian Securities Exchange on Tuesday: BSL - BLUESCOPE STEEL - down 78 cents, or 12.8 per cent, at $5.32 BlueScope Steel has lifted its underlying profit and expects higher profit margins to provide a further ...
 Yahoo! News Australia3 weeks ago Stocks to watch on Tuesday  WA Today3 weeks ago Stockwatch to August 29  Trading Room3 weeks ago

Nucor bulls clean up as steel makers rally

Nucor traders are up more than 700 percent, the latest of several huge winners detected by our Heat Seeker program in recent sessions. We cited buying in the steel maker's September 56 calls on Friday for $0.21. NUE is up 4.6 percent to $58.18 in ...
 Option Monster2 days ago

Eight core industries grow 2.7 percent in July

Eight core industries such as coal, electricity, crude oil, cement and steel, grew 2.7 percent in July this year, compared to 5.3 percent during the corresponding month of last year, official data showed Thursday. The index of eight core ...
 ProKerala.com2 weeks ago Mining growth lead to modest revival in manufacturing: Anand Rathi  Myiris2 months ago Quick Estimates of Index of Industrial Production and Use-Based Index for the Month of July, 2014 (Base 2004-05=100)  Noodls1 week ago Eight core industries growth jumps to 2.7% in July  MyIris2 weeks ago

A Giant Appears At The Edge Of An African Roadway

They look so strange. Fifty steel columns, most of them 33 feet tall, standing upright in the middle of nowhere, like a gaggle of broken combs. What are they? They are set on a zigzaggy brick pad at the edge of a field about 55 miles from Durban, ...
 Oregon Public Broadcasting2 weeks ago
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