New Delhi The Supreme Court has directed the Orissa government to recommend the case for grant of iron ore reserves to the central government for the Bhushan Power & Steel’s 2.8 million tonne-integrated steel plant at Lapanga, Orissa.

Setting aside the Orissa High Court judgment that refused to interfere with the state government’s decision asking Bhushan Power & Steel (erstwhile Bhushan) to sign a fresh MoU,

New Delhi A public interest litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking to declare the $8.48-billion Cairn-Vedanta deal as illegal.

A bench headed by Justice HL Dattu is likely to hear the matter on March 2. The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, had on January 24 granted final approval to the deal.

New Delhi The Supreme Court on Thursday cleared decks for the NTPC’s R29,700-crore investment plan by upholding the central utility’s decision to disqualify Ansaldo Caldaie from bidding for the bulk supply of 660 mw super-critical boilers.

The state-owned power generator was unable to award the contract that included 11 supercritical boilers and an equal number of supercritical turbines of 660 mw each, to be built locally, pending the disposal of the matter by the apex court.

New Delhi The Supreme Court on Monday sought reply from a French company on a petition by state-run ONGC alleging that there was no concluded contract for commissioning of pipelines for its D-18 oi

Essar Power (EPL) has moved the Supreme Court seeking to set aside the demand of around R400 crore raised by Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation (GETCO) for transmission and wheeling of electri

New Delhi In a major relief to Sterlite Industries, the Supreme Court on Tuesday stuck to its earlier stay order against the immediate closure of the company’s copper smelting plant at Tuticorin in

New Delhi In a setback to PepsiCo India Holdings, the Supreme Court on Monday upheld the Maharashtra government’s decision to impose higher charges for water used for manufacturing of soft drinks b

The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) to give details about the effluents from the Sterlite Industries’ 400,000-metric tonne copper smelter plant at Tuticorin.

In a relief to the domestic steel industry, the Supreme Court on Friday allowed state-owned NMDC to operate its two mines for production of one million tonne iron ore per month in Karnataka’s Bellary district.

New Delhi The Supreme Court on Monday sought reply from the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) on the Orissa Mining Corporation’s (OMC) plea accusing former environment minister Jairam Rame