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Nationalise mining, say displaced workers 16.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Nationalise mining, say displaced workers
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Centre plans fund for manufacturing 16.9.2014 Asian Age: Business
Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) under Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday approved a `930 crore scheme to bring competitiveness of domestic capital goods sector at par with global standards. This is seen as first in the series of initiatives under Mr Modi’s vision of ‘Make in India’. The scheme on Enhan-cement of Competitiveness in the Indian capital goods sector will be implemented in the 12th plan period and spill over to the 13th plan period. The gross budgetary support (GBS) from the government for the scheme would be Rs 581.22 crore and the balance Rs 349.74 crore would be contributed by the stakeholder industries. “This is a pilot project, going ahead we plan to expand the project across the country. The total cost to be incurred for implementation of the entire project is around Rs 20,000 crore in coming years,” minister of heavy industries Anant Geete said. The sub sectors of capital goods covered under the scheme are mainly for machine tools, textile machinery, construction and ...
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Steel, mining PSUs donate Rs 15 crore towards J&K relief work 16.9.2014 Zee News : States
Public sector undertakings under the Ministry of Steel and Mines have donated Rs 15 crore to the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF) for rescue and relief operations in flood-ravaged Jammu & Kashmir.
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Goa's mining mess may land up at Supreme Court door again 16.9.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Panaji, Sep 16: The Supreme Court may soon have to adjudicate over the Goa government's questionable efforts to restart the tainted multi-billion rupee iron ore mining sector, which has been plagued by a Rs.35,000 crore scam involving a nexus of politicians
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Goa's mining mess may land up at SC door again 16.9.2014 Zee News : States
The Supreme Court may soon have to adjudicate over the Goa government's questionable efforts to restart the tainted multi-billion rupee iron ore mining sector, which has been plagued by a Rs.35,000 crore scam involving a nexus of politicians and bureaucrats.
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Goa's mining mess may land up at SC door again 16.9.2014 All News-IANS Stories
The Supreme Court may soon have to adjudicate over the Goa government's questionable efforts to restart the tainted multi-billion rupee iron ore mining sector, which has been plagued by a Rs.35,000 crore scam involving a nexus of politicians and ...
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Steel and Mines PSUs donate Rs. 15 crore to PMNRF 16.9.2014 Latest News
The Minister for Mines, Steel, Labour and Employment, Shri Narendra Singh Tomar, today handed over cheques worth Rs. 15 crore for the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund, to the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. This amount has been donated by ...
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How the closing of uranium mine in Jaduguda will impact nuclear power output 16.9.2014 DNA: Mumbai
The closure of Jaduguda mine of Uranium Corporation of India Ltd (UCIL) is set to impact nuclear power generation in the country, an official of the company has said. "The Jaduguda mine is closed since September 7 and it is already seven days shortage of uranium. Nuclear power plants will get affected if the situation perists," UCIL Chairman and Managing Director D Acharya told PTI. Jaduguda's uranium ore supply accounts for 25 per cent of raw-material that fuel 5,000 MW of nuclear power generation of the country. Jaduguda mine is the first uranium mine of the country where mining operations began in 1967. The current capacity is 1,000 tonnes of uranium ore per day. The mine was closed following a Jharkhand government order after the Centre's July 18 directive asking states to clamp down on mines operating under second or third deemed renewals. Achrya said the mine lease had expired long back. "We have appraised the government of the situation and hope the problem will be resolved," he said. Following ...
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Steel and Mines PSUs donate Rs. 15 crore to PMNRF 16.9.2014 Govt of india: PIB
Steel and Mines PSUs donate Rs. 15 crore to PMNRF
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Afghan, Rohingya refugees struggle to find work in Delhi 16.9.2014 Asian Age: Delhi
Mateen at his roadside stall in Bhogal Formerly a journalist, an Afghan refugee in Delhi puts an Afghani roti on a chop board, gingerly places slices of marinated chicken, onion and tomato, and completes an Afghani wrap with French fries and garlic sauce with unpractised hands. Mateen, who fled his country when his journalistic freedom became hostage to the Taliban, owns a roadside fast-food stall, called Kabul Burger, written in Dari script. Mateen, 40, lives with his mother, wife and two children at Bhogal. As if the Taliban threat was not enough, a host of livelihood issues has bedevilled him. His earnings of Rs 5,000-7,000 do not fulfil his family’s basic necessities. Mateen is not a one-off case as most refugees in India have to struggle to earn a livelihood. Hasibullah Sakhizada, who drew the Taliban’s ire as he worked for a US-based mining company in Afghanistan, was refused jobs by Indian restaurants as he neither had an UNHCR-issued I-card and nor requisite experience. “Though I managed to get ...
