Bhubaneswar: Labourers in several mineral rich belts in Odisha are now staring at an uncertain future after being rendered jobless since the closure of mines in their respective regions. The State government had earlier closed down 152 mines based on Shah Commission’s report over illegal mining and now seven more mines have been closed as […]
New Delhi: Naveen Jindal-led JSPL has said it has not violated mining norms in Odisha and will reply to the show cause notice issued by the Environment Ministry, based on the report of Justice MB Shah Commission of Inquiry on illegal mining. The Shah Commission report tabled in Parliament yesterday said that steel and mining […]
The UPA government is unlikely to make public full report of the Shah Commission on illegal mining in Odisha, which has recommended recovering over Rs 59,203 crore from miners in the state for "illegally and without lawful authority" extracting iron ore
The opposition Congress and BJP demanded resignation...
The Centre has told the Supreme Court that the tenure of the Justice Shah Commission, which is looking into illegal mining issue in the country, cannot be extended as it is "unwarranted".
The Supreme Court on Monday directed the Centre to place the Justice Shah Commission's report on illegal mining in Odisha and Jharkhand before it by January 27
Top firms such as SAIL, Tata Steel, Aditya Birla group's Essel Mining and Odisha Mining Corp are among 70 firms that have violated environment and forest laws, the Justice M B Shah Commission on illegal mining in Odisha has held
Operations of top steel and mining companies, including Tata Steel, SAIL, Aditya Birla Group's Essel Mining, JSPL and Sarda Mines, are likely to get affected if a recommendation by the Justice M B Shah Commission to ban mining along the Baitarni river in Odisha is accepted
With the Justice M B Shah Commission of Enquiry indicting both the Odisha government and the Centre for illegal mining in the state, direction was given today to the mines department to use Google Earth software for monitoring
About Rs 60,000 crore should be recovered from miners for illegally mined iron and manganese ores, the high-level Justice M B Shah Commission report on illegal mining in Odisha has said