Report of Committee appointed by the National Green Tribunal in Sanjay Chauhan Vs CCL & Others (Original Application 39/2020/EZ) vide order June 22, 2020.

The matter related to investigation into environmental violations by Central Coalfields Ltd in Piparwar open cast project (OCP).

Order of the National Green Tribunl in the matter of Residents of Pichhari Panchayat, District Bokaro Vs State of Jharkhand dated 17/09/2019 encroachment and pollution of Damodar River by Management of Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) at District Bokaro, Jharkhand. It was also alleged that illegal mining was taking place and several trees have been cut which has resulted in diversion of the river.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of In Re: T. N. Godavarman Thirumulpad Vs Union of India & Others dated 21/08/2018 regarding mining operations in Piparwar Open Cast Project, Jharkhand. This is an application moved by the Central Coalfields Ltd. in which it is prayed that the applicant may be permitted to continue the mining operations in the broken up area. It is further prayed that the Ministry of Environment and Forests should consider and grant the application for grant of extension of 43.30 ha.

Bokaro: Fire broke out in an illegal mine Maoist-dominated Tungri Upar area of Gomia block following land subsidence, measuring 2,500 sqm.

The coal mining proposals belonged to south eastern coalfields, Madhya Pradesh, eastern coalfields in Godda district, Jharkhand and to central coalfields in Bokaro.

Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of S.J. Coke Industries Pvt. Ltd. Vs Central Coalfields Ltd. dated 08/04/2015 regarding sale and distribution of coal by
electronic auction (e-auction).

NEW DELHI: The Coal Ministry has asked Central Coalfields Ltd, a CIL subsidiary, to provide details of its 14 projects that are awaiting clearances, including those pertaining to environment and fo

Ranchi, July 25: Jharkhand High Court today issued notices to Monnet Ispat, Punjab State Power Corporation and Damodar Valley Corporation for polluting River Damodar.

Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) which acquired Miniratna in 2007 from Jharkhand in 2007, has decided to spend 90 per cent of its allocated funds from Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on drink

In an unusual turn to the process of land acquisition for industrial projects, Latehar district’s Jala village has split along caste lines, with one group demanding that the Gram Sabha be convened a second time to overturn an earlier rejection of a mining project. On the other hand, a group of villagers opposing the project claim that the Tritiya Sammelan Prastuti Committee, a Left Wing Extremist group, is in favour of mining and has even threatened to kill one of them if he does not relent.