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Monnet wants Indonesian government to ease mining policies 16.9.2014 DNA: Bangalore
Monnet wants Indonesian government to ease mining policies
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'Make in India' gets Rs 1,000-cr boost 16.9.2014 Rediff: Business
Aim of the project is to boost manufacturing on a sustainable basis and through it, overall economic growth.
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Hutti mines to revive gold hunt 16.9.2014 deccanherald.com
The country's sole producer of primary gold, Hutti Gold Mines Limited (HGML), is pushing for increased gold production in Karnataka. From reopening its existing gold mine to exploring new mines, the company is looking to revive one of its mines in Tumkur and open another in Chitradurga. The reason is that the prevailing gold prices have made the reopening of its gold mines financially more viable. For 12 years since 2002, the Ajjanahalli gold mine in the Sira taluk of Tumkur district was shut down due to financial non-viability of producing the yellow metal. However, HGML has decided to reopen this mine. With an estimated reserve of 1.02 million tonnes of gold ore, the yield should be 2.50 grams per tonne. The company is not in a position to estimate the gold production from this mine. However, the yield would be a fraction of what is being produced by the company in Hutti-Maski mine, which is about 5.62 grams per tonne. The reserve in this main mining area is 9.25 million tonnes. HGML Managing Director ...
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Thiruvanchoor Flays 'Environmental Extremists' 16.9.2014 The New Indian Express - Kerala - http://newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/
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Centre plans fund for manufacturing 16.9.2014 Asian Age: Business
Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) under Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday approved a `930 crore scheme to bring competitiveness of domestic capital goods sector at par with global standards. This is seen as first in the series of initiatives under Mr Modi’s vision of ‘Make in India’. The scheme on Enhan-cement of Competitiveness in the Indian capital goods sector will be implemented in the 12th plan period and spill over to the 13th plan period. The gross budgetary support (GBS) from the government for the scheme would be Rs 581.22 crore and the balance Rs 349.74 crore would be contributed by the stakeholder industries. “This is a pilot project, going ahead we plan to expand the project across the country. The total cost to be incurred for implementation of the entire project is around Rs 20,000 crore in coming years,” minister of heavy industries Anant Geete said. The sub sectors of capital goods covered under the scheme are mainly for machine tools, textile machinery, construction and ...
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Afghan, Rohingya refugees struggle to find work in Delhi 16.9.2014 Asian Age: Delhi
Mateen at his roadside stall in Bhogal Formerly a journalist, an Afghan refugee in Delhi puts an Afghani roti on a chop board, gingerly places slices of marinated chicken, onion and tomato, and completes an Afghani wrap with French fries and garlic sauce with unpractised hands. Mateen, who fled his country when his journalistic freedom became hostage to the Taliban, owns a roadside fast-food stall, called Kabul Burger, written in Dari script. Mateen, 40, lives with his mother, wife and two children at Bhogal. As if the Taliban threat was not enough, a host of livelihood issues has bedevilled him. His earnings of Rs 5,000-7,000 do not fulfil his family’s basic necessities. Mateen is not a one-off case as most refugees in India have to struggle to earn a livelihood. Hasibullah Sakhizada, who drew the Taliban’s ire as he worked for a US-based mining company in Afghanistan, was refused jobs by Indian restaurants as he neither had an UNHCR-issued I-card and nor requisite experience. “Though I managed to get ...
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Maoist bandh grounds buses, private cars 16.9.2014 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Ranchi, Sept. 15: After PLFI rebels observed a bandh yesterday in protest against the recent killings of two persons in police firing in Gumla district, it was the Maoists' turn to show their resentment against the same incident.
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Pay tax, fee via e-cash 16.9.2014 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Ranchi, Sept. 15: Chief minister Hemant Soren today launched the pay online application system, linked to 67 bank branches, to enable people transfer money electronically for taxes and fees related to departments of commercial tax, transport, excise, registration and mining.
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Post mining curbs, India a boon to global iron ore market 16.9.2014 ET: Foreign Trade
"The mine closures all over India, starting from Karnataka, Goa, Odisha and Jharkhand, have created a massive disruption to supply," Poddar said.
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15 coal blocks missed govt list for exemption 16.9.2014 News
Supreme Court had ruled on August 25 the allocation of captive coal mining rights in 194 blocks illegal
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