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Union steel ministry sees no mines closures in Odisha
Business Standard

Govt asks JSPL, Tata Steel, others to get clearances for mines

The government has decided to give firms, including JSPL and Tata Steel, more time to seek clearances from Environment Ministry and furnish proof on the same to Coal Ministry by December 1, failing which their mines would be deallocated. "Accordingly, you are ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
Sarada Mines closure to hit JSPL's steel, pellet operations Business Standard India, 1 week ago
IMG gives JSPL, Tata Steel, others 8-9 months to get green nod The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago

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Govt receives 36 applications for 3 coal mines

T "So far the Coal Ministry has received 36 applications from companies like JSPL and Tata Steel," a source said, adding that the bids are invited by the government till May. "The entire process, including evaluation of applications and ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 week ago Government receives 36 applications for 3 coal mines  Economic Times1 week ago Govt receives 36 applications for three coal mines  Livemint.com1 week ago
Business Standard

Ministry requests FinMin to withdraw 5% export duty on pellets

The Ministry of Mines on Wednesday requested the Finance Ministry to scrap 5% export duty imposed on iron ore pellets stating that the move would not just hamper the pellet industry but would also affect other dependent segments like ports and railways. In ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Mines Min examining 5 pc export duty on iron ore  Economic Times1 month ago Mines Min examining 5% export duty on iron ore pellets  Business Standard1 month ago Withdraw export duty on iron ore pellets: Ministry  The Hindu1 month ago

NALCO inks pact with ministry for higher production, sales

National Aluminium Company Limited (NALCO) has signed an MoU with Union Ministry of Mines regarding financial and non-financial targets for 2014-15. The MoU was signed between Anup K Pujari, Secretary, Ministry of Mines and Ansuman Das, CMD, NALCO, in New ...
 Business Line4 weeks ago NALCO inks MoU with Ministry for Higher Production & Sales  Business Standard4 weeks ago
Business Standard

OMC expects final forest clearance for Daitari mines by April 2014

Sadananda MohapatraOdisha Mining Corporation (OMC) is expecting that the Union MInistry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) would grant the final forest clearance for its largest iron ore mine Daitari by end of March or in first week of April, enabling ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Govt gives forest clearance for 12 coal mines in past 2 months  Business Standard2 months ago

Coal India asked to stop mining at 6 major blocks

Coal India has been forced to stop operations at these mines as the environment ministry has not taken a decision on their expansion for about a year. NEW DELHI: State-run Coal India has been forced to stop mining at several blocks including six big mines ...
 Economic Times1 month ago India to auction three coal blocks first since Coalgate  Hindustan Times1 month ago India to auction three coal blocks; first since Coalgate  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Sans rail link, Coal India has blocks lying idle  DNA1 month ago

Shri Dinsha J. Patel Confers National Geoscience Awards-2012

The Union Minister for Mines, Shri  Dinsha J. Patel, conferred the National Geoscience Awards-2012 to outstanding Geoscientists at a function organized by the Ministry of Mines here today. The awards are given for outstanding contribution in the fields of ...
 PIB1 month ago
Business Standard

CoalMin asks SteelMin, CIL, others to locate files for CBI

The Coal Ministry has asked the authorities concerned, including Steel Ministry and CIL, to locate files concerning mines' allocation as the CBI has been seeking documents from it, especially the applications made for blocks allotment. "The Ministry of Coal ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Locate files for CBI, Coal Ministry tells authorities  The Hindu2 months ago
Jagran Post

IMG to give some more time to 10 coal mines to seek clearances

“During the meeting next week, the Inter-ministerial Group will seek the current status of stage II forest clearance with regard to the 10 coal blocks and give a certain time period to the companies to obtain clearances," a source close to the ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago 8 coal mine allottees may be asked to get green nod by Nov  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Government deallocates 10 coal blocks  Jagran Post2 months ago IMG for deallocating coal mines of Essar Power, JSPL, others  Deccan Herald2 months ago
Times of India

India rejects call to ban iron ore exports from Odisha

NEW DELHI/BHUBANESWAR, India (Reuters) - The ministry of mines has rejected suggestions by a powerful government panel to ban exports of iron ore and limit output from the Odisha, dispelling fears the country's top producer faced curbs similar to those ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Govt rejects call to ban iron ore exports from Odisha  Times of India2 months ago HC rejects petition challenging mining ban in state  Asian Age3 weeks ago
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