Ore consumers say price cut not enough; Pellet capacities are making losses

Output reached 210 mt, mostly on increased production in Odisha and Karnataka. This is 9% higher than 192 mt in 2016-17

The Supreme Court today rejected a plea of an industrial body to do away with the need for depositing 10 per cent of the sale proceeds of minerals in Karnataka with the District Mineral Foundation

The apex court has lifted the five-year-old ceiling from 30 million tonnes to 35 million tonnes for the A and B category mines

The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the Karnataka government to place on record before it an alternative mechanism for e-auction of iron ore extracted from Ballari, Tumakuru and Chitradurga mines

Raipur: Ministry of mines is organizing a two-day national conclave on mines and minerals jointly with Chhattisgarh government in state capital from Monday.

The Supreme Court would decide on the validity of the government’s retrospective levy of additional royalties on miners to fund local development under the Pradhan Mantri Khanij Kshetra Kalyan Yoja

Mines’ e-auction: States told to find out reasons for poor responseThe much-hyped e-auction of non-coal minerals has not yielded the desired response.

The government is unlikely to entertain the mineral sector’s plea to cut export duty on high-grade iron ore to nil from 30% now in the Budget, as it feels that the important steel-making raw materi

There is a science and an art to policymaking. In India, this is confounding and abstract.

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