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Former Union Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh today rejected reports in a section of the media that he had a role in granting clearance to the controversial Sterlite copper plant in Tuticorin.
NEW DELHI: Being at the centre of controversy since it was proposed in 1995, the four lakh tonne capacity of smelting plant of Sterlite at Tuticorin was rejected by three states – Gujarat, Goa and
Anti-Sterlite protest: Protesters at the site have cited pollution from the copper plant, including issues relating to disposal of copper waste and effluents from the operational unit, demanding it
Locals in and around the plant have for long been protesting demanding the closure of Vedanta's copper smelter unit on the ground that it allegedly caused pollution, a charge rejected by the compan
In a massive movement similar to the 2017 'Jallikattu Protest', thousands of people in Tamil Nadu's Thoothukudi are unanimously protesting on the streets, demanding the closure of the Sterlite Copp
Adani has been asked to conduct a public hearing before proceeding with the project, which costs Rs 10,000 cr, and the estimated environment protection cost is Rs 900 cr.
Pollution data of 271 industries covering pesticides, pharma produces, pulp and paper, zinc, copper, aluminium, tie-dye, chloride, sugar, distillery, tannery, power, cement, fertilizer, iron and st
Expansion of the Malanjkhand mine, which is the single largest copper deposit of India with nearly 70% of the country's reserves, has already been delayed by about two years
Tuticorin : Sterlite Copper, India’s largest copper producer and part of the $15-billion Vedanta Resources, is all set for major expansion at its Tuticorin plant in Tamil Nadu.
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