The Centre has so far transferred the environment clearance (EC) of 19 coal blocks out of approved 29 mines from the earlier allottees to the new successful bidders including JSW Steel, GMR Chhatti

Ambuja Cements and Jaypee Cement emerged winners in the ongoing coal block auctions for the ready-to-produce blocks on Sunday.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vajubhai Arsibhai Dodiya Ors. Vs Gujarat PCB Ors. dated 31/10/2013 on the accident at Gujarat Ambuja Cements Ltd. The applicants submit that on the night of 1st May, 2011, an accident took place in the cement plant due to which poisonous dust and powder spread over the nearby areas. The said accident was so severe that poisonous gas, cement dust had spread over the nearby area and destroyed all the agricultural products grown in the nearby vicinity of the cement company.

With the new Companies Act, 2013, making it mandatory for all the companies with a turnover of Rs 1,000 crore or net profit of Rs 5 crore or more to earmark 2 per cent of their net profit for the p

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vajubhai Arsibhai Dodiya & Ors. Vs Gujarat PCB & Ors. regarding the accident in Gujarat Ambuja Cement Ltd. dated 18/07/2013.

The Supreme Court today directed 10 cement manufacturing companies to pay Rs 630 crore by June 24 as a pre-condition for hearing their appeals against a penalty of Rs 6,300 crore imposed on them fo

The Competition Appellate Tribunal (Compat) has directed cement companies to pay 10 per cent of the penalty of Rs 6,307 crore imposed on them by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) for cartel

The Union ministry of coal has issued deallocation letters for eight coal blocks, giving effect to a recent decision taken by the Inter-Ministerial Group.

The Ministry of Coal has issued de-allocation letters for eight coal blocks following a decision of the Inter-Ministerial Group.

New Delhi Eleven cement makers whom the fair trade regulator CCI has found guilty of adopting anti-competitive practices, on Thursday approached Competition Appellate Tribunal (COMPAT) challenging its July 30 findings.

It issued notices to the Competition Commission of India and listed the matter for next hearing on November 22. The 3-member COMPAT bench, headed by its chairman Justice VS Sirpurkar, however, asked the CCI not to take any coercive action against Shree Cement Ltd against whom penalty of Rs 397.51 crore was imposed by the regulator on July 30.