In compliance with the Supreme Court directive, power, cement and steel companies holding captive coal-producing blocks have forked out Rs 6,108 crore, at Rs 295 per tonne, towards penalties imposed till now on the mines. While this huge non-tax revenue has ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
Calcutta, Dec. 18: Bengal will lose at least two coal mines, previously used as a bait to attract industry to the state, according to the latest order from the Union coal ministry. The document that gives a list of the blocks to be either ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
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