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Kudremukh mining 3.1.2006 HBL: Opinion
This is with reference to the article, "KIOCL employees keeping their fingers crossed" (Business Line, January 2). It is sad to see KIOCL employees losing their jobs. But the mining activities at the Kudremukh has caused considerable ...
Matter of livelihood 3.1.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Closure of KIOCL may affect MESCOM 3.1.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
It used to pay Rs. 15 crores per month to the power company It used to pay Rs. 15 cr a month to power company
Employees' future bleak as sun sets on KIOCL 2.1.2006 Hindu: Front Page
There is a fear that closure of the mines may encourage naxalism
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KIOCL employees keeping their fingers crossed 2.1.2006 HBL: Corporate
WHAT we did yesterday, shaped today. What we do today, shapes tomorrow," says a board at Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd's (KIOCL) pellet plant at New Mangalore. But the employees at KIOCL's pellet plant and at the mining site at Kudremukh are not ...
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<b>Kudremukh in gloom as mines close down</b> 2.1.2006 Deccan Herald
<b>Kudremukh in gloom as mines close down</b>
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A new lease of life for Bhadra, farmers 2.1.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Mining operations come to an end in Kudremukh
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Employees' future bleak as sun sets on Kudremukh 2.1.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
'Closure of the mines may encourage naxalism'
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Briefly 2.1.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Four huts were destroyed at Shivapura village in Gundlupet taluk on Saturday night. Three persons have been admitted to the Gundlupet government hospital. It is said that an argument between two persons over a trivial issue took a political ...
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<b>No happiness this New Year for KIOCL staff</b> 1.1.2006 Deccan Herald
<b>No happiness this New Year for KIOCL staff</b>
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Sirens to go silent in Kudremukh 1.1.2006 New Indian Express
Sirens to go silent in Kudremukh
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Mining comes to standstill: Employees to observe Black day 1.1.2006 New Indian Express
Mining comes to standstill: Employees to observe Black day
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Now, KIOCL has to take up environment restoration 1.1.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
The company has been asked to make available Rs. 25 crores
`Let mining go on in Kudremukh' 31.12.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
`Governments failed to protect the interest of KIOCL'
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Naturalists too help save Kudremukh 31.12.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
A project for conservation of tigers has been taken up in the region
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SPV for Mangalore SEZ project by Jan 15 30.12.2005 HBL: Industry & Economy
A SPECIAL purpose vehicle (SPV) for the implementation of Mangalore special economic zone (SEZ) project will be formed by January 15. The Karnataka Minister for Finance and Industries, Mr P.G.R. Sindhia, revealed this at a press conference ...
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SEZ: Government to constitute special purpose vehicle 30.12.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
Minister admits to delay in starting economic zone
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Kudremukh to wake up to a new dawn 29.12.2005 Rediff: Columns
India, with its strong courts and tenacious NGOs, is better off than China.
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Closure of mines to hit Kudremukh revenue, profits 28.12.2005 New Kerala: Business India
By Fakir Balaji, Bangalore : The closure of the Kudremukh mines from Dec 31 is expected to hit the top and bottom lines of Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd (KIOCL) in Karnataka in the current fiscal year itself.
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Briefly 28.12.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
The Karnataka Kannada Barahagaarara matthu Prakashakara Sangha has selected the President of the Karnataka Sahitya Academy Gita Nagabhushan and noted publisher K. Ramachandraiah of the Bangalore-based Gita Agencies for its annual (2004) best ...
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