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he President, Pranab Mukherjee presented the National Safety Awards (Mines) for the years 2011 & 2012, at a function, in New Delhi

he President, Pranab Mukherjee presented the National Safety Awards (Mines) for the years 2011 & 2012, at a function, in New Delhi

🕔10:05, 21.Mar 2015 Read Full Article
Rajya Sabha to take up mines, coal bills on Friday

Rajya Sabha to take up mines, coal bills on Friday

🕔12:14, 20.Mar 2015

New Delhi, March 20  The Rajya Sabha will take up the mines and minerals bill and the coal mines bill for passage on Friday, Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu said on Thursday after repeated adjournments of the house following

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NLC CMD comissions New 1400 Litre Bucket Wheel Excavators into operation

NLC CMD comissions New 1400 Litre Bucket Wheel Excavators into operation

🕔10:30, 6.Feb 2015

Two Bucket wheel Excavators of 1400 Ltr. capacity were erected and supplied by M/s TAKRAF INDIA LTD., Chennai in  collaboration with M/s TONOVA TAKRAF GmbH, Germany  at a cost of Rs.330.03 Crore  including spares and tools , maintenance cost for

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Role of Private Sector: MAXIMUM PROFIT ONLY GOAL?…

Role of Private Sector: MAXIMUM PROFIT ONLY GOAL?…

🕔12:17, 19.Nov 2014

Role of Private Sector MAXIMUM PROFIT ONLY GOAL? By Dhurjati Mukherjee Most political and economic analysts talk about the need for more privatization for only then can efficiency be brought into the system. But the record of the private sector

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Vedanta to get mines in 3-4 months: Agrawal

Vedanta to get mines in 3-4 months: Agrawal

🕔12:36, 29.Oct 2014

Bhubaneswar, Oct 29  Anil Agrawal, founder and executive chairman of London-listed Vedanta Resources, said the Odisha government has assured him that bauxite mines will be provided within three to four months to feed its one-million-tonne refinery at Lanjigarh in Kalahandi

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NGT upholds coal mining ban, lets mined pile to be carried

NGT upholds coal mining ban, lets mined pile to be carried

🕔10:58, 8.Oct 2014

Shillong, Oct 7  The National Green Tribunal upheld its ban on coal mining in Meghalaya, but relaxed the guidelines for transportation of 6.3 million tonnes of extracted coal by paying royalty in three equal instalments. The green court passed the

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