LOWER demand from Chinese steel producers and the monsoon affecting shipments has cut India

- Outgoing JSW CEO calls for one-party government

Ranchi, July 19: Political stability alone can provide a climate conducive to industrialisation. So believes outgoing chief executive officer of JSW Steel Jharkhand Limited R.P. Singh.

Lamenting that undue delays in allotting captive iron ore mines to steel companies were dissuading them from going full throttle on capacity expansion, the Steel Ministry has asked the Mines Ministry to adequately equip the empowered committee to accord prior approval for mineral concessions on behalf of the Central government.

SOUTH Korean steel maker Posco is looking at fresh investment in India even as its proposed steel project in Orissa is yet to see light of day. The company plans to set up a galvanised steel plant in western India with an annual production capacity of 4.5 lakh tonnes to cash in on the opportunity offered by a booming automobile market in the country, a company statement said on Friday.

BHUBANESWAR: Minister for Steel and Mines Raghunath Mohanty today admitted in the Assembly that there is illegal mining of iron and manganese ore in Keonjhar district.

Bokaro, July 5: Leaking carbon monoxide triggered an alarm at Bokaro Steel Limited last evening.

Three workers at blast furnace II of the plant accidentally inhaled the leaking gas and fell unconscious. Naresh Ekka, Nandlal Chauhan and Santosh Goswami were rushed to Bokaro General Hospital.

Beijing: More than half of India

Govt Gives Nod To Acquire 2,000 Acres For Jai Balaji Group

BERHAMPUR: Villagers of Chatrapur region in Ganjam, whose lands were acquired by the State Government for a mega steel plant by Tata Steel in mid 90s, have now demanded their lands back.

Calcutta, June 17: The Jindals have decided to push back their Salboni project as Maoist rage singes the region slated to house Bengal